The tri-deck, twin-hulled superyacht by Metal Shark Yachts is a cat with very different stripes, boasting four times the range of most yachts its size.
She’ll also be powered by a cutting-edge hybrid propulsion system.
The 147-footer’s tender lets the owners fish the world’s most remote waters, but is unique because it crosses oceans on its own power.
Complete with an open-air cinema and makeshift gallery.
Upon completion, she will likely rank among the top 10 world’s largest superyachts.
Design-wise, the Princess X95 is a rule-breaker. It’s not only open and spacious inside, but also has an explorer hull for long-distance cruising.
Azimut is so confident about the beautiful design of its new Magellano 25 Metri that it hired Gabriele Muccino to make a film about it.
Floating glass floors, sweeping Nautilus windows and aquarium corridors are just the start of the futuristic design behind the Thor Explore.
The 138-ft. RP42 is unlike any other sailboat in its class, with a large covered area in the cockpit designed to host family gatherings.