Young new design team at NaoYacht presents 76m Eivissa II concept

The new design team at NaoYacht Design and Engineering has released details of its first exciting yacht concept – the 76 metre Eivissa II. The appearance of Eivissa II is distinctive thanks to its “very beautiful shapes and its aggressive lines” said the design studio. [Read more…]

Galati Yachts Announce Sale Of 39.7m Amarula Sun

Launched by Westport in 2011, Amarula Sun is widely regarded in yachting circles, with our team at Superyachts.com having stepped onboard on numerous occasions to witness its triple deck features at close quarters. [Read more…]

Azimut named World’s Leading Yacht Manufacturer

Azimut has taken first place in the Global Order Book 2016 – which ranks the top 20 manufacturers of mega yachts. This is the 16th year that Azimut has been named the world’s leading yacht manufacturer, while beating the rest of the important industry players from Italy, Germany, Britain and America. [Read more…]

Trussardi for Dynamiq: Decor Package for D4 Jetsetter

Megayacht buyers looking for a little more luxury—Italian luxury, at that—take note. Select sofas, carpeting, fabrics, lighting, and more from Trussardi are available for the Dynamiq D4 series. They’re being offered as a collection called Trussardi for Dynamiq. [Read more…]

The ADMIRAL X Force 145 May End Up Being the Most Expensive Mega-Yacht in the World

Designed by Monaco-based studio Dobroserdov Design, the ADMIRAL X Force 145 luxury mega-yacht is a force to be reckoned with, and could just end up being the most expensive yacht in the world. [Read more…]

Superyacht of the Week: ISA Yacht’s sleek 66­­­­ metre OKTO

Rarely do we come across new yachts that push the limits in our industry; true game changers, pioneers, class leaders. This is exactly what ISA Yachts has achieved with their largest build to date, the stunningly sleek 66 metre superyacht Okto. [Read more…]

Interesting features of the Kraken concept

A catamaran concept [Read more…]

FreeStyle Slides: Sun Deck To Salt Water In Under Six Seconds

Each product within the diverse superyacht toy spectrum was created to capture the imaginations of the inner-child within charter guests and owners alike, and no innovation better encapsulates this than the FreeStyle Slide. [Read more…]

Airbus Helicopters: Fly Or Be Flown

Stepping off a helicopter after flying from yacht to shore is, needless to say, the very epitome of sophistication. Helicopter innovators Airbus are nothing short of purveyors in this lifetime aspiration, and know everything about creating the ultimate luxury [Read more…]

The ADMIRAL X Force 145 May End Up Being the Most Expensive Mega-Yacht in the World

Designed by Monaco-based studio Dobroserdov Design, the ADMIRAL X Force 145 luxury mega-yacht is a force to be reckoned with, and could just end up being the most expensive yacht in the world. Once finished, the 145-meter (around 475 feet) vessel will boast crystal chandeliers, marble floors, two pools and helipads, multiple gyms, a garage and two movie theaters. Though ADMIRAL doesn’t list a price, the X Force is expected to top $1 billion once finished.

With a steel hull and aluminum alloy superstructure, the X Force is being built by The Italian Sea Group and looks more like a luxury hotel than it does a yacht. The salon features a chandelier hanging above a round indoor pool with twisting sculptures emerging from within, and nearby is a sitting area with a wrap-around couch.

The master bedroom actually has its own Zen garden, which encircles the bed, and golden skylights that look orb-like from the side. All guest bedrooms have their own seating areas, with many including private balconies, and a full-sized dining room can be found on one of the lower decks.

The ADMIRAL X Force 145 will also include a two-level club spa that doubles as an entertainment area for parties, as well as floor-to-ceiling windows for natural light, a bar and plenty of lounge areas.

The ADMIRAL X Force 145 May End Up Being the Most Expensive Mega-Yacht in the World

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