Superyacht QM of London sold

Edmiston has sold superyacht QM of London, in an inhouse deal. At just under 50 metres QM of London offers 7 cabins with generous interior and exterior space and underwent a full refit in 2013. The interior was designed by Terence Disdale and emanates style and sophistication. Relaxing and neutral creams with touches of vibrant…

Azimut 77S. Innovation for beauty’s sake

Azimut 77S is also extremely functional, light-filled, and spacious. The salon and dining area are an explosion of natural light coming from the large lateral windows, the nearly three-metre wide glazed entry doors, the bow windshield, and most of all from the glazed roof. Azimut 77S is literally full of surprises. The crew area is…

Moran Yacht & Ship has proudly announced the delivery of the 88m (288’) Lürssen Quattroelle.

Image by Klaus Jordan Built under the supervision of Moran Yacht & Ship, Quattroelle (project Bellissimo) was designed by the team at Nuvolari Lenard. The interior, also designed by Nuvolari Lenard, is best described as fresh and contemporary. Quattroelle’s six decks allow for ample interior volume and generous exterior spaces for entertainment and relaxation. Quattroelle…

The CRN Shipyard in Ancona, Italy has announced the launch of the CRN 125 “J’Ade”, a 60 metre steel and aluminium megayacht.

The private launch ceremony was held in a private yacht marina and welcomed the owner, the management, CRN and Ferretti Group staff, who all celebrated the seventh 60m yacht launched since 2005; a particularly significant result for CRN. The installation of the yacht interiors will be completed in the upcoming months and it will be…

The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Eagle departs Naval Submarine Base New London & returns to her home mooring at Fort Trumbull in New London.

USCG Tall Ship Eagle: Photo credit USCG At 295 feet in length, the Eagle, known as “America’s Tall Ship,” is the largest tall ship flying the stars and stripes and the only active square-rigger in U.S. government service.  Constructed in 1936 by the Blohm and Voss Shipyard in Hamburg, Germany, and originally commissioned as the…