Johnson 112 flagship goes down the slipway and other yacht news
We selected for you top 5 yacht stories of the last week at Yacht Harbour.
Johnson 112 flagship goes down the slipway
The Taiwanese-based shipyard has launched its largest model to date, 34-meter Johnson 112, at its premises in Kaohsiung. The motor-yacht boasting Dixon Yacht Design profile will be handed over to her American owner in January 2018, once she completes her sea trials.
Dune, hybrid 60-meter supertender in gold
Spanish designer Eugeni Quitllet has revealed a 60-meter luxury tender that is a hybrid between a sail boat and a motor power boat, taking the best of both in efficiency. $70 million is its estimated production cost, implying a generous use of precious materials.
Challenger 55: universal expedition boat unveiled
British naval architecture studio Laurent Giles has opened up about a new explorer concept of 51 meters in length, Challenger 55, which can serve both as a commercial vessel and a research charter yacht thanks to its advanced technical capabilities and onboard amenities.
E-Volution: Perini Navi ventures into hybrid yachts
During yesterday’s conference in Milan, the Italian manufacturer announced its plans to extend the product range with two next-generation projects, a 42-meter S/Y E-Volution and a 25-meter Eco Tender, both combining a diesel engine with an electric motor.
Heesen 56-meter Project Neptune in details and photos
Heesen has released the details of the fully-custom project YN 18556, now that the steel hull and superstructure were joined together at the shipyard’s facility in Oss. The yacht that is rapidly taking shape after the laying the keel in January, was christened Neptune.