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Southern Wind delivers 34m Satisfaction and other yacht news

We selected for you top 5 yacht stories of the last week at Yacht Harbour.

Southern Wind delivers 34m Satisfaction

Southern Wind

The 34.59-meter sailing yacht from South African shipyard, Southern Wind, has now been delivered as the first hull of the SW105 series. She is now ready for her maiden voyage from Cape Town to the Mediterranean according to the shipyard.

Second 47.6-metre Baglietto T-line in-build

Baglietto T-line

New images of superyacht Project 10228 by the Italian yard Baglietto has been released. Last summer, the steel hull was joined to the aluminium superstructure and the engines were installed at La Spezia facility of Baglietto. The yacht is structurally complete and ready to be painted and is planned to be launched in July.

81.4-metre Palmer Johnson explorer superyacht World found new owner

81.4-metre Palmer Johnson explorer project World

According to the Norwegian news source Sysla, a new owner has been found for the half-completed 81.4-metre Palmer Johnson explorer project World, which has been kept in the Norway for nearly 9 years.

Princess 30M yacht delivered and named Princess Three

Princess Three

Princess Yachts has announced that the 30.45-metre yacht Princess Three has been successfully delivered.  Princess Three features a beam of 7.05 metres and maximum draught of 2.06 metres.

Being hull #6 in Princess 30M series, the yacht has interior design by Princess in-house team, while exterior design and naval architecture by Bernard Olesinski, who has been working with Princess Yachts on numerous previous projects.

Super Marinas: Porto Montenegro’s rise as a yachting destination

Porto Montenegro

In recent quarters, a myriad of marinas have gone through deep restructuring to strengthen their offering and compete for superyachts’ attention. At the core of this pivotal moment for yachting infrastructure, however, stood Porto Montenegro, one of the first, purpose-built superyacht hubs.

The project started when Peter Munk, a Hungarian-born, Canadian businessman purchased a site in Montenegro for €23 million in 2007 with the purpose of building a superyacht marina that would rival mainstream destinations. With backing from LVMH Chairman, Bernard Arnault, Russian oligarch, Oleg Deripaska and Lord Jacob Rothschild, the Barrick Gold founder set out to develop the largest private-sector investment in the country.




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