2 new yachts to explore the planet
Superyacht or explorer-type yacht, here is a new selection of luxurious concepts, both innovative and revolutionary.
The Moonen Navarino
This new 47-metre yacht by Dutch custom builder Moonen Shipyards, was named after an island gateway to the Antarctic, the Navarino. Both elegant and luxurious, it also benefits from "explorer-type" motoryacht attributes. Key features include a strong space-enhancing monocoque structure, innovative stern design and excellent fuel consumption. Introduced at the latest Monaco Yacht Show, it reflects the desire of Moonen to move away from the stereotypical image of yachts as "toys for the boys".
Within the facilities, you will notice immediately its huge main deck, personalised relaxation spaces for long expeditions, a full-beam main lounge with a glass staircase and floor-to-ceiling windows, a low aft bulwark ensuring wide panoramas, watersport toys stored on the foredeck, a comfortable seat in front of the wheelhouse to enjoy views, an owner's suite and four guest cabins.
The ISA 65
This 65-metre yacht is a re-styled evolution of former "Mary Jean II" and "Kolaha" models by Isa Yachts. Designed by Enrico Gobbi, it features a Gross Tonnage of over 1.250 GT, six stateroom arrangement, a convertible cabin, a full beam owner's suite on the main deck and a beach club with two side opening transom doors.
“This stunning 65 metre motoryacht is the second new build contract signed by ISA Yachts in a month. The market reaction shows that we are on the right track and remain focused to keep the momentum going” says Francesco Carbone, General Manager of ISA Yachts. This new yacht will be built at the ISA's shipyard in Ancona (Italy) with delivery scheduled in Spring 2021 to Simon Goldsworthy, the Edmiston office in London introducing the Buyer, an existing and very experienced large yacht owner from Europe.
By La rédaction