Luxury Yachting Industry to Present Practical and Elegant Yacht Designs in 2012

 

This year will see the most significant yacht launch for many companies to date. Latest graceful lines of yachts have already attracted all those interested in the luxury yachting industry however more practical and elegant designs are yet to be seen.

IAG’s pure commitment to building luxury yachts internationally recognized as the world’s icons in superior comfort and luxury brings us a real sensation. The Chinese superyacht builder based in Zhuhai has recently launched its IAG 100 motor yacht Electra. The vessel ensures total reliability and safety since all machinery and equipment on board is ensured by the most prestigious and recognized quality European and American manufacturers.

IAG 100 luxury yacht Electra is designed to accommodate 8 guests that can enjoy great comfort and space in 4 luxurious staterooms. The Electra 100’ measures 30 meters and with a beam of 6.5m features twin MTU M93 main engines that drive a maximum speed of 27 knots as well as economically cruising to a range of 2,000 nautical miles at 10 knots. A shallow 4-foot draft and an optimal seaworthy ocean traveling hull make her suitable for the most challenging conditions.

Luxury Yachting Industry to Present Practical and Elegant Yacht Designs in 2012

Pendennis Yachts based in the UK introduced their new breathtakingly simple and elegant yacht Phantom at the 18th edition of the Monaco Yacht Show (MYS). The 45-meter vessel Phantom is a mixture of superb standards of craftsmanship and the very best in cutting edge design make her a welcoming extravagance for private luxury cruising.

Italian shipyard Cantieri Navali Codecasa has launched a new 49.90m motor yacht Hull C.120. Run by three MTU 16V2000 M94 HP 2600 each @ 2450 RPM engines, the super yacht Hull C.120 by reaches a top speed of 26 knots and comfortably cruises at 18 knots. Her maximum beam is of about 9.20m, with a maximum draft of about 1.72m.

Turkey-based shipyard Egeria Yachts has presented an exemplary performance and extraordinary design flair upon constructing a 58m motor yacht Egeria. Powered by twin 2158hp Mitsubishi engines, super yacht Egeria is able to reach a top speed of 19 knots and comfortably cruises at 16 knots. RINA classed yacht exceeds every person’s expectations.

Motor yacht Project 120 is undergoing construction at a European yard and is expected to be delivered in late 2012. Her exterior and interior are designed by world-renowned studio H2 Yacht Design and her delivery is expected in late 2012.

Luxury Yachting Industry to Present Practical and Elegant Yacht Designs in 2012

London based H2 Yacht Design has created a contemporary interior providing guests with a luxurious large nightclub, fully equipped spa, business center, computer room, games room, gym, private dining room, sushi bar and a full cinema. This stunning and unique interior contributes to her sensual, attractive and luxurious appearance.

Shipbuilding Tribune Staff, January 11, 2012; Image: IAG, h2yachtdesign

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