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  1. German Yachting

    German Yachting Senior Member

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    I’d have to double check this but I thought there was a rendering of the new yacht in the documentary Million Pound Megayachts.
  2. German Yachting

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    See attached for a couple screen grabs. Alternatively, look for Million Pound Megayachts on YouTube and go to the 30 minute mark and watch to about 35 minutes.

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    Here is a video of the newest project. Nice to see a different point of view of the yacht while under construction.
  4. Milow232

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    A&R launched a new 74m project today. Does anybody know more about this one?
    Also the 74 "Ilona" was launched after an extensive refit which saw some changes to the bow giving her a sleek appearance as well as lengthening the stern with a new bathing platform.
  5. German Yachting

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    I haven’t seen pics yet but assume it is the Harrison Eidsgaard design. There was a rendering out there before her launch.
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    She actually has got sub surface windows like those on "Savannah".
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    Yep, those are some massive windows...
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    She's the new Elandess. Hopefully that means we'll see a lot more of her since the owner's two previous yachts were well published.
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    Details of her layout have been released: main deck owners cabin with observation lounge above and 8m by 2.25m pool on the sun deck.

    Interestingly, that layout is very similar to that of Phoenix 2.
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    One of the closest videos I have seen of M/Y "Secret".
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    No interior pics, but the Burgess website has 'Secret" listed for sale
  13. German Yachting

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    €120m Euro. Hopefully we will see some more soon.
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    Yep that is what you call a custom interior! I like how you put it, contemporary and Art Deco melding... and I see what you mean. In fact a couple of the spaces remind me of what was done on "Phoenix2".. and you know that has some big Art Deco influence.
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    On the same page with you. Phoenix's art deco interior was the first thing that came to mind until you see the modern contemporary Carl Springer chairs amongst other contemporary furnishings in a few places. The overheads and intricate relief details had to be incredibly expensive and difficult to produce. No matter what my personal tastes are my hats off to the craftsman who built and installed this interior. Phoenix, Now Avante has retained all of the original interior as launched and its stood the test of time new owner wise.
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    That is definitely quite different than what I would have expected based on her supposed predecessor a 60m Feadship now called Samadhi.
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    There are elements that I like of it but it’s not for everyone. Apostrophe is my favorite of the Art Deco interiors.
  20. German Yachting

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    I’m curious if anyone has any photos or videos of the launch of the limo render she carries. It looks like it has to be launched via the stern but looking at the newly released photos, I don’t see any types of cranes within the stern to launch the 9.9m tender.