Posted 2016/09/28 at 23:24
Yacht Show in Monaco – a perfect chance for a good bargain!
Choosing yachts by photos and description is too boring for you? At the end of September you have a great opportunity to take a look on the biggest, fastest and most gorgeous vessels from all over the world… or to find the buyer if you own a yacht. At this time in the heart of the Europe, in Monaco, the legendary yacht show takes place. Read more →
Posted 2016/09/19 at 18:45
Years ago, we thought of a triple-engine installation as luxurious and expensive with space-age engineering. We surmised who would purchase such a machine? But times have changed and many boaters are no longer satisfied with the midrange flying-bridge cruise that is merely 40 feet long with six berths, and a small third cabin. We now want something unusual and remarkable like the Pearl 65 – fitted with three engines on pod drives.
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Posted 2016/09/12 at 22:47
Designed by Italian Manufacturer Constantinos K. Constantinou, Absolute yachts, has really been ‘wowing’ the market. Constantinou said that the 60 owes its remarkability to a culmination of hard work and focus. The designs, space, layout, lightning, and construction of the boat are in line with the Italian philosophy of absolute. This design also strives to satisfy the need of the American boater.
Posted 2016/09/07 at 0:23
The Dyna 60 is the first European-inspired motor yacht made by a Taiwanese, yet targets Americans interested in modern-style cruising. It is a sporty cruiser and ideal for social functions due to its spaciousness. The deckhouse contains a full service galley which is on the starboard side; a modern center island with a Corian countertop made with tempered glass.
Posted 2016/09/02 at 1:55
The 60 Cantius stands strikingly tall amongst a fleet of sisterships at a dealership, beating even the 54 Coupe. The headroom is 6 feet 5 inches and the beam is a 15-foot beam which accounts for the enormous size of the saloon. The sunroof is very large at 7 feet length, as well as the fixed glass area and so there’s always enough sunlight to brighten it up during the day; and at night, LED lightning is used to brighten up the ship.