ECOmar's system offers captains a flexible solution for dealing with their on-board sewage
Rossinavi's 70-metre Aurea concept designed by Pininfarina
The superyacht was known as Project Ruya up until her launch last week
The superyacht plays a focal part in the evolution of the plot
With exterior and interior styling by Winch Design, Lürssen's 74-metre Aurora has been delivered
Heesen Project Antares update: hull and superstructure joined
The 110-metre High Efficiency Motor Yacht concept from Laurent Giles promises efficiency and performance boost
The 48-metre Andiamo is a development of the Baglietto 46
The 90-metre Project Cosmos has a large glass dome covering the top deck, of a style and scale not seen before in the superyacht industry. “The motivation behind Project Cosmos was to create a yacht where we could be in touch with Nature and enjoy our surroundings yet still be in a totally controlled environment,” says the company. The top deck, known as the Sky Deck on Project Cosmos, is entirely covered by the glass dome, providing a space that can be used in all climates and weather conditions without obstructing the views. ‘This provides an interesting tension between being adventurous and being safe,” says Luiz DeBasto. “The glass dome, while it looks simple, is extremely complex in order to comply with all the regulations.” The glass is UV protected and can be dimmed and colour tinted to suit the scenario. The engineering of the structure was done in-house by Oceanco to determine its feasibility. The glass dome gives the top deck a flexibility that traditional sundecks lack, being very weather dependent. On the inside, the space is open plan and sociable. From the outside, the dome gives the yacht a sleek, aerodynamic look.
Benetti's latest Oli has been created for family cruising
The yacht is for the Dutch yard's first Australian client.
Seven Sins on the water – first look at Sanlorenzo's flagship 52Steel
A pocket explorer in build in Turkey