Asia's leading yachting lifestyle media

Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Search in posts
Search in pages

Yacht Style Issue 55 Out Now: Best New Models for 2020/2021

SHARE

Share on facebook
Share on linkedin

Along with the world’s most exciting new models, Yacht Style’s Sep/Oct issue features Princess, CL Yachts, Lagoon and Fairline yacht reviews, the 107m charter superyacht Lana exclusively with Imperial, profiles of dealers Asia Yachting and Absolute Marine, interviews with Rafa Nadal and Groupe Beneteau CEO Jerome De Metz, and guides to the Andaman Sea and New Zealand ahead of the 36th America’s Cup.

  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  

Yacht Style Issue 55 (September/October 2020)

Yacht Style has released its 208-page ‘New Models Issue’ featuring the best new yachts for the 2020/2021 season including new builds from leading luxury yacht builders across Europe and here in Asia.

The MCY 76 Skylounge from Monte Carlo Yachts 

New yachts from Italy include the Azimut Magellano 25 Metri, as seen on Yacht Style’s cover and in Viareggio for a world premiere (September 8-13), models from Absolute, Benetti, Ferretti Yachts, Monte Carlo Yachts, Riva, Sanlorenzo and Wally.

Hong Kong hosted viewings of the CLB88, CL Yachts’ new flagship

The article also profiles motor yachts from French builders Beneteau, Jeanneau and Prestige, British builders Princess and Sunseeker, and Hong Kong-headquartered CL Yachts.

Lagoon Sixty 5 is among yachts reviewed in Issue 55

Catamarans keep on coming in bigger sizes, with Aquila releasing its two largest powercats, Lagoon setting sail with its Sixty 5, Sunreef adding 60 power and 70 sailing models, Fountaine Pajot putting out a flagship Power 67 and Samana 59 sailing cat, and Leopard launching its 53 PC earlier this year.

The first Swan 98, Be Cool, was built in Finland

Bali is having a hugely productive year, starting with the launch of the Catspace Sail, followed by the new 4.8 and 4.6, and soon to include the Catspace MY motor yacht, while the Swan 98 and Beneteau’s Oceanis Yacht 54 are among large sailing monohulls to look out for.

Built in southwest England, the high-volume Princess X95 features a ‘super flybridge’

Feature-length reviews of new yachts in Issue 55 include the much-discussed Princess X95, CL Yachts’ flagship CLB88 and Lagoon Sixty 5, as well as the Fairline F//Line 33, new in Asia.

Tennis star Rafa Nadal enjoys his new 80 Sunreef Power in Spain

Rafa Nadal talks to Yacht Style (Part 1 / Part 2) about his new 80 Sunreef Power, while other interviews include Jantana Selby in Thailand, where she keeps the first MCY 96 in Asia, and Groupe Beneteau CEO Jerome De Metz following the announcement of his five-year strategic plan, Let’s Go Beyond.

The 107m Lana is available for charter through Imperial

Yacht Style also welcomes the new 107m Lana to the Imperial charter fleet, celebrates the opening of the Lantau Yacht Club in Hong Kong, and profiles dealerships Asia Yachting and Absolute Marine.

New Zealand offers an enormous range of landscapes and seascapes

Travel features include revisiting the Andaman Sea on the 39m Lady Azul and a cruising guide for those wishing to visit New Zealand, host of the 36th America’s Cup.

Exploring Malaysia, Thailand and Myanmar with Lady Azul

We’re also delighted to be able to engage you on our new-look website, www.yachtstyle.co, and weekly newsletter, as well as our popular Instagram and LinkedIn platforms, while Magzter remains home to the online version of the magazine.
• Website
• Magzter
• LinkedIn
• Facebook
• YouTube

SHARE

Share on facebook
Share on linkedin