29 March 2017: The brand new Feadship VERTIGO in Gibraltar, first port of call on her maiden voyage (Giovanni Romero).
28 March 2017: The 2017 St Barths Bucket Regatta, photographed by Michael Kurtz.
27 March 2017: More spectacular aerial photos of AMADEA on the Kiel Canal by Carl Groll.
24 March 2017: Lürssen delivered the 106m motor yacht AMADEA, formerly known as project Mistral. Carl Groll and Andreas Jens took excellent photos showing the yacht on the Kiel Canal. More aerial photos will be added during the day.
23 March 2017: MARY-JEAN II arriving in Gibraltar (Giovanni Romero).
20 March 2017: Sailing yacht LUDYNOSA G leaving Gibraltar yesterday (Giovanni Romero).
17 March 2017: New night shots of Lürssen's new 106m AMADEA by Andreas Jens.
15 March 2017: Aerial photos of PLAN B in Rendsburg (Carl Groll).
14 March 2017: Our first photos of the brand new Lürssen AURORA (Andreas Jens, Carl Groll).
8 March 2017: FERDY arriving in Monaco (Billy).
7 March 2017: MQ2, CLICIA, LUSIA M and WILD THYME in Port Hercule (Peter Seyfferth).
6 March 2017: Photo of the week - Sailing Yacht INOUI, photographed by Michael Kurtz.
3 March 2017: GOLDEN ODYSSEY on the river Weser yesterday (Claus Schäfe).
2 March 2017: MADAME GU at Cap Ferrat (Dutch Yachting).
1 March 2017: DILBAR in Antibes (photos: Dutch Yachting).
28 February 2017: 360°, COSTA MAGNA, ACHILLES and TAOUEY in Monaco (Peter Seyfferth).
27 February 2017: Lürssen's project Mistral is now named AMADEA (Andreas Jens). The recently lengthened and refitted THE WELLESLEY (Giovanni Romero).
24 February 2017: Photo of the week - VANISH leaving Port Hercule (Peter Seyfferth).
23 February 2017: SILVER FAST and NAMASTE 8 in Monaco (Billy). GLOBAL at the Lürssen yard in Bremen (Claus Schäfe).
22 February 2017: On her maiden voyage BARBARA was forced to divert to The Bay of Gibraltar on Monday afternoon. The weather was so bad (winds of over 100 km per hour) that it was impossible for her to dock in any of the marinas, and has had to anchor on the western anchorage (Giovanni Romero).
21 February 2017: LADY MAY and WISP arriving in Gibraltar (Giovanni Romero).
20 February 2017: Sailing Yacht A has been arrested in Gibraltar over a € 15.3 million admiralty claim by Nobiskrug. Shortly after the arrival of the yacht in Gibraltar lawyers for Nobiskrug filed a claim in the Supreme Court against the vessel's "owners/charterers/operators" for breach of contract. For the moment the yacht remains anchored in the Bay of Gibraltar under the custody of admiralty marshals (information taken from http://chronicle.gi/2017/02/futuristic-yacht-arrested-in-e15-3m-claim/). Giovanni Romero's exclusive photos, taken over the weekend, show the yacht anchored in her current position.
17 February 2017: The brand new Oceanco yachts BARBARA (formerly known as hull Y715) and Y712 on sea trials (Hans Esveldt).
16 February 2017: Exclusive - Sailing Yacht A arriving in Gibraltar, first port of call in the Mediterranean on her maiden voyage. The photos were taken by Giovanni Romero under terrible weather conditions early yesterday morning. Due to strong winds, A was unable to dock and she had to wait to be assisted by two tugs.
14 February 2017: Photo of the week: Motor Yacht A in Dubai (Carl Groll).
10 February 2017: Excellent new morning shots of DILBAR by Giovanni Romero. Abeking & Rasmussen's new flagship AVIVA on sea trials (Claus Schäfe). Oceanco's sailing yacht Project Y712 on sea trials (Dutch Yachting).
9 February 2017: The first cruising shots of the recentely launched Vitters sailing yacht SVEA (Dutch Yachting).
7 February 2017: Yesterday Oceanco launched their project Y714, the largest yacht ever built in The Netherlands (photos: Dutch Yachting).
6 February 2017: Yesterday evening Nobiskrug delivered A, the world's largest sailing yacht. A left Kiel at about 5 p.m. (photos by Carl Groll, Olaf Eggert, Andreas Jens and Ralf Hüttmann).
3 February 2017: The arrival of the winner and the second of the Vendée Globe 2016-2017, photographed by Michael Kurtz.
1 February 2017: VAVA II and HERE COMES THE SUN moored at Gibraltar's new Mid-Harbour Marina (Giovanni Romero).
31 January 2017: Here are two shots from yesterday's campaign of our four-legged secretary Dushka. She is French, has a Russian name, found asylum in a German household and has quite a strange religious orientation. She can be very stubborn and has a very narcissistic personality. She is great! We support her in her run for the White House!
30 January 2017: PERSEUS 3 leaving Gibraltar (Giovanni Romero). MONEIKOS at anchor (Peter Seyfferth).
27 January 2017: Benetti's LATITUDE and Heesen's BLISS during the 2016 Monaco Yacht Show (Peter Seyfferth).
26 January 2017: Amels' new flagship HERE COMES THE SUN in Gibraltar on her maiden voyage (Giovanni Romero).
25 January 2017 - Photo of the week: Lürssen's project JUPITER passing a lighthouse during her recent sea trials (aerial photography by Carl Groll).
24 January 2017: BOADICEA and SECRET in Monaco's Port Hercule (Peter Seyfferth).
23 January 2017: Sailing Yacht A returning to the yard after what we believe were her final sea trials before the delivery (Olaf Eggert).
20 January 2017: NIRVANA, FORCE BLUE and TRIBU in Monaco (Billy, Peter Seyfferth).
19 January 2017: ECSTASEA, ROCKET, DOMANI and SOY AMOR during last year's Monaco Yacht Show (Peter Seyfferth).
18 January 2017: Photo of the week - Russians among themselves: MADAME GU and OCEAN VICTORY visiting Monaco (Billy).
17 January 2017: ROYAL ROMANCE and FORCE BLUE in Monaco (Peter Seyfferth, Billy).
16 January 2017: BLISS and SEAHORSE P in Monaco (Billy).
13 January 2017: ST. DAVID and SEALYON during last year's Monaco Yacht Show (Peter Seyfferth).
12 January 2017: New photos of BARTALI, JACOZAMI, ZOZO and MY WAY (Peter Seyfferth).
11 January 2017: GERMANIA NOVA at anchor off Cannes, ALFA NERO at Cap Martin (Billy).
10 January 2017: VAVA II arriving in Gibraltar. Our first photos of sailing yacht ANTARES (Giovanni Romero).
9 January 2017: Abeking & Rasmussen's new flagship, the 98m AVIVA left the dock for the first time at the end of last week. Photos by Claus Schäfe.
Exclusive: Aerial photography by Carl Groll from the first sea trails of Lürssen's 123m project JUPITER.
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