Sunday, October 25, 2009


Lazzara's LSX Ninety Two for that enviable and glamorous yacht experience

If you don’t own a luxury yacht yet, you don’t deserve to be called cool and happening enough. And if you want to experience the best the world of yachting has to offer, you must consider trying Lazzara Yachts new model, the US$8.5 million LSX Ninety Two. Being a follow up to the earlier LSX Seventy Five, the LSX Ninety Two might appear like the big sibling of the Seventy Five, but it is not just that. The Ninety Two scores high in terms of functionality, comfort and performance. You could stretch yourself on the sprawling flybridge and relax in the private water-level terrace close to the master stateroom. If you are still feeling laid back enough, you could change places to sun yourself at the retractable aft sun deck.

And if you plan to hang around the aft, why not have some great fun at the large teak swim platform and turn that into a shaded area for cooling yourself?

Diana Yacht Design shows new Hakvoort's YN 246 luxury yacht

The new Hakvoort’s YN 246 luxury yacht from the renowned house of Diana Yacht Design reminds of the famed Diana yacht’s of the 80’s like Jamaica Bay and Rio Rita. Hakvoort’s YN 246 is an exceptionally professional piece of work with a very beguiling interior that entertains her owner and his guests a high standard of luxury. The steel displacement hull, in combination with classic lines and a beautiful canoe stern, makes for comfortable cruising performance. It has a range of 5,000 nm and maximum speed of 14 knots. The most striking feature of the Hakvoort is the owner’s deck with the luxurious master stateroom at the foreside with a 270-degrees panoramic view. Along with four VIP staterooms on the lower deck, the yacht can accommodate a total of 10 guests. Other on-board lavish amenities include Jacuzzi, three Sunbathing areas, outside shower, and a small bar. The fold-out swimming platform on the aft deck allows you to get in close contact with the sea.There are four double guest quarters, each with bathroom.

The open aft deck has stairways that lead up to the owner’s deck, main salon, dining room, on portside galley, powder room and nanny’s cabin with bathroom. Hakvoort’s YN 246 yacht is meant to offer its owner luxury, first class maneuverability and sea kindliness.


Ken Freivokh's Tiger sailing yacht offered for €4.5 million
Ken Freivokh, who designed both the interior and exterior of Maltese Falcon luxury yacht, has a new state-of-the-art 38m sailing yacht dubbed ‘Tiger,’ which will be sold through Luxury Yacht Group. This luxe yacht offers a blend of top pedigree design and revolutionary features for extraordinary value. Featuring large interior and exterior accommodation, this stunning go-anywhere superyacht with inviting black steel hull is being touted to outclass in the vibrant and growing Mediterranean charter market. After Maltese Falcon, the Tiger is the latest in innovative yacht design from the talented Freivokh team. Offering accommodation for ten guests and five crew, the luxury yacht comes with either a single master stateroom or two separate suites.

The glossy teak and mahogany aft deck boasts a 12-person dining table and Bose sound system.

Princess Mariana, the luxury yacht that moves at $1 per second

Princess Mariana, one of the most impressive mega yachts in the world, was launched in 2003, but it was available for charter, after a $12 million refurbishment in 2006. The 258 feet luxury yacht has been reported by CNNMoney as one of the most desirable charters, which rents for a whopping $606,500 a week. The figure comes out to about $1 per second. Now, that’s the ultimate in luxury yachting. Princess Mariana is done with every luxury possible you would expect on a mega yacht. It boasts a spacious master stateroom, two double VIP staterooms, two double staterooms, twin stateroom 13-seat cinema, a fully equipped gym, a helipad, and a golf driving range. The staterooms have plasma TVs and private en-suites. One of the most impressive amenities on-board is the Beach Club, a dry dock where the tender lives.

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