The latest superyacht gossip – 12

The second yacht in the Amels 171 Limited Editions has been launched. The yacht will be named La Mirage (photo left) and is presently undergoing sea trials.

After being for sale for a few years the Feadship Confidante has now found a new owner. Her new name is Audacia and she is available for charter through Camper & Nicholsons.

The refit of R/S Eden has been completed, the yacht was in Venice last week. R/S Eden (formerly known as Fulmara) underwent an extensive refit in Turkey where a clipper bow has been added. Also a new interior was installed, the superstructure was modified and new systems have been installed. Both the new interior and exterior were designed by the London based design studio Rainsford Saunders Design.

Every year Tueq visits Port Pierre Canto in Cannes and almost every year she reappears with a different look. Two years ago her sun deck was completely enclosed and she has now apparently been lengthened by 7 meters. We can only wonder how she will look next year…

Lady Moura is back in Monaco. As we reported Lady Moura grounded off Cannes during the Film Festival in May. This caused damage to her hull and she sailed to Barcelona for repairs. Since last week this beautiful lady shines again in Port Hercule of Monaco.

Armani seems to enjoy yachts as he ordered a new 65m yacht by Codecasa Yachts. Hull C.115 will have a dark hull and superstructure with green windows. It promises to be a spectacular yacht with a superstructure consisting for the biggest part out of glass. Currently Armani owns the 49.9m Codecasa Mariú.

New Sunrise (photo right) docked in the city Tivat, Montenegro, last weekend and she attracted a lot of attention as being the biggest yacht ever to visit this city in the Eastern Mediterranean.

Fraser Yachts brokers Richard Earp and Stuart Larsen offer a new 75m project, called Goldmine, from Financantieri for sale. The yacht can be yours for 95 million Euro’s!

Please keep sending your own photos and rumours to [email protected]

Photo of La Mirage courtesy of Wim Kosten / Maritimephoto.com

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