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Palmer Johnson has launched the 213-foot (65m) M/Y Lady M with Moran Yacht & Ship. Built under project name Stimulus, the yacht was scheduled to be delivered in May.

 

 

The 198-foot (60m) CRN M/Y J’Ade is ready for delivery. The yacht features a “flooded garage” where the owner can store and access an 8m tender. Operated hydraulically, the garage can dry out in 3 minutes. The yacht can accommodate 10 guests and 13 crew and has a top speed of 16 knots, cruising speed of 14 knots. It has a beam of 10.2m, four decks and a sub deck. The main salon features a bar of green marble and rosewood with a backdrop of an aquarium.

 

 

Italian builder Baglietto has launched the 145-foot (44m) M/Y Monokini, marking the first yacht to splash since the reorganization of the yard. The yacht can accommodate 10 guests in five staterooms on the lower deck. It has a top speed of 30 knots. The yacht is expected to debut at the Cannes and Monaco shows this fall.

 

 

Italian builder CRN has launched the 142-foot (43m) M/Y Lady Genyr, its second yacht this year and the eighth in this model. The next hull in the series is under construction.
Five cabins accommodate 10 guests, and the master has a private balcony. At the request of the owner, a lift has been installed to connect the interior decks. Lady Genyr is expected to be delivered in July.

 

 

Inace Yachts has launched the 126-foot M/Y Batai, the second in this series of explorer yachts created for All Ocean Yachts. Built to BV and MCA classifications, the yacht has five guest rooms, including a full beam master, to accommodate 12 guests. And room for eight crew.
Batai has a 5,000nm range and a draft of 8 feet. On deck, Batai carries a 22-foot RIB and a 19-foot fishing boat.

 

 

Nordhavn launched its latest 120-foot yacht into a test tank in China in late April where it was expected to remain for a month as systems are tested. After sea trials, she will relocate to Vancouver on her own bottom for delivery at the end of July.

 

 

Overmarine Group delivered the new Mangusta 108 in May to its owner, a member of the Balducci family, founders and owners of the company. The yacht has four staterooms, including the master, below.

 

 

Florida-based Jim Smith Tournament Boats has built the 105-foot Marlena, a cold molded wooden fishing boat with an estimated speed of more than 45 miles an hour. It has seven staterooms.

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