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Feadship launched the 301-foot (92m) M/Y Aquarius in a private ceremony at its yard in Aalsmeer on Sept. 3. Dutch company Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design created the profile and interior design. The owner is an experienced owner who previously owned 50m and 60m vessels. Aquarius has six staterooms for 12 guests and will run with 34 crew.

Turkish builder Numarine has launched the first two units of its 105-foot hardtop model.

Dutch builder Rapsody Yachts has launched the 9m Rapsody Tender, an elegant dayboat built for speed and class. The underwater hull is designed to be fast, but without a spray. This, combined with a strong Volvo Penta diesel engine, creates a top speed of 34 knots.

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