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2013 World Superyacht finalists named

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Boat International announced the finalists for its 2013 World Superyacht Awards. Winners will be announced at a gala in Istanbul on May 4.

Finalists include:

Among displacement motor yachts, 1,300GT and above:
M/Y Excellence V, 60m Abeking & Rasmussen, interior by Reymond Langton Design
M/Y Hampshire II, 78.5m Feadship, interior by Redman Whiteley Dixon
M/Y Mogambo, 73.5m Nobiskrug, interior by Reymond Langton Design
M/Y Nirvana, 88.5m Oceanco, interior by Sam Sorgiovanni Designs
M/Y Rocky, 85m Lürssen, interior by Andrew Winch Design
M/Y Stella Maris, 72.1m built by Viareggio Superyachts VSY, interior by Michela Reverberi
M/Y Vicky, 72.6m built by Proteksan-Turquoise Yachts, interior by H2 Yacht Design


Among displacement motor yachts of 500-1,299GT:
M/Y Arianna, 50m Delta, interior by Delta Design Group
M/Y Garçon, 67.15m built by Damen Shipyards, interior by Damen Shipyards
M/Y Rahil, 53.8m built by Mariotti Yachts, interior by Luca Dini
M/Y Smeralda, 77m built by Hanseatic Marine Engineering, interior by Vain Interiors
M/Y Step One, 55m Amels, interior by Laura Sessa


Among displacement motor yachts of below 500GT:
M/Y 2Ladies, 46.35m Rossinavi, interior by Mulder Design / Design Studio Spadolini
M/Y Achilles, 46m Sanlorenzo, interior by Francesco Paszkowski Design
M/Y Adastra, 42.5m built by McConaghy Boats, interior by Jepsen Design
M/Y Aslec 4, 45m Rossinavi, interior by Rémi Tessier
M/Y Belle Anna, 49.95m built by ISA Group, interior by François Zuretti
M/Y Lady Petra, 47m Heesen, interior by Bannenberg & Rowell Design


Among two-deck semi-displacement or planing motor yachts:
M/Y Cerri 102, 31.1m built by Cerri Cantieri Navali, interior by Cerri Cantieri Navali
M/Y Koji, 34.11m Leopard, interior by Luxury Projects
M/Y Misunderstood, 49.9m built by Overmarine Group, interior by Overmarine Design Department
M/Y Moni, 32.49m Vicem, interior by Vicem
M/Y Only Now, 33.9m built by Tansu Yachts, interior by Tansu


Among raised pilothouse semi-displacement or planing motor yachts:
M/Y Alloya 40, 40.8m Sanlorenzo, interior by Sanlorenzo
M/Y Galactica Plus, 34.8m Heesen, interior by Omega Architects
M/Y Loretta Anne, 47m built by Alloy Yachts, interior by Donald Starkey Design


Among three-deck semi-displacement or planing motor yachts:
M/Y Imperial Princess, 40m built by Princess Yachts International, interior by Bannenberg & Rowell Design / Princess Yachts
M/Y Lady Linda, 57m Trinity, interior by Evan K Marshall
M/Y Legacy, 49.99m Westport, interior by Westport
M/Y M, 40m built by Bilgin Yachts, interior by H2 Yacht Design
M/Y Ocean Alexander 120, 36.93m Ocean Alexander / Christensen, interior by Evan K Marshall
M/Y Okko, 40.8m built by Mondo Marine, interior by Giorgio Vafiadis & Associates
M/Y Tsumat, 49.9m Trinity, interior by Loguer Design / JC Espinosa


Among sailing yachts larger than 40m:
S/Y 60 Years, 41.8m built by Royal Holding AS, interior by Dara Kirmizitoprak
S/Y Better Place, 50.5m built by WallyEurope, interior by Wetzels Brown Partners
S/Y Kamaxitha, 51.3m Royal Huisman, interior by Rhoades Young Design
S/Y Mikhail S Vorontsov, 64m built by DSV Yachts, interior by Ken Freivokh Design
S/Y Ohana, 49.7m built by Fitzroy Yachts, interior by the owner


Among sailing yachts 30m-40m:
S/Y Almagores II, 31.42m built by Southern Wind Shipyard, interior by Nauta Design
S/Y Hamilton, 30.38m built by Green Marine, interior by Design Unlimited
S/Y Penelope, 30.8m built by RMK Marine/Oyster Yachts, interior by Oyster Yachts
S/Y Pumula, 37.33m Royal Huisman, interior by Rhoades Young Design
S/Y Rainbow, 39.95m Holland Jachtbouw, interior by Dykstra Naval Architects / deVosdeVries Design
S/Y Simba, 32.89m built by Proteksan-Turquoise Yachts, interior by Hoek Design Naval Architects
S/Y X Noi, 30.65m built by Perini Navi Group (Picchiotti), interior by Nauta Design


Among sailing multihulls:

S/V Mousetrap, 33.5m built by JFA Yachts, interior by Cittollin & Polli

S/V Quintessential, 30.49m built by Yachting Developments, interior by Redman Whiteley Dixon
There will also be an award for <<BOLD>>refitted yacht<<BOLD>>. Finalists include:
M/Y A2, 47m Feadship, refit at Pendennis
M/Y Elysium, 52m Benetti, refit at Lusben
S/Y Endeavour, 39.6m Camper & Nicholsons, refit at Yachting Developments
M/Y Faith, 62.3m Feadship, refit at Composite Works
M/Y Ilona, 73.69m Amels
M/Y Paramour, 43.7m CMN, refit at Pure Superyacht Refit
M/Y Titania, 70.8m Lürssen

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