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M/Y Amara, a 120m Oceano concept designed by Sam Sorgiovanni Designs for extended families, was unveiled at the Dubai International Boat Show in February.It can carry 20 guests.

Project Maia, a 50m full-displacement Heesen, launched March 8. It’s classic car-inspired exterior design is by Clifford Denn and its interior is by Reymond Langton. It will be outfitted at the Heesen yard in Oss and be available for delivery in 2018 after sea trials in the North Sea.

M/Y Vertige, a 50m Tankoa sold in February 2015, has launched in Genoa, Italy.

 

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