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The $20 million Gold superyacht Bellami.com

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Superyacht Kinta wrapped in Gold Chrome Foil for Bellami.com
Photo: Six-One Sunray @61_sunray Instagram

The world’s largest chrome wrap done on a yacht, while fully in the water.

It took 13 days and 600sqm of gold chrome vinyl wrap to cover the superyacht formally known as ‘Kinta’. This project represents the largest chrome yacht wrap done fully in the water. To achieve this, LuxWrap set about the task using cherry pickers, floating pontoons, scaffolding and a team of men at the Port of Viareggio, Italy which also happens to be the port of registry for the superyacht. Some delays including rain caused the completion of the wrap project to take 13 days instead of the scheduled 10 but considering the complexity of the job that is still remarkable.

Gold wrapping Bellami yacht with cherry picker
Team using elevated work platform to cover M/Y Bellami.com in chrome gold. Photo: @luxwrap Instagram
LuxWrap team using pontoon to cover M/Y Bellami.com
Team using floating pontoon to cover M/Y Bellami.com Photo: @luxwrap Instagram

LuxWrap not only had the massive job of covering M/Y Bellami.com’s exterior, swim step stairways and jacuzzi area but they were also tasked with covering the yachts many Jetski’s, Seabobs and Tender boat as well.

Chrome Gold Foil Wrapped Sea Doo Jetskis
chrome gold wrapped Sea Doo’s. Photo: @luxwrap Instagram
Chrome Gold wrapped Seabobs
The chrome gold wrapped Seabobs. Photo: @luxwrap Instagram
Chrome Gold wrapped Tender
M/Y Bellami.com’s chrome gold wrapped tender. Photo: @luxwrap Instagram

As well as the largest chrome yacht wrap done fully in the water, LuxWrap believes the Bellami.com Superyacht project may also be the worlds largest chrome vinyl installation on a single object, also, based on square meters – possibly the largest yacht wrap ever done.

Bellami superyacht complete pontoon
M/Y Bellami.com Photo: @61_sunray Instagram

Bellamihair.com the company who commissioned the superyacht to be wrapped in chrome gold claims to be the world’s largest hair extension brand and will be embarking on an advertising tour with the yacht across the Mediterranean before making its way towards London Fashion Week in September of this year.

Bellami superyacht pontoon from above
M/Y Bellami.com swimming pontoon. Photo: @61_sunray Instagram

Motor Yacht Bellami.com is also currently listed for sale for $20 million USD or the equivalent of 18 million Euros. If the new owner doesn’t like gold then there may be a lot of chrome foil to be removed.

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Alia Yachts Launches 180ft Al Waab II Superyacht

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Alia Yachts has launched the 180ft Al Waab II superyacht at its shipyard in Antalya, Turkey, ahead of its final delivery in September.
Alia Yachts Al Waab II transport
Alia Yachts built Al Waab II being transported for launch. Credit: Alia Yachts

Alia Yachts has launched the 180ft Al Waab II superyacht at its shipyard in Antalya, Turkey, ahead of its final delivery in September which coincides with the Monaco Yacht Show later this year.

After two years in construction amongst the ongoing pandemic, the production schedule was surprisingly only delayed by two weeks, with Alia Yachts President Gökhan Çelik noting, “the last two years have been difficult, but we took a lot of health and safety measures, and, to offset delays experienced by our European suppliers, we worked around the problem and found ways to recreate lost time.

Launched at Alia Yacht's shipyard in Antalya, Turkey. Credit: Ali Yachts
Launched at Alia Yacht’s shipyard in Antalya, Turkey. Credit: Ali Yachts

“The fact we’ve done it in just over two years despite everything is a credit to the determination of the men and women who work here.”

Designed by Dutch design studio Vripack, Al Waab II accommodates up to 12 guests and features a modern design with a neutral color palette across the five staterooms and the master suite split across the upper and main decks.

Designed by Dutch design firm Vripack. Credit: Alia Yachts
Designed by Dutch design firm Vripack. Credit: Alia Yachts

“For many owners, the concept of enjoying a ‘home at sea’ is what drives their passion for yachting,” says Bart Bouwhuis, Co-creative Director at Vripack. “The owner of Al Waab II had the explicit desire to use his boat as a family apartment. That desire became the founding principle of the entire design. The result is the very essence of living on the water.”

Early render of the Alia Yachts built Al Waab II. Credit: Alia Yachts
Early render of the Alia Yachts built Al Waab II. Credit: Alia Yachts

“We’re very proud of Al Waab II,” says Alia President, Gökhan Çelik, adding, “Yachts are getting longer and wider, but owners still want to stay below the 500 GT mark. We’ve seen increasing interest in this kind of yacht and so to be one of the first with such an impressive project is an important milestone for Alia.”

The Al Waab II will now undergo sea trials and final outfitting ahead of delivery to her owner.

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Heesen’s Project Altea Launches As MY ELA

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Heesen Yachts 164ft Project Altea has officially been launched as MY ELA and is on her way to the Mediterranean for the summer.

Heesen Yachts 164ft MY ELA (formerly known as Project Altea) has officially launched in the Netherlands and is currently on her way to the Mediterranean for the summer.

Purchased only three months before delivery, the lightweight, aluminum fast-displacement hull built on Heesen’s sub-500GT Nova Plus engineering platform and interiors had already been completed when she caught the eye of the new owners.

Heesen Ela Project Altea Yacht
MY ELA on her way to the Mediterranean for the summer. Credit: Heesen

Featuring large floor-to-ceiling windows and spacious light-filled living areas designed by Frank Laupman of Omega Architects and warm and inviting interior designed by Italian interior designer Cristiano Gatto, all that remained for the new owners of MY ELA was to customize the final details to make it their own.

With only three months from the purchase date until delivery, Cristiano Gatto worked alongside the team at Heesen to fully customize the interiors in time for delivery.

Heesen Project Altea YN19550 Main Saloon by Cristiano Gatto Design
Original interior concept of Project Altea/MY ELA. Credit: Heesen

“Together with the client, we revisited all the loose furniture, inside and out, selecting new materials for all the upholstery and the key items from Paola Lenti, B&B Italia, Poltrona Frau, and Promemoria,” said Cristiano. “But more importantly, we designed bespoke pieces, such as tables, sofas, and lamps, all beautifully crafted by Italian ateliers, who delivered them in record time.”

Built to accommodate twelve guests in six staterooms, MY ELA is not only luxurious inside but is an elegant fast-displacement design that allows shipyards to stay below the 500GT limit to avoid the additional certification required of larger superyachts.

Heesen Project Altea YN19550 Superyacht Skylounge by Cristano Gatto Design
Interior Skylounge concept by Cristiano Gatto. Credit: Heesen

Powered by two powerful MTU 12V 2000 diesel engines for a maximum speed of 19 knots, MY ELA is also the first Heesen to feature a peak-shaving battery system that offers a seamless storage of energy by allowing excess generator power to be stored when the yacht’s load fluctuates and used during peak periods when power demand exceeds generator output.

While primarily intended for family use, MY ELA will also be available for charter with Zarpo Yachts for select clients.

Heesen Project Altea YN19550 Superyacht Design
Render of Heesen’s 164ft fast-displacement hull Project Altea. Credit: Heesen

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Conor McGregor’s New Lamborghini Tecnomar 63 Yacht Ready For Delivery

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Conor McGregor’s new Lamborghini Tecnomar 63 Yacht is ready for delivery and to be enjoyed by the Irish MMA out on the water.
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Conor McGregor’s “supercar of the sea” Lamborghini Tecnomar 63 is ready for delivery.

Conor McGregor’s new stealth green Lamborghini Tecnomar 63 Yacht is finally ready for delivery and to be enjoyed out on the water.

It’s been nine months since the Irish MMA fighter first visited The Italian Sea Group headquarters where the Tecnomar models are being built, and he’s now taken to social media to share the news that his personalized edition has been completed.

The superfast Tecnomar 63 “speed yacht” comes as a collaboration between The Italian Sea Group and Lamborgini, and takes inspiration from the futuristic hybrid Lamborghini Siàn FKP 37.

When Conor McGregor first placed his order, he made sure to secure the #12 hull of the 63 to be built to coincide with his lucky number, sharing “The No.12 “McGregor edition” Lamborghini’s first entry into the Sport Yacht World comes in the form of this 63foot, 4000bhp, duel engine, twin-turbo, rocket ship! Titled the “Supercar of the Sea,” I am honored to secure the Number 12 edition of just 63 to be made. 1963 being the year Lamborghini first began, and 12 being, well you know Twelve! Proper F***ing Twelve baby!”

Powered by two MAN V12-2000HP engines for a total 4000CV, the USD$3.4 million Lamborghini Tecnomar 63 motor yacht can reach 60 knots of speed and will be the fastest boat in the Tecnomar fleet.

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