GG Magazine 3/22 Yachting

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THE ENGEL & VÖLKERS MAGAZINE

YACHTING

THE PERFECT GETAWAY

Moonen Yachts ∙ Genesis Interiors ∙ British Columbia Issue 3/22


NEWS

It’s All About Style

Fun and enjoyment full of elegance not only play the leading role at sea, but also on land. Dive into pleasure! 1 1 SANLORENZO’S INNOVATIVE CROSSOVER YACHT SX112 aims to

propose a new way of experiencing the sea: on board the barriers are removed and the boat opens up to the outside world, entering into a

relationship with the marine environment. The focal point is the stern

area, which is undoubtedly the yacht’s iconic area, a choice that gives the project new suggestions and living perspectives. 2 THE RIVA

BACKGAMMON SET isn’t just a game but a genuine work of art. The mahogany and maple construction is a jewel of crafts-

manship, with a steel Riva logo either inlaid or, in the more luxurious leather model, with a “trans-

parency” effect. The white and aquamarine dice and pieces have mahogany inlays and show the same passion for detail that makes the world’s

most coveted yachts so inimitable. 3 THE FRA-

GRANCE PLEASURE GARDENIA 79 was Albert

Krigler’s very first creation and went down in the

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company’s history as the engagement fragrance.

He designed it as early as 1879 as a present for his future wife. These romantic feelings are now captured in the Opus Tango scented candle.

4 YACHTS: THE IMPOSSIBLE COLLECTION This

visually inspiring volume by Assouline celebrates

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the universal elegance of yachts that has been

loved by enthusiasts for countless years.


WELCOME

e’ve all experienced a great deal of change over the last couple of years, and that change has spurred the yachting industry like never before. We’ve seen global sales increase by 25 to 30 percent, as there is a new vibrant generation of buyers entering the boat sector. The average age of a boat buyer has decreased by over 10 years, and overall demand is the highest we have seen in the last 20 years, with growth expected to continue through 2025 and beyond. Along with skyrocketing demand, we have also seen a surge in the demand for new innovations, creative design and green technologies. The latter has developed holistically and been adapted for maritime uses, with electric boats of all sizes and types being brought to the market. The use of recyclable materials has also grown exponentially. There is a generation of fiberglass classics heading into retirement, each making way for new products and innovations. Engel & Völkers Yachting is proud to partner with boating brands who care not only about our earth, but about both earth and ocean quality. We are drawn to builders who are at the forefront of innovation, building vessels that match our clients’ desires. Our world is quite large, yet small enough to affect change at every level. Clients more than ever are valuing time on the water with friends and loved ones. They are seeking the tranquility of secluded harbors to live, work and play with new flexibility. With the winds of change, our industry continues to find its direction for the future. Our global team consists of dedicated, educated and passionate mariners who live and breathe the yachting lifestyle to create clients for life and lifetime memories on the water.

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Sincerely,

Leeann Iacino

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Walter Johnson


COLUMN

Crest of a Wave

Nowhere can the joys of travel, autonomy and privacy be savoured in quite the same way as on board a yacht. With undisturbed days at sea, dinner on deck with friends and family, stopovers in the most beautiful places on earth. And above all: a sense of freedom.

84 ERCENT of the global fleet consists of motor P yachts and 16 percent of sailing yachts. US clients own the largest share of superyachts over 40 metres, at 23 percent of the total fleet.

“The vast demand for sailing yachts and motor boats is leading to delivery times of up to three years right now.” SVEN ODIA

ENGEL & VÖLKERS YACHTING SHOPS

It’s not only the real estate market in Florida that is booming. Exclusive yachts are also incredibly sought after. That’s why a new Engel & Völkers Yachting Shop has opened in Naples, in the sunshine state.

Green & fun: The Finnish Baltic shipyard has paid special attention to ensuring sustainable construction standards for the approximately 20metre sailing yacht “Baltic 68 Café Racer”. The hull is made of 50 percent flax fibre, while the deck is laid with cork.

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ne particular highlight on the calendar each year for me is the Monaco Yacht Show. It is a showcase for the most beautiful and exclusive yachts from all over the world. You can really sense the unique flair for living that emanates from them. According to a report by the research institute VesselsValue, a total of 887 superyachts were sold in 2021 – marking a rise of 77 percent over the previous year. The Covid-19 pandemic has prompted a sharp rise in interest in individual travel, as well as a desire to be close to nature. Yachts are becoming floating homes for more and more people, with many even setting up offices to work remotely on board. New design trends are emerging, with issues such as sustainability gaining greater traction. Manufacturers are now installing solar panels on yacht roofs, as well as electric powertrains and hulls made from recyclable materials. Wellness facilities on luxury yachts nowadays are absolutely comparable to luxurious spas on land: A separate gym suite and saunas are often standard, along with massage rooms and areas dedicated to cosmetic treatments. More and more of our clients see yachts as a safe investment alternative. Engel & Völkers is registering increased demand in the USA in particular. As well as our established operations on the West Coast, in Newport Beach and Sausalito, we opened our third Yachting Shop in Naples, Florida, in summer 2021. Besides buying and selling, our core business also includes the charter and hire of exclusive yachts, as well as the servicing of new builds and refits. In Europe, we are in the process of restructuring our Yachting division, with a view to expanding our comprehensive services and meeting the growing demand there too.


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Private Estate Overlooking Pristine Lakes & Vineyards

British Columbia, Canada Price CAD 8,999,999 Interior approx. 14,956 square feet Land approx. 5.02 acres   E&V ID AM-216196

ENGEL & VÖLKERS Okanagan (CA) Contact Richard Deacon – Private Office Advisor Tel. +1 250 801 8831 E-mail richard.deacon@engelvoelkers.com

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THE DREAM OF INDEPENDENCE

Moving across the seas according to your own ideas and enjoying freedom from external adversity. With the superyacht MOONEN 110, the dream of freedom is within reach. Thanks to a smart construction process, you can even take off faster than usual. TEXT: Jörg Zimmermann

PHOTOS: Stuart Pearce


“Owners appreciate the possibility of a longer, independent stay on board.” VICTOR CAMINADA



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TEXT: NAME; PHOTOS: NAME


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t’s a breathtaking dream: gliding through southern waters at a calm speed during the day, then enjoying the sunset while dining on deck in front of an impressive coastline. As tempting as the idea of owning your very own superyacht is, it is difficult to realize this wish quickly. To shorten the wait for potential owners, yacht builder Moonen relies on a clever realization concept.

The new MOONEN 110 shows off its striking silhouette with exposed sun deck (top left). On the BRIGADOON, the rhythmic gradation of the three decks can be seen from the stern (below left). The built-in furniture on the BRIGADOON is made of teak (below).

The magic word at Moonen is “semi-custom”. From the hull to the complete interior – the Dutch boat builders take the initiative to develop a mature technical concept and combine it with an ambitious design concept. “When the construction plans and design drafts are fully developed according to our ideas, we already start building,” says Victor Caminada, Head of Sales at Moonen, explaining the process. “As soon as the sales contract has been signed, the client can directly contribute their ideas.“ The overall concept is designed in such a way that individual adjustments are always possible in different construction phases. The earlier the buyer gets involved in the construction of the yacht, the more design options are available. Those who enter the production process early can, for example, influence the layout of the cabins in detail if they wish. Those who decide to purchase the yacht in the later phase of interior construction still have a wide range of design options to choose from, such as the choice of wood, floor coverings or upholstery. About every fortnight, the boat builders and the future owners discuss the next steps. Often directly on site at the Dutch shipyard or also via digital conference tools. The concept of “semi-custom” has proven itself in practice at Moonen, as demonstrated for example by the BRIGADOON, completed in 2018 as the first yacht in the MARTINIQUE series. With a length of more than 36 metres, she displays sleek lines on the outside. Inside, which was adapted to the wishes of the owners with the support of the designers from Studio Indigo, there is room for twelve passengers and seven crew members. Classic boatbuilding materials such as teak and clear color con-

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trasts with white and dark tones give the BRIGADOON an elegant appearance on three decks. The new MOONEN 110 follows on seamlessly from the luxury and elegance of the completed sister ships and adds a modern twist to their values. With an overall length of 34 meters, the MOONEN 110 currently under construction is even more dynamic. Diana Yacht Design is responsible for the planning of the construction consisting of a steel hull and aluminium superstructure. The exterior design was developed by René van der Velden Yacht Design and the interior design is based on the visions of the London-based Studio Indigo. The wishes and requirements that have emerged in the market for superyachts in recent years, also resulting from the influence of the Covid-19 pandemic, have been directly incorporated into the planning. “Environmental considerations are playing an increasingly key role for buyers,” reports Victor Caminada. “An important purchase criterion is also the possible length of stay on board. The time you can spend on the ship without interruption.” For the technical engineers, this means not only designing the machines to be more resource-efficient in order to reduce energy consumption during the journey as well as during layover times. To enable longer, autonomous stays on board, the storage facilities for food and other consumables must also be expanded. And, of course, the layout and fitting of the cabins as well as the communal areas are designed accordingly for maximum comfort. The MOONEN 110 is designed so that ten passengers as well as the crew of five can live together comfortably on a longer voyage. The owner’s cabin is located on the main deck, with generous windows overlooking the bow directly onto the water. Towards the stern, the spacious saloon and dining area adjoin, radiating a special atmosphere with floor-to-ceiling windows. The sun deck extends behind the bridge on several levels and offers generous space for extended sunbathing. Custom-made upholstered groups give space for relaxed lounging. The guests and crew are accommodated on the lower deck. All cabins have integrated bathrooms. The interior design and styling details now await individual coordination with the future owner. Because despite all the considerations and decisions: In the end, the purchase of a superyacht is probably less a business transaction than the fulfilment of a personal dream.


DESTINATIONS

British Columbia: Canada’s Western Gem

Cruise one of the world’s last wilderness-rich areas: British Columbia’s Pacific Coast delivers epic eco-tourism experiences, from kayaking among breaching humpbacks and orcas to spotting salmon-chasing grizzlies. Above all, let local experts guide you to a cultural awakening. TEXT: Helen Iatrou ILLUSTRATION: Mong Ting Zhu

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THE BEST ADDRESSES Nanaimo

Nanaimo Art Gallery Compelling indigenous culture exhibitions

1. Nanaimo

Set sail from Nanaimo, on Vancouver Island’s east coast. A coal-mining powerhouse between the mid-1800s and mid1900s, today this Pacific Coast university town is known for its working harbor, two full-service marinas, quaint Old City Quarter lined with independent stores, mountain forest trails, community craft breweries and contemporary art galleries.

2. Tribune Bay

Drop the hook in this well-protected bay on Hornby Island’s southeast coast. Dubbed “Little Hawaii” for its white sand beach and shallow aquamarine seas, Tribune Bay is one of British Columbia’s (BC) warmest saltwater swimming spots. In spring, admire wildflowers carpeting surrounding hillsides and, in summer, pick edible red huckleberries that grow wild.

3. Desolat ion Sound

Situated within the Sunshine Coast’s Salish Sea, Desolation Sound is one of the planet’s most biodiverse cruising grounds. Take your pick of anchorages and head ashore to hike temperate rainforest-covered islands and explore the lakes and waterfalls. In Prideaux Haven, pack a picnic of local oysters, crabs and prawns and head to Melanie Cove.

4. Sayward

A beloved stop for those navigating Vancouver Island’s inside passage, tiny Sayward village is home to a 350-strong welcoming community. Take in views of Mt H’Kusam from Kelsey Bay wharf as you fish for steelhead trout but watch out for bald eagles and sea lions eager to steal your catch. Hike routes looping round the mountain base or bike through thick forests.

5. Telegraph Cove

This colorful boardwalk settlement is the gateway to Broughton Archipelago, BC’s largest marine park. Telegraph Cove is a prime location to sight humpbacks and orcas. At nearby Cormorant Island’s Alert Bay, a unique aboriginal cultural destination, witness an indigenous dance performance and peer up at the world’s tallest totem pole before overnighting at Telegraph Cove.

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6. Sayward

Heading back south, you’ll call in at Kelsey Bay once more. In Sayward, walk its scenic waterfront or canoe across calm lakes and riverways. At the Salmon River Wildlife Reserve, keep your eyes peeled for Roosevelt elk, great blue herons and northern pygmy owls. Stroll through the Douglas fir forests of White River Park and the Dalrymple Creek Nature Trail.

7. Campbell River

White Sails Brewing Hyperlocal craft beers include coffee-tinged dark ale Gabriel’s Gourmet Café Brunch ingredients sourced from small, sustainable farms

Tribune Bay

Flora Islet Dive St John’s Point in search of rare deep sea six-gill shark Hornby Island Co-op Community initiative includes veggie café, bakery and pottery store The Breeze Restaurant Rustic lodge restaurant serves Canadian comfort fare

Campbell River is a lively port city rich in indigenous culture, maritime history and wildlife-viewing opportunities. Homalco First Nation guides reveal local legends as they lead tours where you may spot humpbacks, orcas, Pacific white-sided dolphins, Steller sea lions or grizzly bears. Avid anglers know it as the world’s salmon capital.

Desolat ion Sound

8. Comox

Sayward

Comox is renowned for its natural beauty and laidback marinas but also offers atmospheric pubs, indigenous art galleries and fine wineries. Walk among elm, maple and cedar trees in Filberg Park then head to Goose Spit, where you can view the Beaufort Mountain Range and Comox Glacier. At Fisherman’s Wharf, pick up freshly-caught crab for dinner.

Pendrell Sound Swim in the warmest sea north of Mexico Tenedos Bay Protected anchorage with a trail leading to Unwin Lake Grace Harbour Hike old logging trails and swim in a freshwater lake Laughing Oyster Restaurant Yachties congregate at this iconic seafood spot Mount H’Kusam Bill’s Trail hike leads to the summit Sayward Futures Society Visitor information, maps and trailhead directions Al’s Room Cosy glassed space to sip coffee and meet artists

Telegraph Cove

The Whale Interpretive Centre Eye-opening marine mammal skeleton collection Tide Rip Grizzly Tours Spot black bears and grizzlies on a boat tour

9. Tribune Bay

With plenty to see beyond Tribune Bay, you won’t mind returning to Hornby Island. Follow trails east to take a dip at Whaling Station Bay beach then trek the coastal bluffs of Helliwell Park until you reach St John’s Point. Evidence of the isle’s hippie past lies in the Hornby Island Co-op, where you’ll find craft shops, fair trade fashion and farm-tofork fare. Meet the artists behind a thriving creative community in their studios.

10. Schooner Cove, Nanoose Bay

Dock at Fairwinds Marina, where you can stretch your legs with a round of golf at the nearby 18-hole course overlooking Georgia Strait. Alternatively, you can join a guided kayak tour of the pristine Winchelsea Islands or Mistaken Island, where marine life includes seals, purple sea stars, crimson sea urchins and orange sunflower stars.

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The Killer Whale Cafe and Old Saltery Pub Seafood chowder and other West Coast delights

Alert Bay

U’mista Cultural Centre View sacred regalia of the Kwakwaka’wakw people Culture Shock Traditional ‘Namgis storytelling and cedar weaving

Campbell River

Homalco Wildlife & Cultural Tours First Nation guides lead tours detailing ties to nature Riptide Marine Pu Crab cakes, Canadian beef burgers and more Beach Fire Brewing Co Seasonal and small-batch craft beers West Coast Wildflowers Indigenous jewellery and botanical skincare

Comox

I-Hos Gallery Traditional and contemporary First Nations art 40 Knots Winery Taste clean ethical wines at a seaside estate Martine’s Bistro Savour halibut with sangria and marina views

Schooner Cove, Nanoose Bay

Adventuress Sea Kayaking Jan Kretz leads tours of islets bursting with wildlife Fairwinds Golf Club Oceanside course suited to all players


PHOTOS: ARTHUR KELLER


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PHOTOS: GAGLIOTTA


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PHOTOS: MCCONAGHY


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INTERVIEW

Luxury Interiors

Genesis Interiors, founded by Roberto Lottini in Fort Lauderdale, has worked on some of the most ambitious and exclusive yacht projects.

TEXT: UTA ABENDROTH; PHOTOS: NAME

What sparked your passion for yachts? I remember the launch of the Benetti Nabila (281 ft) in June 1979. It was a beautiful summer day in Viareggio. At that time I was 19 years old and for me as a young student born and raised in Viareggio, it was an historical moment. Even though I did not know I would be entering into the yachting world as my vocation and career choice, I did not know it at the time, but Nabila did awaken something in me that nudged me on the path towards yacht building. You have built up an illustrious reputation for the interior design of yachts. How? The success of Genesis can be attributed to constantly reinventing itself and to adjusting the company’s target to the ever-evolving and sophisticated demand of the market. The key has always been to use the best skills of our team and to pursue the dream that I had that day in October 1994 when

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I started my company. That dream was to blend my original and irreplaceable Italian roots with what I was learning in the countries where I had been working and living, together with the skills of the people that I have worked with. Where do you find your inspiration? I find my inspiration every day and in many different ways. But the main source of my and

Roberto Lottini, Founder and President of Genesis, delivers high-quality interiors.

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my colleagues’ inspiration is working together, developing ideas and confronting our ideas with the artisans we work with, observing them at work and finding the solutions to our challenges together. I have no hesitance in saying that the number one asset of my company is the level of professionalism, skill and talent of my colleagues in the office and craftsmen we work with. What particular challenges does a boat pose when it comes to furnishing its interior? There are numerous aspects that make a yacht interior more complicated compared to a residential interior. First of all the lay-out. It doesn’t matter how large a yacht is, its interior always faces limitations in terms of “use of the space”. The first target for the interior of a yacht is always to find the most efficient way to use the space. Tolerances are minimised and a pinpoint accuracy is required.


ADVISE

Ready for Charter

Yacht Advisor Jason Moreau manages charters, crew services and sales. He is convinced that being on the water is an experience everyone should enjoy. Planning on chartering this season? It’s important to work directly with an experienced charter advisor. A trusted advisor will simplify the booking process, breaking down the expenses, itineraries, expectations and personal requests for a seam-

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less experience. There are many steps to arranging a charter yacht, such as narrowing down a destination, discussing minimum stateroom and amenity requirements, and travel details. Once these have been determined, it’s time to review the best yacht options available within your budget. Please note: It’s important to book your charter well in advance, as popular yachts have very limited availability during peak season. However, most yachts will not book further out than 3 to 6 months prior to the proposed charter date. Understanding the overall cost of a charter: The advertised “charter fee” only covers the cost of the boat and crew. Additional fees like APA (Allowable Provision Allowance) range from 30 to 35%. APA covers food, beverages, dockage, fuel and any other yacht activities expensed during a charter. A non-refundable VAT ranging from 6 to 22% of the charter fee is applied on top of the overall expenses. The VAT is due in the country where the charter begins, which dictates the rate of VAT. Crew gratuity is based solely on the dis-cretion of the charterer and their guests. The industry standard is between 15 and 20% of the charter fee. The charterer has the option to prepay the gratuity or pay it out directly to the crew at the end of the charter.

Choosing a destination: Most charter yachts can be chartered all year round, however yachts relocate based on the season. The charter regions include the Mediterranean Sea, Adriatic Sea, Caribbean Sea, Northern Pacific and Mexico as the primary ports of operations. Your charter broker will be able to tell you about the exact yachts available within these regions. No matter the season, we will be able to assist you in finding the perfect yacht. Choosing a yacht: Depending on the size of the yacht, you’ll be able to accommodate 8 to 12 guests in 4 to 6 staterooms. Yachts over 70 ft (21.34 m) typically have 4 staterooms that sleep up to 8 guests. Yachts over 100 ft (30.48 m) will have 5 to 6 staterooms and sleep 10 to 12 guests. The number of staterooms required is one of the most important details to address when searching for the charter yacht. Your minimum requirements will determine the minimum sized yacht for your charter advisor to begin the search. Yacht amenities: The ultimate yachting experience can include the use of vessel amenities. For example, a Jacuzzi, pool, day spas with onboard massage therapist, hairstylist and manicurist, fully equipped gym, sauna, sundecks, submarine, outdoor and indoor cinemas, helicopter pad, seabobs, jet skis, water slide, airfoils, paddle boards, kiteboards, private onboard chef dining, and much more. The bigger the boat, the more amenities they have to offer. Some of the superyachts have full-sized swimming pools and beach clubs onboard. Gearing up for a charter: Once the charter advisor and charterer confirm the primary yacht and the initial deposit has been received, it’s time for us to create guest preference sheets. These highlight activities on water and land, individual travel arrangements, meal menus based off dietary and allergy restrictions, bar liquors and beverages. Every last detail of the charter will be meticulously handled.

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