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Issue 06 - 2017 SUPERYACHT DIGEST The International Superyacht Lifestyle Magazine - BIMONTHLY | DIGITAL

THE INTERNATIONAL SUPERYACHT LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE

S U P E RYAC H T

DIGEST ISSUE #6 MARCH 2017

THE COURAGE TO BE YOURSELF Imagen, Photograph by Axel Crieger (Art Gallery Art Angels, Los Angeles)

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The courage to be yourself Before the launch of the very first printed edition of Superyacht Digest in May, we have decided to dedicate this issue to those figures who with their personality, each on their field, have created a unique style or expressed something new and highly recognizable. Rock, cool! We mean those people who have done something notewhorty and really amazing, by simply expressing theirselves and their joy of life through their "products", above all without any help from marketing activities. Those who in only 6 months have positively captivated the audience, like Sirena Marine. Those who with an innocent presentation at a media lunch, have seduced the audience with an elegant and pure project, like Hamid Bekradi. Those who, like Marco Mehn at Boot DĂźsseldorf, have had the courage to exhibit their strongly innovating artworks, who deserved the compliments by Prince Albert II of Monaco, among designers and shipyards. Those, like Axel Crieger, who have intelligently evoked the difficult deep soul of Frida Kahlo and celebrated the character in a completely different environment, courageously and apparently out of context. Those who with their pure and natural attitude towards the creation of design products become Ambassadors of the Italian excellence and knowhow, or those who, thanks to their strong product and brand identity, are able to create (more than others) great expectation among the public, clients and guests with only a design project. Then come the design capitals, the places to be in order to experience the latest trends not only in terms of design but also in terms of ability of a city to host an event and, consequently, to transform itself accordingly. And finally, Antartica. the ultimate travel experience for those who see luxury as a combination of culture, adventure and... relax.

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CONTENTS 6 SIRENA MARINE AND THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE

Sirena Yachts Interview with Ipek Kiraรง

22 DESIGN CAPITALS

DESIGN WEEKS: Milan, New York, Hong Kong

28 ITALIAN DESIGN DAY

Amer Yachts and F.lli Razeto & Casareto, Italian Design Ambassadors

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EVOLUTION ART: Marco Mehn

PHILIPPE PLEIN

From catwalk to water toys

64 YACHT CHARTER

Legend, unadultarated adventure

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50 AXEL CRIEGER

FRIDA KAHLO The Mexican artist for the first time reimagined by a talented photographer

16 AMARA: The new 120m project unveiled by Oceanco in Dubai

56 EXPERIENCE A POLAR ADVENTURE Antartica: the White Continent

46 WHAT'S NEXT? Hamid Bekradi presents L'Amage

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S H I P YAR D S

SIRENA MARINE AND THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE

by PAMEL A PAC I

Ipek Kiraç is the youngest enterpreneur in the yachting sector. With her 26 years, she is also the youngest in the Forbes List concerning the wealthiest people in Turkey. At only 21 she is appointed as CEO of Sirena Marine, one of the 8 subsidiaries of the Kiraça Group, the company founded by her father in 1998, leader in Turkey in the automotive sector with over 1,300 employed and with a consolidated turnover of around 350 mln Euros. But the story does not end here. She graduates from Koç Private High School in 2002, where today she is Member of the Management Committee, and in 2007, from Brown University with a degree in Biology, university where she still continues her studies with a Master in Public Health. Another, but not secondary, aspect about her life, involves the Suna & Inan Kiraç Foundation, founded by her and her parents in 2003 with the mission to provide material and moral opportunities to individuals and organizations for raising socially-beneficial and patriot citizens, to

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contribute to the social life and accordingly, to conduct activities in education, culture, art and healthcare. The Foundation in 2005 gave birth to the Pera Museum and to the Istanbul Research Institute focused on the Byzantine, Ottoman and Republic Studies. Grown up in a family deeply in love with the sea and navigation, Ipek was studying in America when her father asked her to join the management team at Sirena Marine. The mother fell sick and her presence became suddenly necessary. Today with pride, strong motivation and true passion she drives Sirena Marine, a shipyard that since the year of its foundation in 2006, has manufactured over 300 yachts, becoming one of the most important yacht manufacturer in the Mediterranean area with more than 250 motor yachts and 90 sailboats built to date. © IMAGES (PAG. 7): from the Suna and İnan Kıraç Foundation Orientalist Painting Collection "Intersecting Worlds"

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Sirena Marine was founded as a result of an agreement between Kiraça Holding and world-famous motor yacht manufacturer Azimut - Benetti Group. Today, Sirena Marine produces its own sailboats product lines, under the AZUREE and EUPHORIA brands, in its fully integrated 155,000 square meter facilities and since September 2016 – the year when they celebrated 10 years of success – is present in the motor yacht market with their new brand, Sirena Yachts. In January and March 2017 the International boat shows in Dusseldorf and Miami have seen the globl premiere of their first two units of the new model Sirena 64 and Sirena 56.

while the interior designs bear the signature of Spadolini Design Studio. First presented in Boot Dusseldorf 2017, Sirena 64 is the 20,74-meter first model of the series. German Frers, in charge of her naval architecture exterior design and engineering, emphasizes the customizability and comfort of the design: “There are three optional interior layouts of generous volume for serious world family cruising in great comfort including large glass windows for a good view to the sea and plenty of natural light. The hull design was developed in depth, including testing of three families of models at the Wolfson Unit towing tank facility in Southampton (UK). In addition, seakeeping tests were conducted on a self propelled 1/3 scale model of the hull”.

Both are the result of the care and meticulous attention to detail of Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering,

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The result is a low-drag hull, capable of planing at high speeds, while being very fuel-efficient (20% better than competition at 12-16 knots) and comfortable at typical cruising speeds and in anchor, with the aid of its gyrostabilizers. Drawing from the company’s experience in the automotive sector, the hull is made with a new vinyl ester infusion process, significantly increasing its resistance to the dreaded osmosis blisters and thus ensuring better longevity. Thanks to its 850hp CAT motors the boat can achieve a top speed of up to 27 knots (more powerful motors also offered as an option). At 10 knots cruising speed, her range is up to 1000 miles and the fuel consumption is around 48 liters per hour.

18,68-meter Sirena 56 has the standing of her bigger sister as well. Her construction technology reduces weight and improves construction quality and consistency. Carbon hybrid fabrics were chosen in the design process for improved lightness and strength. Bulkheads are made of sandwich PVC and secondary bonded to the hull with lamination. With its standard 650hp CAT motor configuration, this yacht can achieve a top speed of 29,4 knots. At economy cruising speed she can easily achieve a range of 850 nautical miles. Sirena 56 is also available in two different internal layout options and a more powerful engine configuration can also be arranged.

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MEETING IPEK KIRAÇ it is true, but a sit is all around the world. This situation is really effecting us but there are still some people who are interested in our products and we hope that this situation changes. Our development plans include another Headquarters in Europe for a second facility where to build bigger boats. It is a work-in-progress so I can’t unveil any detail at this moment. What I can say now is that we have to think of the clients, because they have to come to visit the boat during construction, and if for any reason they do not want to come to Turkey, for us it is a problem. I have to do whatever it is necessary in order to achieve our goals.

- INTERVIEW Q: This is the first time you are in this market as motor yacht builder. What is your personal vision and perception of the market, and what are the main key-points of Sirena Yachts? A: This is our first time we present Sirena Marine with our own brand in the motor yacht sector. It is a very difficult but challenging market but we are very confident of what we are able to do. We have been building boats since 2006, sailing yachts under our own brands and motor boats for Azimut. This important experience has given us the occasion to learn and to improve our abilities as manufacturer, giving us the right push to the building of our own models. We are a passion-driven company. We love what we do. Secondly, our team is young and qualified. This factor combined with the capacity of our yard to do everything in house, gives us the possibility to be a good competitor.

Q: Now, let me ask some personal questions to Ipek as young woman – and not as Sirena’s CEO. Who is Ipek and what or who inspires you in your job? A: I am in this sector as CEO of a shipyard but I have a totally different background. I am a biologist, and obtaining a Master in Public Health. And to give a personal answer to your personal question, I can tell you that I was studying in the U.S. when my mother fell sick. My father said “Ipek, come on”. I was the only child and he didn’t want to be alone. So he asked me to join the team of Sirena Marine. And here I am. But it was not difficult to me, boats are a familiar environment for me since all the time I spent with my family when I was a kid was on our

Q: Turkey is living tremendous years with a political situation remaining volatile and possible negative consequences on country’s economy, already affected by a significant drop in tourism. How much does the country’s image impact on your business and on the Made in Turkey? A: In Turkey it is very hard today, yes,

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boat. I mean, the little time we had, since my parents are work-aholics and worked all the time. I grew up on our Swan, designed by German Frers, and heard his name so many times that to me he has always been part of our family. So now that we have entered the motor boat industry, to me, it is a great pleasure to work with him, we have had the honour to design his (German Frers’s) art, we had the honour to design his (German Frers’s) art, with the amazing interiors by Tommaso Spadolini. I have a great team. As to my inspirations, everything I do is inspired by my mother. She was – and she still is – a great woman. I try to continue and to carry on this work exactly as she has tought me. Q: What are your passions?

© Images: from Istagram @ Darwin133

A: Photography, definitely. I usually spend so much time taking photographs. I like the wild nature, leale, trees. I love black and white, landscapes, portraits. It is my favourite hobby, but I have never taken specific lessons yet. I would like to learn more, so to make better pictures.

A: I really do not know, because this industry is very difficult. I have never bought a superyacht – one day I will buy it and German (she said looking at him and smiling, ed) will build the boat! We now build, let’s say, mini superyachts, and what I know is that there is a lack in culture. For example, in Turkey, which as territory and landscape, is almost an Island, because geographically Turkey is surrounded by four seas on three sides and there are so many people in Instanbul for example who have never seen water. So I think we should try to educate people what boating is, to increase the perception of the product. And above all, not only in terms of finished product, but we should make people better involve in all the building process, from the painting to the decision of every single detail.

Q: Ipek, this is the market of UHNWIs – or in other words, top spenders, the richest people, and your name appear in the Forbes List of your country. This is a very unique aspect, you own a real added value, since you also embody your potential client and perfectly know all the driving factors of purchase. What does the yachting market need to grow. Only a little percentage of UHNWI owns a megayacht. How do you think that the yachting market can improve to increse this result?

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way to present yourself as a rock businesswoman, strong, fearless, unconventional? A: It is exaclty what you see. Just my hair, part of who I am. I want to appear exacty as I am. Because for our shipyard it is not a business focused on financial results but rather it is built on our passions. We are very confident in what we are doing that we do not need to adjust according to what people usually expect from a shipyard. WE do not want to be conventional. Of course, we want to achieve good financial results too. But we do not want to be richi with this business. We just want to be proud of what we do. I know that in this industry passioni s a cliche, but for us it is really our mission, our fuel. So te colour of my hair is something connected with our goal, if you want to find out a meaning behind it. I spent my all life acting the way people expected me to. But it is not the way I want to live. And that’s why I have green hair. I do not want to be perceived as rock, but rather, yes, I can say, I am completely involved and excited in what I do. I am very glad about our work. We do not want to build just another boat. But we want to make our owner feel special. From the very first moment of the purchase up to the resell. I do not know the other compagnie but we want to make our owner feel not like a client but like part of our familiy. Every person involved in the boat building process can reach me. This means that the perception we want to give is that all the team, from the workers up to the CEO, is competely dedicated to the project. Otherwise, it would be so frustrating.

Q: I remember your presentation in Cannes. It was for you the first time you talked to the media about Sirena Yachts, it was also the first time you introduce yourself on the International yachting stage. I couldn’t do without notice your hair had some shades of green. Does it have any meaning? Is it a 15

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OCEANCO IS AMARA IN DUBAI

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mara, Oceanco’s newly designed and engineered 120-meter private yacht concept, designed in collaboration with Sam Sorgiovanni Designs was unveiled by His Excellency Saeed Harib, Secretary General of Dubai Sports Council, Vice President and Chairman of Dubai International Marine Club - Mina Seyahi, and Senior Advisor to the Dubai International Boat Show. Oceanco revealed the lifestyle philosophy of creating a yacht designed for extended families and friends. Amara provides unparalleled living and entertainment facilities for up to 20 guests. The contemporary interior with natural timber, stone and textural carpets and fabrics blend to create an inviting and natural environment.

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“In designing the exterior lines of Amara, I wanted to portray a very strong and muscular form that was progressive in design but with a timeless appeal,” says Sorgiovanni. Its long bow accentuates the vessel’s generous proportions. Most importantly, the interior and exterior design work in harmony to create a holistic feeling of a relaxed well-appointed resort.

is a comprehensive wellness area with banya, hammam, beauty treatment lounge and a cinema experience for 16 persons. A waterfall from the upper deck cascades down into the main deck swimming pool. And the main deck is party central, featuring a stunning pool bar, opening balconies and large entertainment areas. The upper deck has an outstanding owner’s apartment with a private plunge pool and openair aft deck dining for 20+ people.

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The gym with a capital view is located on the bridge deck. For intimate gatherings there are two Majilis-style areas aboard. In addition to the cinema on the lower deck, there is a quixotic cabana style open-air cinema on the sun deck. For young guests and those young at heart, there are accommodations for fun sports equipment such a climbing wall and water slides.

Amara reflects Oceanco’s applied evolutionary thinking, allowing clients to shape their way of life onboard. Amara will take you from the crystal waters of the Maldives to the iconic Caribbean islands, from the ancient marvels of the Mediterranean to the golden sands of Sri Lanka, in privacy, safety, and tranquility.

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D ES I G N

DESIGN CAPITALS FROM MILAN TO NEW YORK by GREG ROSS

Salone del Mobile.Milano is currently finessing the upcoming 56th edition, which boasts a new format for the classic section and two events providing unprecedented visualisations of contemporary design and the workspace. The Salone’s close partnership with Milan is key, making the city and the event the capital of design. Salone del Mobile.Milano is the sector’s acknowledged showcase for excellence and quality and the international appointment for those who work in it. It also attracts more than 300,000 visitors from over 165 different countries with its comprehensive and extensive range of goods – from furnishings to lighting to the workspace. Fiera Milano Rho from 4th to 9th April 2017. SUPERYACHT DIGEST | March 2017

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Milano talks about design 4/9 APRIL 2017 The Milan Design Week was born spontaneously in the early eighties by the companies operating in the furniture and industrial design industry. Even to this day the individual promoters organize themselves to create a great collective event that focuses during the month of April, to coincide with the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan. The events are in fact mainly located in the showrooms of companies participating, which are scattered throughout the city. However there are some neighborhoods of Milan who have taken a leading role throughout the history of the Fuori Salone, becoming true icons. Over time were devoted its entire areas to temporary exhibitions during the week of design, it is often former industrial wasteland that companies take in management for that period in order to create great points of interest, rich not only in exhibitions of the various products, but also performance and works of various kinds. ___________________________ PAOLA LENTI at Fabbrica Orobia from 4 to 9 April 2017

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NYC X DESIGN, A CELEBRATION OF GLOBAL DESIGN 3-24 MAY 2017 NYCxDESIGN is New York City’s official citywide celebration of design. Spanning all disciplines of design, NYCxDESIGN creates a collaborative platform for cultural and commercial opportunities, elevates established and emerging design practices and increases awareness of and appreciation for design by all audiences. The NYC design industry generates over $555 million in City tax revenue annually. Now in its fifth installment, the event this year will include over 500 events throughout the five boroughs from May 3 – 24, 2017. “New York City is the proud home to more than 7,500 firms that employ over 50,000 designers and generate over $555 million each year in city tax revenue. The fifth annual NYCxDESIGN reflects that growth with expanded programming that will highlight our talented designers, schools and businesses,” said NYCEDC President Maria Torres-Springer.

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COLLECTIVE DESIGN Collective Design brings together creative voices from around the world in a lively, essential discourse on modern and contemporary design and art. Based in New York City and active in the arts community throughout the year, Collective Design presents engaging conversations and educational programs to foster dialogue, encourage the exchange of ideas, and build a growing audience for collectible design and art. Programming culminates each May in the annual Collective Design fair, which showcases masterworks of the 20th and 21st centuries alongside experimental works from the next generation of global talent. The fair, celebrating its fifth anniversary in 2017, illuminates both the creative process and the diversity of our material culture, promoting a spirit of discovery that resonates with new and seasoned collectors alike. collectivedesignfair.com

THE ARCHITECTURE OF FRAGRANCE Fragrance design studio Joya and architecture and design firm Taylor and Miller join forces for NYCxDESIGN to present a limited edition scented product and temporary installation with a unique fragrance delivery system to provoke and inspire the senses. joyastudio.com

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Michele De Lucchi, the most prominent architecural figure in the century, at the bodw 2016

focusing on a range of themes, with over 20 major and concurrent exhibitions and events throughout the week. The number of participants in the BODW Summit reached over 100,000. Presented in Hong Kong for 15 years, BODW has become a valuable platform for design and industry leaders around the world to network, exchange ideas and explore business cooperation.

HONG KONG - Business of Design Week 2016 concluded on high note anticipation for BODW 2017 partner country Italy

Taken place in December 2016, the BODW 2016 Summit gathered over 60 top design professionals and executives from around the world - including a sizeable group of creative experts from Chicago, this year’s partner city, to share their insights and stories, and Design Powerhouse Italy explore new ideas and trends in design, As BODW successful wrapped up business, technology and brands. another year, its organiser Hong Kong During the conference, the Hong Design Centre (HKDC) announced Kong Design Centre (HKDC) also Italy will be next year’s partner hosted its annual Design for Asia country. Renowned worldwide as a (DFA) Awards Presentation Ceremony, powerhouse in style and design, Italian which celebrated outstanding design artists and artisans have led the way achievements in Asia, and nurtured in areas including décor and interior local young designers as well as design design, fashion, automobile, and school graduates. In the final plenary, architecture. Since the Renaissance audience was delighted when it was period and even before, Italy’s cultural announced that BODW 2017’s partner impact has been extensive and farcountry will be none other than Italy. reaching. The HKDC will be honoured to have Italy as its 2017 partner and With great support and participation looks forward to a grand programme from the entire design industry, this for next year’s BODW. year's BODW hosted 13 sessions bodw.com

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AMER YACHTS AND F.LLI RAZETO & CASARETO, ITALIAN DESIGN AMBASSADORS

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he Italian Ministry for Foreign Affairs initiative - Italian Design Day - was coordinated by Confidustria and UCINA as the representative body for the leisure boat sector. The event will be held on May 2 2017, as day of celebration of Italian flair and creativity. It will span 100 different events in 100 different cities across the world. The aim of the initiative is to showcase the very essence of Made in Italy through the SUPERYACHT DIGEST | March 2017

work of 100 leading exponents whose stories illustrate how Italian design impacted their products and earned them success on markets all over the world. This is creativity focused on creating industrial design that delivers innovative user-friendly solutions. Functional, ingenious objects that share one vital common denominator: they are all intrinsically beautiful and aesthetically-rewarding thanks to their peerless Italian style. 28


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The Triennale di Milano, which developed the event concept, selected 100 companies representing the various production areas in which Italian design has come to epitomise excellence.

in the finest Italian tradition. The former is a yacht-building yard, the latter a manufacturer of luxury door handles for the nautical industry. But thanks to their meticulous crafting of their product, and powerful technology and design focus, both companies have come to the fore in their respective areas. In fact, they have become standard-bearers for Made in Italy, conquering markets across the globe.

100 ambassadors for Italian design’s international potential and success, chosen through a panel of authoritative industry associations. Naturally enough, the Italian nautical sector, which leads the world in luxury yacht production, was included. The latter sector comprises brands that have become international standard-bearers for their focus on delivering superbly high quality and meticulous crafting. The end resulting being, of course, beautiful yachts to which a whole string of businesses contribute to complete the complex jigsaw required to achieve true excellence.

Representing their respective companies, Barbara Amerio and Giangi Razeto will be talking about their professional and business experience. They will also each present a product made by their brand, that embodies Italian design values in general and Italian nautical design values in particular. Amer Yachts will the ambassador at the Italian Design Day organised at Madinat al-Kuwait. The event in the Kuwaiti capital city takes place on March 5 rather than March 2 to avoid a clash with a major local festival. F.lli Razeto & Casareto, on the other hand, will represent Italy at the Italian Design Day planned for the Maltese capital, La Valletta.

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PHILIPPE PLEIN DESIGNING THE JOY OF LIFE

by PAMEL A PAC I

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dedication to the extraordinary, a devotion to beauty and a passion for rock and roll are the strong character traits that have compelled Philipp Plein to give rise to a brand notorious for both unbridled luxury and edgy style.

most important museums and cultural exhibits. In 1998 he entered the world of design by producing exclusive furnishings in steel and leather initially for family and friends, which soon became a full time professional activity, demanding enough for Plein to abandon his law studies.

Philipp Plein was born in Munich in 1978 and educated in Switzerland and Germany. His strong interest in art, architecture and foreign cultures was shaped early in life through the extensive travels of his family, providing exposure as a child to the world’s

His involvement in leather craftsmanship led him to experiment with leather garments and accessories, and finally to launch his own fashion brand in 2004.

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The company continued to grow and two major milestones were reached in 2008 with the opening of the first flagship store in Monte Carlo and the first commercial showroom in Milan. As the young, affluent consumer continued

to discover this fresh unconventional brand, Philipp Plein concentrated on creating a world class production network, thereby guaranteeing the unsurpassed level of luxury demanded by his discerning clientele.

The market has applauded this insightful collection that combines young, rock and roll style with impeccable quality, and the world of PHILIPP PLEIN is enjoying a phenomenal success today with showrooms in Europe and North America more than 36 monobrand stores, over 500 retail clients worldwide, a double digit rate of expansion, and currently a turnover of over one hundred million Euro. Philipp Plein lives by his creed of breaking rules and barriers, doing

the unexpected and shaking people out of their complacence, while never ignoring the main objective of having fun and enjoying life.

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According to Franca Sozzani, at the time she was editor in Chief of Vogue Italia,”Philipp Plein is unique because he has a joy of life. He doesn’t want to be a fashionista, he makes fashion because he loves women. This is a specific, special attitude because he is one of the few.”

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The latest fashion show was a personal love letter to the neighborhoods of New York. In a city where everyone is a stranger, where everyone is from somewhere else, neighborhoods are what make New York home. A closer

inspection reveals that prints and patches also tell a tale of New York.: the symbols of a dollar bill, the Statue of Liberty and FBI (‘Fashion Beyond Imagination’).

The words ‘Neighborhood Kings’ are emblazoned throughout the collection because, in this show, everyone – no matter where they come from – is a king of their own hood.

between streetwear and couture: an embroidered evening dress is worn with a bomber jacket; an intarsia mink coat paired with a hoodie; thigh-high sneakers next to chinchilla heeled boots. This New York gang is free to express themselves however they want and free to dress however they feel. Their strength is in their individuality and their differences are what unify them.

There are no barriers here: music, style, race, gender, everything is mixed together. There is no distinction between women’s and menswear: the girls wear boys’ t-shirts and hoodies; the boys wear girls’ jackets and even dresses. There is no distinction

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furnishing collection in 1998. Since then, the PHILIPP PLEIN brand has been an unstoppable success, offering an eclectic style that fears no comparisons.

“Regret Nothing”. An expression that can be interpreted to mean “no limits” or “no rules” in interior design. A way of thinking that Philipp Plein proudly applies to everything he does, without any regrets. He imposes his unmistakable, unique, unconventional and provocative style on his entire range, from clothing to accessories, from home furnishings to toys for adults and children alike, reinterpreting the aesthetic canons of underground cultures in extra-luxury terms. His is an unprejudiced and constantly evolving design.

Featuring cosmopolitan influences, fine materials and details drawn from all PHILIPP PLEIN creations, the Home Collection represents the very essence of the brand. It deliberately breaks boundaries and is sometimes even over-the-top, but never dull, always taking things to the limit. It comprises upholstered furniture, chairs, tables, lights, household linen and furnishing fabrics, as well as guitars and skateboards with astonishing decoration elements, including razorlike sharp studs.

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Water toys - SPECIAL EDITION Philippe Plein

At the Cannes Yachting Festival 2016 Tender.Toys presented the first SUP Moki 7’11� designed for Philipp Plein. The Special Edition was anticipated at the Montenapoleone Yacht Club in Milan in May. Under the brand "Sea Warriors", founded in 2012 in Trieste with the aim to offer to sea lovers products of high range that well combine the efforts of science with respect to the environment, Tender.Toys presented Hurricane (Special Edition Philippe Plein), an aquatic creature unprecedented, capable of reconciling the handling and comfort of a boat with the amazing performances and fun of a jet ski. Cutting-edge products that are not afraid of the competition, designed to offer to their owners useful means both as tenders and water toys, easy to carry and maneuverable. tenders.toys

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A R T IST S

EVOLUTION ART AND HIGH TECH APPROACH BY CAM I L A FAWC ETT

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arco Mehn calls it: Evolution Art. This means that by all his techniques and materials he creates emotional key visuals of today’s lifestyle.

Not only in Europe he is an accepted and - by having sold a row of masterpieces - successful artist, painter and creator of 3D-objects, with thirty years’ experience in the art scene and business. He consistently ensures the creativity, quality and style of a trendsetter in modern painting, design and handling visual effects.

The archetypes of mankind (“The Big Five”; “Resurrection” or “Evolution Forever”) or the iconic heroes of music and aristocratic glamour (“Michael Jackson”; “Tribute to Grace Kelly”) are subjects of his remarkable and always impressive artistic style.

His vision is to depict modern ambiance and technique, let it influence an expressive, emotionalizing object and thus establish a “pioneering artwork”.

Like a mirror he reflects the luxurious taste and the ‘art of living” of today and tomorrow.

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He considers himself an “Evolution artist”, someone who gives the art of today a glimpse how it will develop not only in the view of the art community but of all those who can afford such unique pieces of artwork as part of their lifestyle. So he reaches new target groups, as buyers and later collectors. This evolution addresses the taste and ambition for luxury, not only the sophisticated spirit of art museums.

he established as an entrepreneur a company (with 80 employees) in the art niche of innovative and creative framing. Since the year 2000 he has concentrated all his efforts in combining his knowledge in topmaterials with an enormous creativity in painting. As one of the most-sought artist with -3D-Objects (sculpture like “El Diablo”or a world-famous BMWMini-Car with 20 hand-applied paints, three finishes and 40.000 Swarovski crystals.) he has had exhibitions in Munich (first in 2001), Vienna, Basel, Geneva, Monte Carlo, Paris and Dubai.

“Hopefully my glamorous art of causing emotions is a great benefit for everybody. Not only for the traditional art community but for all those who simply like and enjoy it but do not visit a museum or vernissage every day.”

Now he is heading for the United States and the UK. Hundreds of well sold pictures or objects in a prize range up to 325.000 $ are a sucess as such. Up to now not in galleries or via auctions but only at high-class fairs or luxury events like the ‘Masters of LXRY’ in 2016. This participation shows that buyers who like his style and collect his artwork give him the freedom to continuously follow his own way pf presenting it.

As a master of Multi-mixed-media technique his work is outstanding throughout Europe. From gold, silver and crystals to oil, chalk, dust and sand, everything gives his mult-dimensional pictures the typical touch. In 2004 Marco Mehn has created (and is using since then) a unique steel- or aluminium-technique. The metal is not only the perfect frame but the pre-lasered material he is painting on, sometimes with a multitude of metal layers (3D-effect). It’s called Space Frame and he has a global patent on it since 2006.

As an example of those who love his artwork His Serene Highness The Sovereign Albert II Prince of Monaco can be mentioned. Not only a wedding gift (in 2011) of Marco Mehn’s artwork “My Great Love” is part of his palace. More than that the artist was invited to Monte Carlo again and again. Marco presented to him a painting of his mother, Princess Gracia, the former American actress Grace Kelly. Spontaneously The Prince knelt down and hand-signed the painting (sse picture below) with the promise that this unicum can be auctioned for a charity cause.

In 2010 he added the fourth dimension into the 3D-paintings by integrating LED-light, in 2016 combined with half-round "Spacy balls". Worldwide he is the only artist working with this sophisticated high-tech approach. Born in 1967 in Germany, Marco Mehn is a self-taught artist. He started his career aged 19 years. Until 1999

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WHAT'S NEX T?

HAMID BEKRADI SUPERYACHT CONCEPT L'AMAGE 190 BY PAMEL A PAC I

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available technologies,”. He describes his approach as: “My background is in car design, so in this project I applied a similar approach to that of the "show cars" whereby lowering the concerns over the budget, designers will be given more freedom to envision ideas and solutions that normally could not be obtained in a project with tight budget limits."

L’Amage measures 190 meters of overall length (LOA) and a beam of 28.6 meters. Passenger capacity of 30 guests, 14 staterooms plus a private apartment for the owner, and 70 crew members. The inspiration behind this project was to design a "Futuristic Superyacht Style" that goes beyond a mere concept and yet stays within the borders of "Concept Plausibility" and “Technical Feasibility" based on today’s technology and manufacturing techniques. Hence the project was developed in close collaboration with naval architects. Christoph Kuhnert from the Yacht Naval Architects (YNA) in Hamburg has consulted HBD Studios on the general feasibility of the concept and the hull shape since the beginning of the project. According to its designer, Hamid Bekradi, "This project was a challenge to see how far we can take the exterior styling of a superyacht towards a modern and futuristic look, which is still feasible based on today's

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NO DOMES… FLAT PANEL SATELLITE a minimalist style with clean lines. The hull ANTENNAS REPLACE THE UNSIGHTLY design represents an inverted bow, an inclined SATELLITE DOMES… character line running through the whole L’Amage is the first new build superyacht length of the hull creates a strong dynamic and project to that is incorporating the flat panel sleek shape. satellite technology by KYMETA®. The Kymeta One of the iconic elements in the exterior design solution can entirely replace the unsightly of L’Amage is a disk-shaped helideck, located satellite domes on top of the yacht, which has at the bow area with two wings protruding on been an industry standard for decades. The either side highlighting the futuristic style by Kymeta solution is a further future proofing of fusing a spaceship-aeronautical look with yacht the yacht as it is designed to work with today's as design elements. The wings accommodate a set well as future satellite constellations providing of flat panel satellites and navigation lights. future proof communications. The flat satellite panels can be easily installed anywhere behind The main deck in the aft area offers the proper the exterior walls of the superstructure of space for an outdoor lifestyle, with a stunning the yacht and as a result a much lighter and infinity swimming pool suspended outside of slimmer antenna mast can be designed, freeing the main deck. Below this, in the mezzanine up a significant amount of space in the sundeck lower deck, a cozy balcony area faces the sea area of the superyacht, which In the case of with an embedded fireplace for lounging L’Amage, that extra space is used to create a outside, even during colder seasons. rooftop lounge area with a bar and sitting area, In the aft side of the superstructure, on the a dancefloor and an infinity swimming pool. third floor, two parallel walkways converge FUTURISTIC LOOK OF TOMORROW into a circular balcony suspended in the air, The exterior styling of L’Amage, represents forming the yacht’s signature observation deck, for guests to enjoy uninterrupted sea views. SUPERYACHT DIGEST | March 2017

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HBD Studios is currently working on a 75 meter, explorer-version derivative of the L’Amage for a client. It will carry the same exterior styling elements of the L’Amage 190 with a modern and minimalist style interiors.

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P H OTOG R AP H ER S

FRIDA IMAGINED BY AXEL CRIEGER by MARTHA GILL

Axel Criger's digital paintings are an homage to the Mexican painter Frida Kahlo de Rivera (1907–1954). Inspired by Mexican popular culture, Frida Kahlo employed a naïve folk art style to explore questions of identity, postcolonialism, gender, class, and race in Mexican society. Her paintings often had strong autobiographical elements and mixed realism with fantasy. In addition to belonging to the post-revolutionary Mexicanidad movement, which sought to define a Mexican identity, Kahlo has been described as a Surrealist or magical realist. Her work has been celebrated internationally as emblematic of Mexican national and indigenous traditions, and by feminists for its uncompromising depiction of the female experience and form.

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First hit by polio as a child, and at eighteen seriously injured in a traffic accident, which caused her pain and medical problems for the rest of her life, Kahlo began to entertain the idea of becoming an artist during her long recovery. She was also interested in politics and in 1927 joined the Mexican Communist Party. Through the Party, she met the celebrated muralist Diego Rivera. They were married in 1928, and remained a couple until Kahlo's death. The relationship was volatile due to both having extramarital affairs; they divorced in 1940, but remarried the following year. MUDEC - MILAN, 2018 In 2018 MUDEC will host a special tribute to Frida Kahlo with an exhibition of oil paintings, drawings, watercolours, letters and photographs. The works, come from the most important museums of Mexico and the United States.

AXEL CRIEGER

His Digital Paintings are composed of a variety of photographic quotes, designs, draw and special effects to create photographic images, which have never been photograp His art has foundCrieger's empty nails on walls in places around the world and is are represente Axel Digital Paintings various international galleries and international Art Shows.

composed of a variety of photographic Axel Crieger has studied visual communications and hasand worked special as a photographer, quotes, designs, drawings director and designer for international clients in New York, Los Angeles, Paris, Londo effects to create photographic images, Milan. He has created books, TV shows, exhibitions, commercials and a variety of de which and large paintings.have never been photographed. His art has found empty nails on walls He met with Andy Warhol and got published in INTERVIEW Magazine. in places around the world and is international Josephrepresented Beuys painted over one by of his various exhibits and declared it BEST OF THE SHOW galleries and international Art Shows. Oscar and Golden Globe winner Michael Blake published his book AMERICAN NIG Booksignings York, Los Angeles and Chicago. Axelin New Crieger has studied

visual communications and hasawards worked as ain smal His work has garnered critical acclaim and numerous and is available editions. photographer, director and designer for international clients in New York, Los Angeles, Paris, London and Milan. He has created books, TV shows, exhibitions, commercials and a variety of designs and large paintings. Joseph Beuys painted over one of his exhibits and declared it BEST OF THE SHOW. Oscar and Golden Globe winner Michael Blake published his book AMERICAN NIGHT. His work has garnered critical acclaim and numerous awards and is available in small editions.


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ANTARTIC EMOTIONS

D ES T I N AT I ON S

MEET THE LOCALS

50 YEARS OF ANTARCTIC EXPLORATION by CAMIL A FAWC ETT


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hen Lars-Eric Lindblad, now considered the father of eco-tourism, led the first-ever citizenexplorer expedition to Antarctica 1966, he invented the category of expedition travel. Along with him were 57 pioneering individuals, intrepid travelers, ready to embrace the notion of going where only professional explorers or scientists had gone before. A 50+ year heritage of Antarctic travel On September 20, 1958, Lars-Eric Lindblad, considered by many to be the “father of ecotourism,” opened the doors to his new company, Lindblad travel. in New York City. As his company grew, he looked for new places on the map. In 1966 he brought the first group of “citizen explorers” to Antarctica. Over the subsequent 50+ years since, under the direction of his son, Sven Lindblad, his collective polar intelligence has grown exponentially through consecutive voyages, bringing his knowledge of Antarctica to a greater degree than any other company voyaging there. 57

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JOURNEY TO ANTARTICA: THE WHITE CONTINENT As pioneers in exploration, National Geographic and Lindblad Expeditions share a passion for adventure, discovery, and conservation. The 148-guest National Geographic Explorer and 102-guest National Geographic Orion are purpose-built Antarctic expedition ships designed to safely explore Antarctica— the most remote, wild place on the planet. They are fully stabilized, ice-class vessels with ice-strengthened hulls strong enough to push through the Antarctic ice. It is a privilege to visit Antarctica, one of the planet’s most pristine places, and to this privilege, National Geographic Explorer and National Geographic Orion adds the luxury of comfort—a quality of shipboard life and a philosophy of wellness designed to relax and rejuvenate body, mind, and spirit. There’s no need to dress up ever; life aboard is casual all the way. There’s no assigned seating in the dining room—whether you choose the dining room or one of your ships’ more casual dining spaces. In fact, SUPERYACHT DIGEST | March 2017

many tables accommodate uneven numbers, making for easy mingling and the fun of sharing breakfast, lunch, or dinner with different new friends, staff or guest speakers. There are many reasons to explore Antartica. Remote. Untrammeled. Spectacular.

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• Antarctica wildlife: scores of penguins and whales; • Ice: an entire museum of colossal and magical ice forms defying description; • The dashing history of the Heroic Age of Exploration.


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at the ready, plus cards, and games. On warm days, the ships’ expansive decks, furnished with tables, chairs, and chaises lounges, collects readers, watercolorists, journalers, and more.


Cabins are an inviting place to end your active day. You’ll find the bathroom stocked with organic botanical products. And your bed is cossetted in our signature feather duvet with an organic cotton cover and cotton sheeting.

The lounge is the heart of the expedition community; the place for Recaps, where the photographers aboard set up their laptops to organize photo files. The bow is another place where guests mingle with staff when underway to scan the sea for marine mammals.

Sauna, massage therapy and body treatments, inspired by the purity of the Antarctic environment are available in the wellness center, offering the best way to end an active day of exploring.

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ITINERARY OVERVIEW Aboard National Geographic Explorer / National Geographic Orion

Lindblad Expedition’s pioneering polar heritage and 50 years of experience navigating polar geographies means assurance of safe passage in one of the wildest sectors of the planet. DAY 1 U.S./Fly to Buenos Aires, (Explorer) or Santiago (Orion)

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Depart U.S. this evening on an overnight flight to Buenos Aires (Explorer) or Santiago (Orion).

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Journey across the Drake Passage. Lying between Cape Horn and the Antarctic Peninsula, the Drake holds a unique place in maritime lore. Sometimes misty and gray, other times calm and clear, crossing the legendary Drake Passage is unforgettable - a milestone in any adventurer's personal travel history.

DAY 2 Overnight Hotel in Buenos Aires (Explorer) or Santiago (Orion). Guests traveling aboard National Geographic Explorer arrive this morning in cosmopolitan Buenos Aires, set on the Rio de la Plata, and check in to the fine Sofitel Buenos Aires (or similar). In the afternoon, guided overview of the city, seeing its Beaux Arts palaces, grand boulevards, and the famous balcony forever associated with Eva Peron.

____________________________________________________________ DAY 5-10 Nearly 24 hours of daylight means having the possibility to experience the unexpected: perhaps watching a 40-ton whale surface off the bow. One day, you may take a Zodiac foray amid towering bergs under a bright sun, walk along the shoreline amid a huge penguin colony, hike to a summit for a breathtaking view, or kayak along a cliff-side rookery in search of blue-eyed shags. And the next, you’ll have the thrill of watching the ship crunch through the pack ice.

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EXTENSIONS IGUAZÚ FALLS Taller than Niagara, Iguazú Falls is also twice as wide with 275 cascades spread in a horseshoe shape over nearly two miles of the Iguazú River. Situated in Iguazú National Park in northeastern Argentina, this natural sanctuary is a UNESCO World Heritage site, owing to its beautiful landscapes and subtropical forest, with 450 species of birds.

DAY 11-12 As we sail back to Ushuaia, an albatross or two may join the avian escort of seabirds that cross our bow, and our spotters will keep an eye out for marine life. There’ll be plenty of time to enjoy a wellness treatment, log some time in the gym, or catch up on the book you haven’t had a minute to read. Talks from our staff will reflect on all you have seen and learned.

EASTER ISLAND One of the most mysterious places on earth: Easter Island. Home to silent sentinels of a long lost culture, this tiny island is located 2,300 miles west of Chile in the Pacific Ocean and almost 1,200 miles from its nearest island neighbor. Learn about the ancient Rapa Nui culture that grew up in isolation. Discover with key archaeologists where these people came from and why they carved more than 600 giant moai and stone statues.

____________________________________________________________ DAY 13-14 Disembark Ushuaia/Fly to Buenos Aires (Explorer) or Santiago (Orion)/Home Disembark in Ushuaia with some time to explore before proceeding to the airport for our LAN charter flight. Expeditions.com Nationalgeographicexpeditions.com

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YACH T CH A R T ER

LEGEND UNADULTERATED ADVENTURE by CAMIL A FAWC ETT

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ne of a kind is a term often used when talking about superyachts but this one is different. Legend cruises a new course in yacht charter offering pure unadulterated adventure, thrills and fun with all the luxuries you would come to expect of a superyacht from world-class cuisine to a dedicated spa centre. Unique luxury ice-breaking yacht, able to accomodate more than 12 guests, built as a fully classified Class 1 ice-breaking ship, Legend has been converted at the Icon Yachts shipyard into a superb charter yacht with the project management of Verkerk Yachting Projects. Legend is capable of carrying 26 guests in total luxury, without losing her safety and strength as an icebreaker. Alongside the completion of the technical and system upgrades of this magnificent yacht, extensive modifications to her exterior were made. The stern has been extended by 3.6 meters and is equipped with a swim platform and a swimming pool. The helicopter landing pad is commercially certified and a submarine is stored in a garage on the forward deck. The helicopter and submarine will be offered for charters at an extra cost. She also features a gym, a Balinese spa with sauna, Jacuzzi and beauty salon, a movie theatre and entertainment system, medical suite, swimming pool and any toy you can imagine from paddle boards to jet-skis to snow scooters.

Legend's interior configuration has been designed to comfortably sleep up to 26 guests in 13 cabins, including a master suite, two VIP suites, four double staterooms and six twin staterooms (all of them convertible to double staterooms).

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She is also capable of carrying up to 19 crew on board, plus an extra 10 expedition crew (doctor, ice-pilot, expedition leaders, naturalists, etc), which will ensure the most relaxed luxury yacht experience combined with the thrills of an unparalleled discovery adventure.

Legend is available for charters in the more remote areas of the world, such as South America, Antarctica, Greenland, the Norwegian Fjords and the Arctic circle. SPECIFICATIONS BUILDER: ICON YACHTS BUILT: 1973 | 2016 LENGTH: 77.4M BEAM: 13.63M CONSTRUCTION: STEEL + ALUMINIUM GUESTS: 26 CABINS: 13 CREW: 19 CABIN CONFIGURATION: 1 MASTER, 2 VIP, 5 DOUBLE, 5 CONVERTIBLE ENGINES: 2 X BOLNES (4,000HP) CRUISING SPEED: 10 KNOTS

CHARTER RATES IN ANTARTICA | Camper & Nicholsons • Winter: Eur 560,000 / week • Summer Eur 460,000 / week

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