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With 2019 coming to an end and 2020 right around the corner, yacht builders around the world are gearing up to release new ships. In preparation for the coming new year, we put together a list of five of the yacht brands we’re watching in 2020.
Mangusta Yachts are truly one of a kind. They blend modern design, luxurious comfort, and each ship is crafted with exquisite attention to detail.
These yachts are truly a testament to quality Italian manufacturing. Having created a number of luxurious mega-yachts over the years, 2020 is poised to be another excellent year with the release of the Mangusta Oceano 50.
Designed by Alberto Mancini, this is the first model that is being released in the steel displacement series. Clocking in at 50 meters in length (164 feet), spares no expense on the interior or exterior but still comes in under 500GT.
This yacht features a number of amenities like a beach club located on the bow, a swim platform, a private luxury villa, and a high-tech cockpit. It also has a number of swimming areas including a counter-current swimming pool and a jacuzzi.
The interior lighting has been designed with intent, creating a light ambiance during the day and an inviting atmosphere at night. The lights also complement the multi-colored finishes throughout the ship, including blues and turquoises.
Benetti is another Italian ship maker that is known for doing things that no other yacht builders are doing. So it’s no surprise that we are excited to see what this company has in store for 2020.
Having built several yachts more than 350 feet in length, this company is producing yachts that are impressive based on the sheer size alone.
One of the latest builds from the Benetti Shipyard is the Simon Fraser, an ultimate Ice Class explorer yacht. This vessel is built to explore anywhere from Alaska to Antarctica.
The ship can easily accommodate up to 24 guests and features a touch and go helipad for easy access. The ship has a range of 11,000 nautical miles, so is built for exploring the open ocean.
Lürssen is a German shipyard that has been building vessels since 1875. They have produced a number of high-class yachts over the years, and 2020 looks to be no exception.
Project Opus, formerly known as Redwood, is scheduled for delivery in 2020. This boat was designed by Nuvolari & Lenard and has accommodations for 36 guests in 20 staterooms.
Measuring in at 142 meters, this ship is no small deal. The boat is said to have efficient, long-range cruising capabilities to facilitate global exploration. The construction is being overseen by the Moran Yacht & Ship New Construction Team.
Heesen Yachts is a Dutch shipbuilder that has been producing yachts since 1978. Since it’s birth, it has launched more than 170 ships, many of which have won the company awards.
Heesen Yachts is considered to be a world leader in the design, construction, and engineering of aluminum yachts. 2020 looks to be another year of groundbreaking releases from Heesen.
Project Pollux is a 55-meter luxury yacht that was designed by Omega Architects. The interior of the ship was designed by Bannenberg and Rowell. The ship can accommodate twelve guests in five staterooms.
This ship features a number of luxurious amenities like floor to ceiling windows, a wellness center, a sundeck, and spacious outdoor areas. The ship is also fuel-efficient and has modern stability technology.
Fincantieri is currently the largest shipbuilder in Europe and the fourth largest in the world, so it should be no shock that they’ve made our list. Founded in 1959, this company has been a leader in the industry for the past several decades.
Fincantieri is set to release a massive steel yacht in 2020, measuring in at 443 feet. This mega-yacht project was done in cooperation with the A Group.
The yacht can accommodate 14 guests and 6 staff and has 2300 square meters of living space. The yacht features two helidecks, a garage for two 12 meter limo tenders, a submarine, and an infinity pool.