McMullen & Wing has completed the launch of it’s 50m luxury expedition motor yacht, code named Y/N 1016.

After the yacht was launched she was secured at McMullen & Wing’s private marina where it will remain for several days before being moved to Auckland’s Viaduct Harbour.

The superyacht is the second in the Diamond series, the largest vessel built by Mcmullen & Wing and the heaviest yacht launched on their slipway.

Designed by Greg Marshall, she has a striking sky-blue hull and bright yellow boot stripe with a white superstructure and extensive glazing.

The 50m superyacht has a range of 6000nm and McMullen & Wing believes this vessel epitomises the yards drive to build the world’s most capable luxury yachts.

Chief Executive Michael Eaglen paid tribute to the hundreds of workers who have contributed their time and skills to build the yacht. He acknowledged the families of the workers for their support and invited them to share in the achievement of the yacht.

The new yacht will remain in Auckland while she receives her finishing touches over the coming weeks. The yacht’s name will remain under wraps for the time being.


LOA: 50m

Exterior Designer: Greg Marshall

Range : 6000nm



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