As we enter the Christmas season, fleet activity has seemingly slowed, as yards take stock of what has been, or still could yet be signed following the show season. Consequently, November was relatively quiet but The Superyacht Group is well underway collating the mass of data that will comprise the 2015 Annual Report, the industry's most comprehensive analysis of the fleet.
Alloy Yachts launched 44.1m AY54, christened Hey Jude. Read more.
Horizon Yachts announced the launch of Paradise, hull three of the new RP110 raised pilothouse superyacht model. Read more.
ISA Yachts has officially released details of its new construction project, Route 66. Read more.
Mangusta Oceano 42
The Overmarine Group has announced the sale of the in-build Mangusta Oceano 42.
Mulder has reported good progress from its largest superyacht project to date, which is due to be launched in summer 2015. Read more.
Heesen's Alive, equipped with Hull Vane technology, has successfully completed her sea trials. Read more.
3 – 10 November 2014 - two sales completed, four new central agencies announced, and three price reductions made. Read more .
10 – 17 November - two sales completed, six new central agencies announced, and six price reductions made. Read more .
17 – 24 November - three sales completed, two new central agencies announced, and one yacht withdrawn from the market. Read more .
24 November – 1 December - three sales completed, one new central agency announced, and four price reductions made. Read more .
For fleet news, check in daily to SuperyachtNews.com. The above news pieces are just a selection of the fleet activity this month, with full reports of the launches this year appearing on SuperyachtNews.com. We cover fleet activity in more detail within the Superyacht Intelligence Fleet Update section of The Superyacht Report, which covers delivered yachts and yachts in build at all stages of their progress.
Full specifications of all yachts covered can also be found in our online records at SuperyachtIntelligence.com, which are fed daily by our dedicated in house research team.