Top 8 Yachting News Articles of 2017

Check out the top viewed articles in 2017 from the Yachting website.

December 15, 2017

We dug up the data and these were the top viewed articles in 2017 from the Yachting website.

Sinking Superyacht Yogi

Sinking Superyacht Yogi
Sinking superyacht Yogi Courtesy GoPro

GoPro released footage of the sinking of superyacht Yogi more than 5 years after the yacht sank. The footage is a heart-pounding, dizzying first-person point of view from the Coast Guard rescue team.

Lürssen Launch

403′ Jupiter Courtesy DrDuu

The 403-foot Jupiter hits the water for the first time this year. She now breaks the top 20 on several of the web’s “largest yachts in the world” lists.


FLIBS 2017

FLIBS 2017
FLIBS 2017 Yachting

Who doesn’t love walking the docks of a boat show? Relive the 2017 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in this gallery.

Abeking & Rasmussen Launch

Abeking & Rasmussen
Abeking & Rasmussen’s Aviva Courtesy Abeking & Rasmussen

2017 was a big year for big yachts and Abeking & Rasmussen launched one of the biggest. The German shipyard celebrated a record-breaking build with the launch of the 321-foot Aviva.

The Delta Carbon 60 Open

Delta Carbon 60 Open
The Delta Carbon 60 Open Courtesy Delta Carbon

The 60-foot Delta Carbon made her U.S. debut at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show this year and it seems Yachting fans were pretty excited. We get it. We were, too.


Video: Maritimo S59

Maritimo S59
The Maritimo S59 Courtesy Maritimo

While we were in Australia for the Sydney International Boat Show, we took the Maritimo S59 for a spin. Our video from the sea trial was a hit with the Yachting audience.

Amels Inks a Big Deal

A new 256-foot yacht by Amels. Courtesy Amels

Amels had a big 2017 — literally. This year the Netherlands-based shipyard inked a deal for its biggest-volume superyacht. The 256-foot yacht by designer Espen Øino will be a fully custom build.

A New Technohull Debut

Technohull, SV909, RIB, tenders
Technohull’s new SV909 reportedly tops out at 62 knots. Courtesy Technohull

Technohull debuted a tender that caught our audeince’s attention this year. Meet the SV909 tender — Technohull’s 29-foot tender has a three-step hull design.


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