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Megayacht Builder Directory 2006 Page 3

A-B | C-H | I-P | Q-W

Hull Material Abreviations: A = Aluminum, S = Steel, F = Fiberglass, W = Wood

International Shipyard of Ancona (ISA)
Ancona, Italy
Contact: Marcello Maggi or Francesca Ferucci
(011) 39 071 502191
Construction: F, A, S

Kingship Marine
Kowloon, Hong Kong
Contact: Carmen Lau
(011) 852 2530 4848
Construction: A, S
An expedition-style 110-footer splashed in May of this year. With exterior design by Ward Setzer and interior design by the Kingship Design Group (emphasizing the four Chinese elements of wood, water, fire, and soil), she’s claimed to be the first yacht in Asia built to Lloyd’s class and the MCA Code.

Lazzara Yachts
Tampa, FL.
Contact: Dick Lazzara
(813) 835-5300
Construction: F

LeClercq Marine Construction
Seattle, WA
Contact: Sam LeClercq
(206) 283-8555
Construction: F
The yard doesn’t have any 80-foot-plus projects presently.

Lrssen Yachts
Bremen, Germany
Contact: Michael Breman
(011) 49 421 6604 166
Construction: A, S
The yard recently delivered the 195-foot Oasis and 219-foot Apoise.

Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding
Thomaston, Maine
Contact: Cabot Lyman
(207) 354-6904
Construction: A, F
The yard is building a classic-style 94-footer that should top out around 33 knots and is claimed to be the largest project on the East Coast to employ SCRIMP.

Massarosa, Italy
Contact: Raffaella Benelli
(011) 39 0584 93353
Construction: F
U.S. office: Fort Lauderdale, FL.
(954) 767-9217.

McQueen Yachts
Richmond, British Columbia, Canada.
Contact: Doug McQueen or Tim Bell
(604) 325-4544
Construction: A, F, W
The 90-foot Crosser should be delivered soon, intended for a,round-the-world trip.

Millennium Super Yachts
Riviera Beach, Florida.
Contact: John Schmiemann
(561) 721-4100
Construction: A, F
Plans for a 151-footer are in the works.

Savona, Italy
Contact: Diego Deprati
(011) 39 0198 28516
Construction: A, S
U.S. office: Alliance Marine, Pompano Beach, FL
Contact: Robert Bell
(954) 941-5000

Moonen Shipyards
‘s-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands.
Contact: Jolanda van de Mortel.
(011) 31 73 6210094
Construction: A, S

New Zealand Yachts
Whangarei, New Zealand
Contact: Jim Podein
(011) 64 9 470 0550
Construction: A, S, F, W

Newcastle Marine
Palm Coast, Florida
Contact: Brian Tansey, International Yacht Collection
(954) 522-2323
True North, an expedition-style 137-footer, hit the water for an American owner earlier this summer.

Rendsberg, Germany
Contact: Christian Schaefer
(011) 49 4331 207 221
Construction: A, S
The yard did not reply to our request for information by presstime, though a 218-footer, known by the code name Project 777, is expected to be delivered this year.

Nordlund Boat Company
Tacoma, WA
Contact: Gary or Paul Nordlund
(253) 627-0605.. Construction: F
The 115-foot Victorious, for a repeat customer, was handed over in the spring. Next up is an 86-footer, also for a repeat customer.

Northcoast Yachts
Tacoma, WA
Contact: Stephen Yadvish
(206) 953-9030
Construction: F
An 85-footer featuring a four-stateroom layout is presently under construction. The yard also has a 118-footer in the planning stages.

Northern Marine
Anacortes, WA
Contact: Bud Lemieux
(360) 299-8400
Construction: F
The 84-foot Spellbound was delivered in the spring. Expect two 151-foot tridecks to launch between this fall and next spring.

North West Bay Ships
Tasmania, Australia
Contact: Steve Quigley
(011) 61 2-9553 0366
Construction: A, S

Antalya, Turkey
Contact: Jean-Marie Jegoux
(011) 90 242 259 46 91 or Egon Faiss (011) 41 91 980 20 16
Construction: F
A Turkish national should take delivery of the 110-foot Vanelli in September, and yet another resident of Turkey will see his 110-foot Turkiz hit the water in December.

Ocean Alexander
Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Contact: Kevin Tseng
(011) 886 7 831 4126
U.S. contact: Richard Allender
(206) 344-8566
Construction: F
An 80-foot cockpit motoryacht with a capacious 21-foot beam is being built for an anonymous owner who is expected to take delivery toward the end of the year. An 88-footer should be ready by the end of the year as well, featuring four staterooms and accommodations for four crew.

Alblasserdam, The Netherlands
Contact: Michael Flandin
(37) 7 93 10 02 81
Construction: S
A 262-footer, complete with two Jacuzzis and a plunge pool, should be delivered to a European owner in November. And speaking of swimming pools, a 269-footer that is being delivered next summer has one located beneath the helipad.

Henderson, Western Australia, Australia
Contact: Richard Williams
(011) 61 8 9494 9999
Construction: A, S
U.S. office: Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Contact: Geoff Cribb
(954) 522-5353
Oceanfast prefers to keep the details of its new launches confidential

Viareggio, Italy
(011) 33 4 93 43 9933
Construction: F
U.S. office: Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Contact: SNP-Boat Service.
(954) 524-7310.

Palmer Johnson
Sturgeon Bay, WI.
Contact: Mike Kelsey, Mark Parker, or Roy Sea
(920) 743-4412
Construction: F, A

Pendennis Shipyard
Cornwall, England
Contact: (011) 44 1326 211344
Construction: F, A, S

Mondolfo, Italy.
Contact: Laura Vanessa Carboni
(011) 39 0721 956211
Construction: F
U.S. office: Ferretti Group USA. Fort Lauderdale, FL.
Contact: Giovanni Vacchi
(954) 525-4550
The yard is delivering a handful of its 90-foot series yachts this year as well as some of its 115s.

Pisa, Italy
Contact: Vincenzo Mocchia
(011) 39 050 220 551
Construction: F

Proteksan Turquoise
Istanbul, Turkey
Contact: Necdet Salgut or Mehmet Karabeyoglu
(011) 902 16 395 8312
Two 53-meter (174-foot) fast trawler yachts are under construction for delivery in 2008

This article originally appeared in the August 2006 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.