, 2022-06-03 02:00:00,
The SuperYacht Times Synopsis, as brought to you by SYT iQ, gives you the rundown of the top business stories and market reports from last month.
Big five business readsPhoto: Heesen Heesen Yachts transfers ownership to an independent Dutch Foundation
The ownership of Heesen Yachts company has passed hands and is once again 100% Dutch. The shares of the company have been transferred to an independent Dutch Foundation.
Lürssen engineering centre in Rijeka to be a major investment in nautical tourism for Croatia
Lürssen Yachts has announced plans to further concrete its position in Croatia with a new engineering centre, which will be located in Rijeka maritime station. The centre is scheduled to open in 2025.
Porto Montenegro announces major expansion plans
Over the next 10-years Porto Montengro will expand into five neighbourhoods, close to doubling its capacity. Once complete, it will offer 850 berths, 315 of which will be reserved for superyachts.
Triple Bay Yacht Club: Saudi Arabia to build major yacht club as part of its 2030 Vision
Plans have surfaced for a Triple Bay Yacht Club in Saudi Arabia, which will have 120 berths for yachts up to 130-metres in length. The yacht club is a major arm of the Saudi Vision 2030.
Centouno Navi: A new superyacht brand by Manuela Lucchesi and Marco Arnaboldi
Centouno Navi will apply waterjet technology and sandwich composite construction for fast, planing yachts. The company has released two superyacht models capable of reaching speeds up to 58 knots. Market report
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