Ocean Magazine : 4 November December 2005
12 | ocean Australia November - December 2005 CONTENTS REVIEWS 38 WARREN YACHTS S87 Warren Yachts, now under the Shipworks Brisbane banner, has just launched the first of a completely new Brisbane-built sports yacht series, the S87. This shamelessly seductive Warren, in her signature silver hull, debuts this October at the Ft Lauderdale International Boat Show, showcases Australian luxury boat building to the world. 48 BENETTI 56M Australia's premier superyacht owners club has an impressive addition, the new 56M Benetti Galaxy starting Med-Caribbean voyages. Her Melbourne-based owner intends cruising on her in those northern hemisphere waters but perhaps it won't be too long before Galaxy voyages south to our shores. 56 PRINCESS 67 PrincessYachts of England can be justifiably proud of their latest maritime masterpiece, the 67, just launched in Australia by distributors Euroyachts. The British marque, renowned for its luxurious interiors, is a considerable redesign and improvement on her predecessor, the regarded Princess 65. 62 RIVIERA 60 Australia's most well known luxury cruiser, both here and abroad, has added a new flagship to the line with the recent debut of its Riviera 60 Flybridge. A logical extension and evolution of the previous 58, the new 60 is likely to be another popular model locally as well as in the burgeoning U.S. market. 68 AZIMUT 68S Azimut's stunning open sports boat, the 68S, distributed by Atlantic Motor Yachts, is a seductive, Italian redhead with performance and design innovations to match its more obvious attractions. If you want to be seen, the 68S is without a doubt one of the biggest head turners on the market. 72 ALLOY 40M New Zealand-built supersloop Janice of Wyoming, featuring a 50M carbon fibre mast to complement her 40M length overall, is spending time cruising Australian waters on a shakedown cruise following her recent launch from the Alloy Yachts yard across the Tasman. A towering example of modern custom yacht building at it's high-tech peak. Photo: Shoal Bay, Maria Island, Tasmania courtesy Tourism Tasmania.
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