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During the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, well known yacht designer Ron Holland will be visiting to discuss my clients plans to build to build a 51metre Explorer Yacht to "ice-class" standards. Although well know amongst yachtsman for his many mega-yacht sailing designs built by Royal Huisman of the Netherlands and Italian builder Perini-Navi, lesser known is Ron’s expertise for motor yacht design. This image is featured as part of the article Pendennis Yachts UK Hosts Yacht Designer Ron Holland Presentation. Following her comprehensive 24-month refit at the Pendennis Shipyard,  the newly refitted sailing yacht M5 (ex Mirabella V) left Falmouth in the UK recently.
A beautiful sleek new exterior profile from the drawing boards of her original designer Ron Holland Design: “All involved at Ron Holland Design were excited to contribute to the extensive refit of M5.
The M5 superyacht refit project brought together a number of well-known industry names to bring the Owners vision to life. Following the completion of her final fit-out, sail trials and systems testing earlier this year M5 left Falmouth bound for the South Atlantic and Pacific Oceans in early April. Pendennis has one of the world’s leading custom superyacht build and refit facilities. The yard’s current development plans have seen the available undercover space increased to provide three water-facing main sheds which consist of 2x90m and 1x45m construction halls.
Over the past few years the company has expanded with the creation of the Pendennis Palma refit facility in 2011. This month has seen the world-renowned designer Ron Holland join his mega yacht M5 (ex Mirabella V) in the UK‘s Falmouth for successful sea trials off the Cornwall coast.
The extensive Refit Program increased the overall length of M5 yacht, and related deck spaces, replaced her original conventional steel rod rigging with lighted carbon textile rigging, a new keel, and rudder updates. Besides the completely new interior styling by Redman Whiteley Dixon, interior designers based in the UK, other significant developments included updated engines and generators. During the Sailing Trials the M5 yacht crew and Pendennis team put this giant sloop through her paces in a variety of wind conditions, for a very successful result. In the small hours of October 13, 2013, the top British superyacht rigging and survey company, Marine Results, put the gigantic 89-metre high rig back into the Pendennis-refitted 78m mega yacht M5 (ex Mirabella V), in a huge operation that required several cranes as well as dozens of personnel. Yacht Solutions at Italthai Marine has expanded its facility and tripled its superyacht yard capacity, as more superyachts come to Thailand’s first dedicated superyacht facility, based in Bangkok, for refit work. Since the partnership began in January between Yacht Solutions and Italthai Marine (ITM) at Samut Prakarn in Bangkok Yacht Solutions has received more enquiries for shipyard work than ever before and has already undertaken work on 43-metre charter yacht Douce France, 45-metre charter yacht Big Fish, 52-metre motor yacht Elysium, a 60-metre Oceanco MY, 62-metre SY Lamima and 40-metre superyacht Amoha. Gareth Twist, managing director of Yacht Solutions commented, “Whilst the larger yachts are now travelling to Bangkok to undertake refit, repair, paint and remedial work; we are still working on yachts in Phuket. This new expansion increases Yacht Solutions’ superyacht facilities by 300% expanding its refit capabilities for hauling-out and opens up a great yard option for any resident yachts and superyachts passing through the Gulf of Thailand.
Yacht Solutions at Italthai Marine is expanding in response to the demand for more superyacht refit and repair facilities in the Asian region from both owners of superyachts based in Asia and those  travelling from Europe and America. To satisfy this increase in demand for yard time, in addition to increasing its dedicated yard space within ITM, Yacht Solutions has also had to increase the size of its teams.
Gareth Twist commented, “We are very excited to be expanding our yard area to accommodate more yachts.
In October, Gareth Lewis joined the team as a highly experienced project manager with over 35 years in the yachting industry.
Steve Lodge works as the chief superyacht engineer overseeing all the technical aspects of major refit projects in the yard. Thailand born Tossapon Mondee is the operations manager for Yacht Solutions at ITM, a highly trained professional, he graduated from Sukhothai Tammathirat University in Construction Management. Rob ‘Doc’ Taylor is a project manager and electrical engineer who has been involved in the superyacht industry for close to 20 years. MY Elysium, a 52-metre Benetti was in the yard for 3 weeks undertaking various engineering work, antifouling and woodwork. Simon Twist, operations director of Yacht Solutions at ITM is based in Bangkok and said, “Looking to 2014 we already have yard bookings for a 62-metre motor yacht and a 38-metre catamaran.
Yacht Solutions at Italthai Marine is determined to create the very best superyacht facility in Asia.
This has been the busiest year yet for Yacht Solutions and as predicted this yard is full for refits for this year.
World-renowned designer, Ron Holland, has released the images of superyacht M5 (ex Mirabella V) afloat, following her extensive refit at Pendennis in Falmouth, England. Here backed by smaller vessels, city-based Ron Holland has designed many yachts in the 37-to-36-metre range, as well as the much larger sloop M5 that is far too tall to sail under the Lions Gate Bridge. HIGH AND MIGHTY: You’d hardly notice international mega-yacht designer Ron Holland entering or leaving his Granville Island studio. The fleet of 56-metre sloops with 75-metre rigs Holland designed for Italy’s Perini Navi Group would also have to anchor in English Bay. Unlike other super yachts, Holland had the 60-million-euro M5 built in fibreglass at the Southampton, England yards of Vosper Thorneycroft.
Holland himself has swept the growing ranks of yacht aspirants to produce vessels that reflect his ocean-racing past while meeting the demanding environmental standards. Addressing globally feted marine artist John Horton and others at the Royal Naval Sailing Association’s awards event recently, Holland stressed that no technical or aesthetic formula for success exists.
As for price, his chapter in Yacht Shot Press’s supremely instructive The Big Boat Bible notes that “a longer yacht doesn’t necessarily equate with a more expensive yacht.” Internal volume is the key factor, he wrote, so that a 27-metre yacht may be priced like a 36-metre one of equal 100-ton displacement. For his own cruising, Holland, has a 50-year-old Coronado 25 moored in Vancouver, where he moved in 2011 after four decades in Ireland. Exclusive pictures of M5, the largest single-mast sailing yacht in the world, getting ready for an ocean crossing with a seaplane on her stern. The incredible M5 (ex-Mirabella V) is about to embark on a Pacific crossing, and seen here with her designer and naval architect Ron Holland. This 77.6-metre underwent an extensive two year refit at Pendennis in 2012 which saw three metres added to her stern, as well as the removal and re-stepping of her groundbreaking rig.
Built at VT Shipbuilding and launched in 2003, she is the largest single-mast superyacht ever built, with an astonishing 90m mast. She accommodates up to 14 guests across seven cabins and has 15 crew, as well as plenty of entertaining space not often seen on typical sailing yachts. This image is featured as part of the article Pendennis Sailing Yacht CHRISTOPHER nearing completion. Ron was only 18 when he received his first commission to design a 26-foot yacht for a fellow student.

His design portfolio includes the 247-foot Mirabella V, the largest single-mast sailboat ever built. Saturday, May 4, in the fabulous surroundings of the C?ragan Palace Kempinski, set overlooking the legendary Bosphorus waterway, saw the superyacht industry’s best meet for the most prestigious event in the yachting calendar – the eighth annual World Superyacht Awards.
During a gala evening attended by a distinguished guest list of superyacht owners, their families, friends and luminaries of the superyacht industry, news broadcaster Natasha Kaplinsky presented the prized silver Neptune awards to the owners of the finest sail and motor yachts delivered in 2012.
Seventeen coveted Neptunes and three Judges’ Commendation prizes, custom made for the occasion by Baccarat, were awarded to the winners on the night.
Firstly Southern Spars would like to congratulate Alloy Yachts and Dubois Naval Architecture for their collaborated effort with the 47m superyacht Loretta Anne, winning the Motor Yacht of the Year 2013. Originally built in 1934 and reduced to being a complete wreck in the 1980s, luxury charter yacht Endeavour’s 2011 re-launch marked the completion of an extensive 18-month refit at Yachting Developments’ yard based in Hobsonville, Auckland. Endeavour yacht’s future performance will benefit from the significant weight savings – an incredible 900kg on the boom, and three tonne on the rig and rigging from her previous rig – achieved by the Southern Spars’ Custom Projects team based in Avondale, Auckland. Southern Spars would like to congratulate all of the boat yards, designers and suppliers involved in this years awards. As the designers, Dubois has succeeded in combining excellent seakeeping with an efficient hull and attractive, timeless looks. As is usual with all Dubois designs, Dubois was responsible for the naval architecture and outboard styling of superyacht Loretta Anne.
Interesting features include the vertical bridge screen of superyacht Loretta Anne, which is both practical and contemporary and, unusually for a two and a half deck yacht, the galley is on the main deck.
The owner and friends, who were in attendance at the Awards Ceremony, were overjoyed with the recognition the Loretta Anne yacht received. Below is a gallery for the oustanding charter yachts with design by Dubois Naval Architects. Tony Hambrook and the team at Alloy Yachts are thrilled to announce that the 47m Dubois designed yacht Loretta Anne has been named MOTOR YACHT of the YEAR at the recently running World Superyacht Awards, held in Istanbul. The owner and friends, who were in attendance at the WSA were overjoyed with the recognition the Loretta Anne yacht received. May 4 in the fabulous surroundings of the C?ragan Palace Kempinski, overlooking the historic Bosphorus waterway, saw the superyacht industry’s finest gather for the eagerly awaited event in the yachting calendar – the eighth annual World Superyacht Awards. Custom built for an experienced, second-time client of Alloy Yachts, Loretta Anne yacht was designed by Dubois Naval Architects who created an attractively low and sleek yacht. In practical fashion, the raised pilot house of luxury yacht Loretta Anne is fitted with vertical windows to ensure optimum external visibility, while three sides of the flying bridge can be sheltered by powered, vertically-sliding glass screens. Sailing Yacht of the Year, sponsored by Tansu, went to the 37.33m luxury yacht Pumula, built by Royal Huisman.
Her interior offers a large owner cabin aft together with two twin-bed guest cabins, while a further double guest cabin lies forward of the deck saloon and lower deck living area. The Voyager’s Award, sponsored by Alloy Yachts, was presented to the owners of the 37.33m expedition yacht Marama. The thoroughness with which the coastline was explored, the experiences enjoyed along the way and, perhaps above all, the manner in which the cruise was documented with the most enchanting (and technically demanding) photographs and video, immediately captured the hearts of the judges. The Legacy Award, sponsored by Proteksan Turquoise Yachts, was awarded to Tom Perkins, for his lifetime services to yachting and, in particular, the development of charter yacht Maltese Falcon – one of the most advanced sailing yachts in the last 100 years.
The extremely successful AFFINITY by Delta and more recently the well regarded MARCO POLO are just two of the explorer style vessels designed by the team at Ron Holland and Associates. We have crewed charter boats in the favourite yachting hotspots in the Mediterranean and Caribbean as well as worldwide locations. M5 yacht arrived at the shipyard in the spring of 2012 and underwent an extensive refit carried out by the yard in collaboration with the Owner’s team, all of whom were working with determination to remodel and modernise this icon of the superyacht industry.
This ground breaking sailing yacht has gained a new life, incorporating her new owners personal detailing requirements as well as new engines, genets, and many related systems. New lightweight carbon rigging was designed and manufactured by Carbo-link with OYS making all the fittings.
This has provided additional flexible undercover space for Pendennis increasing capacity for both new build and refit contracts for 30-100m superyachts.
The creation of Pendennis Plus (following the acquisition of Devonport Yachts in 2011) added expertise in the 60m+ arena, and in 2013 the company extended their yacht support service to the Pacific. After weeks of watching weather reports, the sea conditions on Friday, January 17, provided a great opportunity to put sailing yacht M5 through her paces.
These developments are aimed at improved sailing performance, they take advantage of the latest materials not available during her original construction. Ron Holland was delighted that she performed up to his most optimistic performance predictions. Below is a video from the re-stepping of the sailing yacht M5’s 89m mast, released by Marine Results.
Our yard in Bangkok offers a fantastic alternative to yachts considering Singapore or having to travel out of the region to Australia, New Zealand or Europe.
This facility is accessible to all of Southeast Asia being less than 800 nautical miles from Singapore. The local area has benefited from the arrival of these luxury yachts, with more crews needing to be housed locally, the restaurants and bars seeing an increase in customers and also more local tradesman are being taken on by Yacht Solutions at ITM. Doc has a background in marine electrical engineering and a career exposed to all elements of the industry, including chief engineer on various luxury yachts including MY Monaco and Michaela Rose, fleet engineer for yacht manufacturers such as Leight Notika Yachts and project manager for a number of yacht refit companies including Adam Marine.
We have a tremendous pool of talented tradesmen here in Thailand and this facility combines European management, standards and quality with the renowned finishing skills of Thai craftsmen. This 112,000 square metre facility offering full shipbuilding and repair capabilities plus a bonded warehouse and in-house design office. This is great news for the superyacht industry in Thailand and for the Asia-Pacific region. The majestic 78-metre luxury yacht M5 remains the largest single mast sailing yacht in existence, boasting the highest mast in the world.
But there’d be no missing the 67-year-old native New Zealander’s masterpiece, M5, were that world’s largest sloop to sail into Vancouver Harbour.
They, like M5 — original name Mirabella V — are big sisters of the six-metre sloops that bob around in First Narrows tidal currents.
That firm’s long experience with super-tough and necessarily non-magnetic naval minesweepers got it the job. His technologically advanced 190-foot ketch Ethereal was acclaimed worldwide for epitomizing that direction.

He’s also seen a Florida yard produce five of the 10-metre sloops he designed for a class of “maybe 100” priced at comparatively pocket-change $100,000. This extra space has enabled her new owners to keep a private Carbon Cub sea plane on her stern. What was at the time considered to be a very daring yacht is now seen as one of the most iconic and recognised superyachts of the 21st Century. One of which was the 36-foot ketch Aloha on which he sailed from Auckland to Sydney, a journey of over 1,000 miles. Today, Ron Holland is one of the world's leading yacht designers and creator of a new generation of 100ft plus performance super yachts.
I believe my design portfolio spans a wide variety of design concepts because of this philosophy.
Olin, L Francis, Bill Garden, Arthur Rob, and Kiwis John Spencer and Bob Stewart (both light displacement designers).
She utilises grand prix technology on her rig and rigging that some of the worlds most advanced maxis sport, including the current Volvo 70’s” says Project Manager Olivier Marthe.
The Yachting Developments’ team has taken extreme care throughout the refit to preserve as much of the vessel as practical while taking advantage of 21st century sailing systems, such as a carbon fibre mast and EC6 carbon fibre rigging package from Southern Spars for enhanced performance and improved functionality.
An experienced owner, she was heavily involved in the design and features for the latest superyacht Loretta Anne. Luxury motor yacht Loretta Anne also won the category of “Raised Pilothouse Semi-displacement Motor Yacht”.
An experienced owner, she was heavily involved in the design and features for the latest Loretta Anne.
They were honoured to present this award to the owners of the 37.33m expedition yacht Marama.
Her modern interior, by Donald Starkey Designs, offers elegance, comfort and sophistication. The Rhoades Young Design interior, designed to match her exterior styled by Dykstra Naval Architects, is executed in light oak, subtly aged to meet the expectations of a classic yacht.
In the summer of last year she cruised northwards from Seattle to Glacier Bay, Alaska in a three-month, 3,200nm voyage. With three more large motor yachts on the drawing boards, or nearing completion, the timing is right, after more than 25 years of knowing each other, for Ron and I to work on such a project.
The intention is to ensure M5 can remain in world voyaging condition for the foreseeable future.” The result is a truly remarkable record breaking superyacht that provides sumptuous living and entertainment spaces on board for up to 16 guests.
Having celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2013, Pendennis continues to continually improve its facilities and international reputation.
Ron Holland wanted to see this luxury superyacht perform as he had envisioned when he designed her.
We offer the best value for money in terms of superyacht expertise, experience, quality and pricing.
This Phinisi, a traditionally built Indonesian two-masted sailing ship and is due for completion in 2014.
Previously he has worked in shipyards such as MB92 Barcelona, as well as others in Malaysia and Australia. Our unique combination ensures international standards are maintained while owners receive exceptional value for money and service due to the efficiencies of operating out of Thailand. Yacht Solutions at Italthai Marine is ISO 9001:2000 rated and boasts a lifting capacity up to 95 metres and 3,500 tonnes.
Next year, she will be enjoying the azure waters of the breath-taking yacht charter destination – the South Pacific, and beyond.
The 1004-tonne M5 has a crew of 15, deluxe accommodations for 14 guests, an 8,000-kilometre cruising range and a 1,254-square-metre mainsail (equal to 6.5 tennis courts) than can drive her at 14 knots. After designing fleets of yachts in the 45- to 60-metre range — one for Australia-born media tycoon Rupert Murdoch — Holland is convinced that “owners are seeking a better balance between efficient hull design and means of propulsion.” The means staying green without sacrificing sea-keeping qualities and comfort on the world’s waters. His experiences lead to an apprenticeship with boat builder Keith Atkinson through the Auckland Technical Institute. In 1968, Ron had an opportunity to go to San Francisco where he soon found employment as a Trainee Naval Architect with celebrated American yacht designer Gary Mull.
Her Southern Spars high modulus mast came out of the same mould as Endeavour, at 55.5m it is a little taller than Endeavour and is also equipped with the latest EC6 continuous rigging. Dubois delights in the challenge of marrying seaworthiness with practicality and good looks in its motoryacht designs; the same priorities that the studio applies to their wind driven sisters.
She bears a beautiful “Bahamas Beach House” interior, created by renowned Don Starkey Design. Last year the owners spent the summer cruising northwards from Seattle, through the West Coast of British Columbia to Glacier Bay in Alaska.
A sea-kindly hull with optimum underwater lines and an easily handled rig with carbon-fibre mast, PBO headstay and Kevlar backstay and in-boom furling, guarantee modern standards of performance and handling. With Ron’s design experience of over 35 years, and my experience in skippering offshore vessels which started in 1974, I think we can come up with some interesting ideas for the client; not the least being "Ice-Class" certification for a yacht with modern lines. Gareth has been involved with many high profile projects including SY Mirabella V, which to date still has the tallest rig in the world and Charter Yacht Sojana, a Farr design 115 foot ketch. It has access to two 115 metre dry docks, 300 metre alongside berthing, a floating dock up to 160 metres and 5000 tonnes lift capacity, making this the largest superyacht repair facility in Asia.
He was afraid the dinghy would tip over and sure enough, it capsized on their first trip out on the water.
Through Mull, he was introduced to some of the top sailors in California and began crewing with some of the best yachters of that time.
The big compromise relates to designing a yacht that can sail well (win races) in all conditions. As Toby Ecuyer, Director, explained: “We were privileged to be involved in the transformation of this truly magnificent yacht. But her 45-tonne, 89-metre single mast would be 27 metres too high to get under Lions Gate Bridge. The mast would even reach half way from the bridge’s suspended deck to the top of its towers — far higher than those on any clipper ship that ever sailed.

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