CIMC Pride Mega Yachts Announce Sale of 'Illusion'

By Joseph R. Fonseca
Monday, August 04, 2014
Courtesy Superyacht shipyard Pride Mega Yachts

 

Pride Mega Yachts is proud to announce the sale of the 88.8-meter Illusion. The sale of this sophisticated six-deck mega yacht proves Pride's unique position as an established, competitive and accomplished player in the world's mega yacht market.
 
According to Pride Mega Yachts spokesman, “The success of such a significant sale is the proof that the superyacht industry is buoyant and that sales of large yachts are flourishing once again. I believe the sale is another sign that the market as a whole is doing very well. The interest from potential buyers is on the rise, particularly for large mega yachts, evident by the increased number of inquiries. Meanwhile, we are delighted that the buyer of Illusion is so experienced and passionate about yachting, allowing him to appreciate Illusion’s unique qualities even before her launch”
 
The largest yacht ever built in China, Illusion, showcases the ambitious shipyard’s focus on innovation and outstanding craftsmanship. With an impressive interior volume of 3,603 gross tons and a 15.8-meter beam, Illusion’s spacious design has been further enhanced by the use of fine woods, rare natural stone and metals. The yacht was designed by the esteemed Azure Naval Architect, with exterior styling by Rainsford Saunders Design and the interior design developed by the well-respected Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design. Driven by state-of-the-art Rolls Royce diesel-electric-propulsion, motion and system control, Illusion will be ready for delivery in October 2015.
 
The spokesman continued, “Illusion is the third superyacht over 85M that has been constructed by the shipyard. Illusion demonstrates that Pride Mega Yachts can create superior-quality yachts of the highest standards. This showpiece, one-of-a-kind yacht represents our dedication and continued ambition in pursuing and discovering new ideas in the development of high-end superyachts. The sale of Illusion demonstrates that Pride Mega Yachts is able to build the largest and highest quality superyachts, meeting the high standards of this demanding market.”
 

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