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The yacht builders of New Zealand have once again demonstrated the world-class caliber of their workmanship with 2 companies based in Auckland gaining several awards for superyacht which was declared at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show on October 31, 2009.
Yachting Developments and Alloy Yachts, both of which are members of the NZ Marine or New Zealand Marine Export Group, won awards for design from the ISS (International Superyacht Society) and ShowBoats International.


What’s more, Alloy Yachts’ managing director, Tony Hambrook, was given the ISS award for leadership.


The Mondango of Alloy Yachts, a 51.7 meter yacht was chosen from an assembly of 5 finalists to win the ISS 2009 design award category for sailing yachts that are over 40 meters long.


The Mondango deigned by Ed Dubois was likewise named by the ShowBoats International award as the best sailing yacht above 45 meters.


Alloy Yachts, in addition, won the design award category for 24 to 40 meter motor yachts with the Allogante, a 39.9 meter. The Dubois Naval Architects designed the Allogante.
The design by Philippe Briand, the 36.5 meter Bristolian sailing yacht, won the design award of the ISS for the 24 to 40 meter category for Yachting Developments. This ship also won the best interior award at ShowBoats International.
According to the New Zealand Marine chairman, Mark Wightman, those 2 awards are very important signs that show the world that the quality and substance of New Zealand boats merely improve with each passing year. The numerous awards garnered by several yacht building companies in New Zealand only prove that industry of boat building in the country is sound and reliable.


Twelve members of the New Zealand Marine, such as Alloy Yachts and Yachting Developments, presented at the International Boat Show in Fort Lauderdale, which ended on November 2. This was the show’s golden anniversary and showcased more than US$3 billion worth of yachts, boats, superyachts, accessories, and electronics which covered an exhibition area of over 3 million square feet located on water and land at the Fort Lauderdale Bahia Mar Yachting Centre in Florida.

The New Zealand based Alloy Yachts builds custom manufactured motor yachts and luxury sailing yachts from 30 to 68 meters in length.


This company is known for its superyachts all over the world with particular focus on high-class luxury sailing yachts.

Boats manufactured by Alloy have a reputation globally for its reliable operation and quality which is world class.


Alloy Yachts’ innovation, quality, and reliability has been given due recognition in several competitions internationally.

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Tony Hambrook, Alloy’s Managing Director, heads the company and delights in th great confidence conferred upon him by the country’s foremost naval architects, project managers, interior designers, captains and an increasing number of worldwide population of repeat and new pleased owners.

New Zealand is a country with a lengthy history of antecedents roaming by sea until they came upon land. A result of this heritage is Alloy Yachts. The staff of Alloy of 300 had sailed over half a million sea miles collectively.



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