We operate on several fronts. Looking after our Client’s interests is our primary goal: that means everything from selecting the yard to the design of the boat with all the technical, legal, financial and bureaucratic factors that a large yacht project involves. Now, seeking out quality has become imperative too. The real challenge will involve incorporating increasingly strict standards, particularly with regard to safety and emissions. A process more of evolution than revolution with technological innovation being one of the main drivers. Design as an end in itself no longer suffices, there is much greater availability particularly in terms of materials and technologies, so you really need the skills and technical training to do things properly. Ultimately, this boils down to design – or form – following function. #designtobuild

©mirage CG

©cgmirage

©mirage CG

©christopherscholey

©christopherscholey

©christopherscholey

FLEET

1993 – MY Indian Achiever

49.80m Design by G. Gilgenast
Completed by The A Group
1996 – MY Ultimate

43.70m Design by The A Group
Oceanco
1994 – MY Caprice

37.50m Design by G. Gilgenast
Completed by The A Group
1997 – MY Lazy Z

50.55m Design by The A Group
Oceanco
1994 – MY Applause

45.55m Design by The A Group
Oceanco
1998 – MY Aspiration

42.40m Design by The A Group
Oceanco
1999 – MY Constellation

80.00m Design by The A Group
Oceanco
2004 – MY Alfa Four

60.00m Design by The A Group
Oceanco
2015 – MY Idynasty

101m Design by The A Group Owners Representative The A Group
Kusch Yachts
2000 – MY Al-Mirqab

95.00m Design by The A Group
Oceanco
2005 – MY Dilbar

66.01m Design by The A Group
Oceanco
2019 – MY Lady S

93m Design by Michael Leach Design
Owners Representative The A Group
Feadship Royal Van Lent
2002 – MY Lady Lola

62.60m Design by The A Group
Oceanco
2005 – MY Lady Christina

62.00m Design by The A Group
Oceanco
New Build

107m Design by The A Group
TBA

We operate on several fronts. Looking after our Client’s interests is our primary goal: that means everything from selecting the yard to the design of the boat with all the technical, legal, financial and bureaucratic factors that a large yacht project involves. Now, seeking out quality has become imperative too. The real challenge will involve incorporating increasingly strict standards, particularly with regard to safety and emissions. A process more of evolution than revolution with technological innovation being one of the main drivers. Design as an end in itself no longer suffices, there is much greater availability particularly in terms of materials and technologies, so you really need the skills and technical training to do things properly. Ultimately, this boils down to design – or form – following function. #designtobuild

©mirage CG

©cgmirage

©mirage CG

©christopherscholey

©christopherscholey

©christopherscholey

FLEET

1993 – MY Indian Achiever


49.80m

Design by G. Gilgenast

Completed by The A Group

1994 – MY Caprice


37.50m

Design by G. Gilgenast

Completed by The A Group

1994 – MY Applause


45.55m

Design by The A Group

Oceanco

1996 – MY Ultimate


43.70m

Design by The A Group

Oceanco

1997 – MY Lazy Z


50.55m

Design by The A Group

Oceanco

1998 – MY Aspiration


42.40m

Design by The A Group

Oceanco

1999 – MY Constellation


80.00m

Design by The A Group

Oceanco

2000 – MY Al-Mirqab


95.00m

Design by The A Group

Oceanco

2002 – MY Lady Lola


62.60m

Design by The A Group

Oceanco

2004 – MY Alfa Four


60.00m

Design by The A Group

Oceanco

2005 – MY Dilbar


66.01m

Design by The A Group

Oceanco

2005 – MY Lady Christina


62.00m

Design by The A Group

Oceanco

2015 – MY Idynasty


101m

Design by The A Group

Owners Representative The A Group

Kusch Yachts

2019 – MY Lady S


93m

Design by Michael Leach Design

Owners Representative The A Group

Feadship Royal Van Lent

New Build


107m

Design by The A Group

TBA