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"These yachts are visionary design statements which have stopped the superyacht industry in its tracks-that doesn't happen very easily!"
In all, 60 fiber optic sensors measure torsion and bending on the Maltese Falcon’s masts. They record loads, strains, performance metrics...
The revolutionary Maltese Falcon is arguably the world’s most recognised sailing superyacht. Both industry experts and yacht-spotting hobbyists...
Maltese Falcon Successfully Completes First-Ever Sailing Yacht Trials with Kymeta and e3 Systems...
VIPs can register to see the system on board Maltese Falcon and White Rose of Drachs during the Monaco Yacht Show...
Meanwhile the biggest Superyacht in the fleet, the iconic 289-foot long Maltese Falcon scored the biggest win in the regatta’s biggest division...
Maltese Falcon is the most iconic sailing yacht on the water today..
Taking first place at the Charity Table Setting Competition held at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show, once again MF scaled the heights of visual excellence...
What an adventure! If you love the spirit of sailing superyachts then Maltese Falcon for charter is an ideal option..
Why is she so special? An audacious use of technology and unique styling make the Falcon an unforgettable sight on the water.
See photos from our recent photoshoot for Marie Claire in Vouliagmeni, Greece
"I am astonished by all the amazing points The Maltese Falcon has and for me, it’s like a dream come true" - Mr. LJ
As many yachts are still enjoying a busy cruising season in the Caribbean we take a look at some of the coolest yachts currently spending time in Mediterranean Sea.
Tom Perkins created one of the most sensational three-masted sailing yachts of the past 100 years when he built the 88 metre Maltese Falcon with Perini Navi.
Perini Navi built The Maltese Falcon as a 289-foot (88-meter) technological marvel, with much ado made about her groundbreaking sail-handling system.
“We are delighted that our fellow designers should have included Maltese Falcon within their shortlist" - Interior Designer Ken Freivoch
Maltese Falcon’s unique DynaRig sail plan has to be one of her most recognizable features, consisting of three free-standing rotating carbon masts
As the sailing calendar's most exclusive regatta gets under way in Sardinia, Rory Ross ventures aboard of MF
What better way to start the first day of this year’s Perini Navi Cup than on board the technological marvel that is the Maltese Falcon
First Baccarat SuperYacht World trophy awarded to Maltese Falcon after topping SuperYacht World’s poll for the Finest Superyacht Ever.
Maltese Falcon once again proved that it remains unrivalled as it has been declared winner of the 50 finest superyachts ever
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The Maltese Falcon and Amerigo Vespucci will inaugurate the 52° edition of the Salone Nautico di Genova - The finest in Italian shipbuilding is the guest of honour
The Maltese Falcon always draws a huge amount of attention wherever she goes with her radical rig configuration and stylish design.
The Parsifal III was tied on points but took second place thanks to The Maltese Falcon having gained a bullet in the first race of the event
“The experience of sailing on Maltese Falcon is incredible”, said the boat’s captain. Since there is no other boat in the world like it
View how the Maltese Falcon started its Transatlantic Race
The Maltese Falcon was not in the show this year as she is
not for sale, but she was anchored in the outer harbour along with dozens of
The wind conditions can be predictable or unpredictable and in the case of Superyacht Cup Day 2, they were both. But Maltese Falcon finished first.
The 88 metre, triple masted Maltese Falcon, which reached top speeds of 21 knots during racing, takes victory overall
The Perini Navi Cup will take place in the striking natural frame of Porto Cervo in Sardinia from September 3th to September 5th 2009