Finally avid Bond lovers will be looking at a contemporary vintage Spirit Yacht on the major screens as No Time To Die is introduced in Uk cinemas from 30th September.

The partnership among Spirit Yachts, EON Productions, Metro Goldwyn Mayer Studios (MGM) and Universal Pics Global sees Bond, just after leaving lively service, savoring a tranquil lifestyle in Jamaica onboard his Spirit 46 sailing yacht. But, not for long.

Suffolk-based mostly Spirit Yachts’ partnership with the James Bond movies commenced when a Spirit 54 yacht was selected to aspect in the 2006 movie Casino Royale, in which James Bond and Vesper Lynd can be viewed cruising into Venice.

“The James Bond films are a mainstay of British tradition and we are honoured to be continuing our partnership with these an legendary manufacturer,” states Sean McMillan, Spirit Yachts CEO and head of structure.

“The Spirit 46 is a person of the unique Spirit Yachts designs and is an example of the stage of craftsmanship and notice to detail that goes into every single Spirit yacht. I believe the yacht satisfies the Bond character incredibly perfectly simply because of the combination of splendor and practicality.”

The Spirit 46 showcases very long overhangs, flush decks and an sophisticated profile. A working day sailing yacht capable of up to 18 knots sailing velocity, it has the sailing effectiveness of a regatta racing yacht and is stated to be motivated by the typical, stylish sailing yachts from the 1930s. at?v=YDsoLei9Yx0

RC James Bond (Daniel Craig) in No Time to Die Courtesy of Nicola Dove © 2020 DANJAQ, LLC and MGM.

Major image courtesy of No Time to Die © 2021 Danjaq, LLC and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.

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