Benetti Sail Division

What We Do / Benetti Sail Division

One of our new ventures, Benetti Sail Division Shanghai Shipyard Corporation is a step towards strategically market International brand of super luxury yachts.

Benetti yachts are regarded as the number one luxury branded yachts from Italy. This new venture combines Italian design of Benetti Sail Division and the powerful construction capability of Shanghai Jiangnan Shipyard.


We believe that shortcuts don’t work in the long-term and that there is no substitute for years of technical expertise and seafaring knowledge. With dedicated attention to each vessel enables better quality & reliability. We love cultivating a relationship based on transparency, hospitality, and communication with our clients.


Our strength has always been in developing close teams that want to offer the best service in the industry. Despite the size and complexity of our business, we’ve never lost sight of the need to put customer’s needs at the heart of everything we do.

Trump Princess – Kingdom 5KR


Kingdom 5KR is an 85.65m superyacht built for Saudi Billionaire Adnan Khashoggi $100 Million in 1980 ($291 Million in 2016) one of the largest yachts in the world (now ranking 60th).

It was originally built as Nabila for Saudi billionaire Adnan Khashoggi. During its days as Nabila, it was featured in the James Bond movie Never Say Never Again, in which it was seen as Flying Saucer (translated from Italian Disco Volante in the source novel, Thunderball), the villain’s superyacht mobile HQ. It was also the inspiration for a track, “Khashoggi’s Ship”, on the 1989 album by the rock band Queen, The Miracle.

After Khashoggi ran into financial problems, he sold the yacht in 1988 to the Sultan of Brunei, who in turn sold it to Donald Trump for $29 million. After a refit, Trump renamed it Trump Princess. Trump sold it when he ran into financial problems in 1991[3] to Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal for $20 million.

The ship has a beam of 13.25 metres (43.5 ft), a draught of 4.72 metres (15.5 ft) and fuel capacity of 515,000 litres (136,000 US gallons). The last few years Kingdom 5KR seems to stay unmoved at the IYCA in Antibes.  In June 2016 she left for maintenance to a dry dock in Genua, Italy.