The beginning of a new project is always exciting but getting the right team to deliver your vision is not always easy. To help you discover which designer would be best for your project, our sister publication SuperyachtDesign has launched a new annual supplement called SuperyachtDESIGNERS.

The launch of the SuperyachtDesign brand in 2009, which comprises a quarterly magazine, website portal and event, provided the perfect foundation to deliver the best design related content to the market. Now in its fifth year, the next phase for the brand is the introduction of its SuperyachtDESIGNERS issue — an annual supplement to provide the market with the ultimate design reference tool.

This supplement will give design studios the opportunity to present a combination of concepts and projects to the market, whether in build or built, interior or exterior. While providing owners and brokers with a powerful reference tool in print and online when considering the right team and personality to create a refit, extension or new build project.

This announcement sees the introduction of a Partners page on, which will translate the content of the new SuperyachtDESIGNERS product onto its web portal. It is here where a studio’s work, philosophy and company history will be presented and will allow the studio to upload and edit contents as it sees fit, as a valued partner of the brand.

The evolution of the brand has also led to the introduction of a powerful search engine to make the value of its concepts database go further. It is now possible to search through designs by studio, interior or exterior, vessel type or length, making the search for a new project faster and more efficient than ever before. You can find this new tool under the Concepts tab.

To celebrate these changes, existing SuperyachtDesign subscribers are invited to download the new Designer Global Order Book, powered by The report delivers a clear picture of how the market has developed over the past six years and what impact the recession has had on the balance of work between independent and in-house design teams. Visit to view the full report today.