is inviting the market to contribute regular or occasional expert opinion pieces on issues that affect key decision-makers in the superyacht market, with a specific focus on technical, regulatory, legal, fiscal, construction and operational issues.

The opinion pieces should be on pertinent market trends, and discuss the challenges and/or opportunities, and offer solutions without self-promotion.

Each column should offer insight unique to the issue discussed, and be customised to’s core audience of superyacht builders, designers, managers, brokers, captains, senior crew and, of course, owners.

If approved, the opinion piece will appear online, with any necessary edits and credits, within seven days of the submission. Columns will also need to be exclusive to and not published elsewhere.They should have a word count of 600 to 700 words, with exceptions for longer pieces based on a discussion with the Editorial Director.

The column should include the author’s name, title, company, city, state and email address at the bottom of the piece, along with a high-resolution jpeg colour headshot (about 200dpi). No other images will be used for the piece.

Submissions should go to The Superyacht Group’s Editorial Director, Will Mathieson:

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