- Business - 'Tis the season...

By SuperyachtNews

'Tis the season...

For us to stage the next leg of The Superyacht Forum Live Tour, in the City of London…

The dust has now settled on The Superyacht Forum Live 2021, with our flagship Amsterdam event making a triumphant return after the Covid-induced hiatus of 2020.
We all enjoyed three days of debate, discussion and dialogue with friends old and new, and it was truly heartwarming to hear from so many of those in attendance how grateful they were for our perseverance in staging the event. It represented a landmark, and symbolic coming together of our industry after such a long period of separation and it felt like a special moment – despite the Dutch government’s 11th hour curtailing of the networking element of this event. We are equally grateful to all those who made the journey to join us, despite said restrictions.
So, with our flagship event successfully delivered, the show must, as they say, go on…

With the next leg of our tour, we want to acknowledge the social element of our Live Tour format, while ensuring we continue to deliver the candid content and market commentary that has made this concept such an instant hit with the industry.
As such, the December leg of the Live Tour will take in the City of London, as we take some time out to celebrate a successful year for our industry in the face of adversity, while catching up with old friends. The Square Mile is the superyacht industry’s symbolic home for corporate and professional services, and is also home to many companies who are industry leaders in their field.
Our senior editor, and TSF Live film crew will be on the road, Tuesday 7th December – Thursday 9th December, dropping in on old friends and stopping off at a few of the City’s many cosy Christmas watering holes.
If you or your business are in and around the City during this period, and you’d like to catch up, discuss the market, and have a drink on us, drop us a line and we’ll connect with you as part of our final tour of 2021.
Please get in touch by contacting one of the Live Tour team at tour addresses, below.
Will Mathieson, Editorial & Intelligence Director
Rory Jackson, /Business Editor
Jack Hogan, Operations Editor
We look forward to seeing you in London!


If you want to be part of The Superyacht Forum Live Tour in 2022, and ensure you don't miss out on our global selection of live events in key Superyacht hubs, sign up as an Executive Member. Click here to learn more about the extensive list of benefits membership affords you. 

Profile links

Monaco Marine Group


MTU - A Rolls-Royce Solution




Victoria International Marina

Brookes Bell

Millstream Underwriting Ltd

Join the discussion

Where should the Live Tour take us in 2022?


To post comments please Sign in or Register

When commenting please follow our house rules

User photoScott Dillon - 07 Dec 2021 10:35

London is good, perhaps La Ciotat.

0 0
To post comments please login

Click here to become part of The Superyacht Group community, and join us in our mission to make this industry accessible to all, and prosperous for the long-term. We are offering access to the superyacht industry‚Äôs most comprehensive and longstanding archive of business-critical information, as well as a comprehensive, real-time superyacht fleet database, for just £10 per month, because we are One Industry with One Mission. Sign up here.

Related news

Image for Out now! The Superyacht Forum Live Tour - Amsterdam

Out now! The Superyacht Forum Live Tour - Amsterdam

The first episode of our second series provides insight into the first day of The Superyacht Forum in Amsterdam


Image for METSTRADE - Day 3


Our Chairman, Martin Redmayne, takes to Metstrade TV to discuss some pertinent issues


Image for METSTRADE - Day 2 coverage

METSTRADE - Day 2 coverage

SuperyachtNews highlights as METSTRADE 2021 gets into full swing


Image for METSTRADE returns


The world's premier marine trade show kick-starts after a two-year hiatus


Image for The Water Revolution Foundation: YETI and beyond

The Water Revolution Foundation: YETI and beyond

Day two of The Superyacht Forum Live, in Amsterdam, began with a frank assessment of the industry's green credentials


Image for METSTRADE confirmed to go ahead as planned

METSTRADE confirmed to go ahead as planned

What to watch out for as we look ahead to the long-awaited return of the worlds largest marine trade show


Sign up to the SuperyachtNews Bulletin

Receive unrivalled market intelligence, weekly headlines and the most relevant and insightful journalism directly to your inbox.

The SuperyachtNews App

Follow us on