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A sobering reality

As the industry looks to become more professionalised, Captain Kelly Gordon explains how dry boats can help solve the industry's drinking problem…


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Evolution of the new-build brokers

Today brokers must do more than bring cash to the table and then sign off, with clients now considered long-term assets rather than a one-time source of income…


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Big cat country

Monohulls still comprise the lion’s share of the fleet, but could large multihulls ever overcome current prejudices to become the new kings of the jungle?


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Brainstorming the Simply Custom concept

Oceanco invited 15 studios to submit designs on a set platform – how does a top designer such as Winch approach innovation and expression?


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Are yards doing the hard yards?

Are new-build shipyards doing enough to improve their in-house sustainability processes as the clock ticks down to the looming deadline of 2030?


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Cracking the Code

The REG Large Yacht Code forms the foundation of safe construction in the new-build sector. Here, we look at the 2024 revisions…


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The future of The Superyacht Group

Chairman and Editor-in-Chief Martin Redmayne outlines the opportunity to move in a new, intelligent and strategic direction…


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‘We must be proactive on crew welfare’

Charles Boyle, director of legal services, Nautilus International, says regulations compliance isn’t enough – crew welfare must take


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