The Superyacht Owner Report is Out Now!
The highly anticipated Superyacht Owner Report is now available online...…
The Superyacht Owner Report is now available online! For those of you who are already members, you can access the link here, for those of you who are not, you can sign up to become an Essential Member here. The quickest, most efficient, and most environmentally friendly way to access our unrivalled journalism is via our online platform, and so we encourage all our loyal readers to make the digital transition. We are also pleased to announce that we will be offering a special discounted subscription at this year's Monaco Yacht Show. You can find us in Dars Sud - Stand DS98 - to meet the team, grab a drink and learn more about our membership offers.
The brief for this year's edition of The Superyacht Owner Report was to come up with something refreshing, insightful, and revelatory. After all, it is our 30th anniversary this year and we wanted to do something special, so we opened up a dialogue with some of the most exciting and candid market commentators in the superyacht industry. Our 30 for 30 section includes rising stars, experienced gurus, and visionary thinkers from a variety of different sectors. Instead of being retrospective, we thought it would be better to look into our crystal ball for the future and highlight the key aspects of our industry that need to become our focus of attention for the next 30 years.
The report would of course be incomplete without insight from superyacht owners. Our Editor Jack Hogan interviewed Steve Sidwell, owner of M/Y Ascente, about redefining the industry's approach to sustainable construction. We also spoke with Victor Vescovo about his incredible deep-sea expeditions and the potential we have as an industry to bring about positive environmental change.
We delved into the strange world of the metaverse and realised there was plenty of room for a new and improved superyacht industry. We spoke to Bernard d’Alessandri, General Secretary and Managing Director of Yacht Club de Monaco, about the hub's evolution from a cosy yacht club to a world knowledge bank. Our intelligence team also forensically examined the state of UHNWI's wealth, with a specific look into Billionaires, Millennials and the true potential of new money entering the yacht market.
We conclude The Superyacht Owner Report by confronting the issue of predatory behaviour in the superyacht industry. This topic is of course not exclusive to the superyacht industry, but nevertheless, there is a need to put pressure on those with the power to bring about real change, so that the perpetrators of abuse on board and shoreside face the consequences of their actions.
We are fully committed to working towards a greener superyacht industry. And we, as a team, aim to do all we can to ensure that we are part of the solution. That’s why we are encouraging our loyal readership to make the switch to digital media consumption, instead of print. And the best way to do that is to become part of The Superyacht Group Community. Issues of The Superyacht Report are only available to read to those with an Essential or Executive Membership.
Essential Membership grants members access to the full suite of business-critical content available across SuperyachtNews.com and The Superyacht Report, including access to our complete library of back issues, and unlimited access to SuperyachtIntel. To celebrate our 30th anniversary, we are offering you £30 off Essential Membership.
Executive Membership includes delegate access to our flagship event in Amsterdam, The Superyacht Forum Live, and the industry’s most dynamic conference programme, broadcast from the industry’s leading superyacht hubs, as well as all features included within the Essential Membership.
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