SuperyachtNews.com - Search

Search

Time to shine

CeraShield’s Duplex system protects new paint during the outfitting stage, preventing any degrading of the paint system prior to delivery

Technology 
27 Sep 2021

The value of class: behaviour-based safety

Part of an interview series with its experts, Lloyd's Register assesses how human factors can impact on-board safety

Operations 
31 Aug 2021

The evolving issue of bridge complexity

TEAM Italia discusses how bridge integrators ensure configurations remain safe and user-friendly

Technology 
28 Jul 2021

The cost of COVID for the crew sector

The operational impact of the travel restrictions brought about by the pandemic

Operations 
20 Jul 2021

An increase in cruise-ship crew applying for superyacht roles

How should the industry respond to this trend brought about by the pandemic?

Operations 
16 Jul 2021

Brexit and the UK supply chain

A discussion with Gym Marine about the impact of Brexit on the superyacht industry's UK supply chain

Business 
14 Jul 2021

A decline in active Turkish shipyards?

An update on the state of Turkey's new-build sector

Fleet 
09 Jul 2021

Hybrid technology in the 30-40m sailing yacht market

Following an uptick in hybrid models, a look at the challenges associated with the technology in this market segment

Technology 
09 Jul 2021

The Superyacht Captains Report

Out now, The Superyacht Captains Report tackles the most pertinent issues for superyacht crew today

Operations 
08 Jul 2021

‘There’s growing signs of clients looking to do refits in the US’

Following his appointment at Derecktor, a conversation with Derek Wagner about the current dynamics within US refit

Business 
07 Jul 2021

Orams Marine completes first stage of development

The development includes 12,000sqm of hardstand area and a new 820-tonne travel lift

Business 
06 Jul 2021

Reflections on the success of the Palma Superyacht Show

The first European yacht show since 2020 did not disappoint

Business 
30 Jun 2021

S/Y Elton: ensuring a return on investment

A discussion with Andy Scott, the owner of 32m sailing yacht Elton, on running a profitable charter yacht

Owner 
24 Jun 2021

S/Y Juliet undergoes hybrid conversion

Under sail, electrical power will be generated by the rotation of the propeller

Fleet 
23 Jun 2021

COVID-19 vaccinations for superyacht crew

Some owners are requesting crew are vaccinated and making their continued employment contingent on it

Operations 
21 Jun 2021

A day out on the Iguana X100

An assessment of the amphibious boat from a superyacht perspective

Technology 
17 Jun 2021

Introducing The Superyacht Forum Live: Virtual Focus Groups

A series of panel sessions identifying pertinent industry issues and bringing together experts to debate the solutions

Business 
17 Jun 2021

Nautique: a trending superyacht tender

A look at the benefits of the Nautique range for superyachts following the creation of Superyacht Nautique

Technology 
16 Jun 2021

Denison Yachting reports increased charter and brokerage activity

The positive numbers are attributed to the impact that the pandemic has had on the US yachting market

Business 
16 Jun 2021

The value of class: cyber security

Part of an interview series with its experts, Lloyd's Register reveals how to mitigate cyber-security risks on board

Technology 
14 Jun 2021

In the engine room: from ferries to superyachts

Engineer Josh Chapman discusses his transition from P&O Ferries to yachting in light of the pandemic

Operations 
11 Jun 2021

Risks surrounding lithium-ion batteries on board

A look back at the conclusions drawn from the fire on board M/Y Kanga in 2018

Operations 
09 Jun 2021

Increasing number of crew looking to unlimited certification

One such crewmember discusses the condensed experienced-seafarer route to an OOW Unlimited ticket

Operations 
07 Jun 2021

The value of class: electric superyacht toys

Part of an interview series with its experts, Lloyd's Register reveals the safety implications of Li-ion batteries

Technology 
03 Jun 2021

Blue-sky thinking and candid debate at the Balearic Yacht Show

Martin Redmayne will chair two must-attend sessions at the virtual event this week

Business 
02 Jun 2021

Building for Pacific cruising

What are the key considerations when building a yacht suitable for undertaking Pacific cruising with ease?

Fleet 
01 Jun 2021

The legacy of AC36 – from a superyacht perspective

With strict COVID-19 border controls, New Zealand missed out on its expected turnout for the 36th America’s Cup

Business 
27 May 2021

Bosch plans fuel cell push – will the superyacht industry take note?

Following Bosch's plans to invest €1bn in the technology, Justin Olesinski discusses the significance for yachting

Technology 
17 May 2021

Palma Superyacht Show set for June

Palma de Mallorca is the perfect setting for the first European yacht show since 2020

Owner 
13 May 2021

China and Hong Kong: superyacht market dynamics

As China’s billionaire population hits record numbers, the industry is still trying to grow this budding market

Owner 
11 May 2021

Baltic Yachts announces sale of Baltic 110

Due for delivery in 2023, the project comes at a busy time for the builder

Fleet 
11 May 2021

Sanlorenzo launches the Smart Helmet

The innovative device provides remote assistance on board by using holographic technology

Technology 
10 May 2021

One to One: Justin Olesinski

Justin Olesinski, managing director at Olesinski, discusses the evolution of the design sector

Fleet 
10 May 2021

Belgium leads the way in prioritising vaccines for seafarers

Following growing pressure from the maritime industry, the programme is said to be a first for crew in Europe

Operations 
07 May 2021

Third Amels 200 sold

The 60m Amels Limited Editions will be delivered in early 2024

Fleet 
07 May 2021

Work progresses on Project Sparta

Heesen has turned the hull of the 67m project

Fleet 
06 May 2021

The Pacific Superyacht Report

The issue amalgamates the most pertinent themes from such an expansive and diverse region

Business 
29 Apr 2021

UKSA Superyacht Cadetship gains momentum

The four-year course offers a structured pathway into the superyacht industry

Operations 
28 Apr 2021

Crew concerns over COVID-19 vaccine requests

A number of crew have contacted Nautilus International after being offered vaccines by yacht owners

Operations 
27 Apr 2021

Integrated Marine Group opens operations in Whangarei

Working in conjunction with Port Nikau, the company is currently managing three refit projects at this site

Business 
26 Apr 2021

New details of SeaXplorer 105 revealed

The model combines feedback from SeaXplorer clients, as well as input from the builder's design partners

Fleet 
26 Apr 2021

Sanlorenzo delivers first 62Steel

The 61.5m Cloud 9 is the first unit of three currently under construction

Fleet 
22 Apr 2021

Royal Huisman and Vripack unveil 52m sportfish

The duo reveal the design of Project 406 for the first time

Fleet 
22 Apr 2021

A1 invests in refit and repair facility in Greece

Situated on the Greek island Rhodes, the shipyard will be upgraded to cater for superyachts up to 100m

Business 
20 Apr 2021

Heesen announces sale of Project Altea

The project is the second yacht to be built on the Nova Plus design and engineering platform

Fleet 
15 Apr 2021

Thailand reduces quarantine requirements for visiting yachts

Quarantine has been cut from 14 days to 10 days for all arrivals, with further relaxations coming soon

Owner 
13 Apr 2021

Astilleros de Mallorca expands operations to Port Tarraco

Astilleros de Mallorca shipyard has announced the opening of its new offices in Port Tarraco, Spain

Business 
12 Apr 2021

One to one: René Bremer

AkzoNobel’s René Bremer discusses reducing waste and how to control time, money and materials

Business 
12 Apr 2021

New requirements for seafarers arriving in UK

Seafarers will be required to undertake COVID-19 lateral flow tests on certain days after arrival

Operations 
07 Apr 2021

Second Amels 200 launched following sale

The 60m Amels Limited Editions will be delivered this summer

Fleet 
06 Apr 2021

Sign up to the SuperyachtNews Bulletin

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

SuperyachtIndex Press releases

UKSA unveils new collaboration with The Little Gloster

UKSA, the leading maritime education and training charity, is today announcing a new and exclusive collaboration with the team behind award-winning – The Little Gloster Restaurant and Rooms, a famed Isle of Wight bolthole run by Ben and Holly Cooke.

If you are new to yachting have you heard of the MLC?

A useful summary of what the MLC is and who it applies to.

Superyacht community sees 40% increase in need for medical support

MedAire, the leading medical assistance, safety and security organisation has revealed a 40% increase in use of its MedLink service between 2019 and 2020. The service, dedicated entirely to the superyacht community, provides crew and guests with direct ac

The SuperyachtNews App

Follow us on