Swift superyachts are a big part of Baglietto’s past. New customers are still attracted to the convenience of cruising at mid-20-knot speeds
Typically at this time, megayacht captains, owners, and charter guests are making plans for the winter season. Due to Hurricanes Irma, Jose, and Maria, however, you may question whether to head to the Caribbean as usual
Owners, yacht designers, and builders frequently talk today about enhancing the connection to the sea. Gone are the days of small portholes, for example, and doors that stay closed.
Switching from one build shed to another, Project 790 made her first appearance on the water in Germany earlier today. Nobiskrug transferred her from its facilities in Kiel to those in Rendsburg.
Cruisers who like fast flying-bridge yachts are the ideal customers for Pearl Yachts.
For decades, Riva has been all about style. The 100 Corsaro continues that tradition up into megayacht territory. She remains true to the sporty looks and performance of her long line of predecessors
Yacht owners and guests increasingly seek destinations outside of the typical ports. Norway is among the countries benefiting. In fact, according to Superyacht Norway, which promotes the southwestern fjords and assists yachts on various fronts, visits rose 40 percent this past summer
Six hours of work seen in just one minute. That’s what you get in the video below, from the yacht enthusiasts at the Dutch Yachting social media channels
There are charter yachts, and then there are charter yachts where the owner has thought through even the minutest detail. Cloud 9 certainly falls into the latter category