If good things come in pairs, great things must come in threes. At least that seems the case for Skat.
The cruising lifestyle depends wholly on the health of the oceans. With that in mind, more yachting companies are supporting ocean-conservation causes.
In case you’ve been living under a rock, on Monday, August 21, the United States will experience a total solar eclipse.
Superyacht Tenders and Toys, who recently won the Queens Award for International Trade 2017, continues to show strong growth and has welcomed Angus Gilmour as a new Project Assistant. Angus has joined SYTT to assist the team and focus mainly on the management of custom tender projects
The first AM37 owner has taken delivery of his new Aston Martin powerboat which will be berthed in Miami.Handcrafted in the UK by Quintessence Yachts, AM37 hull #1 is customised with many additional features including the AM37S propulsion package … via JustLuxe.com
On average, more than 600 exhibitors across yachting and other luxury sectors attend the Monaco Yacht Show. But, those are just the on-land displays.
Italian yacht designer Marco Ferrari has released details of his latest concept called F65. This modern yacht can accommodate up to 12 guests across six custom-built cabins; the main guest accommodation area is situated on the lower deck with a VIP suite, twin cabin and double cabin. The F65 has a spacious sun deck with a length of 22m, and will incorporate an enclosed gym, massage room, an infinity pool, bar and lounge area
“This is a really light construction for cruising and racing, which makes it an exciting project.” So says Tommy Johannson, Baltic Yachts’ project manager. He’s referring to the Baltic 112 Custom designed by Malcolm McKeon, who in turn refers to the sailing superyacht as the MM341. Both sets of numbers come from her LOA: 112 in Continue reading The post “Exciting” Baltic 112 Custom, A.K.A.
The European continent has some of the most desirable megayacht marinas in the world. It also has some of the most expensive. This, according to research by Engel & Völkers Yachting, using a theoretical 180-footer (55-meter) as the measuring stick.