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Press Release – Fairline

  Fairline Yachts has confirmed its “design future” with the breaking news of a new partnership and collaboration with Italian yacht designer Alberto Mancini and renowned Dutch naval engineers, Vripack. Fairline Yachts has today signed contracts with the Alberto Mancini Yacht Design studio (amyachtdesign.com) in an exciting strategic move by …

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10.5 METER CUSTOM LIMOUSINE TENDER

HODGDON YACHTS 10.5 METER CUSTOM LIMOUSINE TENDER Two hundred years of history culminate in the most elegant and award winning mega-yacht limousine tender ever!  Hodgdon Custom Tenders, the high-end builder of tenders crafted to complement sophisticated super and megayachts and a division of Hodgdon Yachts, unveils more details and full photography …

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Barcelona Summer Berthing

  SUMMER IN BARCELONA Our location is an ideal turnaround destination for those yachts seeking to be based in the Spanish/Balearic region this summer. These are a few of the benefits of coming to Barcelona’s city center marina:   Duty-Free Fuel Excelent provisioning services Berthed in the center of Barcelona, …

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Rivergate Marina & Shipyard to target larger yachts

Rivergate Marina & Shipyard is Brisbane, Australia, is reviewing options on how to cater for larger vessels, Superyacht Business’ sister title IBI reports. The company is said to be Australia’s leading superyacht refit yard and one of the most active companies of its kind in the Asia Pacific region. To …

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Slow Start but Para Worlds Stays on Schedule

Light winds kept the fleets at the 2016 Para World Sailing Championships ashore as postponements delayed racing across the three Paralympic classes, but all fleets completed two races with the scores now reflecting a discard. Event details – Scoreboard – Facebook Sonar It was a long wait for the Sonar …

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Attrition Continues for Atlantic Cup

Nine Class40 teams representing the U.S., Canada, Sweden, England, France and Spain will start the 2016 Atlantic Cup on May 28. Originally set for 12 teams a month ago, and then 10 teams a week ago, the latest drop out was Louis Duc’s Carac which suffered damage in The Transat …

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Rivergate Marina & Shipyard to target larger yachts

Rivergate Marina & Shipyard is Brisbane, Australia, is reviewing options on how to cater for larger vessels, Superyacht Business’ sister title IBI reports. The company is said to be Australia’s leading superyacht refit yard and one of the most active companies of its kind in the Asia Pacific region. To …

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Codecasa unveils 50m design concept

Codecasa shipyard in Viareggio has presented a design concept for a 50m motoryacht. The new Codecasa 50 is a four-deck vessel with classical lines that recall those of the Codecasa 51, however this concept parts from the Codecasa 50 Vintage Series motoryacht Gazzella in that the exterior of the new …

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What’s In a Name or WIAN?

by David Redfern I am privileged to have spent a very good portion of my life promoting various yacht races and racing teams worldwide as well as other major international events like being media director of the Rugby World Cup, the the Winter Olympic Games, the International Festival of the …

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