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More Deaths from Sailing than Football

A new study from Rhode Island Hospital researchers based on data from the U.S. Coast Guard found that sailing in the U.S. has a higher fatality rate than football and downhill skiing. Despite an image of carefree jaunts in sun-splashed waters, sailors experience fatalities at a higher rate than that …

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Turquoise Yachts expands superyacht facilities

Turquoise Yachts has announced that it now has a combined capability to build ten superyachts simultaneously. The announcement follows on from two major investments the Turkish boatbuilder has completed at its shipyards in Kocaeli and Pendik near Istanbul. Following a year of construction, the main shed at the Kocaeli shipyard …

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Monte Carlo Yachts launches second MCY 105 superyacht

The second hull in Monte Carlo Yachts’ MCY 105 line, named Serendipity, has been launched earlier in the year, and has since successfully completed her sea trials off the coast of Italy. Built at the company’s facility near Trieste, Serendepityfeatures a soft blue hull and white superstructure compared to the …

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America’s Cup: Land Rover BAR Close to Collapse

Following on from the UK Government’s £9m injection of public cash into the building of the Land Rover BAR base in Portsmouth, and high profile support from the mastermind of the Olympic Games in Britain, Sir Keith Mills, the British America’s Cup challenger is struggling for survival and reportedly has …

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Numarine presents new 32XP

Numarine has announced that construction of hull #1 of its new 32XP series has started. The yacht joins Numarine 40XP forming a new line of explorer yachts. The styling of the series is work of Turkish designer Can Yalman. Numarine 32XP is a 32m yacht designed to accommodate 12 guest. …

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America’s Cup: Converting Whine to Wine

When the 52-year-old Bill Koch won the 1992 America’s Cup, he was not impressed with an event that he estimated had about $600 million spent by the challengers and defenders as they prepared for the 1992 event. “It’s gotten obscene and wasteful,” said Koch. Thinking that a $20 million budget …

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Admiral signs build of new 63m flagship superyacht

Developed together with an experienced owner, Italian yachting brand Admiral have announced the signing of a 63 metre new build project. To be built at the Italian Sea Group’s facility in Marina di Carrara near La Spezia, the sale of the project was managed by Alex Banning from SuperYachtsMonaco and …

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