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Yachting Platform – New App Launch

Availability is key! Yacht owners, captains and crew are structurally searching via Google or other possibilities for companies to deliver the products or services desired by the Yacht. It often appears that companies are not available to meet these needs. The result is a frustrating search for products and services …

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The Heavens Align For Syzygy 818

Feadship has unveiled the future name of Project 818 as the vessel was transported to the sea for a rigorous series of trials. The 77.25-metre superyacht will be called Syzygy 818, reflecting the divergent elements contained in a Feadship set to change many perceptions of yachtbuilding when fully revealed later this …

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1939 Feadship Zephyr Relaunched After Two-Year Refit

Eighty years and two months after her initial launch in May 1939, the 15-metre Feadship Zephyr has been relaunched after a comprehensive rebuild. Initially built by De Vries in Aalsmeer to a De Voogt design a decade before the two families joined forces with Van Lent to form Feadship, Zephyr was an innovative motoryacht …

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Artefact Moves Closer To Delivery

With the completion of extensive outfitting works, NOBISKRUG’s high-tech and environmentally-conscious 80-metre superyacht ARTEFACT (Project 790) has left the superyacht hall and is now entering the final stage before her delivery this summer season. Following 18 months in NOBISKRUG’S climate-controlled superyacht hall in Rendsburg, the visually striking M/Y ARTEFACT will …

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North American Course For Clipper Race

The route for the twelfth edition of the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race has been finalized, with the 11 teams embracing both sides of North America during the 40,000 nautical mile circumnavigation. The first stopover on the continent will be Seattle, WA, with the teams having already completed over …

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