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Silver Yachts’ 73m superyacht Dragonfly in Majuro

Silver Yachts’ 73m superyacht Dragonfly in Majuro

Superyacht Dragonfly in Majuro Launched as Silver Zwei in Australia in 2009 at Hanseatic Marine, now Silver Yachts, is the 73 metre Espen Oeino designed superyacht Dragonfly. She is the second yacht in the yard’s Silver Series, following the 2009Rabdan (ex. Silver) and preceding the 2012 Smeralda and 2015 Silver ... Read More »

Victory for Nomad IV in RORC in Transatlantic Race

Victory for Nomad IV in RORC in Transatlantic Race

The 30 metre Maxi Dolphin sailing yacht Nomad IV claimed line honours yesterday in the 2015 RORC Transatlantic Race when she crossed the finish line outside the Camper & Nicholsons Port Louis Marina in Grenada. The monohul class winner averaged a boat speed of just under 12 knots over the ... Read More »

IDEC SPORT: Not Pleasant Sailing

IDEC SPORT: Not Pleasant Sailing

The 31.5m IDEC SPORT maxi trimaran has regained 300 miles in forty hours. Francis Joyon’s men have carried out five gybes one after the other since yesterday evening. They are speeding along at 30 knots on a route a long way south. Their aim is to stay ahead of a ... Read More »

Vitters superyacht Dardanella in Auckland

Vitters superyacht Dardanella in Auckland

​​ Superyacht Dardanella in Auckland One of the few motor yachts ever built by the Vitters shipyard, Dadanella, is currently spending time in Auckland, New Zealand. The 36.88 metre explorer styled yacht was built by the Dutch shipyard in 1998 with naval architecture, exterior and interior design by Vripack. Dardanella ... Read More »

Paige Railey: Grateful, Humble, Determind

Paige Railey: Grateful, Humble, Determind

Honored as the 2006 ISAF World Sailor of the Year Award, American Paige Railey seeks the final award… an Olympic medal. Beat out in the trials for 2008, and finishing a disappointing 8th at the 2012 London Games, Paige was fully focused on fulfilling her quest at the 2016 Games ... Read More »

ISAF Sailing World Cup begins this week in Australia

ISAF Sailing World Cup begins this week in Australia

Over 900 competitors are arriving in preparation for one of Victoria’s top sporting events, the ISAF Sailing World Cup – Melbourne. Competition on December 9-13 will include all ten Olympic and three Paralympic events. Additionally, several invited classes for junior and youth sailors offer aspiring sailors the opportunity to share ... Read More »

Photo gallery of the 54th Antigua Charter Show

Photo gallery of the 54th Antigua Charter Show

The annual charter show attracts brokerage companies from around the world, providing a platform to showcase some of their flagship charter vessels to charter brokers in the industry. For many the event signals the start of the Caribbean charter season which runs until May the following year for many yachts. ... Read More »

Mulder 34m superyacht Solis off Monaco

Mulder 34m superyacht Solis off Monaco

​​ Superyacht Solis in Monaco Launched in July this year, the new Mulder Custom Thirty Four superyacht Solis became Mulder’s largest superyacht to date when she was delivered to her owner this past summer. The shipyard teamed up with British design studio Claydon Reeves and the naval architects at Van ... Read More »

70 metre Superyacht Skat in Antigua

70 metre Superyacht Skat in Antigua

​​ The 70 metre superyacht Skat was launched at the Lürssen shipyard in Germany in 2002. She is known for her distinct aggressive military appearance, which is the handy work of designer Espen Oeino. Marco Zanini designed her interior spaces, which were kept as simplistic as possible; following her functional ... Read More »

Australian Olympic Team Takes Shape

Australian Olympic Team Takes Shape

Sydney, Australia (December 4, 2015) – At the London 2012 Olympic Games the Sailing Section was the shining light of the Australian Olympic Team, winning three gold and one silver medal among the ten events. With medallists from 2012 continuing and new crews making podiums around the world, expectations are ... Read More »