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America’s Cup: Kiwis Stand Firm in 2015

America’s Cup: Kiwis Stand Firm in 2015

Emirates Team New Zealand, the most tenured campaign marching toward the 35th America’s Cup, has proven able to take a punch. After their remarkable defeat in 2013, after their financial uncertainty in the aftermath, after their team shake-up and skipper switch, they remain standing firm. The road to the 2017 ... Read More »

95m superyacht Kismet in Cabo San Lucas

95m superyacht Kismet in Cabo San Lucas

​​ Superyacht Kismet in Cabo San Lucas Superyacht Kismet became the largest yacht to enter Marina de CSL in the Mexican coastal town of Cabo San Lucas when she arrived here over a week ago. Certainly one of the German shipyard’s most recognizable creations, the 95m Espen Oeino designed yacht ... Read More »

3Si launches 3Si Guardian range

3Si launches 3Si Guardian range

VISIT US ON STAND 03.304 at METS Amsterdan, 17-19 November 2015   3Si (Safety and Survival Systems International Ltd), whose growing portfolio of marine safety products and services covers commercial, leisure and military markets, is launching the brand new 3Si Guardian range of life saving electronics at METS in Amsterdam ... Read More »

Clipper Race: Temporary Time Out

Clipper Race: Temporary Time Out

Steady surfs and large swells eased over the past 24 hours for the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race fleet, having been replace with light, fluffy winds overnight and this morning which are now providing a temporary time out from the strenuous Southern Ocean onslaught of the past seven days. ... Read More »

DMS Holland to unveil new generation stabilisers at METS

DMS Holland to unveil new generation stabilisers at METS

DMS Holland has announced they will reveal the MangusMaster at this year’s METS, which kicks off tomorrow. The system has been developed over the past three years and is described by the company as a new generation fully electric rotor-roll damping system. ​​​​ In comparison to existing systems, the MangusMaster ... Read More »

The 119m superyacht A moored in Venice

The 119m superyacht A moored in Venice

​​ The iconic 119 metre superyacht A was built by German shipyard Blohm & Voss and launched in 2008 at their facility in Kiel. Her Philippe Strack design has long since been an industry-wide topic met with mixed opinions about the end result. She is powered by two 6,035hp MAN ... Read More »

Volvo Ocean Race: Now What?

Volvo Ocean Race: Now What?

Since the Volvo Ocean Race concluded in June, the clouds of uncertainty rolled in. Teams come and go, but the boats are contracted to continue for the 2017-18 edition. Looking after the boats continues to be the responsibility of the Volvo Ocean Race Boatyard, the innovative feature of the last ... Read More »

America’s Problem With Youth Sports

America’s Problem With Youth Sports

Youth sailing in the U.S. now follows a similar path as most youth sports, which offers ever escalating opportunities for young people to participate and improve. And as young people get involved, it has become the inclination for parents to engage too. But now, as parents try so hard to ... Read More »

Lift Emotion reports busy year ahead of METS

Lift Emotion reports busy year ahead of METS

Ahead of METS, Dutch company Lift Emotion has reported a busy year in 2015, with projects taking place on several large superyachts, including a 100+ metre and 90 metre vessel. The company specialises in the design, installation and maintenance of elevators on board superyachts – including dumbwaiters – as well ... Read More »

America’s Cup: Sharing the story

America’s Cup: Sharing the story

The America’s Cup is launching a tour in 2016 along the east coast and gulf coast of the US to engage the public about the storied history of the event and infuse a new level of excitement and involvement. Troy Sears will be taking the modern replica of the world’s ... Read More »