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81.80m Abeking & Rasmussen superyacht Romea in Monaco

81.80m Abeking & Rasmussen superyacht Romea in Monaco

​​ Superyacht RoMea in Monaco The 81.8m RoMea was built at the German shipyard Abeking & Rasmiussen and delivered in June this year. She shares a similar exterior design with her sister ship, KIbo, both designed by Terence Disdale Design Ltd. Her 12 guests are accommodated across 6 guest suites ... Read More »

Team Eagan dominated VX One North Americans

Team Eagan dominated VX One North Americans

Gulfport, MS (October 7, 2015) – It likely didn’t matter to the Eagan brothers (Marcus and Andrew) on Cajun Underwriting whether the sea breeze would come in Wednesday at the VX One North American Championship at Gulfport Yacht Club in Mississippi. They held a commanding 22-point lead after the eight ... Read More »

Sinot Yacht Design presents new 180m Symmetry design

Sinot Yacht Design presents new 180m Symmetry design

Dutch design studio Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design recently revealed their latest creation, the 180m concept Symmetry. The design is bi-directional superyacht concept that has been designed from the centre outward, resulting in a balanced and symmetrical appearance, that allows for increased manoeuvrability and safer tender transfer operations, thanks to a ... Read More »

Harsh Realities of a Coast Guard Search

Harsh Realities of a Coast Guard Search

When the U.S. Coast Guard found, and then left, a body believed to be from the lost 790-foot cargo ship El Faro, many may have been confused. Leaving the body means almost certainly leaving it forever and the absence of real closure for a family. It almost feels…cruel. The harsh ... Read More »

Otam 35m superyacht progress update

Otam 35m superyacht progress update

Italian shipyard Otam has released the latest building progress updates on their very first aluminium fully custom yacht, the SD35. Named Gipsy, she is being built for an experienced Italian client, with both interior and exterior designed by Tommaso Spadolini, and comes in at just under the 300 GRT mark ... Read More »

RSB Rigging Solutions Turns Ten Years

RSB Rigging Solutions Turns Ten Years

RSB Rigging Solutions is a widely reputed rigging company based in the shipyard of STP Shipyard, Palma de Mallorca. From humble beginnings RSB is now a globally recognised rigging company with dedicated Standing and Running Rigging Departments. RSB is also the only company in Spain that has been awarded the ... Read More »

Superyachts under moonlight outside Port Hercule

Superyachts under moonlight outside Port Hercule

​​ Seen here following the Monaco Yacht Show, is 73m CRN superyacht Yalla cruising by the 49.9m BenettiAlexandra as the moonlight lights up the waters outside Monaco’s Port Hercule. Launched in 2014, Omega architects are responsible for Yalla’s exterior design, and amongst her many features on board is a dedicated ... Read More »

Volvo Ocean Race: Upgrading the VO65

Volvo Ocean Race: Upgrading the VO65

The overhaul of the Volvo Ocean Race centred around the move to a one-design class, with the execution of the concept weighing heavily on project manager James Dadd. In this report for Seahorse magazine, Dadd reports on the first use of the VO65… It is now over three years since ... Read More »

America’s Cup venue to get tested by Hurricane Joaquin

America’s Cup venue to get tested by Hurricane Joaquin

The Atlantic hurricane season extends from June 1 to November 30, which makes any sailing event scheduled along eastern US at risk of serious weather. Such as the America’s Cup when Bermuda is the host in 2017. While the America’s Cup is scheduled early in the hurricane season, the program ... Read More »