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Superyacht Titan at anchor in the Caribbean

​ Superyacht Titan in St Maarten Seen here anchored off the Caribbean island of St Maarten is the 78 metre superyacht Titan, delivered in late 2010 by the German yard Abeking & Rasmussen. The interior of the yacht was designed by Reymond Langton and features custom made furniture pieces by Silverlining. …

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European Yacht of the Year Awards

Now in its 12th year, the “European Yacht of the Year” is judged by journalists from 11 different magazines from 11 different European nations. Each jury member tested every yacht from the five different categories, over two separate weeks in two different locations – from La Rochelle in September and …

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Serenity J in Silo Marina Auckland

​ Superyacht Serenity J in New Zealand Pictured here in Silo Marina in Auckland, New Zealand, is the 55 metre superyacht Serenity J built by the Dutch shipyard Amels in 2014. She features exterior design by Tim Heywood Design, and is part of the highly successful Amels Limited Editions range. …

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Concept for trimaran expedition yachts unveiled

                UK yacht designer Nigel Irens (NID) has presented an eye-catching concept for an explorer yacht under the code name of Origin 575 and Xplore 70. These 57m and 70m vessels are based on the platform and performance achieved during sea trials of …

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Qualifying Continues at Monsoon Cup

Local hero Hazwan Dermawan (MAS) wowed his Malaysian fans with another giant-killing performance in Qualifying Session two of the Monsoon Cup, the finale of the World Match Racing Tour. After Dermawan upset Australia’s Keith Swinton on the opening day, this time he dispatched world championship contender Bjorn Hansen (SWE) with …

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Zuccon present latest 94m superyacht Teti

Zuccon SuperYacht Design has today revealed their latest superyacht project: the 94 metre Teti. The new concept focuses on redefining a balance between indoor/outdoor living, concentrating on developing equally as expansive and ultimately enjoyable interior and exterior spaces. ​​ The upper deck is a focal point of this design philosophy, …

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Maldives superyacht marina project enters second phase

The Hulhumalé Yacht Marina in the Maldives is moving towards completion. The director of Asia Pacific Superyachts Maldives, Mohamed Hameed, said in a statement that the marina should be completed in the next eight months. When operational, the 300-slip marina should be one of the largest in the region. The …

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Show Goes on at Key West

Yachting Magazine founded Key West Race Week in 1987, with Premiere Racing taking over the event management in 1997. Now at the helm is the Storm Trysail Club, which successfully completed the 2016 edition on January 18-22. Scuttlebutt editor Craig Leweck spoke with Regatta Chairman John Fisher for an update… …

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Insight: an interview with McMullen & Wing

Established in 1969 in Auckland, New Zealand, McMullen & Wing are one of the most passionate shipyards when it comes to heritage, design and the promotion of their home country. This is mirrored in their most recent projects currently being developed, consisting of three very different series by three very …

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Records smashed at Mount Gay Round Barbados

Big winds, big speeds and the fastest ever times ever recorded made the 80th anniversary Mount Gay Round Barbados Race, one of the most spectacular in history with a total of five records broken, and each team winning their skipper’s weight in rum. Racing was over staggered starts commencing at …

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