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Oyster Yachts To Open New Moulding Facility As It Secures Landmark Safety Deal

Mould production facility to open in September, with the first Lloyd’s Register certified yachts to begin moulding then Oyster Yachts has announced a strategic partnership with Lloyd’s Register EMEA (LR) securing a safety certification process which will be implemented on all newly built yachts. The maritime safety classification society will now approve …

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New ICON Superyacht Under Construction

The 84m ICON 280 is currently in build in the Netherlands ICON Yachts in the Netherlands has unveiled details of its new 84m superyacht currently under construction at its Harlingen yard – the ICON 280. The secretive project designed by Tim Heywood is now listed on the market, presenting a …

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Spotlight On Port Cala Nova Marina

Port Calanova – a one stop shop for all your yachting and relaxation needs Part marina, part sailing school, Port Calanova has a clear goal: to adapt to the needs and requirements of different users who are looking for a high-quality service, without losing the essence and prestige stemming from a long …

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Brits Win GC32 Racing Tour Palma

Palma de Mallorca, Spain (August 4, 2018) – INEOS Team UK has won the GC32 competition at 37 Copa del Rey MAPFRE, run by the Club Nautico de Palma. With 19 races held across four days on the Bay of Palma, the British flying catamaran secured the overall win with …

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Bermuda Triangle Mystery Solved?

British scientists believe 100-foot ‘rogue’ waves could be the reason why so many boats have been sunk in the mysterious Bermuda Triangle. The infamous body of water in the western part of the North Atlantic ocean stretches 700,000km between Florida, Bermuda and Puerto-Rico. Also known as the Devil’s Triangle, the …

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Yacht & Captain: Barnaby Henshaw-Depledge

Captains of Ships  Back in 1933, the owner of Woolworths, William Stephenson, commissioned the build of a 39 metre (130 foot) J-Class Velsheda, named after his three daughters Velma, Sheila and Daphne.  With the most advanced design for spars, rigging and sails around, she went on to compete against the …

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