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OPINION: Yachting takes centre stage thanks to three glitzy shows and Greta

OPINION: Yachting takes centre stage thanks to three glitzy shows and Greta

Glitzy yacht shows – featuring vessels such as the 80-metre Excellence – and climate change campaigner Greta Thunberg are helping to raise the profile of yachting. The global yachting industry is about to enjoy a moment in the sun, courtesy

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New LeVen superyacht range unveiled by YachtCreators

New LeVen superyacht range unveiled by YachtCreators

YachtCreators has unveiled the new LeVen range of shallow-draft superyachts, specifically designed for coastal cruising. Superyacht company YachtCreators has teamed up with entrepreneur Lucas Silva to launch a new range of 27-metre luxury vessels known as LeVen Yachts, featuring the

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Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show to feature Superyacht       Village

Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show to feature Superyacht Village

This year’s show features a Superyacht Village, capable of handling luxury yachts up to 122 metres in length. The Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, the world’s largest in-water boat show, which opens in October, is to feature a new Superyacht

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Shopping for a superyacht? Answer these six key questions first: Heesen Yachts

Shopping for a superyacht? Answer these six key questions first: Heesen Yachts

Consider these six questions before shopping for a superyacht, advises Arthur Brouwer, CEO of Heesen Yachts. So, you’re thinking of buying a superyacht? Then, it will pay to consider the six points on this check list before talking to your

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Superyacht firm YachtCreators forges partnership with Delta Carbon

Superyacht firm YachtCreators forges partnership with Delta Carbon

YachtCreators won acclaim with superyacht designs such as Laurentia by Heesen. Superyacht firm YachtCreators has forged a strategic partnership with Delta Carbon, the North American importer for Swedish carbon-fibre boat builder Delta Powerboats. The Fort Lauderdale-based YachtCreators will take over

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Ocean Alexander will debut new 90’ model  at 2018 Fort Lauderdale Intl. Boat Show

Ocean Alexander will debut new 90’ model at 2018 Fort Lauderdale Intl. Boat Show

– The 90R is the first model of the new Revolution Series – Evan Marshall has teamed up with Ocean Alexander once again for the forthcoming OA90R – Notable features include a full beam master suite, a glass enclosed beach club, expansive dining and

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Oceanco presents diamond-coated Project Lumen

Oceanco presents diamond-coated Project Lumen

Netherlands shipyard Oceanco revealed a diamond-coated version of its new 92-metre Project Lumen superyacht at Fort Lauderdale 2017. The yacht is designed by American designer Andreil Rollins and can accommodate up to 36 guests. This version features a Sun King

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Lürssen launches Project Fiji

Lürssen launches Project Fiji

German shipyard Lürssen Yachts has launched Project Fiji. Fiji was launched off Lürssen’s slipway in Schacht-Audorf and is scheduled for delivery in 2019. The yacht was sold to an experienced yacht owner at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2015. Moran Yacht

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Azimut Yachts to display 18 models at Fort Lauderdale 2017

Azimut Yachts to display 18 models at Fort Lauderdale 2017

Azimut Yachts will showcase 18 models at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2017 from 1-5 November. The company is to display the Azimut S7, which will be making its first appearance on the US market. Eighteen yachts will be

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Heesen’s Project Ruya sold

Heesen’s Project Ruya sold

Heesen has sold YN 17947 (Project Ruya) to an experience American yachtsman. This is Thom Conboy – Heesen’s US representative’s – third yacht sale of 2017. Project Ruya will be spending the summer cruising the Mediterranean and will be on

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