Pocket superyacht CROSSOVER 27 aims to solve ‘an industry wide problem’

Pocket superyacht CROSSOVER 27 aims to solve ‘an industry wide problem’

The newest project by Lynx Yachts, CROSSOVER 27, true to its name is a pocket-superyacht aiming to meet the requirements of active superyachting by merging the capabilities of a support vessel and explorer yacht. The yacht is due for delivery

Read Full Article
Dubai International Boat Show postponed due to coronavirus

Dubai International Boat Show postponed due to coronavirus

The Dubai International Boat Show has been postponed until late November, amid fears surrounding the outbreak of coronavirus. The show was set to take place from March 10th to 14th but it will now be held from November 24th to

Read Full Article
Tankoa and Camper & Nicholsons announce sale of third S501 hull

Tankoa and Camper & Nicholsons announce sale of third S501 hull

Tankoa Yachts has sold its S501 hull with the assistance of Fernando Nicholson of Camper & Nicholsons. Built on speculation, S501 is the third hull in the Genoan shipyard’s all-aluminium 50-metre series designed by Francesco Paszkowski and is due to

Read Full Article
OceanXplorer : A superyacht built to research

OceanXplorer : A superyacht built to research

The 87.1m superyacht-cum-research-vessel, OceanXplorer, has been relaunched from Damen’s shipyard based in Gorinchem, Netherlands following a two-year refit. She was built in 2010 at the Freire shipyard in Spain and spent her life until now as a deep-sea survey vessel

Read Full Article
Sunreef Yachts’ new partnership: Own a floating installation

Sunreef Yachts’ new partnership: Own a floating installation

Sunreef Yachts has announced a partnership with Miami-based artist, Alexander Mijares, whose first piece, adorning a 70 Sunreef Power catamaran, is currently up for sale. The yacht with a fully wrapped hull, entitled Pieces of Me, was displayed at last

Read Full Article
Marquis Yachts to continue production despite notice of possible layoffs

Marquis Yachts to continue production despite notice of possible layoffs

US-based Marquis Yachts LLC has said there will be no disruption to its production despite warning the Wisconsin State Department of potential layoffs if a sale of the company could not be completed before March 1st. In late January, as

Read Full Article
Fractional ownership presents flexible solution

Fractional ownership presents flexible solution

Fractional ownership of a superyacht can offer a practical and flexible solution for all those wanting to experience yachting, novice or expert, SmartYacht’s Verena Bruenings told us in an interview with Superyacht Investor. “Fractional ownership can be an attractive solution

Read Full Article
The Mediterranean remains the charter hotspot, but far-flung destinations growing in popularity

The Mediterranean remains the charter hotspot, but far-flung destinations growing in popularity

Online charter booking platform provider, YOTHA, has reported a successful year in 2019 as European waters remaining the top spots for charterers. A total of 62 weeks were booked aboard the YOTHA’s charter fleet in 2019 and the forecast looks

Read Full Article
She of the Sea, a small tender in a wider sea of change

She of the Sea, a small tender in a wider sea of change

With a copy of the gender diversity pledge in hand,  Natasha Ambrose, while far right is founder, Jenny Matthews.   She of the Sea founder, Jenny Matthews, said it herself, the mainstream media have not often portrayed the superyacht industry

Read Full Article
Solar yacht capable of limitless sailing with zero emissions

Solar yacht capable of limitless sailing with zero emissions

Two catamarans, the Serenity 64 and 74, are on trend for the 2020s. Sustainability is driving change almost everywhere you look and the superyachting industry is no different. Grand Cayman-based Serenity Yachts just unveiled two newly designed solar-powered catamarans at

Read Full Article

Superyacht Insight

Sign up for Superyacht Investor Email Insight

* indicates required