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Navier’s America’s Cup inspired debut design

Navier’s America’s Cup inspired debut design

Silicon Valley startup, Navier recruited Oracle Team USA’s principal design engineer for the 35th America’s Cup, Paul Bieker, as lead naval architect for its debut model, Navier 27. Navier is led by two Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) engineers with

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Flagship: ‘What a time to be in business’

Flagship: ‘What a time to be in business’

The survival of the most adaptable is the reality facing businesses right now in every industry, as economies begin to adapt to life post-Covid. Superyachting, whilst usually more sheltered than other sectors in times of crisis, when faced with a

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Invictus to debut two models at Cannes

Invictus to debut two models at Cannes

Cannes Yachting Festival 2021 will see the debut of two new Invictus Yacht models, the SX200 and TT460. The Italian yard is planning to exhibit seven hulls at the show planned for September 7th-12th in Cannes, southern France. The new

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Marine Max increases financial capacity

Marine Max increases financial capacity

MarineMax has increased the amount, and extended the term, of its credit facility. The facility now provides America’s largest boat retailer with $500m of borrowing capacity, further increasing its liquidity and financial flexibility. The enhanced credit facility has a three-year

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Sustainable yachting: Data is key

Sustainable yachting: Data is key

“To be able to change something, you first have to be able to measure it,”  Mark Bamford, director, Credit Suisse told Superyacht Investor’s (SYI) Town Hall. “The ability to measure the carbon dioxide impact of a vessel is being brought to the superyacht

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Silent 60 to debut at Cannes

Silent 60 to debut at Cannes

Silent Yachts’ new SILENT 60 solar electric catamaran is due to debut its first public appearance at the upcoming Cannes Yachting Festival 2021. The yard is planning to organise sea trials during the show as well if they’re permitted. The

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Baltic 146 Path delivered

Baltic 146 Path delivered

Baltic Yacht’s third largest construction, the Baltic 146 Path has completed sailing trials off Jakobstad, Finland and is now with her owner. “The build benefitted from excellent teamwork between Baltic and the owner’s representative which contributed to this complex yacht

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AR glasses give virtual vessel access

AR glasses give virtual vessel access

Augmented reality (AR) glasses have been giving Yara Marine Technologies virtual vessel access throughout the pandemic. The AR glasses provide interactive access to vessel environments, like a ship’s engine room. Aleksander Askeland, chief scientific officer (CSO) at Yara Marine Technologies,

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Conserving oceans: Investment not philanthropy

Conserving oceans: Investment not philanthropy

The superyacht industry’s role in conserving and protecting the oceans should be viewed as an investment in the future and not an act of philanthropy, Robert van Tol, co-founder, Water Revolution Foundation told Superyacht Investor. He points out the industry

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LJ Fiduciary recruits James Porter as Director of Business Development

LJ Fiduciary recruits James Porter as Director of Business Development

Trust, corporate and fiduciary specialist, LJ Fiduciary has recruited James Porter as Director of Business Development. Porter has over two decades experience in the financial services sector to bring to his new role. Robert Burton, partner, head of Trust &

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