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Crews-in into 2022

Crews-in into 2022

When one door closes, another door opens. International sanctions caused many in the industry to fear for the livelihoods of crew on Russian vessels. However, the highly qualified and experienced crew from these yachts are now available for employment throughout

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Thousands of crew affected by Russia sanctions

Thousands of crew affected by Russia sanctions

Up to 4,500 crew working on superyachts owned by Russians are being impacted by sanctions imposed after the invasion of Ukraine. Some have reportedly lost their jobs, while others fear non- payment of their wages, according to industry sources consulted

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The View From The Bridge: The changing face of yachting

The View From The Bridge: The changing face of yachting

The credentials of superyacht crews are attracting attracting more attention. Last month’s Superyacht Investor London 2020 conference plus a recent visit to Subsea 2020 Expo in Aberdeen have prompted me to consider the changing face of yachting, writes captain Iain

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View From The Bridge: Developing 2020 vision for the year ahead

View From The Bridge: Developing 2020 vision for the year ahead

Responsible yachting is likely to be one of the key themes of 2020. This article explores some of the key trends that are likely to shape the superyachting world of 2020, writes captain Iain Flockhart. My editor pipped me to

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Superyacht Investor’s seven top stories of the past six months

Superyacht Investor’s seven top stories of the past six months

The application of VAT to superyachts sailing Mediterranean waters, green propulsion systems and crew management were three key themes that united the most popular stories published on Superyacht Investor over the past six months. In August, Superyacht investor navigated the

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