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$1 billion superyacht

$1 billion superyacht

The $1 billion superyacht: Bigger, longer, but is it better? ntroducing “Triple Deuce,” set to be the world’s biggest superyacht at a whopping 222 meters long. At $1 billion, it will also be the most expensive private yacht ever built, costing more than the annual GDP of Western Sahara, the British Virgin Islands, and Micronesia. The identity of “Triple Deuce’s” ...

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Christensen shipyard closed?

Christensen shipyard closed?

According to reports in The Columbian, Christensen shipyard has been closed, although there has been no official clarification from the builder on its status. The main manufacturing plant has been shut, although a site housing current project, Missing Link, which was launched at the end of January, is still open, The Columbian states. SuperyachtNews.com contacted the shipyard but received the ...

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Palma Superyacht Show Golf Day for all

Palma Superyacht Show

The Palma Superyacht Show offers a quality selection of yachts above 24 metres for sale and charter and has become an important event in the yachting calendar. Perfectly timed before the summer season and taking in the 1st May public holiday, means that international visitors can enjoy a long weekend in sunny Palma, Majorca as well as see a stunning ...

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International Superyacht Society

International Superyacht Society announces 2015-2018 Board of Directors The ISS (International Superyacht Society) announces its 2015-2018 Board of Directors and Past Presidents Council. For the current year and based on a democratic voting system, ISS members have awarded eight Board positions for three years for the 2015-2018 term. ISS elections are held annually by peer selection. The ISS Executive Committee ...

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Captains debate key issues in Italy

The Superyacht Captains’ Forum comprised eight workshops which allowed captains to debate contentious topics with attendant delegates from other sectors of the industry. The closed sessions allowed people to speak freely and below are a selection of the broad points of consensus. How do captains and crew manage a yacht during and post-delivery? Captains and crew should be involved in ...

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Russian megayacht ships in NZ

Megayacht Serene

Russian megayacht ships out – next stop Nelson Megayacht Serene is heading north this afternoon with its next destination listed as Nelson after a week in Auckland. The 134m long vessel is due to arrive next Monday, suggesting it will spend time cruising offshore along the way. Visiting superyachts typically spend time in the Bay of Islands while visiting New ...

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New superyachts Solar by Oceanco

Solar Superyachts by Oceanco

New superyachts Solar by Oceanco 105m In September 2012, Moran Yacht & Ship announced the sale of this new-build 105m sailing yacht to be built by Oceanco. The largest sailing yacht ever to be built in the Netherlands, she’s called Solar. This awe-inspiring DynaRig sailing yacht will be the most revolutionary vessel ever built and features a unique array of ...

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CNB Superyachts

CNB Superyachts

CNB Superyachts Most popular in USA For over 20 year, CNB superyachts, the custom yacht division of Jeanneau / Group Beneteau has been designing and building some of the world’s most beautiful custom sailing yachts. Having built over 60 custom yachts ranging in size from 60 to 120 feet, CNB has acquired an unfailing reputation for the quality of its ...

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Pendennis Shipyard

Pendennis Shipyard

Major refits underway at Pendennis Shipyard Young people wishing to embark on a career within the super yacht building industry should look at the high standard of workmanship coming out of the Pendennis Shipyard. The company is currently looking to recruit eight apprentices for their hull finishing course. he world-class super yacht builders are busy with three major winter refit ...

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America’s Cup 35th superyacht turnout

35th America's Cup

America’s Cup 35th holds potential for bigger superyacht turnout Organisers of the 35th America’s Cup have announced today that Bermuda has won the bid to host the 2017 event over San Diego. All the speculation and rumours surrounding the venue choice were confirmed as commercial commissioner Harvey Schiller announced the decision in a press conference in New York. Stating the criteria ...

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