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A Water Safari

Posted April 18, 2017, 10:47 a.m.
A Waterborne Safari Cruising the Southern African Coast

Aquamarina at Rivergate Marina

Posted April 18, 2017, 10:41 a.m.
RIVERGATE EXPERTISE, SERVICE& LOCATION APPEAL TO AQUAMARINA     The shimmering pearlescent blue-hulled, 47-metre MY Aquamarina made a jaw-dropping entrance as it cruised via the Gold Coast Seaway up the Brisbane River to Rivergate Marina & Shipyard for scheduled maintenance.   The ISA-built luxury superyacht was constructed in Italy in 2006 in steel and aluminium to Lloyds International Class Rules and is MCA and RINA compliant.   Speaking about his choice of Rivergate for repair, refit and maintenance, Captain Alistair Purves said “We have been bringing MY Aquamarinato Rivergate Marina & Shipyard Brisbane for annual maintenance for over five years, primarily ...

Italian yachting service specialist launches Luise Yachting Adriatic

Posted March 28, 2017, 12:56 p.m.
Italian yachting service specialist launches Luise Yachting Adriatic Luise Group in Italy has announced the opening of new offices throughout the Adriatic Sea. The new locations will operate under the brand name Luise Yachting Adriatic. Headquartered in Naples, Luise Group is a registered yacht and ship agents with a range of services in its portfolio offering services to yachts owners and captains in Italy and the French Riviera. Luise Yachting Adriatic is headed up by managing partner Edward Pegan. Based in Venice, Luise Yachting Adriatic will offer services along the entire Italian Adriatic, Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro and Albania. The emphasis will be ...

An Exquisite Summer Wine: très Chardonnay de Rosé

Posted March 28, 2017, 12:53 p.m.
An Exquisite Summer Wine: très Chardonnay de Rosé By Igor Sill, March 27, 2017   Spending the summer months sipping Rosé wines in one of the most beautiful and famous villages of France, St. Tropez, brings back some truly incredible memories.  The sparkling aquamarine stretch of coastline between Provence, St. Tropez and Bandol is home to some of the finest Rosé wines and the perfect accompaniment to a Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur afternoon.    Each year, a group of us friends make the annual trek to Dick Eddy’s Annual Rosé Wine Tasting gathering at his lovely Mediterranean villa centered in St. Tropez.  Every year, ...

Balk Shipyard - The First AntiRoll Installation facility in Europe

Posted March 28, 2017, 12:49 p.m.
Balk Shipyard – The first AntiRoll installation facility in Europe   A steady partnership in perfect balance A tradition of shipbuilding that spans more than two centuries, the 7th generation now at the helm and Purveyor to the Court of the Netherlands. There are few shipyards that are able to present such a record. Balk Shipyard can. And this is testimony to their tradition in innovation and respect for their roots. A heritage which has driven them to continuously anticipate the requirements of the times and develop effective and agile business strategies. As a result, Balk Shipyard can now call ...

White Fleet of Modern Times

Posted Nov. 23, 2016, 10:05 a.m.
White Fleet of Modern Times   Cruising on pleasure boats goes back a long way on the large lakes of Central Europe. There has been a so-called White Fleet in Switzerland for more than 175 years. But the Lake Lucerne Navigation Company (SGV) always moves with the times. The latest generation of passenger boats has the countenance of a superyacht and is designed by the Bremenhaven company, judel/vrolijk & co – design GmbH from the DEUTSCHE YACHTEN, Superyacht Germany working group. Following on from the trailblazer “MS Saphir”, the SGV now has its flagship under construction.   The 63.50-metre-long jewel ...

THE NORTH EASTERN ADRIATIC Marinas, Shipyards & More

Posted Nov. 12, 2016, 2:32 p.m.
THE NORTH EASTERN ADRIATIC   Marinas, Shipyards & More   By Anne Spyropoulos   (This complete editorial can be found at: Edition 30)   New destinations further afield and outside of traditional winter refit centers are seeing a revival of sorts as the number and size of yachts worldwide are growing causing shipyard space to be at a premium.  This climate is forcing yacht owners, captains and managers to re-evaluate previously undervalued locations for winter layup. With over 25 yachts (30m+) in the Trieste area and over 130 yachts in Croatia this past winter, never before has the area ...


Posted Nov. 12, 2016, 2:30 p.m.
THE POWER OF YACHTING TO DO GOOD Let’s keep It Rolling By Norma Trease   (This complete editorial can be found at: Edition 30)   Wealth, power, technology, creation, influence, communication, art, voyaging, construction, are only a few of the many words which describe the potential of the yachting community to impact the world. As seen in leading publications, novels, in film and on television, yachting is viewed as the ultimate refuge of the ultra-rich, with a reputation and image that is definitely negative, with whiffs of corruption, and abuse of power. For those of us who work in ...


Posted Nov. 12, 2016, 2:27 p.m.
SHIP SHAPE AND FIT FOR PURPOSE The Superyacht Gym By Edward Thomas   (This complete editorial can be found at: Edition 30)   There has never been a time in the history of yacht building when onboard gyms and wellness facilities have proven to be so popular.   An increasing number of are dedicating more of their precious time to looking after themselves as they keep their businesses financially sound. In the past many would see exercise as a somewhat abstract investment of time for a long-term reward- quite incoherent with how they would run the rest of their ...


Posted Nov. 12, 2016, 2:23 p.m.
SUPERFOODS for SUPERYACHTS   The Food Of The Kings   By AngelikA Furstler    (This complete editorial can be found at: Edition 30)   For thousands of years ancient civilisations have been using "the foods of the kings" and taking advantage of their outstanding effects on health and wellbeing. Pharaons in Egypt, Chinese Emporers, the Mayas, Aztecs, Incas and many more have harnessed the power of the most valuable foods on the planet - 'superfoods'. Superfoods were sought by kings of ancient civilizations with olive oil being used to anoint kings, chia seeds were used as an energy source ...

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