The 2017 UBS/PwC Billionaires Report has just been released, and the results of the analysis this year are particularly interesting. Let’s take a look at some of the highlights of the report to understand what this means for the yachting industry. The Big Picture • The report analysed ...Read more Comments Off on Asia is set to be the next yachting hotspot and here’s why
So many of the world’s best shipyards are in Holland, it’s actually pretty hard to choose a top ten. Luckily for us, we were able to draw on the substantial experience of Dutch Yachting founder Hanco Bol who kindly provided his suggestions. To be honest, we couldn’t have ...Read more Comments Off on The Top 10 Dutch Superyachts Ever Built
Roaming abroad can be a subject that automatically starts making you feel a bit panicky, often you have no idea how much it will cost and the chances are, your bill is going to be enormous. Luckily it doesn’t have to be this way and we’ve been catching ...Read more Comments Off on Read this if the internet on your boat sucks
One of the conversations I still never tire of having with professionals in the industry is how yachting has grown and developed in such a magnificent and swift fashion over the past twenty years. From its infancy when walking the docks and word-of-mouth was the only way to ...Read more Comments Off on The Superyacht Group’s new t-shirts can help protect our oceans.
Imagine you’re 1,000 miles from nowhere, yet you have so much pristine scenery waiting to be captured on film. What do you do? Do you pass up the opportunity or do you rally with the tools you have to hand? With a few pro tips, some basic equipment, ...Read more Comments Off on 5 top tips to make any yachtie a video pro
At Superyacht Content we are always on the look-out for interesting and alternative yachting stories. So, when the story of AL MANSUR came to our attention courtesy of Jim Evans at Superyachts Monaco on Instagram, we just had to find out more! A post shared by Jim Evans ...Read more Comments Off on The total destruction of Saddam Hussein’s yacht
Anybody who hasn’t been living under a rock for the past 8 weeks (or on a particularly long charter) will probably have heard of something taking place on ITV2, called Love Island. How can I describe it? Well, it’s kind of like Big Brother, only the contestants are ...Read more Comments Off on ITV 2 ‘Love Island’ contestants get a taste of the superyacht life in Mallorca
The ‘Mad Men’ generation made the leisurely 3-hour lunch famous. Unfortunately for most millennial office dwellers, it’s a dying trend worldwide, but not for the yachting elite who still relish a mealtime as an opportunity to create a shared bespoke experience for that very special client. Leave the ...Read more Comments Off on We asked top superyacht industry players where they like to lunch.
Finding a berth in one of the most sought after destinations in the Med can be a challenge, but what about two? OneOcean Port Vell in Barcelona and Sovren Ibiza have just announced, what we think, is a genius opportunity to grab a guaranteed berth in both locations, ...Read more Comments Off on This Ibiza berth opportunity really is twice as nice!
Another year of this magnificent event is nearly at a close, as the America’s Cup heads into the final match today between Sweden and New Zealand to decide who will challenge Oracle for the trophy. The Cup is the oldest sporting trophy in history, so it doesn’t get ...Read more Comments Off on Experience the America’s Cup: from the Superyacht owner’s perspective