Kyle Buckett (pictured below, at left) has a passion for surfing. He’s also a former Navy SEAL. Four years ago, he co-founded One More Wave, a non-profit supplying custom surfing equipment to veterans, many of whom suffer from physical disabilities and mental trauma. Some are even suicidal. To that point, One More Wave provides these
How many superyacht design studios have a partner with a background in finance, plus a keen eye for design? Harrison Eidsgaard does. This is just one part of the story behind the renowned studio, setting it apart from others in the industry. Of course, there’s more to Harrison Eidsgaard, too, which Ben Harrison (below right,
Sunseeker took the yachting industry, and customers, by surprise in announcing not only the Sunseeker 161 Yacht in 2018, but also that it was expanding into aluminum construction. While it was news to the public, it was actually part of a carefully crafted vision. In fact, the model was just the first in an official
Claudio Celiberti heads Studio Celiberti, an Italy-based custom-furnishings company. His latest creation, Origin, is akin to a work of art. This marble table features a fire pit. What’s more, it’s custom-made for both megayachts as well as fine homes. In fact, Origin premiered at last month’s Monaco Yacht Show, purposely to appeal to yacht owners.
Whenever any of us sees a yacht on the horizon, oftentimes our first thought is, “I wonder what that looks like inside?” Yacht interiors are specialties for Glancy Fawcett. But, the company is far more than just a showroom with items on the shelves. In fact, it custom designs and manufactures pieces specifically for superyacht
Preciosa Lighting follows the nearly 300-year-old practice of glass blowing and cutting from Bohemia (which became part of the Czech Republic). The company designs and manufactures chandeliers and decorative lighting for cruise ships and megayachts. Interestingly, it also designs the Monaco Yacht Show’s crystal awards trophies. This year’s show will further see Preciosa showcase Pearl