In late 2018, a group of superyacht and scientific professionals got together to create the Water Revolution Foundation. In this episode of the Megayacht News Radio podcast series, you get to hear from one of them. Robert van Tol, the non-profit’s executive director, explains how sustainability is at the core of everything it is doing.
PHOTO: Jean Balzan from Pexels Our podcast series Megayacht News Radio originated over a decade ago, as the first-ever podcast series in the superyacht industry. Since returning on a bi-monthly basis this year, it has gained a new group of subscribers. They get to enjoy the latest interviews with leaders in the marketplace as well
Just last month, we re-launched our ground-breaking podcast series Megayacht News Radio. It was the first-ever podcast series in the superyacht industry, started way back in 2009. We are delighted to announce that the network of free subscription platforms featuring our series is growing. Starting immediately, you can listen to Megayacht News Radio on Spotify.
We’ve all heard of owners’ representatives in the superyacht sector, but what exactly does this person do? And, do you need one? Our editor, Diane M. Byrne, discusses the details in this episode of our podcast series Megayacht News Radio with Peter Wilson (above right), co-founder of MCM. He has taken on the task with
Editor’s note: Joe Hollier, a cyber risk insurance specialist, is the author of this article, which examines who ultimately is responsible for cyber security when it comes to superyachts. The short answer as to who is responsible: everyone. As Hollier explains, however, this answer isn’t good enough. For more on the subject, listen to our
Faucets and handles in dayheads, master bath suites, and more never looked so exquisite. Lilou Italy produces custom, gemstone-enhanced bath fixtures at its factory in Valenza Po, Italy. This is the same city that some of the world’s most prestigious jewelry companies also call home. Lilou’s Water Jewel collection is the latest to captivate VIP