Usually, when megayacht owners or charter guests want to visit somewhere remote, their yacht agents reach out to expedition guides. BWA Yachting created its own company, Berkeley Rand, to handle the tasks, with a twist. Berkeley Rand employs artificial intelligence and other technology in combination with real-life knowledge, making far-off voyages far more special. BWA
Five days after listing dramatically with megayachts onboard due to a ballast problem, the transport ship Super Servant 4 left Spain to conclude the rest of her planned journey. DYT Yacht Transport, which operates the vessel, indicates that some yachts suffered damage during the incident. However, none reportedly was severe. Additionally, the company asserts it
Charter brokers and polar-voyage specialists will both tell you that there is strong interest in seeing Polar Regions. One of the challenges, though, is having access to properly outfitted vessels. Nansen Polar Expeditions is stepping in with a solution. Its founders are new to private charter but well experienced in managing logistics in ice-laden waters.
A ballasting problem caused the yacht-transport ship Super Servant 4 to list dramatically with several megayachts aboard this week. Despite this, no reported injuries resulted. Furthermore, as of yesterday, all of the yachts reportedly safely cleared Super Servant 4’s deck. The incident occurred the morning of June 8. Super Servant 4, operated by DYT Yacht
With coronavirus lockdowns and travel restrictions loosening worldwide, yacht owners and charter guests are eager to get back out on the water. In fact, charter brokers tell us a number of clients began asking about June availability just this month. So, we started thinking ourselves about superyacht destinations we can’t wait to return to when
The borders of Bermuda, including its ports, remain closed. However, the Minister of Tourism and Transport has superyacht-specific plans for upcoming reopening phases. He’s rolling out what he calls a superyacht tourism economic recovery plan. It applies to both private cruises as well as isolation charters. Zane De Silva, the tourism minister, outlined the details