This week marks The Superyacht Cup Palma 2019 edition, in which several superyachts will try to prevent the famous J-Class Velsheda (below) from repeating her 2018 victory. A total of 14 yachts spanning a variety of sizes will race in different classes. And, ultimately, they’ll race in the spirit of good fun. The Superyacht Cup
The Monaco Grand Prix is a must on the yachting calendar year after year. The megayachts docked within Port Hercules essentially enjoy front-row seats, since the track winds right by. Several additional yachts choose to remain at anchor just outside the marina, still with spectacular views of the action but with a bit more privacy.
If you’re a fan of intense, high-speed, inshore racing, you may be following the SailGP events around the world. You might even plan to attend the one coming up in New York in June, or in France in September. You can do so from the deck of your own yacht, thanks to a partnership between
As much attention as new megayachts get, and deserve, the people behind them deserve attention, too. This is why the International Superyacht Society (ISS) created its annual Awards of Distinction. They celebrate excellence in craftsmanship, among captains and crew, in environmental leadership, and more. With the nomination process now open, the ISS is seeking input
Twenty-four yachts are confirmed for next month’s edition of The Superyacht Show. Focusing once again on yacht buyers and charterers, the select showcase is a more relaxed way to consider your next ownership or vacation option. The six superyachts to see that we mention below are a mix of brokerage yachts and charter yachts. Each
March 28 kicks off the Palm Beach International Boat Show, with more than 1,000 boats and yachts spanning broad size ranges are available for visitors to see and tour. Interestingly, 25 yachts on display are larger than 150 feet (46 meters). Naturally, our attention turns to the biggest of these yachts year after year. Here