It may seem like a hyperbole to call a cooking competition combat. However, it really is a battle: a battle against time, and of course fellow talented chefs. Ultimately, it’s a battle to win over taste buds. So, when 12 superyacht chefs went head to head recently in a competition akin to the Food Network’s
Due to its global membership, the International SeaKeepers Society has events in a variety of locations. SeaKeepers’ Asia Chapter, for example, regularly hosts educational programs for schoolchildren, plus celebrates environmental achievements annually. In fact, for the past three years, the chapter has held an Asia Awards Dinner to honor individuals who have made a difference.
The International Superyacht Society, established in 1989 as a global voice for the industry, has been handing out awards for superyacht design and leadership for 27 consecutive years. The celebration is the oldest awards ceremony in this segment of the yachting sector. Last evening, the following yachts received top honors: Best Power, 24-40M: Jetsetter, built by
To say that Capt. Paul McWilliams (above left) of Latiko is a fun-loving character is an understatement. (If his outfit doesn’t hint at his vibrant personality, we don’t know what will.) Of course, he’s a polished professional, too, who has further worked for the same owner for more than a decade. These are among the
Hurricane Matthew may have forced the International SeaKeepers Society to postpone its annual Bal de la Mer from October to this month. But, last weekend SeaKeepers supporters, all passionate about protecting the oceans, turned out to honor Alexander Dreyfoos. Dreyfoos (middle) received the annual SeaKeeper Award for his decades of devotion to the undersea environment.
The 26th-annual International Superyacht Society Awards for Design and Leadership, the oldest awards presented in the megayacht realm, saw strong competition in a few categories. Handed out last evening, they also saw the first-ever award presented to a yacht complying with the Passenger Yacht Code. The winners are: Best Power, 24-40M: Iron Man, by Benetti