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America’s Cup Superyacht Visitors to Pay Anchoring Fees?

A proposal for the 36th America’s Cup match in Auckland, New Zealand is stirring controversy. If approved, it will require America’s Cup superyacht observers of the race to pay anchoring fees. This, despite yachts being free to anchor any other time. According to a few media reports, the Auckland Council is weighing the proposal. Specifically, Continue reading

Superyacht Cup Palma 6 Months Away, Strong Interest

PHOTOS: clairematches While some yacht owners are planning their New Year’s getaway, others are marking their calendars for next June. The Superyacht Cup Palma’s 23rd anniversary is on their agenda. They’re in good company, too. Already, 14 superyachts want to vie for line honors. The Superyacht Cup Palma, set for June 19 to 22, is Continue reading


Superyacht Challenge Antigua Set for 9th Edition

Rebecca (above) first raced in the Superyacht Challenge Antigua six years ago. It was an auspicious debut, since she took first-place honors. The 140-foot (42-meter) sailing superyacht further went on to race in the same event three more times. Rebecca is ready to compete a fifth time, too, with the ninth edition of this Caribbean Continue reading