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
Who is responsible for cybersecurity when it comes to your superyacht? Is it your captain? Do you delegate it to your IT team on land? How about you: What’s your role in keeping your connected devices safe and secure? If only one person is responsible, you’re leaving yourself, your crew, and your yacht vulnerable. Joe
A decade ago, we launched the first-ever podcast series in the superyacht market. Megayacht News Radio featured interviews with leaders in the yachting industry, from around the globe. Now, we’re bringing it back. What’s more, we’re introducing you to even more individuals and companies striving to make a difference in how you enjoy your favorite
Steve Gresham of Gresham Yacht Design had abundant experience in designing superyachts before starting his own business in 2011. In fact, he’s worked with some of the biggest names in the design and shipyard worlds. Those companies and their principals had a profound influence on him, as you might expect. So, too, do his clients.
Given that today is the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, I can think of no better or more appropriate post than one concerning the environment. I’ve featured the International SeaKeepers Society here on Megayacht News a few times before, discussing its efforts as a guardian of the ocean and its recent partnering with Yachts International
Joe Artese of Joseph Artese Design makes a confession in today’s podcast: He prefers sailing yachts over motoryachts. A sailor at heart, he can’t help himself. That’s not to say that he hasn’t enjoyed working on various motoryacht projects over the years, including the refit of Suri, the refit of Alucia, and the design of