Seven years after it first aired, the TV series Below Deck continues to attract audiences, enough that producers keep renewing it. Below Deck Season 8, set to premiere in a few short weeks, sees the return of not just Capt. Lee Rosbach, but also the megayacht My Seanna as well as charters in the Caribbean.
As 2019 drew to a close, we decided to take a look back at the megayachts and megayacht-related newsmakers that made headlines over the past year. More so, though, we decided to research what captivated the attention of readers like you. It will probably come as no surprise that significant-size new launches were the subjects
PHOTO: YouTube A 175-foot (53.3-meter) megayacht can stand out even among other megayachts. But when she towers above essentially everything else in a pretty packed marina, she looks extra-special. As you will see in this edition of our Sunday superyacht video watch, Delta Marine’s MLR dwarfed the rest of the boats in the popular Elliot
Gayle Force is big by some boat owners’ standards, but she is small compared to many of the yachts that have ventured to Antarctica. Her 96-foot (29.24-meter) size had nothing to do with her ability to travel there, though. Her owners’ determination, her captain’s confidence, and their faith in proven construction and engineering teams made
It was a busy weekend in Seattle. MLR maneuvered out of her final assembly building at Delta Marine on January 20, launching on the 21st. She’s the builder’s first launch of the year. With interior design and exterior styling by JQB Design, the megayacht measures about 175 feet (just over 53 meters). Among the reasons
This fall marks another new season of Below Deck—specifically, season six for the reality-TV series. Expect to see more trials and tribulations of crew life, this time in Tahiti. Also expect to see another megayacht as a star of the show, the charter yacht My Seanna. Built in 2000 by Delta Marine, My Seanna was