Superyachts are superb platforms for a variety of one-of-a-kind experiences. Harle recently provided an experience that goes in the record books. With the assistance of Cookson Adventures, the yacht allowed leading European scientists, marine archaeologists, university staff, and Italian officials to unearth unexpected marine life, as well as historic shipwrecks. Cookson Adventures specializes in organizing
For the past 20 years, the International SeaKeepers Society has paid special tribute to yacht owners and others who support its mission of ocean conservation and preservation. Particularly, the non-profit honors those who go above and beyond in their support with its SeaKeeper of the Year award. Earlier this month, the organization recognized Michael Saylor
Every year in December, the famed Art Basel show comes to America. This December 1 to 4, Art Basel Miami Beach will host 269 galleries, plus thousands of visitors, from around the world. But some of the “art” won’t be paintings, or sculptures. They’ll be megayachts. Edmiston is among the companies actively promoting its presence.
To paraphrase the poet Robert Frost, taking the road less traveled can make all the difference. While most charter yachts are heading to Florida and other southern climes ahead of the winter season, the 87-foot Moksha (above) is one of two yachts offered by Fleet Miami taking guests on half to multi-day history cruises through
If you’re passionate about ocean conservation, here’s an opportunity you won’t want to pass up. The 154-foot (47-meter) Usher is kicking off a series of expeditions in August where you can assist marine-research scientists in collecting data on and photographing a variety of marine life. It’s thanks to a partnership between Fleet Miami and the
Movie-goers are getting glimpses of what megayachts are like thanks to the movie Entourage, which opens worldwide this week. The 154-foot (46.94-meter) Usher appears in some early scenes, hosting a huge party with a bevy of bikini-clad beauties. Fun- and sun-seekers among you can book one- to four-day escapes (though hopefully less wild and crazy)