Just last month, we re-launched our ground-breaking podcast series Megayacht News Radio. It was the first-ever podcast series in the superyacht industry, started way back in 2009. We are delighted to announce that the network of free subscription platforms featuring our series is growing. Starting immediately, you can listen to Megayacht News Radio on Spotify.
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
Even experienced superyacht designers can sometimes be thrown for a loop by clients. It recently happened to Dickie Bannenberg, the managing director of Bannenberg & Rowell. As you’ll learn in today’s podcast, an owner requested a “German interior.” Bannenberg shares how he and his team eventually determined what the client had in mind – along
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
Plenty of people change careers. Imagine if Bruce Johnson hadn’t left the automotive field to pursue yacht design. He never would have become president and chef designer of Sparkman & Stephens, arguably the most famous naval architecture firm in the world. In fact, the company has designed more than 2,700 vessels, ranging from superyachts to
Whether a yacht charters or is strictly for private use, oftentimes the guests will want to experience something exceptional. It might be an after-hours tour of a museum or shopping experience, for example. Then there are seemingly mundane but crucial tasks like ensuring a spare part flown in from overseas can make it through customs.