Megayachts take on all sorts of shapes and sizes, from maxi opens to conservative cruisers and adventure-seeking explorers. Despite the popularity of sportfishing, especially in the United States, few follow traditional sportfisherman styling. Mary P is among the exceptions to the rule. Launched a decade ago, the 122-footer (37-meter) still reigns as one of the
May 8 to 11 will see the second edition of The Superyacht Show in Barcelona. It’s retaining its setting as a customer-centric event. Inaugurated in 2018, the show strives to be different than other yacht shows. One of the biggest differences, for instance, is that it’s intimate. Megayacht buyers and charterers regularly visit longstanding staples
The fourth time seems to be the charm for the owner of D’Natalin IV. Having been handed over in late May by Christensen Shipyards, the 160-foot (48.9-meter) megayacht is delighting him and his family so far. “I could not be more pleased with the results,” he says, in a statement released by Christensen. “The layout
This week marks two significant events: the Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach, showcasing superyachts of various shapes and sizes, and Valentine’s Day. In fact, the two coincide, as the Yacht & Brokerage Show runs Wednesday through Monday. Based on attendance at the recently concluded Monaco Yacht Show and Fort Lauderdale International Yacht Show,
Get ready for more megayachts at the Yacht & Brokerage Show, coming up in February. Superyacht Miami is the name of an additional in-water venue at the Miami Beach Marina, south of the primary show. Superyacht Miami is the response to a long-standing request from exhibitors. The Yacht & Brokerage Show was established 25 years
Stemming from the 2008 sale of his megayacht, Russian billionaire and former politician Boris Berezovsky was ordered by a British court yesterday to pay Edmiston & Company a £6-million ($9.3-million) sales commission. Berezovsky hired the brokerage firm to sell the 110-meter (361-foot) Darius while she was still under construction at Lürssen, due to financial difficulties.