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Style and space in abundance, 62m Sarah has been a longstanding favourite on the charter market. Now, for the first time since her delivery, she is seeking a new Owner with the help of prestigious brokerage Thompson, Westwood & White.
FLIBS 2018 is finally underway, and we continue to shine the spotlight on the boats currently moored at the floating docks of Fort Lauderdale. One such vessel is Lady Sheridan (available for charter with Burgess), a graceful 58m and one of the most elegant interiors in the show.
Donald Starkey joins us today at the MYS Breaking News Centre to shed light on the world of yacht design as it stands today, and how its evolution has resulted in entirely new approach to bringing yacht visions to life.
One of the finest Westport yachts on the water, the 50-metre Wabi Sabi has been announced as sold by Burgess & Moran Yacht & Ship. Now sailing under the name ‘Hospitality’, this global voyager is effortlessly stylish and is set to return to the charter market in time for Christmas and New Year.
As the Westport shipyard considers new solutions for clients looking to go bigger, we take a look at the largest in the American builder’s range - the 164’ - and the finest example on display at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show this week; Wabi Sabi.
From the Italian Riviera to the Balearic Islands, the West Mediterranean is a portion of the world welcoming superyachts from all edges of the ocean. We take a look at the yachts available for charter across the high season, starting with Westport’s 50 metre Trending.
As always, the venerable Donald Starkey is working on something big. The world renowned designer took the time to come down to the Superyachts.com Breaking News Centre to put its name to the test for the third year in a row.
After undergoing an extensive refit in 2008, this Christensen tri-deck motor yacht has made its way back on to the market after taking a $1m price reduction with Robert J Cury Yacht Sales & Charters.
With the 50th edition of the Antigua Charter Show currently underway, we take a look at just some of the yachts on display against the backdrop of the Leeward Islands; serving as the perfect centre for charter exhibitors.
In just a matter of days the Monaco Yacht Show has come and gone, leaving behind a wake of industry movement which will surely perpetuate the growing positivity currently surrounding the Superyacht Industry. We spoke to some of the most influential members of the superyacht industry to get an insight into how the show was shaping up for them for them.
The first ever Monaco Yacht Show was held in 1990, bringing a number of small luxury yachts to Port Hercules along with brokers, shipyards and designers who are now some of the biggest names in the industry. Now, after twenty-one years and an astounding level of growth, the 21st edition of the show is on the horizon.