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With charter beginning to return in some areas of the world, we take a look at the best charter superyachts nominated in the ACREW Crew Awards to help inspire your next adventure.
This morning German shipyard Abeking & Rasmussen announced that the recently launched 68m Soaring has been successfully delivered to her owner.
With the spring season upon us, we take a look at some of the most inviting destinations worth visiting, as well as the best charter superyachts available to make the adventure one to savour. Whether it be adrenaline-fuelled adventures or a serene escape, these destinations have you covered.
In the age of the explorer, there aren’t many on the charter market that match the sophistication and extreme nature of Abeking & Rasmussen’s 75.28m Cloudbreak.
This weekend saw the launch of the highly-anticipated 68m superyacht Soaring from Abeking & Rasmussen’s prestigious shipyard in Lemwerder, Germany. Hitting the water for the first time on Saturday, Soaring takes inspiration from the elegant flight of an eagle, and boasts a smooth and sleek exterior design in line with her namesake.
Notorious for its rugged landscapes, vast plains and icy cool temperatures, the unique appeal of exploring Alaska is hard to resist for those looking to plan a stray from the beaten track this new year as plans for a summer getaway begin to take shape. Snowy mountaintops, awe-inspiring skies and fascinating wildlife await the adventurous traveller in this intriguing region; yet it is only recently that Alaska has truly begun to open up as an alternative charter destination. Although the appeal of the tropic’s white sandy beaches remains ever-enduring, the rise of the explorer vessel in recent years has meant that more and more charters are easily available to such previously inaccessible regions, presenting an experience of a lifetime to those bold enough to try it this summer.
Every new year begins with the optimism of resolutions and promises, so many of those involving commitments to better health and fitness. Many of those, if you are at all like me, are also ‘forgotten’ about by the second week of January. To ensure that this year these resolutions are fulfilled, we take a look at some of the best wellness superyachts on the charter market.
With the Antigua Charter Show in full swing, we turn our attention to 78.43m M/Y Eminence, a charter charmer with a difference, available for the very first time on the charter market...
In May of this year it was announced that Arience, formerly Excellence V, would be available to charter with Cecil Wright as Central Agent. The 60.93m Abeking and Rasmussen superyacht remains one of the most exciting classic charter yachts on the market, the ideal vessel for a winter escape.
As is typical from such a busy and eventful show season, we are only just recovering from the excitement that was Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show as it appears Antigua Charter Show is just around the corner. With that in mind, we took a look at our top three must-see yachts attending this year’s show.
From 30th October to 3rd November over 110,000 international visitors will flock to the 60th annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, browsing 6 miles of floating docks lined with more than 1,500 boats. With so much to see at exhibitions ranging from renowned shipyards to exotic cars, we pick out the unmissable superyachts on display at the show.
The Monaco Yacht Show 2019 began in sensational fashion for esteemed design studio Winch Design, winning a hat trick of awards at the MYS Gala on Tuesday night. CEO Aino Grapin and Director of Yachts & Aviation Ignacio Olivia-Velez visited the Breaking News Centre to talk more about their award-winning designs, as well as hinting at an unusual future for Winch.
On the eve of the Monaco Yacht Show takes place the annual MYS Inaugural Gala, a glamorous affair of champagne, canapes and the creme de la creme of the yachting world. The jury have cast their votes, but the industry at large will have to wait until next Wednesday to find out which four superyachts out of the 125 cruising into Port Hercules have taken the crown.
This Monday 26th August marked a momentous occasion in Abeking & Rasmussen’s history, as it saw the keel-laying of the German shipyard’s largest project to date. Once completed, Hull No. 6507 will measure an impressive 118m, which would safely secure its place in next year’s forecasted Top 100 world’s largest yachts.