Notes From The Editor

Editor's Note: Global Territory and Expansion

As January comes to a steady end the winter charter season is still in full swing. With this in mind, we take a destination focus as we explore enticing charter vessels, bespoke berthing, and interior glamour to ensure a slice of Shangri-La along your venture off the beaten track.

Glistening islets, tropical terrain and a sun-striken Caribbean landscape painted the ultimate mise en scène for the Antiguan Charter Show, where we were on board some of the hottest charter-ready vessels. Hemisphere, the globe-trotting catamaran who's seen the world told us the stories that came with it, and Adastra, the futuristic vessel brought new meaning to it's name 'an esteller escape.' 

For this reason, discovery remains the heart of this weeks stories. Cloudbreak, our on-board exclusive, boasts the explorer-based interior that illustrates the growing desire for adventure. She proves discovery is the new luxury for the next generation of yacht owners, an exciting prospect confirmed by designer Espen Oeino. 

A look toward interiors, FM Architettura d'interni share their take on looking towards the future, reapproaching design concepts and balancing space, purpose, emotional appeal and functionality. In the world of M/Y Lili,  Laura Sessa took to the interiors of Amels superyacht with clear intent: to create the most customized Amels 180 ever delivered. . Creating a sensory experience from the patterned wall paneling to flashes of abstract art and of course, neutral carpets, she welcomes a sanctuary for sandy toes perfect for any charter. 

But globe-trotting the ocean waters wouldn't be without the bespoke berthing of off-grid island terrain like Costa Rica's Golfito Marina Village, where Denison offers the sale of superyacht berthing. As the next hottest charter destination, the ultra-luxe marina village boasts all the perks of immersive adventure with all the comforts of a Marina Village.

With a glimpse into the in build Baglietto project, the Italian shipyard has released the first image of its forthcoming 54-metre superyacht Project #10231. We couldn't wait to showcase the little, yet exciting details in the public domain, as we wait for the concept to come into fruition for her 2020 delivery. 

In the world of future concepts, we await another portfolio number by CRN, who have recently announced that they will begin work on a new masterpiece; a 62-metre design by Frank Laupman of Omega Architects. 

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