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2020 is drawing to a close, and to say it has been an eventful year would be an understatement. We took a look at our most read articles of 2020 for a quick reminder of the most impactful updates in the last year of yachting...
2020 has been a challenging year for all involved in the superyacht industry, not least the thousands of crew members who have been at the front line and faced with adapting quickly to a new world. Jack Hunting has been working onboard superyachts since 2014, and shares his experiences of how the global pandemic has impacted the way in which superyachts operate.
The proliferation of explorer yachts shows no signs of slowing, and throughout 2020 we have been treated to some incredible designs and deliveries of long-range luxury superyachts. Here, we select a few of our personal favourites to have been featured over 2020.
Gold Coast City Marina & Shipyard (GCCM) has been voted Australasia’s Best Superyacht Marina at the inaugural ACREW Business Awards. 2020 has been a year in which GCCM has celebrated its 20th anniversary, completed major superyacht refit projects on SuRi and Dragonfly, and taken a step closer to a major expansion of its facilities. The award from ACrew is fitting for a marina which prides itself on its high level of service and wealth of expertise.
The arrival of Italian yacht builder Cantiere delle Marche (CdM) in Australia this month should come as no surprise. The renowned builder of high-quality explorer vessels has a growing Australasian clientele, and the opening of a representative office in Sydney reflects both the quality of CdM’s products and the remarkable opportunities for superyachts in Australia. For exciting adventures on the water, Australia and CdM are very much a match made in heaven.