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Remie Kalloe on Making a Name for Dockside.ai

Something of a polymath, the CEO of yachting agency Dockside.ai Remie Kalloe had already notched three degree-level qualifications before he first encountered superyachts in Sint Maarten 10 years ago.

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Resetting the Model for Boat Shows in the Caribbean

For many years, the superyacht industry has debated a reset of boat shows to better fulfill the needs of a variety of regional and international stakeholders. IGY Marinas and IYBA have listened and joined forces to deliver.

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Tom Mukamal on IGY's Vision for the Caribbean Charter Yacht Show

With the recent announcement of the inaugural Caribbean Charter Yacht Show in December this year, IGY Marinas CEO Tom Mukamal discusses a reset of the model for boat shows in the Caribbean.

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The Explosion of the Mainstream Boating Market

The mainstream boating industry is exploding right now and the implications for the future of the superyacht industry are significant. Richard Hagan says it's time we started talking about it and here's why.

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Powering the Rise of Female Captains

Gender imbalance has long been a hot potato in yachting. It might be disappointing but it’s no great surprise to see that among 30,000 yacht crew looking for jobs, just 28% are female compared to 72% male.

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Resetting the Model for Boat Shows in the Caribbean

For many years, the superyacht industry has debated a reset of boat shows to better fulfill the needs of a variety of regional and international stakeholders. IGY Marinas and IYBA have listened and joined forces to deliver.

Read more

Tom Mukamal on IGY's Vision for the Caribbean Charter Yacht Show

With the recent announcement of the inaugural Caribbean Charter Yacht Show in December this year, IGY Marinas CEO Tom Mukamal discusses a reset of the model for boat shows in the Caribbean.

Read More

The Explosion of the Mainstream Boating Market

The mainstream boating industry is exploding right now and the implications for the future of the superyacht industry are significant. Richard Hagan says it's time we started talking about it and here's why.

Read more

Powering the Rise of Female Captains

Gender imbalance has long been a hot potato in yachting. It might be disappointing but it’s no great surprise to see that among 30,000 yacht crew looking for jobs, just 28% are female compared to 72% male.

Read more

Resetting the Model for Boat Shows in the Caribbean

For many years, the superyacht industry has debated a reset of boat shows to better fulfill the needs of a variety of regional and international stakeholders. IGY Marinas and IYBA have listened and joined forces to deliver.

Read more

Tom Mukamal on IGY's Vision for the Caribbean Charter Yacht Show

With the recent announcement of the inaugural Caribbean Charter Yacht Show in December this year, IGY Marinas CEO Tom Mukamal discusses a reset of the model for boat shows in the Caribbean.

Read More

The Explosion of the Mainstream Boating Market

The mainstream boating industry is exploding right now and the implications for the future of the superyacht industry are significant. Richard Hagan says it's time we started talking about it and here's why.

Read more

Powering the Rise of Female Captains

Gender imbalance has long been a hot potato in yachting. It might be disappointing but it’s no great surprise to see that among 30,000 yacht crew looking for jobs, just 28% are female compared to 72% male.

Read more
 

YACHT CREW NEWS

A comprehensive resource for superyacht crew on a broad range of topics from on board operations, crew training, wellbeing and more.

Five Best Ways to Connect Your Ship to the Internet

In today's digital age, a reliable internet connection is one of the most essential things on board a superyacht, as so many systems rely upon it to function - even the treadmill is connected to the internet nowadays.

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Update: Yacht Crew Stranded in The Netherlands

Imagine resigning from your job on a superyacht only to find yourself stranded in a foreign country for weeks on end, with no clear advice and no legitimate means to leave. Who would you turn to?

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Q&A: Marine Engineer Mustafa Kara

Mustafa Kara describes himself as a citizen of the world with a voracious appetite for life and learning. Over Zoom he discusses his early years in Bodrum, how the commercial sector compares to yachting, and pays tribute to those who helped him along the way.

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Too Woke for Your Boat?

The relentless invoking of ‘wokeness’ in the news is at the heart of some of the biggest recent movements and controversies; a compliment to some, an insult to others. Where do you stand?

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Five Best Ways to Connect Your Ship to the Internet

In today's digital age, a reliable internet connection is one of the most essential things on board a superyacht, as so many systems rely upon it to function - even the treadmill is connected to the internet nowadays.

Read More

Update: Yacht Crew Stranded in The Netherlands

Imagine resigning from your job on a superyacht only to find yourself stranded in a foreign country for weeks on end, with no clear advice and no legitimate means to leave. Who would you turn to?

Read more

Q&A: Marine Engineer Mustafa Kara

Mustafa Kara describes himself as a citizen of the world with a voracious appetite for life and learning. Over Zoom he discusses his early years in Bodrum, how the commercial sector compares to yachting, and pays tribute to those who helped him along the way.

Read more

Too Woke for Your Boat?

The relentless invoking of ‘wokeness’ in the news is at the heart of some of the biggest recent movements and controversies; a compliment to some, an insult to others. Where do you stand?

Read more

Five Best Ways to Connect Your Ship to the Internet

In today's digital age, a reliable internet connection is one of the most essential things on board a superyacht, as so many systems rely upon it to function - even the treadmill is connected to the internet nowadays.

Read More

Update: Yacht Crew Stranded in The Netherlands

Imagine resigning from your job on a superyacht only to find yourself stranded in a foreign country for weeks on end, with no clear advice and no legitimate means to leave. Who would you turn to?

Read more

Q&A: Marine Engineer Mustafa Kara

Mustafa Kara describes himself as a citizen of the world with a voracious appetite for life and learning. Over Zoom he discusses his early years in Bodrum, how the commercial sector compares to yachting, and pays tribute to those who helped him along the way.

Read more

Too Woke for Your Boat?

The relentless invoking of ‘wokeness’ in the news is at the heart of some of the biggest recent movements and controversies; a compliment to some, an insult to others. Where do you stand?

Read more
 

OCEAN LIFE

Discover the commitment and actions being taken to protect our oceans through conservation and sustainability initiatives.   

Five Ways We Can Protect the Global Ocean

From protecting international water with a UN treaty to establishing more fully-protected marine reserves, the Pew Charitable Trusts reminds us how and why we must preserve our marine wilderness for future generations.

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Zero Emission Propulsion: The Quest Continues

A METS webinar about ‘new era of green marine propulsion' kicked off with a review of the current situation by Kimmo Lheto, Chairman of the European Tug Owners Association.

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Implementing Real Change: Sustainability & Superyachts

As the Covid-19 pandemic affects the daily realities of the superyacht industry, how many well-intentioned sustainability initiatives have continued and had a genuine impact?

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Plastic Free Certification Supports New Ban on Plastic in the Balearic Islands

The certification initiative aims to help business in the restaurant and hotel sectors of the Balearic Islands to eliminate single-use plastics, substituting them for more honest alternatives.

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Five Ways We Can Protect the Global Ocean

From protecting international water with a UN treaty to establishing more fully-protected marine reserves, the Pew Charitable Trusts reminds us how and why we must preserve our marine wilderness for future generations.

Read More

Zero Emission Propulsion: The Quest Continues

A METS webinar about ‘new era of green marine propulsion' kicked off with a review of the current situation by Kimmo Lheto, Chairman of the European Tug Owners Association.

Read More

Implementing Real Change: Sustainability & Superyachts

As the Covid-19 pandemic affects the daily realities of the superyacht industry, how many well-intentioned sustainability initiatives have continued and had a genuine impact?

Read more

Plastic Free Certification Supports New Ban on Plastic in the Balearic Islands

The certification initiative aims to help business in the restaurant and hotel sectors of the Balearic Islands to eliminate single-use plastics, substituting them for more honest alternatives.

Read More

Five Ways We Can Protect the Global Ocean

From protecting international water with a UN treaty to establishing more fully-protected marine reserves, the Pew Charitable Trusts reminds us how and why we must preserve our marine wilderness for future generations.

Read More

Zero Emission Propulsion: The Quest Continues

A METS webinar about ‘new era of green marine propulsion' kicked off with a review of the current situation by Kimmo Lheto, Chairman of the European Tug Owners Association.

Read More

Implementing Real Change: Sustainability & Superyachts

As the Covid-19 pandemic affects the daily realities of the superyacht industry, how many well-intentioned sustainability initiatives have continued and had a genuine impact?

Read more

Plastic Free Certification Supports New Ban on Plastic in the Balearic Islands

The certification initiative aims to help business in the restaurant and hotel sectors of the Balearic Islands to eliminate single-use plastics, substituting them for more honest alternatives.

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