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Monaco Yacht Show - New Format for 2020

The Principality of Monaco and Informa, organisers of the annual Monaco Yacht Show have today announced a secure, not-for-profit format for this year's event, with full details to be announced soon.

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Greek Yachting is Back in Business

As of May 28, luxury crewed charter yachts are once again free to travel across the entirety of Greek waters, allowing guests to enjoy their vacation time in one of the safest ways possible.

Read More

COVID-19 Update: Cruising in Albania this Summer

Albania has seen a very low rate of COVID-19 infection, with only 1,076 cases and 33 deaths to date. Currently, yachts are permitted to enter Albania with pre-approval for bunkering and provisioning.

Read More

BIO-UV Group’s Coronavirus Surface Killer Approved

BIO-SCAN™, the UV-C-based surface disinfectant system announced last month by BIO-UV Group, has now received certification from two independent testing laboratories.

Read More

DYT’s Gabriele Consiglieri on Yacht Transport During COVID-19

While the current coronavirus pandemic is affecting many industries right now, it’s a fact that superyachts still need to get home. Gabriele Consiglieri is working hard to make this happen.

Read More

Inmarsat 2020 Superyacht Connectivity Survey Opens

Inmarsat has opened its third and most extensive yet annual Superyacht Connectivity Survey, providing a unique state-of-the-industry assessment of satellite communications usage in the sector.

Read More

Zeelander Yachts Expands Existing Dutch Shipyard

Zeelander Yachts’ state-of-the-art shipyard is undergoing an expansion in response to growing demand. This will also allow the company to prepare the ground for the development of new models.

Read More

MHG's Mark Bononi on Insurance Policies for Yacht Crew

From captains choosing insurance plans for their crew to individuals looking for personal medical cover, ensuring you have adequate insurance for all those working on board a superyacht is vital.

Read More

First Olympic Yacht Show to Take Place in October

Plans have been announced for a new boating event, the Olympic Yacht Show, to be held October 1-4, 2020, at Marina Sounio located some 75km southeast of Athens city centre.

Read More

COVID-19 Update on Yachting in France

Yachts stationed in France can currently sail, with or without a client on board, in French and international waters regardless of their flag or registration, and anchor to the ordinary rules.

Read More

Secure Your Presence at the Hong Kong Yacht Show

Dealers and brokers around Asia are reporting a significant recent uptick in interest in owning a boat – perhaps not surprisingly, people are sensing the attraction of life on the open sea.

Read More

SYBAss & LYBRA Withdraw from Monaco Yacht Show 2020

Yesterday, in a letter to the organisers of the Monaco Yacht Show, both SYBAss and LYBRA, two major industry associations, confirmed that they will not be participating at this year’s event.

Read more

ECPY Clarifies Easing of Restrictions in French Waters

Following publication of a prefectoral decree outlining easing of restrictions for nautical activities in French waters, ECPY has issued an update to clarify the implications for commercial yachts.

Read more

Will you be Cruising in Turkey this Summer?

Turkey looks like it will be one of the first countries opening up to cruising this summer, with the government announcing that it foresees activities to start as of the May 27.

Read More

COVID-19: EU Border Update

An update from the French Government stated that a conference will be held on May 25 between the EU Ministers to discuss the possibility of the reopening of the European and UK borders by June 8.

Read More

Coronavirus Marine Update

Keeping the industry up-to-date on the impact of COVID-19 on marine businesses throughout the world, OnboardOnline is bringing you a concise digest of announcements by region, as we receive them.

Read More

Cannes Yachting Festival to Go Ahead

The organisers of the 2020 Cannes Yachting Festival, Europe’s largest in-water event, have confirmed that this year’s show will go ahead as planned from September 8-13.

Read More

GYA Presents the First Virtual Charter Show Worldwide

In September 2020, the MEDYS will be presented, for the first time ever in virtual form, via a specially designed platform of the organisation’s official website.

Read More

Italian and French Yachting Companies Offer COVID-19 Support

OnboardOnline reports about individuals working in the yachting sector in Italy and France who are helping to combat the effects of coronavirus by offering help to those who need it most.

Read More

Georgie Mainey on Food Safety Management for Superyachts

Food safety management is not something we often hear about in yachting but, in an industry that prides itself on excellence, we presume this extends to the way food is handled on board the same as on land.

Read more

The MIA Spreads Positivity with #YELLOWFORSAILING

The Israeli Marine Innovation Association is asking sailors and boaters to share a photo of themselves waving something yellow as a message of hope for ocean lovers.

Read More

Greek Yachting is Back in Business

As of May 28, luxury crewed charter yachts are once again free to travel across the entirety of Greek waters, allowing guests to enjoy their vacation time in one of the safest ways possible.

Read More

COVID-19 Update: Cruising in Albania this Summer

Albania has seen a very low rate of COVID-19 infection, with only 1,076 cases and 33 deaths to date. Currently, yachts are permitted to enter Albania with pre-approval for bunkering and provisioning.

Read More

BIO-UV Group’s Coronavirus Surface Killer Approved

BIO-SCAN™, the UV-C-based surface disinfectant system announced last month by BIO-UV Group, has now received certification from two independent testing laboratories.

Read More

DYT’s Gabriele Consiglieri on Yacht Transport During COVID-19

While the current coronavirus pandemic is affecting many industries right now, it’s a fact that superyachts still need to get home. Gabriele Consiglieri is working hard to make this happen.

Read More

Inmarsat 2020 Superyacht Connectivity Survey Opens

Inmarsat has opened its third and most extensive yet annual Superyacht Connectivity Survey, providing a unique state-of-the-industry assessment of satellite communications usage in the sector.

Read More

Zeelander Yachts Expands Existing Dutch Shipyard

Zeelander Yachts’ state-of-the-art shipyard is undergoing an expansion in response to growing demand. This will also allow the company to prepare the ground for the development of new models.

Read More

MHG's Mark Bononi on Insurance Policies for Yacht Crew

From captains choosing insurance plans for their crew to individuals looking for personal medical cover, ensuring you have adequate insurance for all those working on board a superyacht is vital.

Read More

First Olympic Yacht Show to Take Place in October

Plans have been announced for a new boating event, the Olympic Yacht Show, to be held October 1-4, 2020, at Marina Sounio located some 75km southeast of Athens city centre.

Read More

COVID-19 Update on Yachting in France

Yachts stationed in France can currently sail, with or without a client on board, in French and international waters regardless of their flag or registration, and anchor to the ordinary rules.

Read More

Secure Your Presence at the Hong Kong Yacht Show

Dealers and brokers around Asia are reporting a significant recent uptick in interest in owning a boat – perhaps not surprisingly, people are sensing the attraction of life on the open sea.

Read More

SYBAss & LYBRA Withdraw from Monaco Yacht Show 2020

Yesterday, in a letter to the organisers of the Monaco Yacht Show, both SYBAss and LYBRA, two major industry associations, confirmed that they will not be participating at this year’s event.

Read more

ECPY Clarifies Easing of Restrictions in French Waters

Following publication of a prefectoral decree outlining easing of restrictions for nautical activities in French waters, ECPY has issued an update to clarify the implications for commercial yachts.

Read more

Will you be Cruising in Turkey this Summer?

Turkey looks like it will be one of the first countries opening up to cruising this summer, with the government announcing that it foresees activities to start as of the May 27.

Read More

COVID-19: EU Border Update

An update from the French Government stated that a conference will be held on May 25 between the EU Ministers to discuss the possibility of the reopening of the European and UK borders by June 8.

Read More

Coronavirus Marine Update

Keeping the industry up-to-date on the impact of COVID-19 on marine businesses throughout the world, OnboardOnline is bringing you a concise digest of announcements by region, as we receive them.

Read More

Cannes Yachting Festival to Go Ahead

The organisers of the 2020 Cannes Yachting Festival, Europe’s largest in-water event, have confirmed that this year’s show will go ahead as planned from September 8-13.

Read More

GYA Presents the First Virtual Charter Show Worldwide

In September 2020, the MEDYS will be presented, for the first time ever in virtual form, via a specially designed platform of the organisation’s official website.

Read More

Italian and French Yachting Companies Offer COVID-19 Support

OnboardOnline reports about individuals working in the yachting sector in Italy and France who are helping to combat the effects of coronavirus by offering help to those who need it most.

Read More

Georgie Mainey on Food Safety Management for Superyachts

Food safety management is not something we often hear about in yachting but, in an industry that prides itself on excellence, we presume this extends to the way food is handled on board the same as on land.

Read more

The MIA Spreads Positivity with #YELLOWFORSAILING

The Israeli Marine Innovation Association is asking sailors and boaters to share a photo of themselves waving something yellow as a message of hope for ocean lovers.

Read More

Greek Yachting is Back in Business

As of May 28, luxury crewed charter yachts are once again free to travel across the entirety of Greek waters, allowing guests to enjoy their vacation time in one of the safest ways possible.

Read More

COVID-19 Update: Cruising in Albania this Summer

Albania has seen a very low rate of COVID-19 infection, with only 1,076 cases and 33 deaths to date. Currently, yachts are permitted to enter Albania with pre-approval for bunkering and provisioning.

Read More

BIO-UV Group’s Coronavirus Surface Killer Approved

BIO-SCAN™, the UV-C-based surface disinfectant system announced last month by BIO-UV Group, has now received certification from two independent testing laboratories.

Read More

DYT’s Gabriele Consiglieri on Yacht Transport During COVID-19

While the current coronavirus pandemic is affecting many industries right now, it’s a fact that superyachts still need to get home. Gabriele Consiglieri is working hard to make this happen.

Read More

Inmarsat 2020 Superyacht Connectivity Survey Opens

Inmarsat has opened its third and most extensive yet annual Superyacht Connectivity Survey, providing a unique state-of-the-industry assessment of satellite communications usage in the sector.

Read More

Zeelander Yachts Expands Existing Dutch Shipyard

Zeelander Yachts’ state-of-the-art shipyard is undergoing an expansion in response to growing demand. This will also allow the company to prepare the ground for the development of new models.

Read More

MHG's Mark Bononi on Insurance Policies for Yacht Crew

From captains choosing insurance plans for their crew to individuals looking for personal medical cover, ensuring you have adequate insurance for all those working on board a superyacht is vital.

Read More

First Olympic Yacht Show to Take Place in October

Plans have been announced for a new boating event, the Olympic Yacht Show, to be held October 1-4, 2020, at Marina Sounio located some 75km southeast of Athens city centre.

Read More

COVID-19 Update on Yachting in France

Yachts stationed in France can currently sail, with or without a client on board, in French and international waters regardless of their flag or registration, and anchor to the ordinary rules.

Read More

Secure Your Presence at the Hong Kong Yacht Show

Dealers and brokers around Asia are reporting a significant recent uptick in interest in owning a boat – perhaps not surprisingly, people are sensing the attraction of life on the open sea.

Read More

SYBAss & LYBRA Withdraw from Monaco Yacht Show 2020

Yesterday, in a letter to the organisers of the Monaco Yacht Show, both SYBAss and LYBRA, two major industry associations, confirmed that they will not be participating at this year’s event.

Read more

ECPY Clarifies Easing of Restrictions in French Waters

Following publication of a prefectoral decree outlining easing of restrictions for nautical activities in French waters, ECPY has issued an update to clarify the implications for commercial yachts.

Read more

Will you be Cruising in Turkey this Summer?

Turkey looks like it will be one of the first countries opening up to cruising this summer, with the government announcing that it foresees activities to start as of the May 27.

Read More

COVID-19: EU Border Update

An update from the French Government stated that a conference will be held on May 25 between the EU Ministers to discuss the possibility of the reopening of the European and UK borders by June 8.

Read More

Coronavirus Marine Update

Keeping the industry up-to-date on the impact of COVID-19 on marine businesses throughout the world, OnboardOnline is bringing you a concise digest of announcements by region, as we receive them.

Read More

Cannes Yachting Festival to Go Ahead

The organisers of the 2020 Cannes Yachting Festival, Europe’s largest in-water event, have confirmed that this year’s show will go ahead as planned from September 8-13.

Read More

GYA Presents the First Virtual Charter Show Worldwide

In September 2020, the MEDYS will be presented, for the first time ever in virtual form, via a specially designed platform of the organisation’s official website.

Read More

Italian and French Yachting Companies Offer COVID-19 Support

OnboardOnline reports about individuals working in the yachting sector in Italy and France who are helping to combat the effects of coronavirus by offering help to those who need it most.

Read More

Georgie Mainey on Food Safety Management for Superyachts

Food safety management is not something we often hear about in yachting but, in an industry that prides itself on excellence, we presume this extends to the way food is handled on board the same as on land.

Read more

The MIA Spreads Positivity with #YELLOWFORSAILING

The Israeli Marine Innovation Association is asking sailors and boaters to share a photo of themselves waving something yellow as a message of hope for ocean lovers.

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.

Sailing in Italian Waters in the Time of Coronavirus

Italy returned to the water once again after the Italian Prime Minister authorised sailing within the region of a person’s residence until June 2 and as of June 3, it should be possible to leave regional waters.

Read More

Managing Maintenance On Board Post COVID-19

The impacts of COVID-19 have reached far and wide, and owners, suppliers and crew have all been impacted in recent months, causing a revaluation of how different elements of the industry interact.

Read More

What Will Yachting Look Like Post Lockdown?

With yachting webinars now becoming the norm, the PYA brought together a panel of industry experts to discuss what the future of yachting might look like post lockdown for crew and the wider industry.

Read more

What is Yacht Management and What Should it Be?

There was a time when I share a view that yacht management reduces the ability of yacht captains to deliver service to owners. I now see that view was wrong - captains should not work in isolation.

Read more

Does Excellent Training Creat Excellent Crew?

Does excellent training create excellent crew? This is a question certainly worth exploring since there are many factors which create excellence in superyacht crew of all departments.

Read more

Online Courses for Crew During Lockdown

The current lockdown in yachting hubs around the globe have meant that many crew now find themselves in a position where their careers are on hold. However, this doesn’t necessarily need to be the case

Read more

Laundry and Covid-19

As much as the COVID-19 virus has a limited lifespan on textiles, it is imperative to have confidence that a superaycht's bed linen and towels, robes, cushions and throws and more are virus free.

Read More

Coronavirus and Crew: Know Your Rights

Captain Rod Hatch & John Cook talk us through some of the most common issues that are facing seafarers right now due to the pandemic and what action it is possible to take.

Read More

Crew Insight: The Life of a Superyacht ETO

With an impressive career working in marine electrical engineering, superyacht refits and on board some of the world’s most advanced superyachts, Ryan Porter is an ETO who can confidently say he knows his stuff.

Read more

Weather Forecasts, Safe Passage and Safe Berths

Adverse weather enhances the risks for yachts, not only in open waters but also in marinas and at anchor. The key to mitigating damage to a vessel as well as guests and crew is advance planning.

Read More

ISWAN Achieves Target to Build Crew Mental Health Portal

This week 'An Hour with Colin Squire' was dedicated to mental health to raise funds for ISWAN's new portal for superyacht crew. On Friday Colin was delighted to announce that the target was achieved!

Read more

Sailing in Italian Waters in the Time of Coronavirus

Italy returned to the water once again after the Italian Prime Minister authorised sailing within the region of a person’s residence until June 2 and as of June 3, it should be possible to leave regional waters.

Read More

Managing Maintenance On Board Post COVID-19

The impacts of COVID-19 have reached far and wide, and owners, suppliers and crew have all been impacted in recent months, causing a revaluation of how different elements of the industry interact.

Read More

What Will Yachting Look Like Post Lockdown?

With yachting webinars now becoming the norm, the PYA brought together a panel of industry experts to discuss what the future of yachting might look like post lockdown for crew and the wider industry.

Read more

What is Yacht Management and What Should it Be?

There was a time when I share a view that yacht management reduces the ability of yacht captains to deliver service to owners. I now see that view was wrong - captains should not work in isolation.

Read more

Does Excellent Training Creat Excellent Crew?

Does excellent training create excellent crew? This is a question certainly worth exploring since there are many factors which create excellence in superyacht crew of all departments.

Read more

Online Courses for Crew During Lockdown

The current lockdown in yachting hubs around the globe have meant that many crew now find themselves in a position where their careers are on hold. However, this doesn’t necessarily need to be the case

Read more

Laundry and Covid-19

As much as the COVID-19 virus has a limited lifespan on textiles, it is imperative to have confidence that a superaycht's bed linen and towels, robes, cushions and throws and more are virus free.

Read More

Coronavirus and Crew: Know Your Rights

Captain Rod Hatch & John Cook talk us through some of the most common issues that are facing seafarers right now due to the pandemic and what action it is possible to take.

Read More

Crew Insight: The Life of a Superyacht ETO

With an impressive career working in marine electrical engineering, superyacht refits and on board some of the world’s most advanced superyachts, Ryan Porter is an ETO who can confidently say he knows his stuff.

Read more

Weather Forecasts, Safe Passage and Safe Berths

Adverse weather enhances the risks for yachts, not only in open waters but also in marinas and at anchor. The key to mitigating damage to a vessel as well as guests and crew is advance planning.

Read More

ISWAN Achieves Target to Build Crew Mental Health Portal

This week 'An Hour with Colin Squire' was dedicated to mental health to raise funds for ISWAN's new portal for superyacht crew. On Friday Colin was delighted to announce that the target was achieved!

Read more

Sailing in Italian Waters in the Time of Coronavirus

Italy returned to the water once again after the Italian Prime Minister authorised sailing within the region of a person’s residence until June 2 and as of June 3, it should be possible to leave regional waters.

Read More

Managing Maintenance On Board Post COVID-19

The impacts of COVID-19 have reached far and wide, and owners, suppliers and crew have all been impacted in recent months, causing a revaluation of how different elements of the industry interact.

Read More

What Will Yachting Look Like Post Lockdown?

With yachting webinars now becoming the norm, the PYA brought together a panel of industry experts to discuss what the future of yachting might look like post lockdown for crew and the wider industry.

Read more

What is Yacht Management and What Should it Be?

There was a time when I share a view that yacht management reduces the ability of yacht captains to deliver service to owners. I now see that view was wrong - captains should not work in isolation.

Read more

Does Excellent Training Creat Excellent Crew?

Does excellent training create excellent crew? This is a question certainly worth exploring since there are many factors which create excellence in superyacht crew of all departments.

Read more

Online Courses for Crew During Lockdown

The current lockdown in yachting hubs around the globe have meant that many crew now find themselves in a position where their careers are on hold. However, this doesn’t necessarily need to be the case

Read more

Laundry and Covid-19

As much as the COVID-19 virus has a limited lifespan on textiles, it is imperative to have confidence that a superaycht's bed linen and towels, robes, cushions and throws and more are virus free.

Read More

Coronavirus and Crew: Know Your Rights

Captain Rod Hatch & John Cook talk us through some of the most common issues that are facing seafarers right now due to the pandemic and what action it is possible to take.

Read More

Crew Insight: The Life of a Superyacht ETO

With an impressive career working in marine electrical engineering, superyacht refits and on board some of the world’s most advanced superyachts, Ryan Porter is an ETO who can confidently say he knows his stuff.

Read more

Weather Forecasts, Safe Passage and Safe Berths

Adverse weather enhances the risks for yachts, not only in open waters but also in marinas and at anchor. The key to mitigating damage to a vessel as well as guests and crew is advance planning.

Read More

ISWAN Achieves Target to Build Crew Mental Health Portal

This week 'An Hour with Colin Squire' was dedicated to mental health to raise funds for ISWAN's new portal for superyacht crew. On Friday Colin was delighted to announce that the target was achieved!

Read more
 

OCEAN LIFE

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

Celebrate the World's Largest Mums This Mother's Day

With Mother’s Day in the US held this Sunday 10th May, this year we're celebrating whales - the world's largest mums with the biggest hearts!

Read More

Diving Fakarava Atoll: The Mystery of the Groupers

There is a hidden gem in the remote South Pacific called Fakarava. This atoll is one of the numerous tiny dots on the map of French Polynesia, where the main island is Tahiti.

Read More

UNESCO Looks to Yachting to Help Save the Ocean

Dr Emma Heslop of GOOS is currently setting up a system for the monitoring of the ocean as part of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development 2021-2030.

Read More

Growing Number of Sea Life Sightings in Thailand

A growing number of sightings of sea life are emerging in Thailand which scientists attribute to the absence of tourists and fishing boats during the coronavirus pandemic.

Read More

Nine Sea Shepherd Documentaries to Watch Now

With the majority of the world currently stuck indoors, there’s more time than ever to curl up with a good book or lose yourself in an inspiring documentary.

Read More

Mission Ocean – From Panama to Paradise

The shipyard in Shelter Bay, where we had hauled out Contigo for a well-needed bottom scrub and some urgent repairs to a sail drive, was literally in the middle of the jungle.

Read More

Girls Going Green on Yachts

The lovely stewardesses on MY IRISHA discuss how they've made their on board operations more eco-friendly, hoping to inspire others to do the same.

Read More

Save the Med Launches Digital Resources and Live Lessons

While all Save the Med's field activities are cancelled due to COVID-19, the team is developing digital resources for all who would like to learn more about the oceans and how to protect them..

Read more

Introducing Water Revolution Foundation’s Yacht Assessment Tool

Water Revolution Foundation's new Yacht Assessment Tool is designed to revolutionise the build processes of superyachts by empowering decision-makers to make sustainable choices.

Read More

Now is the Time for Green Yachts

Global warming, climate change and plastic pollution are just three of many forces threatening our planet today, so there’s no better time for the superyacht industry to do its bit.

Read More

Are Yacht Shows Letting the Side Down on Sustainability?

Sustainability talk in the media focuses to a large extent on those who design, build or own superyachts, but where are the articles reporting on the ground about yachting events?

Read More

Celebrate the World's Largest Mums This Mother's Day

With Mother’s Day in the US held this Sunday 10th May, this year we're celebrating whales - the world's largest mums with the biggest hearts!

Read More

Diving Fakarava Atoll: The Mystery of the Groupers

There is a hidden gem in the remote South Pacific called Fakarava. This atoll is one of the numerous tiny dots on the map of French Polynesia, where the main island is Tahiti.

Read More

UNESCO Looks to Yachting to Help Save the Ocean

Dr Emma Heslop of GOOS is currently setting up a system for the monitoring of the ocean as part of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development 2021-2030.

Read More

Growing Number of Sea Life Sightings in Thailand

A growing number of sightings of sea life are emerging in Thailand which scientists attribute to the absence of tourists and fishing boats during the coronavirus pandemic.

Read More

Nine Sea Shepherd Documentaries to Watch Now

With the majority of the world currently stuck indoors, there’s more time than ever to curl up with a good book or lose yourself in an inspiring documentary.

Read More

Mission Ocean – From Panama to Paradise

The shipyard in Shelter Bay, where we had hauled out Contigo for a well-needed bottom scrub and some urgent repairs to a sail drive, was literally in the middle of the jungle.

Read More

Girls Going Green on Yachts

The lovely stewardesses on MY IRISHA discuss how they've made their on board operations more eco-friendly, hoping to inspire others to do the same.

Read More

Save the Med Launches Digital Resources and Live Lessons

While all Save the Med's field activities are cancelled due to COVID-19, the team is developing digital resources for all who would like to learn more about the oceans and how to protect them..

Read more

Introducing Water Revolution Foundation’s Yacht Assessment Tool

Water Revolution Foundation's new Yacht Assessment Tool is designed to revolutionise the build processes of superyachts by empowering decision-makers to make sustainable choices.

Read More

Now is the Time for Green Yachts

Global warming, climate change and plastic pollution are just three of many forces threatening our planet today, so there’s no better time for the superyacht industry to do its bit.

Read More

Are Yacht Shows Letting the Side Down on Sustainability?

Sustainability talk in the media focuses to a large extent on those who design, build or own superyachts, but where are the articles reporting on the ground about yachting events?

Read More

Celebrate the World's Largest Mums This Mother's Day

With Mother’s Day in the US held this Sunday 10th May, this year we're celebrating whales - the world's largest mums with the biggest hearts!

Read More

Diving Fakarava Atoll: The Mystery of the Groupers

There is a hidden gem in the remote South Pacific called Fakarava. This atoll is one of the numerous tiny dots on the map of French Polynesia, where the main island is Tahiti.

Read More

UNESCO Looks to Yachting to Help Save the Ocean

Dr Emma Heslop of GOOS is currently setting up a system for the monitoring of the ocean as part of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development 2021-2030.

Read More

Growing Number of Sea Life Sightings in Thailand

A growing number of sightings of sea life are emerging in Thailand which scientists attribute to the absence of tourists and fishing boats during the coronavirus pandemic.

Read More

Nine Sea Shepherd Documentaries to Watch Now

With the majority of the world currently stuck indoors, there’s more time than ever to curl up with a good book or lose yourself in an inspiring documentary.

Read More

Mission Ocean – From Panama to Paradise

The shipyard in Shelter Bay, where we had hauled out Contigo for a well-needed bottom scrub and some urgent repairs to a sail drive, was literally in the middle of the jungle.

Read More

Girls Going Green on Yachts

The lovely stewardesses on MY IRISHA discuss how they've made their on board operations more eco-friendly, hoping to inspire others to do the same.

Read More

Save the Med Launches Digital Resources and Live Lessons

While all Save the Med's field activities are cancelled due to COVID-19, the team is developing digital resources for all who would like to learn more about the oceans and how to protect them..

Read more

Introducing Water Revolution Foundation’s Yacht Assessment Tool

Water Revolution Foundation's new Yacht Assessment Tool is designed to revolutionise the build processes of superyachts by empowering decision-makers to make sustainable choices.

Read More

Now is the Time for Green Yachts

Global warming, climate change and plastic pollution are just three of many forces threatening our planet today, so there’s no better time for the superyacht industry to do its bit.

Read More

Are Yacht Shows Letting the Side Down on Sustainability?

Sustainability talk in the media focuses to a large extent on those who design, build or own superyachts, but where are the articles reporting on the ground about yachting events?

Read More
 
 
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