• First Bonded Warehouse in the Balearics

    Posted: 2nd November 2017 | Written by: OnboardOnline

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    As yachts continue to flock to the Balearics attracted by beautiful cruising grounds, the abundance of yacht services, excellent marinas and a great service ethic, the islands now have another string to their bow - the first bonded warehouse for goods in transit.
  • Scott Walker on Superyacht Services in South East Asia

    Posted: 11th May 2017 | Written by: Linda Cartlidge

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    As interest in the region continues to grow, Scott Walker, a co-founder of Asia Pacific Superyachts and Managing Director of APS Singapore, gives an insight into his role and the support services available to yachts visiting South East Asia.
  • Going Local with BWA Italy

    Posted: 3rd May 2017 | Written by: Sam Watson

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    When your clients are anywhere and everywhere you need a global presence to take care of business. For successful yacht agents this means having a local network on the ground with the expert knowledge and passion to give clients the best experience wherever they are. We spoke with Caterina Oliviero of BWA Italy to find out more.
  • Asia Pacific Superyachts New Zealand with Duthie Lidgard

    Posted: 31st January 2017 | Written by: Linda Cartlidge

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    As Asia Pacific Superyachts New Zealand goes from strength to strength, Managing Director Duthie Lidgard provides an insight into his role as an agent providing the very best service and support for yachts visiting the region.
  • Duty-free French Fuel for Commercial Yachts

    Posted: 20th June 2016 | Written by: Bruce Maltwood

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    Despite some confusion in recent months, commercial yachts will still be able to fill up with duty-free fuel in France this summer. The uncertainty surrounding duty-free fuel stems from the wording used in current charter contracts in relation to the end user, specifically when the charterer is using the yacht for pleasure rather than commercial purposes.
  • Evolution Saves the Day

    Posted: 20th May 2016 | Written by: Guillermo Garcia

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    Evolution saves the day for captains and crew, every day, this is Evolution’s mission and why Evolution exists. “With the #EVOSAVEDMYDAY campaign we want to launch a key message that crew can identify with. Our main objective is to take on your problems as our own and help you find solutions” says marketing manager, Guillermo García.
  • Asia Pacific Superyachts is Official NZ Inbound Tour Operator

    Posted: 6th May 2015 | Written by: Albatross PR

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    New Zealand-based superyacht agent, Asia Pacific Superyachts New Zealand (APSNZ), is proud to announce that effective immediately it has been registered as an official New Zealand Inbound Tour Operator (ITO) with the Tourist Export Council of New Zealand and has been Qualmark approved.
  • Duty Free Fuelling Facility in St. Kitts

    Posted: 7th April 2015 | Written by: Albatross

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    It’s the end of the Caribbean yachting season and where else for crews to refuel, re-provision and rejuvenate than conveniently docked within an alongside berth at The Marina at Christophe Harbour.
  • Crew Accommodation in Antibes

    Posted: 30th March 2015 | Written by: Lauren Williams

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    With the yearly influx of new crew beginning to flood into Antibes, we wanted to give you the lowdown on all the crew houses available. The most well-known crew houses in Antibes include The Crew Grapevine, The Crewhouse, The Glamorgan and Debbie's Crew House. We''ve compiled a guide to help newbies decide which one is right for them.
  • Agent Provocateur: A Yachting Survey Backfires

    Posted: 4th August 2014 | Written by: Sam Watson / Karen Hockney

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    In May of 2014, The Superyacht Report published a report naming the 'best' and 'worst' yacht agents in the industry. The article prompted much debate over whether the survey methods were flawed and whether the article should have been published, as well as raising bigger questions regarding the role of journalism in the yachting media.