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  • Art Marine Marinas expands 'Destinations' concept

    Posted: 25th March 2013 | Written by: Mike Derrett

    The Dubai-based company has added new 'Destinations' marinas in China, Singapore and Thailand. Dubai-based Art Marine Marinas has added new marinas in China, Singapore and Thailand to its ‘Destinations’ concept, which operates in the Middle East, Indian Ocean and Asia.
  • The last great worldwide sailing expedition

    Posted: 22nd March 2013 | Written by: Michael Ruane, Smithsonian.com

    At 3 p.m., August 18, 1838, six ships got under way on the ebb tide and made for the Cape Henry Lighthouse in Norfolk, Virginia.The vessels were packed with books, the latest scientific and navigational equipment, and a crew of 346 men—including a linguist, a mineralogist, two botanists and two artists. Behind them lay the young, ambitious United States. Ahead lay four arduous years at sea and almost 87,000 miles of ocean.
  • S. Korean island looks to expand marina facilities

    Posted: 21st March 2013 | Written by: The Jeju Weekly

    Jeju provincial government plans to invest a total of £1.7 milion in Gimnyeong Port, upgrading the yachting facilities and clubhouse. With these plans, the Jeju government expects to boost yacht and marine tourism on the island.
  • Italy vs. India: Untangling a mess

    Posted: 19th March 2013 | Written by: Yogesh Pai, The Wall Street Journal

    India's Supreme Court’s decision to restrain the Italian ambassador from leaving the country may violate international law on diplomatic immunity.This is the latest development in a deepening dispute between the two countries over where two Italian marines accused of fatally shooting two Indian fishermen should stand trial.
  • India prevents Italian ambassador from leaving country

    Posted: 19th March 2013 | Written by: Bibhudatta Pradhan, Bloomberg News

    Tensions escalated again in the Enrica Lexie case today. India alerted airports nationwide to prevent the Italian ambassador from leaving the country amid an escalating diplomatic row triggered by Italy’s decision to block the return of two marines charged with killing fishermen.
  • Prestige focuses on Brazilian market

    Posted: 18th March 2013 | Written by: Tatiana Rokou, Travel Daily News

    Prestige has positioned itself among the top brands in the highly competitive market of luxury motor yachts in Brazil.
  • Palladium adds to its team

    Posted: 15th March 2013 | Written by: Palladium Technologies

    Palladium Technologies is pleased to announce Mike Perkins as their Business Development Manager for Europe.
  • Briton writes guide to working on superyachts

    Posted: 15th March 2013 | Written by: Miles Davis, This is Cornwall

    Sailing on a multimillion-pound yacht is an attractive career. Now a Briton has produced a guide on how to get into the super yacht business.
  • Projected economic impact from America's Cup now smaller

    Posted: 13th March 2013 | Written by: Mike Billings, San Francisco Examiner

    The projected benefits of hosting the America’s Cup now appear to be much lower than promoters once touted.
  • The Heartbreak of a $40m yacht

    Posted: 12th March 2013 | Written by: Steven Kurutz, The New York Times

    G. Bruce Knecht's new book, “Grand Ambition”, focuses on all aspects of the building and the people involved in creating M/Y Lady Linda.
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