• Sea Shepherd Ship in France to Stop Dolphin Slaughter

    Posted: 21st February 2019 | Written by: Sea Shepherd

    Sea Shepherd’s ship, the M/Y Sam Simon, has arrived off the Atlantic Coast of France to join the organisation’s campaign Operation Dolphin ByCatch, exposing the ongoing slaughter of dolphins by industrial fishing vessels in the Bay of Biscay. Dolphins spending winter in this area are victims of non-selective fishing operations that in the past six weeks alone have caused 600 dead dolphins to wash up on French beaches.
  • Dutch Entry Accepted for 36th America's Cup

    Posted: 12th February 2019 | Written by: Dutch Yachtbuilding

    The 36th America's Cup in 2021 will see a Dutch entry take part for the very first time. The team skippered by Simeon Tienpont, a two-time AC winner (Team Oracle USA), will take on the challenge of winning the oldest international sporting trophy.
  • Sea Shepherd Urges Action on Fisheries Driving Māui Dolphins to Extinction

    Posted: 7th February 2019 | Written by: Sea Shepherd

    Native to New Zealand, the Māui dolphin is the world’s most endangered marine dolphin - a victim of bycatch in fisheries using gillnets and trawls - with estimates putting the population at only 57. Sea Shepherd urges the U.S. government to implement the Marine Mammal Protection Act against imports from New Zealand as an economic lever against the tragic and needless decimation of the Māui dolphin population.
  • Economic Impact of FLIBS & Priorities for the Marine Industry in 2019

    Posted: 5th February 2019 | Written by: MIASF

    The Marine Industries Association of South Florida announces its legislative priorities in 2019 to advocate for the marine industry and foster economic strength.
  • Maritime Union Says Brexit and Shipping Exodus is Creating a ‘Perfect Storm’

    Posted: 5th February 2019 | Written by: Nautilus International

    Maritime professionals’ trade union, Nautilus International, has warned the decision by Maersk to take its remaining vessels off the UK Ship Register, exit the UK Tonnage Tax and end the training of UK Cadets, will have a serious impact on seafarer jobs and the stability of the UK industry.
  • Caribbean Sea - Security Report January 2019

    Posted: 29th January 2019 | Written by: Wayne Britton

    Between 1 January - 31 December 2018, the Securewest International Global Response Centre recorded a total of 104 incidents in the Caribbean Sea, a slight increase compared to 97 events for the same period in 2017. At least 51 events involved yachts (48 in 2017), in particular in the Lesser Antilles. This report provides an assessment of the potential threat to yachts in the Caribbean Sea, including risk mitigation and recommendations.
  • The Trend for Customisation of Jetskis

    Posted: 29th January 2019 | Written by: Josh Richardson

    Long gone are the days when superyacht tenders and toys clashed in different colours, stamped with the conspicuous logo of the manufacturer. In a world where everyone wants to offer clients the absolute best, customising tenders and toys is becoming big business. Jetskis in particular are susceptible to creative make-overs, including anything from upholstery and decking to installation of the latest gadgets.
  • Caribbean Islands Welcome Return of Superyachts

    Posted: 25th January 2019 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Just 16 months after the Caribbean was hit by Hurricanes Irma and Maria, the islands are up and running and busy welcoming superyachts back for the winter season. Spirits are high and by all accounts many of the marinas are in better shape now than ever.
  • London On-Water Boat Show Relaunched as London Yacht Show

    Posted: 22nd January 2019 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    The London On Water Boat Show has been renamed, rebranded and relaunched as London Yacht Show and will take place on-water at St Katharine Docks this May 8 - 12th 2019. The newly rebooted event will have a primary focus on luxury lifestyle, filling the requirement for manufacturers and dealers who attract high net-worth clients.
  • First Ever British Marine Expo

    Posted: 22nd January 2019 | Written by: British Marine

    The inaugural British Marine Expo is the first of its kind, bringing together some of the association’s most popular events with fantastic opportunities to learn, network and sell. Delivering a two-day schedule of talks, seminars and networking opportunities, on 26-27 March 2019, this flagship trade event is a must attend for Britain’s most innovative and aspiring marine professionals.
1 2 3 4 5 ... 122
  • International Maxi Association Set to Expand

    Posted: 2nd October 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Following its Annual General Meeting held during this month’s Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup, the International Maxi Association, the World Sailing-recognised body that oversees maxi yacht racing globally, has announced its prize winners, voted in a new President and published its 2019 race program.
  • Winners of the 2018 Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup

    Posted: 8th September 2018 | Written by: James Boyd

    The highlight of the maxi yacht calendar, the 2018 Maxi Yacht Rolex Cup concluded in Porto Cervo on Saturday with stand-out performances in most classes. The most remarkable victory was seized by the Wally 77 Lyra in the Wally class, the first ever regatta for her owner-driver ending with a scoreline comprised of five wins and two seconds.
  • Largest Yacht Built in Asia Completes Sea Trials

    Posted: 26th June 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    The largest yacht to be built in Asia, 88.5m Illusion Plus has successfully completed her sea trials and is now in the finishing stages of her construction at Pride Mega Yachts. Due to be delivered in the Autumn, Illusion Plus is one of the most anticipated new builds of 2018.
  • Velsheda Wins Superyacht Cup Palma 2018

    Posted: 24th June 2018 | Written by: Daphne Morgan Barnicoat

    Once the spray had settled at the end of the deciding St. Regis Mardavall Race the overall trophy went narrowly but deservedly to the famous J Class yacht Velsheda after an inspiring performance over the three days of Europe’s largest and longest-running superyacht regatta.
  • Centrostiledesign and FA Porsche Collaborate on Dynamiq GTT 115 Hybrid

    Posted: 21st June 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Centrostiledesign is proud to announce its first collaboration with Dynamiq, the Monte Carlo-based shipyard that continues to make waves in the superyacht world with its original and versatile designs. Known for involving world class partners from the start of a project, Dynamiq commissioned Centrostiledesign and design firm FA Porsche to collaborate on their GTT 115 Hybrid, a 35m aluminium yacht with naval architecture by Vripack.
  • Audi Invitational Team Racing Challenge Underway in Porto Cervo

    Posted: 21st June 2018 | Written by: Marialisa Panu

    Competition in the Audi Invitational Team Racing Challenge runs from 21-23 June in Porto Cervo, organised by the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda (YCCS). The biennial regatta takes place aboard the YCCS fleet of J/70 boats in a series of short, fast races that emphasize teamwork between the crews.
  • J Class Duo Launch Superyacht Cup Palma in Style

    Posted: 21st June 2018 | Written by: Daphne Morgan Barnicoat

    As a curtain raiser to the 22nd Superyacht Cup it does not get much better than the sight of two of the superb J Class yachts strutting their stuff out on the vibrant blue waters of Palma Bay. The opening races of the Mediterranean’s largest and longest running superyacht festival pitched Velsheda and Svea head to head against each other, a vivid reminder perhaps of the class’s distinguished match racing heritage.
  • Countdown to the Palma Superyacht Cup 2018

    Posted: 9th June 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Yachts from all corners of the globe are headed for the annual Superyacht Cup in Plama which kicks off on 20 June. Bolero, Bliss and Athos have returned from the far reaches of Asia and the Pacific, with many others including Missy, Velsheda and Svea arriving from the Caribbean.
  • Superyacht Slipstream Recognized for Humanitarian Efforts

    Posted: 9th June 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    On Monday 11 June, the crew of 60m MY Slipstream will receive the Yachts du Coeur trophy in recognition of their efforts to organize and transport aid to the Caribbean after the 2017 hurricanes. In collaboration with ECO-MER and YachtAid Global, Slipstream collected donations and materials to help with the rebuilding of Caribbean islands, before crossing the Atlantic to deliver the aid to those in greatest need.
  • Sustainability at Cape Panwa Hotel Phuket Raceweek

    Posted: 26th May 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Ocean waste is a huge problem in China, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, who are jointly responsible for 60% of the eight million tonnes of plastic that enter the world's oceans each year. Regatta organizers are taking this seriously and once again Cape Panwa Hotel Phuket Raceweek is setting the example in Thailand.
1 2 3 4 5 ... 68
  • Tahiti and Monaco Superyacht Clusters Form Alliance

    Posted: 21st March 2019 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Tahiti Tourisme's Superyacht Cluster and Cluster Yachting Monaco signed a promising partnership on March 5. Composed of yachting industry professionals, both groups met in the prestigious setting of Monaco's Yacht Club to finalise an agreement which will allow them to develop close ties and implement joint operations.
  • Acquera Yachting to Manage Ischia Helipad and Casamicciola Berths

    Posted: 21st March 2019 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Acquera Yachting announced today that they have been granted the commercial rights to manage the superyacht berths in Casamicciola Marina as well as the sole helipad on Ischia Island. The yachting haven located in the Gulf of Naples is home to the 158-berth marina and helipad that is a mere 15-minute flight from Naples Capodichino airport.
  • ECPY Open Day in Nice

    Posted: 19th March 2019 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    ECPY, the European Committee for Professional Yachting, is hosting an open day in Nice this Thursday, 21st March. Following a MYBA hosted breakfast, guests will be able to visit the seventeen superyachts in attendance.
  • Seafaring Heroes to be Honoured: Maritime Charity Calls for Nominations

    Posted: 19th March 2019 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    The Shipwrecked Mariners’ Society is calling on members of the maritime and rescue communities to nominate those who have demonstrated outstanding courage and expertise in aiding those in peril at sea, for its 168th Skill and Gallantry Awards.
  • YPY: Yachting, Monaco and the Opportunities...

    Posted: 12th March 2019 | Written by: YPY Monaco

    If you are working in the yachting industry and would like to know what Monaco is doing to help the new generation to improve their business opportunities in the Principality, make sure you join us at the next YPY Monaco event on Thursday 17th March at 7pm.
  • Crew Awards 2019 - Nominations Open

    Posted: 12th March 2019 | Written by: Corinna Blanke

    ACREW is proud to open the nominations for the 2019 Crew Awards. Based on last year’s overwhelming response from the yachting industry, more than 300 nominees representing approximately 150 superyachts are expected in this year’s nomination round. The Crew Awards ceremony will take place on 12th October in Nice, France and will be a night to remember with 500 Captains and Crew from around the globe celebrating the best in the business.
  • MB92 Barcelona Receive ISO 50001 Certificate for Energy Management

    Posted: 6th March 2019 | Written by: MB92

    MB92 Barcelona, part of the MB92 Group, today announced the recent addition of the ISO 50001 certificate for energy management by the Lloyd's Register. In achieving this, MB92 Barcelona are demonstrating their ongoing commitment to improving energy efficiency and reducing their impact on the environment.
  • Silver Arrows Marine Collaborates with Begüm Yachting

    Posted: 6th March 2019 | Written by: Silver Arrows Marine

    Silver Arrows Marine, creator of the unique Mercedes-designed ARROW460-Granturismo motor yacht, is taking the next step in its development with an exciting new collaboration with Begüm Yachting.
  • MCA's Chief Executive to Keynote Superyacht UK Technical Seminar 2019

    Posted: 1st March 2019 | Written by: British Marine

    The 2019 Superyacht UK Technical Seminar’s keynote speech will be delivered by the Maritime Coastguard Agency’s new Chief Executive, Brian Johnson. At the British Marine Expo on 27 March he will be sharing his thoughts of the importance of the superyacht market to the global fleet.
  • Sarnia Yachts Pre-Season Briefing for Captains and Crew

    Posted: 28th February 2019 | Written by: Sarnia Yachts

    On Thursday 7th March, Sarnia Yachts is hosting a pre-season briefing for captains, crew and industry professionals in the south of France, an opportunity to learn about industry changes affecting the forthcoming yachting season. Attendees will be able to ask questions through an interactive app (Slido) and will also be introduced to Sarnia’s new crew handbook, an essential resource for crew employment matters.
1 2 3 4 5 ... 80
  • Protect Your Yacht and Crew with Solarglide Solar Screens

    Posted: 4th December 2016 | Written by: Dale Parker

    Solar glare poses a dangerous threat to your yacht while out at sea where the sun is at its strongest. Glare from the sun significantly reduces visibility through navigational windows, increasing the risk of collision, especially when travelling through a bustling port. As the sun beats down on the yacht, glare can also become very uncomfortable for crew and guests.
  • Superyacht Tenders & Toys Refit, Repair and Refurbishment Packages

    Posted: 6th November 2016 | Written by: Josh Richardson

    Superyacht Tenders and Toys has seen growing demand for its Tender Refit, Repair and Refurbishment packages in 2016. Offering secure covered storage, practical workshops and excellent product knowledge, SYT&T is ideally located for boats in the Mediterranean and Northern Europe, and can take care of all shipping, including collection from the yacht anywhere in the world.
  • Superyacht Tenders & Toys: The Rise of Motorbikes, Bikes & Buggies

    Posted: 13th October 2016 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Superyacht Tenders and Toys (SYTT) has noticed a growing trend towards head-turning land-based toys, having recently supplied three high-performance HPC Revolution bikes to the new build MY Cloudbreak. The HPC Revolution bikes, designed by aerospace engineers and hand built in the USA, also featured recently in the US version of Top Gear.
  • Hub Ware Launches Web Portal for Managing New Builds & Refits

    Posted: 27th September 2016 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Announcing the new standard for refits, Techman-Hub Ware has launched its new online project management sites, in time for the winter refit season. Designed for yachts from 25m upwards, the HUB improves visibility, consistency, and saves time and effort dealing with project admin, freeing crews and managers to concentrate on the technical supervision and quality control.
  • Secumar: Innovation in Lifejackets & Workwear

    Posted: 23rd August 2016 | Written by: Anne Finck

    SECUMAR will be exhibiting its innovative lifejackets and maritime workwear at both SMM from 6th – 9th September and WindEnergy from 27th – 30th September, both at the Hamburg Messe.
  • NIPI: The Portable Cooler You've Been Waiting For!

    Posted: 9th August 2016 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    NIPI, as the name suggests, is a smart portable cooler but it’s also energized by solar panels. The idea came about on a boating trip, with the need for something to keep drinks cold, charge mobile phones and also keep belongings safe, but it also had to be mobile and look as good as the other accessories on board.
  • New from America's Favourite Fish Finder

    Posted: 22nd July 2016 | Written by: Cristiana Zama

    With a full armory of digital weaponry and a massive widescreen, the new HELIX™ 12 is Humminbird®’s rarest beast yet, with precise Humminbird® Broadband CHIRP, incredible imaging sonar and the mapmaking power of AutoChart® Live.
  • Incidence Sails at Cannes Yachting Festival

    Posted: 17th July 2016 | Written by: Incidence Sails

    This year, the sail maker, Incidence, will participate more strongly than ever in the Cannes Yachting Festival, thanks to significant developments in design and production. Over the last three years, Incidence has invested in technical and human resources to produce and develop its own membranes, extending their expertise in custom-design.
  • Solarglide Wins Contract for 'Harmony of the Seas’

    Posted: 5th July 2016 | Written by: Dale Parker

    Solarglide has been awarded the prestigious contract to manufacture and supply 53 SG GLIDER solar screens to the world’s largest cruise ship, Harmony of the Seas’, providing crew wth an essential navigational aid and protection from solar glare.
  • McMurdo Launches MEOSAR Online Knowledge Center

    Posted: 1st July 2016 | Written by: Randel Maestre

    McMurdo, the world’s most trusted name in emergency readiness and response, announced today that it has launched a web-based MEOSAR Knowledge Center. The site is a dynamic information portal for MEOSAR (Medium Earth Orbit Search and Rescue), the next generation version of the Cospas-Sarsat international search and rescue (SAR) satellite system that has helped to save over 40,000 lives since 1982.
1 2 3 4 5 ... 29
  • Sea Shepherd Ship in France to Stop Dolphin Slaughter

    Posted: 21st February 2019 | Written by: Sea Shepherd

    Sea Shepherd’s ship, the M/Y Sam Simon, has arrived off the Atlantic Coast of France to join the organisation’s campaign Operation Dolphin ByCatch, exposing the ongoing slaughter of dolphins by industrial fishing vessels in the Bay of Biscay. Dolphins spending winter in this area are victims of non-selective fishing operations that in the past six weeks alone have caused 600 dead dolphins to wash up on French beaches.
  • Dutch Entry Accepted for 36th America's Cup

    Posted: 12th February 2019 | Written by: Dutch Yachtbuilding

    The 36th America's Cup in 2021 will see a Dutch entry take part for the very first time. The team skippered by Simeon Tienpont, a two-time AC winner (Team Oracle USA), will take on the challenge of winning the oldest international sporting trophy.
  • Sea Shepherd Urges Action on Fisheries Driving Māui Dolphins to Extinction

    Posted: 7th February 2019 | Written by: Sea Shepherd

    Native to New Zealand, the Māui dolphin is the world’s most endangered marine dolphin - a victim of bycatch in fisheries using gillnets and trawls - with estimates putting the population at only 57. Sea Shepherd urges the U.S. government to implement the Marine Mammal Protection Act against imports from New Zealand as an economic lever against the tragic and needless decimation of the Māui dolphin population.
  • Economic Impact of FLIBS & Priorities for the Marine Industry in 2019

    Posted: 5th February 2019 | Written by: MIASF

    The Marine Industries Association of South Florida announces its legislative priorities in 2019 to advocate for the marine industry and foster economic strength.
  • Maritime Union Says Brexit and Shipping Exodus is Creating a ‘Perfect Storm’

    Posted: 5th February 2019 | Written by: Nautilus International

    Maritime professionals’ trade union, Nautilus International, has warned the decision by Maersk to take its remaining vessels off the UK Ship Register, exit the UK Tonnage Tax and end the training of UK Cadets, will have a serious impact on seafarer jobs and the stability of the UK industry.
  • Caribbean Sea - Security Report January 2019

    Posted: 29th January 2019 | Written by: Wayne Britton

    Between 1 January - 31 December 2018, the Securewest International Global Response Centre recorded a total of 104 incidents in the Caribbean Sea, a slight increase compared to 97 events for the same period in 2017. At least 51 events involved yachts (48 in 2017), in particular in the Lesser Antilles. This report provides an assessment of the potential threat to yachts in the Caribbean Sea, including risk mitigation and recommendations.
  • The Trend for Customisation of Jetskis

    Posted: 29th January 2019 | Written by: Josh Richardson

    Long gone are the days when superyacht tenders and toys clashed in different colours, stamped with the conspicuous logo of the manufacturer. In a world where everyone wants to offer clients the absolute best, customising tenders and toys is becoming big business. Jetskis in particular are susceptible to creative make-overs, including anything from upholstery and decking to installation of the latest gadgets.
  • Caribbean Islands Welcome Return of Superyachts

    Posted: 25th January 2019 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Just 16 months after the Caribbean was hit by Hurricanes Irma and Maria, the islands are up and running and busy welcoming superyachts back for the winter season. Spirits are high and by all accounts many of the marinas are in better shape now than ever.
  • London On-Water Boat Show Relaunched as London Yacht Show

    Posted: 22nd January 2019 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    The London On Water Boat Show has been renamed, rebranded and relaunched as London Yacht Show and will take place on-water at St Katharine Docks this May 8 - 12th 2019. The newly rebooted event will have a primary focus on luxury lifestyle, filling the requirement for manufacturers and dealers who attract high net-worth clients.
  • First Ever British Marine Expo

    Posted: 22nd January 2019 | Written by: British Marine

    The inaugural British Marine Expo is the first of its kind, bringing together some of the association’s most popular events with fantastic opportunities to learn, network and sell. Delivering a two-day schedule of talks, seminars and networking opportunities, on 26-27 March 2019, this flagship trade event is a must attend for Britain’s most innovative and aspiring marine professionals.
1 2 3 4 5 ... 122