• Sea Shepherd's Flagship M/Y Steve Irwin to be Retired

    Posted: 4th December 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Sea Shepherd International have announced that their flagship, the M/Y Steve Irwin, or the Steve, will be retired after 11 years of service. With Sea Shepherd, the M/Y Steve Irwin has conducted 18 campaigns in defence of the world’s oceans; from protecting pilot whales in the Faroes, bluefin tuna in the Mediterranean, and humpback whales off the Kimberley coast.
  • Clear Ocean Pact Aims for 1000 Yachts by 2020

    Posted: 24th November 2018 | Written by: Sam Watson

    A new initiative called Clear Ocean Pact has launched to gain commitment across the yachting industry to reduce the level of single-use plastic and microplastic waste entering our oceans. Founded by yachting veteran Richard Orme, the aim is to raise awareness and stimulate a culture shift from the bottom up by exploring viable alternatives and solutions that yachts can adopt in their daily operations.
  • 40 Years of Sea Shepherd in Photos

    Posted: 15th November 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    International marine conservation society Sea Shepherd has opened an online photo exhibition 'Sea Shepherd: On the Frontline of Marine Conservation', where stunning photos from their 40 year history can be viewed and purchased.
  • PRIVA Delivers Connectivity and Content

    Posted: 9th November 2018 | Written by: Don Hoyt Gorman

    PRIVA, the superyacht connectivity and content supplier (previously MTN), has a new name and a new focus. “PRIVA stands for enriching our client’s most valuable asset: their time. It underpins everything we do. Growing our team and offering the best customer service possible is how we deliver on that promise,” says Ole Sivertsen, Senior Vice President of Maritime.
  • YPY Monaco Event: The Uncertainty of Taxes

    Posted: 2nd November 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    YPY Monaco invites all members of the yachting industry to its next event, The Uncertainty of Taxes, on Thursday 8 November at the Yacht Club de Monaco. They are pleased to be welcoming the experts from WES Yachting to give an overview of Customs and VAT regulations and MYA, who will give a presentation on the new Monaco VAT deferment leasing scheme.
  • Sea Shepherd Launches a New Campaign in the Mediterranean Sea

    Posted: 16th October 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Sea Shepherd protects the Italian waters thanks to a joint collaboration with the Aeolian Islands Preservation Fund to tackle Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing in the Aeolian Archipelago. Their recent patrol led to the removal and seizure of 52 illegal FADS (Fishing Aggregating Devices) along with 100km of polypropylene line from the waters of the Aeolian Islands.
  • Sea Shepherd Australia: Operation Reef Defence

    Posted: 10th October 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Operation Reef Defence is a Sea Shepherd Australia campaign to halt the construction of the Adani Carmichael coal mine, rail link and coal port in Eastern Australia. A new report from the Climate Council released this week reveals the urgent need for Australia to kick its coal habit to protect the Great Barrier Reef.
  • Looking Ahead to the Caribbean Charter Season 2018

    Posted: 2nd October 2018 | Written by: Tom Mukamal, IGY Marinas CEO

    Think back to the first time you visited the Caribbean. What captivated you the most: the crystal-clear waters, the lush greenery, or the miles of sandy beaches? All of these allures have made yachting and nautical tourism an economic cornerstone of the Caribbean and, just a year after unprecedented hurricanes, the islands and the people have made a strong comeback.
  • Sea Shepherd UK offers the Faroe Islands Incentive to Stop Killing Cetaceans

    Posted: 2nd October 2018 | Written by: Sea Shepherd UK

    During the last 10 years a total of 7,744 small cetaceans of five different species have lost their lives in the Faroe Islands grindadráp hunts. Sea Shepherd UK, a marine conservation charity working to defend ocean wildlife and habitats, is offering a financial incentive to the Faroe Islands of one million euros in total over the next 10 years to bring to an end the grindadráp.
  • Alternative Solution to TAR (Temporary Admission Relief)

    Posted: 27th August 2018 | Written by: Chris Allix

    The Mediterranean summer season is in full swing with clients deciding whether or not and how to sail in Europe. As the superyacht industry is aware, European Customs are getting stricter with regard to the operation of superyachts, with two principal methods of clearing Customs. Chris Allix of Dominion Marine explains.
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  • Howard Pridding Bows Out as British Marine CEO

    Posted: 20th February 2018 | Written by: British Marine

    British Marine have announced today that Howard Pridding will be leaving the company in the summer after completing five and a half years in the role of Chief Executive Officer.
  • Sri Lanka...the Next Sailing Destination in Asia?

    Posted: 20th February 2018 | Written by: Linda Cartlidge

    While Sri Lanka boasts the richly biodiverse Indian Ocean on every side, with famed views and whale watching, the country was not considered a worthy stop for yachts due to the lack of a fully-fledged marina. However, continuing efforts are underway to make “Sri Lanka the next sailing destination in Asia” and “…a magnet for yachters and pleasure sailors worldwide”, reports Priyantha Perera of Asia Pacific Superyachts Sri Lanka.
  • St Maarten Prepares to Welcome International Fleet

    Posted: 8th February 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    The St. Maarten Heineken Regatta (March 1-4) has been a Caribbean favourite for almost four decades. Already, 75 yachts representing 22 countries have registered to race in this year's 38th edition, which will be the first major event in St. Maarten since Hurricane Irma passed through in September.
  • Panerai Transat Classique 2019 is in Production

    Posted: 2nd February 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    The fourth Panerai Transat Classique yacht race will be held in early January 2019 between Marina Lanzarote and Christophe Harbour, St Kitts. A dozen sailboats, from 11 to 49 m, are already pre-registered, including two exceptional three-masted schooners. Twenty yachts, who have all been part of the beautiful history of sailing and ocean racing for more than 100 years, are expected in the Panerai Transat Classique 2019.
  • 'Sail the Andamans' Month Long Yachting Carnival

    Posted: 30th January 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    The Andaman Islands Yacht Carnival will run from February 20 to March 21 and to make participation easier “The Indian Embassies in Thailand and Malaysia have agreed to issue visas to participants of ‘Sail the Andamans’ who are non-residents of these respective countries,” reports R. Rathnam of Andaman Holidays and Asia Pacific Superyachts Andaman Islands.
  • Ammonite is the NZ Millennium Cup Champion 2018

    Posted: 26th January 2018 | Written by: Isla McKechnie

    The 2018 NZ Millennium Cup has come to a close and Ammonite has taken the series, with former 2016 and 2017 champion Tawera, hot on her heels. 'There’s no better place in the world to sail,' declared the first time contender's owner, Marcus Blackmore, at the prizegiving ceremony that concluded events in the Bay of Islands.
  • NZ Millennium Cup Day 2: Series Standing Shake-up

    Posted: 25th January 2018 | Written by: Isla McKechnie

    The third and fourth races of the 2018 NZ Millennium Cup saw tough competition with the addition of a series standing shake up. At the morning's briefing, former America’s Cup principle race officer, Harold Bennet, presented entries with three course options, ensuring the fierce racing of the day before could be continued with both short and long options depending on the breeze.
  • Superyacht Cup Palma 2018 is off to a Flying Start

    Posted: 25th January 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    The New Zealand Millennium Cup, which concludes tomorrow, marks the start of the superyacht racing season, not to mention the beginning of the countdown to The Superyacht Cup Palma, one of the most hotly anticipated events on the superyacht sailing calendar.
  • NZ Millennium Cup: S/Y Ammonite Shows Her Stripes

    Posted: 24th January 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    S/Y Ammonite has shown her stripes on the opening Orams Marine Race Day of the New Zealand Millennium Cup. Over two close races the first time entry made it clear she's here to win, with crew pulling off slick manoeuvres to see her hold onto her lead over Silvertip.
  • Millennium Cup Underway in Bay of Islands

    Posted: 24th January 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    New Zealand Millennium Cup 2018, the world's most southerly superyacht regatta, is underway, marked by a welcome function hosting owners, crew and sponsors of the event staged in New Zealand’s Bay of Islands.
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  • Port Louis Marina in Grenada to Release 90 New Berths in 2019

    Posted: 31st January 2019 | Written by: Laura Muirhead

    Camper & Nicholsons Marinas is delighted to announce plans for the expansion of its Port Louis Marina in Grenada commencing in Spring 2019, with berths ready for occupation by August 2019. Port Louis Marina is the superyacht and cruising hub in the Southern Caribbean, situated below the hurricane belt, the marina currently has 160 berths for vessels up to 90m in length.
  • Seabins Launch at St. Katharine Docks

    Posted: 31st January 2019 | Written by: Laura Muirhead

    St. Katharine Docks, Central London’s only marina, which has undergone a careful refurbishment programme and ongoing management support from Camper & Nicholsons Marinas, has introduced three Seabins in an exciting environmental initiative. This is part of a larger commitment by the Docks to invest in greater sustainability and eco-friendly projects to reduce the amount of waste that is found in both the River Thames and the ocean.
  • Spirit Yachts Set to Launch Flagship Eco-Friendly Superyacht

    Posted: 29th January 2019 | Written by: Helen Porter

    Spirit Yachts has unveiled interior designs for its new 34m eco-friendly superyacht. The yacht is set to be the largest wooden-masted, sailing superyacht built in the UK since the 1930s. The new, owner-driven yacht will be one of the most sustainable yachts on the water at the request of a European buyer.
  • Top Six Experiences You Won’t Want to Miss at the Miami Yacht Show

    Posted: 25th January 2019 | Written by: Miami Yacht Show

    With its big move to Downtown Miami, this year’s Miami Yacht Show promises to delight seasoned yachters and new enthusiasts alike with an array of new, elite experiences. Across three marina sites 500 yachts will be on display alongside the latest marine gear and equipment, time-honoured watches, luxury cars and contemporary artwork.
  • First Ever British Marine Expo

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

    With the new year comes new opportunities and the inaugural British Marine Expo promises two days of inspiration, education and engagement in the dynamic surroundings of St Mary’s Stadium, Southampton. British Marine Expo on 26-27 March will bring together over 700 professionals from across the sector to meet, share ideas and do business.
  • Valencia Boat Show Gets a Reboot

    Posted: 22nd January 2019 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    The Valencia Boat Show will be held from the 30th October to the 3rd November 2019 in Valencia Marina, with an expanded and renewed offer. The new team in charge of innovating the event is led by nautical journalist Nacho Gómez with a board of directors made up entirely of women.
  • Wally Becomes Part of Ferretti Group

    Posted: 18th January 2019 | Written by: Ferretti Group

    At the opening of Boot in Düsseldorf, Ferretti Group will announce the entry of Wally, the iconic luxury nautical brand and emblem of design and innovation, within the portfolio of its brands. Ferretti Group can now boast the widest range of brands in the Italian nautical industry.
  • ISS Announces Strategic Partnership with IYBA

    Posted: 18th January 2019 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    The International Superyacht Society (ISS) is proud to announce their strategic partnership with the International Yacht Brokers Association (IYBA), with active members now benefiting from dual membership and a common goal.
  • Seven Consecutive Years of Growth for U.S. Recreational Boating Industry

    Posted: 17th January 2019 | Written by: NMMA

    The U.S. recreational boating industry sees seventh consecutive year of growth in 2018 and expects additional increase in 2019. As one of the country’s growing outdoor recreation activities, the National Marine Manufacturers Association announced that the recreational boating industry contributes an estimated $170.3 billion in economic activity to the U.S. economy, an increase of approximately $49 billion since 2012.
  • Dynamiq Launches its own Brokerage House

    Posted: 10th January 2019 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Dynamiq proudly announces that it has opened its own brokerage company in Monaco - the first and only shipyard offering brokerage and charters alongside new construction projects.
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  • Sea Shepherd's Flagship M/Y Steve Irwin to be Retired

    Posted: 4th December 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Sea Shepherd International have announced that their flagship, the M/Y Steve Irwin, or the Steve, will be retired after 11 years of service. With Sea Shepherd, the M/Y Steve Irwin has conducted 18 campaigns in defence of the world’s oceans; from protecting pilot whales in the Faroes, bluefin tuna in the Mediterranean, and humpback whales off the Kimberley coast.
  • Clear Ocean Pact Aims for 1000 Yachts by 2020

    Posted: 24th November 2018 | Written by: Sam Watson

    A new initiative called Clear Ocean Pact has launched to gain commitment across the yachting industry to reduce the level of single-use plastic and microplastic waste entering our oceans. Founded by yachting veteran Richard Orme, the aim is to raise awareness and stimulate a culture shift from the bottom up by exploring viable alternatives and solutions that yachts can adopt in their daily operations.
  • 40 Years of Sea Shepherd in Photos

    Posted: 15th November 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    International marine conservation society Sea Shepherd has opened an online photo exhibition 'Sea Shepherd: On the Frontline of Marine Conservation', where stunning photos from their 40 year history can be viewed and purchased.
  • PRIVA Delivers Connectivity and Content

    Posted: 9th November 2018 | Written by: Don Hoyt Gorman

    PRIVA, the superyacht connectivity and content supplier (previously MTN), has a new name and a new focus. “PRIVA stands for enriching our client’s most valuable asset: their time. It underpins everything we do. Growing our team and offering the best customer service possible is how we deliver on that promise,” says Ole Sivertsen, Senior Vice President of Maritime.
  • YPY Monaco Event: The Uncertainty of Taxes

    Posted: 2nd November 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    YPY Monaco invites all members of the yachting industry to its next event, The Uncertainty of Taxes, on Thursday 8 November at the Yacht Club de Monaco. They are pleased to be welcoming the experts from WES Yachting to give an overview of Customs and VAT regulations and MYA, who will give a presentation on the new Monaco VAT deferment leasing scheme.
  • Sea Shepherd Launches a New Campaign in the Mediterranean Sea

    Posted: 16th October 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Sea Shepherd protects the Italian waters thanks to a joint collaboration with the Aeolian Islands Preservation Fund to tackle Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated (IUU) Fishing in the Aeolian Archipelago. Their recent patrol led to the removal and seizure of 52 illegal FADS (Fishing Aggregating Devices) along with 100km of polypropylene line from the waters of the Aeolian Islands.
  • Sea Shepherd Australia: Operation Reef Defence

    Posted: 10th October 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Operation Reef Defence is a Sea Shepherd Australia campaign to halt the construction of the Adani Carmichael coal mine, rail link and coal port in Eastern Australia. A new report from the Climate Council released this week reveals the urgent need for Australia to kick its coal habit to protect the Great Barrier Reef.
  • Looking Ahead to the Caribbean Charter Season 2018

    Posted: 2nd October 2018 | Written by: Tom Mukamal, IGY Marinas CEO

    Think back to the first time you visited the Caribbean. What captivated you the most: the crystal-clear waters, the lush greenery, or the miles of sandy beaches? All of these allures have made yachting and nautical tourism an economic cornerstone of the Caribbean and, just a year after unprecedented hurricanes, the islands and the people have made a strong comeback.
  • Sea Shepherd UK offers the Faroe Islands Incentive to Stop Killing Cetaceans

    Posted: 2nd October 2018 | Written by: Sea Shepherd UK

    During the last 10 years a total of 7,744 small cetaceans of five different species have lost their lives in the Faroe Islands grindadráp hunts. Sea Shepherd UK, a marine conservation charity working to defend ocean wildlife and habitats, is offering a financial incentive to the Faroe Islands of one million euros in total over the next 10 years to bring to an end the grindadráp.
  • Alternative Solution to TAR (Temporary Admission Relief)

    Posted: 27th August 2018 | Written by: Chris Allix

    The Mediterranean summer season is in full swing with clients deciding whether or not and how to sail in Europe. As the superyacht industry is aware, European Customs are getting stricter with regard to the operation of superyachts, with two principal methods of clearing Customs. Chris Allix of Dominion Marine explains.
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