• Grounded Vessel Hoegh Osaka - Press Release

    Posted: 5th January 2015 | Written by: Hoegh Autoliners

    Ingar Skiaker, CEO of Höegh Autoliners made the following statement in the press conference yesterday.
  • Rafa Nadal Visits the Volvo Ocean Race Yacht Mapfre

    Posted: 2nd January 2015 | Written by: Volvo Ocean Race

    Tennis ace Rafael Nadal paid a New Year’s Day visit to the Abu Dhabi Destination Village to give Spanish boat MAPFRE a unique send-off as they made final preparations for the Leg 3 voyage to Sanya, China.
  • Yacht Painter Sues Google CEO Larry Page

    Posted: 31st December 2014 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    A Californian man, James Grupinski is suing the owner of the yacht Senses and contractors, for personal injuries sustained while painting and restoring the vessel. He claims the ventilation was inadequate and the conditions were toxic, leading to vomiting and bleeding from his eyes and ears.
  • Paul Allen's 'Octupus' Steals the Show at Sydney Fireworks

    Posted: 30th December 2014 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Microsoft co-founder, Paul Allen, has snapped up the best harbour viewing spot to enjoy Sydney's famous New Year's Eve firework display. His 126m long super yacht Octopus is moored at Point Piper and will have a bird's eye view of the wonderful New Year's Eve celebrations.
  • Missing Plane Search - Objects Spotted

    Posted: 29th December 2014 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    An Australian search team has spotted objects in the sea that may relate to the missing AirAsia flight QZ8501. This follows a statement made by Bambang Soelistyo, chief of Indonesia's search effort, who said the passenger plane "is likely at the bottom of the sea".
  • Fire on Greek Ferry With 460 Passengers Onboard

    Posted: 28th December 2014 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    The 'Norman Atlantic' Greek ferry has caught fire on route to Ancona in Italy, just 40 nautical miles north-west of Corfu. A major rescue operation is underway in extremely difficult weather conditions.
  • Rolex Sydney Hobart – Comanche Goes on the Warpath

    Posted: 26th December 2014 | Written by: Jim Gale, RSHYR media

    The brand new super maxi Comanche lived up to all the hype today when she lead the Rolex Sydney Hobart fleet out of the Harbour in one of the most spectacular, high speed starts in the race’s history.
  • It’s a Woman’s World Too - the Rolex Sydney Hobart

    Posted: 24th December 2014 | Written by: Jim Gale, RSHYR media

    In its early days, ocean racing was a very blokey thing - hard sailing and hard drinking - back to the wife and kids on a Sunday night after a weekend offshore - so it is an interesting fact that this year more young women than young men are doing their first Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race.
  • Team Vestas Wind Finally Set Free

    Posted: 23rd December 2014 | Written by: Volvo Ocean Race

    Team Vestas Wind’s stranded Volvo Ocean 65 boat has been retrieved from a remote reef in the Indian Ocean and on Monday was heading on a round-trip via Mauritius and Malaysia back to Europe.
  • Soldiering On in the Sydney Hobart Race

    Posted: 22nd December 2014 | Written by: Rolex Sydney Hobart

    There’s no doubt the returned soldiers aboard Spirit of Mateship and Southern Excellence II are the kind of blokes you want around if things went horribly wrong – and for that matter, you want them for the good stuff too – because they are top blokes.
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  • Sale of first Limited Editions AMELS 242

    Posted: 15th November 2013 | Written by: Amels

    Holland’s largest yacht builder Amels has sold its first Limited Editions AMELS 242. Due for delivery in 2016, construction of the 74-metre Tim Heywood design is already underway. Andrew Winch has been commissioned to style the interior, which will include two generously sized VIP cabins situated on main deck. Each is equipped with a bedroom, office, guest suite and dressing room.
  • ISS Announces 2013 Design & Leadership Award Winners

    Posted: 2nd November 2013 | Written by: ISS - International Superyacht Society

    ISS (International Superyacht Society) is pleased to announce winners of the 2013 Design & Leadership Awards in recognition of superlative achievement.
  • Feadship Launches First Superyacht for Mainland China

    Posted: 7th February 2013 | Written by: Feadship

    Feadship has launched the 44.65-metre Blue Sky in a ceremony that combined Chinese and Dutch maritime cultures. This is the first superyacht to be built by a Western shipyard for a client in mainland China. The owner sent his personal representative to accept delivery of a fabulous Feadship that includes her own helicopter deck and dedicated karaoke and Mah-jong rooms.
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  • Grounded Vessel Hoegh Osaka - Press Release

    Posted: 5th January 2015 | Written by: Hoegh Autoliners

    Ingar Skiaker, CEO of Höegh Autoliners made the following statement in the press conference yesterday.
  • Rafa Nadal Visits the Volvo Ocean Race Yacht Mapfre

    Posted: 2nd January 2015 | Written by: Volvo Ocean Race

    Tennis ace Rafael Nadal paid a New Year’s Day visit to the Abu Dhabi Destination Village to give Spanish boat MAPFRE a unique send-off as they made final preparations for the Leg 3 voyage to Sanya, China.
  • Yacht Painter Sues Google CEO Larry Page

    Posted: 31st December 2014 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    A Californian man, James Grupinski is suing the owner of the yacht Senses and contractors, for personal injuries sustained while painting and restoring the vessel. He claims the ventilation was inadequate and the conditions were toxic, leading to vomiting and bleeding from his eyes and ears.
  • Paul Allen's 'Octupus' Steals the Show at Sydney Fireworks

    Posted: 30th December 2014 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Microsoft co-founder, Paul Allen, has snapped up the best harbour viewing spot to enjoy Sydney's famous New Year's Eve firework display. His 126m long super yacht Octopus is moored at Point Piper and will have a bird's eye view of the wonderful New Year's Eve celebrations.
  • Missing Plane Search - Objects Spotted

    Posted: 29th December 2014 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    An Australian search team has spotted objects in the sea that may relate to the missing AirAsia flight QZ8501. This follows a statement made by Bambang Soelistyo, chief of Indonesia's search effort, who said the passenger plane "is likely at the bottom of the sea".
  • Fire on Greek Ferry With 460 Passengers Onboard

    Posted: 28th December 2014 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    The 'Norman Atlantic' Greek ferry has caught fire on route to Ancona in Italy, just 40 nautical miles north-west of Corfu. A major rescue operation is underway in extremely difficult weather conditions.
  • Rolex Sydney Hobart – Comanche Goes on the Warpath

    Posted: 26th December 2014 | Written by: Jim Gale, RSHYR media

    The brand new super maxi Comanche lived up to all the hype today when she lead the Rolex Sydney Hobart fleet out of the Harbour in one of the most spectacular, high speed starts in the race’s history.
  • It’s a Woman’s World Too - the Rolex Sydney Hobart

    Posted: 24th December 2014 | Written by: Jim Gale, RSHYR media

    In its early days, ocean racing was a very blokey thing - hard sailing and hard drinking - back to the wife and kids on a Sunday night after a weekend offshore - so it is an interesting fact that this year more young women than young men are doing their first Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race.
  • Team Vestas Wind Finally Set Free

    Posted: 23rd December 2014 | Written by: Volvo Ocean Race

    Team Vestas Wind’s stranded Volvo Ocean 65 boat has been retrieved from a remote reef in the Indian Ocean and on Monday was heading on a round-trip via Mauritius and Malaysia back to Europe.
  • Soldiering On in the Sydney Hobart Race

    Posted: 22nd December 2014 | Written by: Rolex Sydney Hobart

    There’s no doubt the returned soldiers aboard Spirit of Mateship and Southern Excellence II are the kind of blokes you want around if things went horribly wrong – and for that matter, you want them for the good stuff too – because they are top blokes.
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