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  • Dutch Superyachts Rule at World Superyacht Awards

    Posted: 18th May 2016 | Written by: HISWA

    Dutch superyacht builders have taken home both the motor yacht and the sailing yacht of the year accolades from the World Superyacht Awards ceremony in Florence. The Feadship Savannah and the Vitters sloop Unfurled were joined on the winner’s podium by Claasen Shipyards (Atalante), Mulder Shipyard (Solis), Heesen Yachts (Sibelle), Holland Jachtbouw (Topaz) and another Feadship (Symphony) to confirm the industry-leading position of the yards gathered in the HISWA Holland Yachting Group association.
  • Alicante Keeps Volvo Ocean Race for two more Editions

    Posted: 16th May 2016 | Written by: Volvo Ocean Race

    Alicante’s regional government, Generalitat Valenciana, announced last week that it has agreed a commitment to keep the Volvo Ocean Race in Alicante for two more editions. The deal will see Alicante maintain its position as the start port for the 14th and 15th editions of the race (2020/21 and 2023/24), under the current format, remaining race headquarters and the Volvo Ocean Race Museum during this period.
  • UNFURLED Crowned Sailing Yacht of the Year

    Posted: 16th May 2016 | Written by: Vitters Shipyard

    UNFURLED, the 46 metre sloop launched by Vitters shipyard, also the victor of this year's St Barth's Bucket, has won Sailing Yacht of the Year 2016 as well as taking the prize for Sailing Yacht 45 Meters and Above.
  • AMEL Sailing the Seven Seas

    Posted: 15th May 2016 | Written by: Ilago / Gaia Coretti

    While AMEL shipyard in La Rochelle is delivering its latest model, the luxurious AMEL 64, on the other side of the globe an American owner is taking part in the Bermuda Race aboard his AMEL 55. Designed for navigating without a crew, the yachts from the La Rochelle boatyard have made a name for themselves on seas around the world.
  • MYBA Superyacht Chef Winners 2016

    Posted: 14th May 2016 | Written by: Pat Sakellari

    The MYBA Charter Show has been based in Italy for 27 years, in both San Remo and Genoa so, for the 2016 MYBA Charter Show Chefs’ Competition, we wanted to pay tribute to Italian Cuisine, adored the world over.
  • Hope Running out for Lost Yacht Sirius..

    Posted: 12th May 2016 | Written by: Andrew Cully

    As the search continues from both French and Spanish maritime rescue services it is sadly looking more unlikely that there will be anybody, or indeed anything, found from the S&S 45′ yacht Sirius and her two crew after 11 days since they fell off the radar in the Gulf de Lyon.
  • M/Y 'The Wellesley' Wins 'Best of the Best' at MYBA Charter Show 2016

    Posted: 8th May 2016 | Written by: Laura Yager

    M/Y THE WELLESLEY, a 56 meter Oceanco earned the top accolade, “Best of the Best” at this year’s MYBA charter show in Genoa. This prestigious award encompasses the best concept, best refit, best management, best crew, best price and delivery. The team at Worth Avenue Yachts is delighted with this recognition in the first show following her extensive refit, including a 21’ hull extension, complete interior and exterior refit and new equipment.
  • Crew Membership Initiative

    Posted: 3rd May 2016 | Written by: Amy Halsted

    The International Superyacht Society (ISS) is pleased to announce Wright Maritime Group’s (WMG) support in providing yacht crew with STCW BST a one-year free membership in ISS.
  • MYBA Charter Show: 7th Year with Yacht Carbon Offset

    Posted: 29th April 2016 | Written by: Yacht Carbon Offset

    Since 2009, the MYBA Charter Show has offset its “carbon footprint”, through Yacht Carbon Offset, and once again the impact of the event is counteracted by greenhouse gas reductions from a renewable power project in Turkey. And, for 2016, we are pleased to sponsor the introduction of more eco-friendly show bags.
  • New MYBA Board Announced

    Posted: 28th April 2016 | Written by: MYBA

    On Wednesday April 20th, the 2016 MYBA Annual General Assembly (AGM) was held in the South of France. Apart from providing the opportunity for MYBA Members to review the year that passed and to discuss plans for the future, this year's General Assembly was also the stage for the elections that determine the composition of the Board.
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  • YPY Event: Brain Tendencies for Better Leadership

    Posted: 10th October 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    All welcome to the 'Brain Tendencies' YPY event in Monaco tomorrow, Thursday, October 11th! Come and find your own 'dominant brain tendency' to become a better manager. The aim is to show you what behaviours and thought patterns you normally rely on, so that you can unlock underutilised parts of your brain and think in different ways.
  • 7th Annual Opportunities in Superyachts Conference March 2019

    Posted: 10th October 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Now in its 7th year, the Opportunities in Superyachts conference in Malta has become a key networking event in the superyacht calendar. Taking place on Thursday 28th March, 2019, the conference will once on the key issues of concern to leaders in the superyacht industry; finance, regulation, safety, security, insurance, tax, corporate ownership, brokerage, chartering, marinas, build and design.
  • Extensive Dredging Improves Access to Royal Phuket Marina

    Posted: 4th October 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Thailand's multi-award-winning Royal Phuket Marina, working closely with the Marine Department in Phuket, recently completed dredging of its marina basin and access channel, increasing the depth to two metres at the lowest tide and enabling motor boats up to 35 metres round-the-clock access.
  • Monaco Yacht Show 2018: Review

    Posted: 4th October 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    The 2018 edition of the Monaco Yacht Show concluded last week. It was, by our account, the most upbeat show in a decade. With more deals signed and a sense of increased market activity afoot, the docks of Monaco were teeming with positivity. New build deals were announced and innovative designs unveiled. And it was good to see environmental initiatives high on the agenda yet again.
  • Red Sea Collection Sign Framework Agreement on Marine Conservation Aims at MYS

    Posted: 2nd October 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    The Saudi Minister of Culture, His Highness Prince Badr bin Abdullah Al Saud, representing the Red Sea Collection by the Public Investment Fund and HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco have signed a Framework Agreement to seal an agreement of shared interests and objectives regarding sustainable development and marine conservation. The relationship has been further strengthened by sponsorship of the Foundation’s star-studded fundraising Gala for the Global Ocean.
  • Summer 2018 Highlights for Superyacht Tenders and Toys

    Posted: 27th September 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    It’s been a summer of successes for Superyacht Tenders and Toys, leading up to the Monaco Yacht Show. SYTT is excited to be at the show, with a bigger and better stand than ever (QA7).
  • Andamans Remove ‘Restricted Area Permit’

    Posted: 27th September 2018 | Written by: Linda Cartlidge

    The 'Restricted Area Permit' in the Andaman Islands has been removed with immediate effect. This transformative change allows visiting yachts to stay in the area, renowned for its natural beauty, for longer than 30 days. Visitors can now luxuriate in having time to explore the pristine beaches and reefs of India's most remote state, situated more than 1000km off the east coast, in the Bay of Bengal.
  • Monaco Yacht Show Marks Anniversary of Largest Superyacht Aid Push

    Posted: 27th September 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    The last 12 months has seen the most widespread humanitarian efforts ever achieved by the superyacht industry. Now, YachtAid Global is pleased to announce AYSS has been the first organization to take the Yachting Pledge - committing to creating more change in the year to come.
  • OnboardOnline Announces Content Partnership with The Islander

    Posted: 25th September 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    OnboardOnline today announced a strategic content partnership with The Islander magazine, a monthly superyacht industry print publication serving the Western Mediterranean. Together, OnboardOnline and The Islander will collaborate on storytelling and investigative series across platforms, building on each company’s strengths and offering consumers useful, relevant and entertaining journalism.
  • Port Vauban: The Future of Yachting in One of Europe's Oldest Ports

    Posted: 21st September 2018 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Port Vauban in Antibes is shining a spotlight on its major redevelopment and unique long-term berthing options with a newly released film. Thanks to the redevelopment plans of Vauban 21, which recently acquired the prestigious Port Vauban operation, a unique new opportunity in the region to acquire long-term berths of up to 23 years’ duration is available to yacht owners of vessels from several metres up to over 170 metres.
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  • Aquatic Cycling Challenge Completed on Norway Superyacht Route

    Posted: 4th December 2017 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Endurance adventurer Dave Cornthwaite pedaled an astounding 1243 miles/2090 kilometres along the Norwegian coast, following popular superyacht and famous Hurtigruten ferry route, from Kirkenes to Bergen on his Schiller Water Bike.
  • MOAS Responds to Rohingya Crisis

    Posted: 4th December 2017 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    Following the Pope's trip to Myanmar and Bangladesh, this week MOAS reaffirms its commitment to alleviating the suffering of anyone caught up in the Rohingya refugee crisis. In less than two months, MOAS has been able to open two Aid Stations in Bangladesh, marking the first time the organisation focuses its humanitarian efforts on land.
  • A Complete Success for the 5th Sustainable Ocean Summit

    Posted: 4th December 2017 | Written by: Sustainable Ocean Summit

    The 5th edition of the Sustainable Ocean Summit has just come to an end in Halifax, Canada where business leaders and decision makers spent a successful three days discussing the future of the marine economy through the lens of sustainability.
  • Marquesas Islands: A Marine Ecosystem at Stake?

    Posted: 4th December 2017 | Written by: Christelle Holler

    French Polynesia, an archipelago of 118 islands, has been subject to many conservation measures endorsed by the local government over the past 15 years. This has helped protect marine wildlife in a pollution free environment and the territory is recognised as a model for other smaller island nations in the region. But are things about to change?
  • Captain Paul Watson, Founder Sea Shepherd - Part II

    Posted: 2nd December 2017 | Written by: Karen Hockney

    Last week, to mark the 40th anniversary of Sea Shepherd, OnboardOnline chatted to founder Captain Paul Watson about the genesis of the marine conservation movement. Today, in the final instalment of our exclusive interview, Paul reveals more about his ongoing battles against corrupt governments, the high profile support that keeps Sea Shepherd buoyant and why he won’t lose faith in humanity doing the right thing.
  • London Boat Show Re-imagined for 2018

    Posted: 30th November 2017 | Written by: OnboardOnline

    In the dark days of January, with Christmas a distant memory, the London Boat Show arrives to inspire, intrigue and provide exciting business opportunities. Over 300 exhibitors are booked to showcase their products and services and visitors can expect national and global launches from industry leaders.
  • You Need Health Problems Overseas Like a Hole in The Head

    Posted: 29th November 2017 | Written by: Simon Dixon

    Since the 15th century, ships have had a duty of care towards their crew in the case that they fall ill, but in the past, surgery was more often hazardous than life-saving. Nowadays, what are the provisions for crew in this demanding and at times risky industry?
  • MOAS launches Giving Tuesday appeal to fund Aid Stations in Bangladesh

    Posted: 28th November 2017 | Written by: MOAS

    On November 28th, MOAS is aiming to raise €35,000, the equivalent of one month’s running costs for an Aid Station in Bangladesh. Over the past two months the MOAS Aid Stations have successfully delivered specialist medical assistance to one of the world’s most vulnerable migrant populations. Every day, each station cares for up to 300 people, meaning this MOAS appeal will impact the lives of thousands.
  • Sustainable Ocean Summit 2017

    Posted: 28th November 2017 | Written by: Clothilde Deschamps

    The Sustainable Ocean Summit is the only international forum to provide an annual review of status and trends in the ocean economy. Organized by the World Ocean Council, SOS 2017 takes place in Halifax, Canada, from 29 November - 1 December.
  • UK Budget 2017: The Key Points

    Posted: 23rd November 2017 | Written by: Patrik Maflin

    Philip Hammond, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, presented his 2017 Budget in the House of Commons yesterday. The most appealing point to come out of this was the fact that Stamp Duty has been abolished for first-time buyers purchasing properties worth up to £300,000. Here, we present a concise overview of the key points raised in the Budget.
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