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As the summer months draw to a close, the boat show season comes into sight and with it the excitement of what lies ahead. With less than four weeks until the start of the Monaco Yacht Show (MYS) and【MORE+】

Preparation is well underway as next month top superyacht builders, designers, brokerage houses, luxury manufacturers and top-of-range service suppliers will exhibit at the renowned Monaco Yacht Show (MYS). 【MORE+】

Ensuring there is sufficient cash flow in any business is crucial to its health and success. However, in an industry where projects are usually at the mercy of a single individual, it is no surprise that smaller【MORE+】

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Last year we saw the world debut of Lürssen’s 85-metre M/Y Areti at the Monaco Yacht Show. In the run up to this year’s most prestigious yachting event which will take place from the 26 to 29 September【MORE+】

This week, the spotlight for interior insight shines on the strong personality of M/Y Atlante, a 55-metre custom yacht from CRN Yachts, built in 2015 and designed by Nuvolari & Lenard.【MORE+】

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Yalikavak in Turkey is an attractive and sleepy little fishing village on the coast of Turkey, which until recently was only known for her quaint charm and proximity to historic marvels. However, the dazzling beauty【MORE+】

The editorial team at Superyachts.com is proud to introduce a new feature series called Yacht of the Week. It is an opportunity to exhibit a superyacht we feel to be particularly noteworthy, whether【MORE+】

Royal Huisman has announced it will be working on two of the world’s largest sailing yachts this summer. Sailing yachts Eos and Athena will return to the Dutch shipyard’s refit division, Huisfit, with the latter 90m having【MORE+】

Southern Wind Shipyard (SWS) has announced the signing of a contract for the construction of the new RP-Nauta 100’ custom yacht, a 30.4-metre sailing yacht commissioned by an experienced yachtsman.【MORE+】

Legendary superyacht The One, formerly named Carinthia VI and designed by the celebrated Jon Bannenberg in the ‘70s, has been sold for 1.11 million pounds sterling. The in-house sale of the 73m【MORE+】

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