SuperYacht World’s November/December 2016 issue is the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show Preview and hits shelves tomorrow.
Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show Preview
Our preview tells you all you need to know about the new yachts making their debuts, as well as a curated selection of the best yachts on brokerage, the most exciting new concepts to look out for and a selection of the best tenders on offer.
Italian Sea Group’s largest superyacht to date is a family affair with an intriguing and meticulously-designed interior. From the layout to the decor, the family theme runs firm.
At 40-metres she is not the largest Heesen superyacht to launch this year, but looks can be deceiving. An interior packed with innovation and clever design makes her a really impressive and stand out yacht.
Known today as upmarket superyacht tenders, we delve into the photo archives to look back on the illustrious history of US boat builders Chris-Craft.
The CEO of Edmiston explains the relationship between a successful brokerage business and a successful brand image.
One of the most adventurous superyachts in recent memory, Latitude has travelled through the Northwest Passage not once, not twice, but three times. SYW has an exclusive interview with her owner and captain.
Objects of desire from around the world.
The latest gadgets to set your pulse racing.
News in Brief
Elixir wins the SuperYacht World Baccarat Trophy 2016 ; Success for London to Monaco Cyclists; St Kitts and Christophe Harbour open fuel farm; Richard Earp award presented; 90-metre Lionheart spotted at sea.
Around the Yards
Feadship Aquarius; Mondomarine Sarastar; Mangusta Gransport 54; Custom Line Navetta 37.
Amels Elixir, Feadship Joy, IAG King Baby.
Q&A with Louis Rich of Maltese Falcon.
New to market and the latest deals.
On the Market
Six superyachts that you can buy today.
Helena Bay, New Zealand; more great locations.
Florida versus the Bahamas: where is the best investment?
Commodore Gar Wood posing in his speedboat Miss America V in 1927. He held six water speed records in self-designed yachts in the early 1900s.