Issue 47


Happy New Year from SuperYacht World!

The January/February edition of SuperYacht World is out now. Here’s what to expect in Issue 47:


New Yachts
There are some incredible yachts that have hit the water recently, including Feadship’s beautiful 57-metre Halo and the very striking 55-metre CRN Atlante.

SuperYacht World have an exclusive interview with owner Jimmy Liautaud and take a tour around Feadship’s 60-metre beauty.

Vitters’ Louis Hamming
The Dutch have an affinity with yacht building: the owner of Vitters explains his.

Ocean Guardians
A look at some of the organisations that are fighting on behalf of the oceans and the planet, including Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, the Ocean Futures Society and Mission Blue.

Even though most people would run a mile at the sight of one, jellyfish blooms are in fact telling us some uncomfortable truths about the state of the oceans.

Arcadia Yachts
Eye-catching on the outside, Arcadia Yachts is also transforming the industry from the inside, with its no-compromise approach to making yachting greener.

MV Yersin
How owner Francois Fiat created his dream yacht, and in the process set a new template for sustainable superyacht ownership.

Owner Sietse Koopmans spent three years circumnavigating the globe on board his 37-metre JFA explorer yacht Zeepaard, and wants more superyacht owners to enjoy the same experiences he did.

Eagle E-Types
The British firm breathing new life into the iconic Jaguar E-Type.

Aft Section
News in Brief
The dates for the 2016 Pendennis Cup are announced, Italian shipyard Wider transport the new 165 down the motorway, and Doyle Sails unveil custom printing on superyacht sails.

Around the Yards
Launches and refits in focus.

Charter News
Global charter fleet news.

The Captain
Captain Dance is awaiting the delivery of a 100-metre-plus yacht in built at a Northern European yard, and he has lots of industry experience to give out in the mean time.

Brokerage News
Sold, signed, new to market.

On the Market
Six stylish superyachts for sale.

Resort Report
The best hotels to head to this winter.

Property focus
Indian Ocean or Thailand?

Parting Shot
Jacques Cousteau pioneers the use of satellite technology as an aid to marine research in polar regions on board the 42-metre Calypso in 1973.

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