The sixth edition of the SuperYacht Times newspaper was published earlier this week, and features an unparalleled look into some of the industries most unexplored and exciting regions, specifically Canada and the Pacific Northwest of the U.S. in addition to Latin America.
Fronting our look at the Pacific Northwest is JQB Design and the Delta Marine shipyard, who both explore the advantages of their location and explore what the future holds for them. Travelling north to Canada, we also talk to the designers who created the iconic 45 metre superyacht Big Fish, Gregory C. Marshall Naval Architects, and visit Crescent Yachts, who, interestingly, have recently returned to their family roots in terms of ownership.
With the 2016 edition of the Olympic Games set to kick off in Brazil’s Rio de Janeiro this summer, we take a closer look at the comparably small but Latin America, highlighting some of the most notable superyachts to come out of the undiscovered region and everything you need to know about superyacht berthing in Rio ahead of the Games and an in-depth insight into the superyacht industry talking to a range of experts, including the renowned Germán Frers.
Complementing these regional insights are a series of compelling features with some of the industry’s most integral players, including Louis Hamming of Vitters, revered yacht historian Malcolm Wood, Perry van Oossanen of Oossanen Naval Architects, Ömer Malaz of Numarine, and Matthias Bosse of Hawk Yachts.
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