The 12thissue of the Superyacht Times newspaper is complete and on its way to a doorstep or marina near you. We have managed to pack this 32-page issue with all the latest in the world of superyacht news, photos, conversations and design.
We met up with the Italian trio at Hot Lab yacht & design to find out how the studio manages its time during this busy period, and get into detail about their design philosophy. Big things are undergoing at Royal Huisman and we deemed it an appropriate time to bring you the latest from the Dutch shipyard on what they are doing on the new build and refit fronts. Talking about big things, we asked some of the industry’s top designers about their views on the 200+ metre market and whether this is a reality that we will soon be facing in the world of superyacht construction.
The owner of Bina is another highlight in this issue, with the man behind the 43-metre charter yacht giving us insight into life onboard his family yacht. With the 110-metre Oceanco project Y714 under construction, Lobanov Design’s Igor Lobanov told us what he thinks the design business needs to take things to the next level, and also talked about his past and present projects.
On the brokerage front, it is newcomers at Superyacht Sales & Charter that are featured in this issue, with the trio behind the company voicing their opinions on how things can change on the superyacht sales front for the better. Prime Megayachts is changing the way we think about semi-custom superyacht production and it is withBarin Cardenas and Lucas Silvathat we met to find out exactly what options are being offered to clients with this exciting project.
We also reveal details about SuperYacht Gallery, a new gallery exposition to be hosted in London in June this year that is aimed at informing and engaging a new generation of superyacht owners and connecting clients with some of the top shipyards and designers in the world. Read more about this exciting event on page 28.
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