What's inside this month's superyacht publications - May/June 2014

This month we looked at the top stories in the latest magazines: Yachts International, Boat International, Showboats International, The Superyacht Report and Superyacht Business.

Yachts International – May
• Luxury crewed charter: the greatest escape
• Letter from our readers
• Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach
• Buddy Darby on business, hobbies and boats
Dream Symphony poised to become the largest private sailing yacht in the world
• Hargrave 101
• Refit for Charter, Cellar & Galley
• Insurance insight on owning or chartering a superyacht internationally

Boat International – June 2014
International news and events
• Fitzroy Yachts launches the 37.5 metre Escapade
• Burgess Marine relaunches 65 metre motor yacht Shemara
• Enrico Gobbi discusses the third 48.5 metre yacht in the Prince Shark line
• The 50 metre motor yacht Monaco Wolf splashes down at Heesen
• Activity at US yards Christensen and Delta heats up
• Holland Joachtbouw’s 45 metre sailer Heureka hits the water
• Andy Waugh pens a 45 metre motor yacht concept
• Lynx Yachts launches the first 24 metre hull in its support vessel series

The boats
I Nova
Orient Star
State of Grace
Heliad II

Features
• Loro Piana Caribbean Superyacht Regatta & Rendezvous
• Superyacht design: Helipads
• Lunch with… Ioanna Marinopoulos
• Owners’ other boats

Events roundup
• World Superyacht Awards

Regulars
• America’s Cup diary

Showboats International – May 2014
The Yachts
Cheoy Lee Alpha 87
Mangusta 110
Crazy Me
Sassy and Carbon copy
Ocean Alexander 90

Features
• Savoring Marine
• Design focus: What Americans want
• Lunch with: Ioanna Marinopoulos
• Owners Interest: On a roll

The Superyacht Report – May 2014
Charter – a bit of a lottery
Reviewing the Italian Refit Market
Business news
• North Technology Group
• Spanish charter rules
Fleet news and brokerage
Launches
CRN 133
Dona Francisca
Mangusta 165
BS 003
Couach 5000 fly 02
Wisp/Project 393
Brokerage news

Superyacht Business April 2014
• Peter Wilson & Nigel Ingram
• Composite technology – Will the material be used on larger builds?
• Non-destructive testing – Transferring learning from other sectors
• Refit UK – The yards with the best skills and facilities
• New Zealand – Can the industry recover from the detrimental effect of the strong Kiwi dollar?
• Yard insight – A full report on the collaboration between Vitters & Green Marine

By Nasko Keremidchiyski

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