Zurn Yacht Design announces construction of Zurn Neb 38 foot twin waterjet boat

Massachusetts based Zurn Yacht Design announces construction of the Zurn designed 38 foot twin water-jet boat.Boat production is already underway at New England Boatworks, a top tier builder with a history of successful collaborations with Doug Zurn and his team.

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Siran relaunched after refit at Feadship

The 70-metre Feadship Siran has completed a nine-month refit at the Feadship yard in Makkum. Her owners have therefore ensured that their superyacht features the newest technologies and meets their current requirements while retaining the levels of quality only Feadship can deliver.

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New Benetti 50m Vica

FB801 M/Y VICA – 50 meters long – is the first Benetti vessel built using two different techniques: the hull is in fiberglass, while the superstructure is in aluminum.

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A video so real, you can almost feel the splash.

The first time Team SCA skipper Sam Davies watched the new Volvo Ocean Race-Team SCA 360º/virtual reality video, she recoiled instinctively as her boat nose-dived into a giant wave in the Southern Ocean.

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The new Beneteau Oceanis 60

The new Oceanis flagship cruiser has all the characteristics of a masterpiece. It looks majestic, its cockpit is exceptional and comfort on board is second to none, on a voyage or at anchor. With 130 years of constant innovation, once again the Beneteau yard champions its seafaring vocation and  opens boundless horizons to cruising.

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Sani Marina Sailing Academy: Fun & Learning while on Holiday

Sani Marina, leading luxury home port of the North Aegean and a proud member of “1782 Club” by Camper & Nicholsons, teamed up with the Nautical Club of Thessaloniki for another season of celebrating the maritime sports through the Sani Marina Sailing Academy.

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Tankoa S693 launch and Monaco Yacht Show 2015

TANKOA - the first Boutique Shipyard with a multi-cultural approach of yacht construction – has the pleasure to confirm a very active period following the two orders contracted in the past 13 months and serious negotiations underway for several yachts between 50 and 80 meters.

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Lacking Port Infrastructure Hampers Greece’s Cruise Tourism Potential

Greece has failed to benefit from the exponential growth of Europe's cruise market as investment in port infrastructure required to cater to cruise liners has declined by a whopping 80 per cent over the course of the last ten years according to experts debating the potential of sea tourism for Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean during the 3rd Posidonia Sea Tourism Forum that concluded in Athens.

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Yacht Racing Forum 2015 to take place in Geneva

Members of the yacht racing community from all over the world will spend two days networking, debating and doing business over December 7-8 in Geneva, Switzerland.

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Porto Montenegro creates Marina Rental Pool

Porto Montenegro is one of the only marinas in the Mediterranean able to offer long-term berthing of up to 30 years.  Not only does a lease provide guaranteed berth availability, but it also allows access to the marina’s hassle-free rental pool system, whereby owners receive 85% of the pooled rental income.

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America's Cup and Volvo Ocean Race stars sail Bullitt GC32 Racing Tour

Competitors in this week’s Austria Cup, the debut event on the 2015 Bullitt GC32 Racing Tour, have been busy assembling their boats and carrying out their first tentative sails on breath-taking Lake Traunsee, prior to the start of racing proper on Thursday.

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The 3rd Posidonia Sea Tourism Forum opened its doors today in Athens to welcome 800 stakeholders from the global cruising and yachting sectors for a two-day forum to discuss a range of issues pertaining to current challenges and future potential of sea tourism in Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean.

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