YACHTING PAGES PRESS AREA
As a leading superyacht media group, Yachting Pages publishes yachting news on a daily basis, produces press releases and attends a plethora of international boat shows annually. We’re passionate about keeping our clients, customers and website visitors up-to-date with the latest information from the superyacht world. Read superyacht news stories here.
We’re happy to discuss and comment on topical issues, or to put you in touch with relevant experts, so if you need a quote for your article, please get in touch by emailing email@example.com, or calling us on +44 (0)11 73 16 05 60.
Yachting Pages Media Group at superyacht shows
Yachting Pages Media Group returned its best-ever METSTRADE results this year. The team enjoyed meeting up with customers old and new and conversing with industry professionals in attendance.
Yachting Pages Media Group achieved its best-ever Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show this year. The team enjoyed meeting up with loyal customers and networking with industry professionals attending the show.
Yachting Pages Terrace at STARS'N'BARS during Monaco Yacht Show 2018 was the most successful yet following a record-breaking year of sales. Joined by Terrace partners Crew Asia, Orbis Yacht and Voyonic Crewing Ltd, Yachting Pages welcomed esteemed clients and industry professionals.
Yachting Pages enjoyed a highly successful Cannes Yachting Festival 2018. The team oversaw a year of record sales and networked with a host of clients - new and old - to promote the benefits of working with Yachting Pages both digitally and in print.
Press releases from Yachting Pages Media Group
Yachting Pages is thrilled to announce its new partnership with the Seabin Project Foundation, a non-profit organisation promoting education, research and innovation and aiming to make oceans cleaner across the planet.
This year Octo Marine are delighted to be joining forces with Yachting Pages Media Group during the 28th edition of the Monaco Yacht Show taking place in Port Hercules from the 26th to 29th September.
Yachting Pages Media Group commissioned a survey of superyacht crew and industry experts last month to find that 72% had suffered from mental health problems, or knew somebody in the industry that had.
Yachting Pages Media Group investigates the increasing use of virtual reality in yacht-crew training, charting its move from boat shows and superyacht design into the crew-training sector.