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A Dutch court has declared the yacht builder Moonen Yachts bankrupt, according to multiple reports. The decision has been made just two weeks after Moonen had announced they had been about to close a deal with a new investor. Read more
The world’s largest B2B platform for the marine leisure equipment industry, METSTRADE, has teamed up with non-profit organisation Water Revolution Foundation as its first strategic trade show partner.
German shipyard Lurssen has delivered its 95-metre (312-foot) superyacht Madsummer. Read more
The team at ‘NOW That’s What I Call Music’ have come up with the ideal soundtrack to listen to whilst you’re out cruising on your yacht this season. Read more
Dutch yacht design studio Vripack has revealed a new 56-metre (184-foot) hybrid concept for German shipbuilder Nobiskrug – working together to break the mould of conventional yacht design. Read more
The highly secretive Feadship in-build Project 706 has been photographed for the first time. Read more
Shortly after the completion of its 50-metre superyacht Masa, Heesen has announced the delivery of another one of its custom projects, the 56-metre (184-foot) motor yacht Galvas. Designed by H2 Yacht Design’s Jonny Horsefield. Read more
Dutch yard Amels has unveiled its 74-metre (243-foot) superyacht Sixth Sense at a private launch party in London. Read more
Camper & Nicholsons Marinas is halfway through a new berth expansion at Port Louis Marina, Grenada. Read more
Some of the biggest names in the superyacht industry have vowed to reduce their carbon footprint in support of the non-profit organisation, Water Revolution Foundation. Read more