Australian shipyard and marina facility The Boat Works has expanded, doubling in size to 54 acres (218,530 square metres). The yard will welcome the first superyachts to its new facility later on this year. Read more
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Italian yard Codecasa Shipyards has revealed that its in-build 55-metre (180-foot) fully custom superyacht, known as Hull C123, has been moved from its Pisa production site to begin outfitting in Viareggio. Read more
Reports state that on Tuesday 30th July, around 7:30am, a 43-year-old resident of Corsica armed with a knife entered 41-metre (135-foot) superyacht Legenda, with charterers of Russian nationality aboard. Read more
16-year-old Greta Thunberg plans to begin a ‘climate tour’ of America, commencing with sailing from Europe to North America mid-August. The Swedish climate activist will make her journey on sailing yacht Malizia. Read more
Earlier this year, Australia-based not-for-profit organisation Seabin Foundation – in association with American clothing company Patagonia – hosted Byron Bay’s first ocean and conservation summit at the Byron Community Theatre. Read more
Holger Kahl has resigned from his position as managing director of the German shipyards of the Privinvest Group, including the managing boards of Nobiskrug, Lindeneau Werft and German Naval Yards Kiel. Read more
Italian studio Nauta Design has unveiled its new 78-metre (256-foot) superyacht concept named Slipstream. Read more