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Boat International July 2018

Boat International is the number one magazine in the international superyacht market. Launched in 1983 it has been the voice of record charting the superyacht industry for over 25 years and is the globally acknowledged authority in its field. The world's only monthly superyacht magazine, Boat International delivers exclusive and unrivaled coverage of power and sail yachting from the world's best journalists and photographers.

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2 min.
editors’ letters

If I had to pick one word that comes up most frequently in conversation with superyacht owners, charterers and designers, it would be “family”. A yacht is a home from home, and what is home without family? Home on board means a place where children want to actually be with their parents (a novelty for anyone with teens), a rare stretch of time when activities trump tech, and a place where old and young come together and create memories that last. But it is not without its challenges. For those who want to home school at sea (and there are many), there are hurdles – for example, how does the tutor fit into crew hierarchy ( see page 140 )? For those designing a yacht for young ones, the same…

2 min.
contributors

Mark Arrigo Mark has worked extensively as a visual artist for the past 15 years, and also does a lot of humanitarian work. This month he shoots our fashion story focusing on luggage (page 162). What are your travel essentials? My camera always gets prime place. I shoot mainly on medium format film these days so there’s a lot of chunky kit, especially with all the film I need Your best packing advice? Pack light: I lay out everything I think I need... and then halve it What do you most fear happening on a shoot? My equipment not working when I’m on location in the middle of nowhere Where are you off to next? Mexico – one of my favourites Harriet Mays Powell Harriet is the luxury editor of Boat International’s US edition. This month she talks to Nicolas Bos,…

1 min.
pure allure

“Concentrated efforts typically result in a very pure concept design,” says Peder Eidsgaard of Harrison Eidsgaard. For the freshly launched 74.5 metre Abeking & Rasmussen Elandess, the exterior and interior designer describes that concentration as “intense” – his London studio and a responsive owner drove her from initial sketch to build-ready design in just four months. The result is certainly pure, with a metallic graphite grey hull, lean lines, a near-vertical “Atlantic bow” inspired by 20th century Blue Riband liners and no extraneous flourishes. Inside, though, it’s anything but spare, with a treasure trove of exciting features that includes a spiral staircase under the 7.5 metre pool “allowing flickering water-filtered light to cascade all the way down to the lower deck”, says Eidsgaard. And in the Nemo Lounge a 4.5…

2 min.
a rising tide...

Whether you focus on the total number of sales or the combined value, there are many reasons to be encouraged about the performance of the global brokerage market during the first three months of 2018. With 112 yachts changing hands with a combined asking price of €1.098 billion, the signs suggest that this year’s sales by brokers of both secondhand and new build yachts could surpass even 2017’s lofty figures. “This may be a consequence of a very dynamic, yet small market – the 24 to 30 metre segment, consisting mainly of Sunseekers, Ferrettis, as well as Sanlorenzos and Cheoy Lees that have lately become very popular,” says Raphael Sauleau, CEO of Fraser. The only metric that shows a downward trend is average length (-0.1 per cent). Otherwise, yachts being sold…

1 min.
eye opener

For nearly everyone yachting is an escape, but for royals, especially when the Princess of Wales and her family were involved, it was usually an ineffective one. In August 1990 even a holiday in Spain was considered public business, and the press corps was well aware of a particular cruise on board the Spanish royal family’s yacht, one of many named Fortuna. All lenses were focused on the boatload of royals, which included the radiant Princess of Wales and her two boys. The princes were only eight and just shy of six years of age on the occasion of this day trip around the island of Mallorca with their parents, the Spanish royal family and the former king of Greece, Constantine II, and his family. Whereas the Princess of Wales loved…

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club class

“We are extremely satisfied with the high level of approval of the brands, the shipyards involved and their guests” Guglielmo Miani The fourth edition of the MonteNapoleone Yacht Club was an unqualified success, with previews of the latest projects by internationally renowned shipyards on display in some of the luxury boutiques of Milan’s MonteNapoleone District. This year there was the welcome addition of an open-air exhibition entitled Italy Rules the Waves, organised in partnership with Boat International, as well as a round table discussion on “Italian Avantgarde: design, industry and sustainability in boat-building”. Guglielmo Miani, CEO of Larusmiani, president of the MonteNapoleone District and the man behind the event, said: “Despite being held at a distance from the sea, MonteNapoleone Yacht Club brings together all sectors of the yachting industry and…