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Boat InternationalBoat International

Boat International

December 2019

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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IN DEZE EDITIE

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boat international

EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Sacha Bonsor EDITOR Stewart Campbell CREATIVE DIRECTOR Christopher Whale DEPUTY EDITOR Caroline White FEATURES DIRECTOR Charlotte Hogarth-Jones LUXURY EDITOR Lucia Ferigutti TRAVEL & PROPERTY EDITOR Sophia Wilson CITARTER & BROKERAGE EDITOR Malcolm MacLean NEWS EDITOR Miranda Blazeb y DIGITAL WRITER Holly Overton FASHION DIRECTOR Fiona Rubie WATCHES EDITOR Simon de Burton EXECUTIVE EDITOR Peter Howarth EDITORS-AT LARGF. Roger Lean-Vercoe Marilyn Mower PRODUCTION EDITOR Simon Ward ART DIRECTOR Nina Hundt ART EDITOR Lee Franklin JUNIOR DESIGNER Charlie Smith DEPUTY PRODUCTION EDITOR Trevor Cooper JUNIOR PICTURE EDITOR Jordan Nathan Bamforth SUB EDITOR David Edwards DIGITAL CHIEF DIGITAL OFFICER Drew Broom hall DIGITAL EDITOR Jennifer Read-Dominguez VIDEO PRODUCER Ed Cavendish ADVERTISING OPERATIONS MANAGER Harprcct Chahal RESEARCH & DATA MANAGER Raphael Montigneaux PRODUCT MANAGER Markus Lanser DIGITAL ANALYST Cecilia Caceres Rivero LEAD DEVELOPER Ethan Cane DIGITAL DESIGNER Eugenia Fanna MAR KFT INTELLIGENCE ASSISTANT Ly dia Hinxman CONTIBUTING EDITORS Eddie Jordan, Sir Ben Ainslie, Jonathan Ray, Jonathan Glynn-Smith, Graeme Montgomery, Robert Johnston, Valerio Pellegrini, Sam Fortescue,…

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editor’s letter

There’s a running joke in the BOAT International office about me and rivers. Whenever I bring up the idea for a feature on the world’s superyachtfriendly waterways, eyes start rolling like a ship in a big sea, and then the muttering starts: “He’s banging on about rivers again.” But I finally managed to get my way this month after convincing the team that there’s so much more to cruising than coastlines. Sometimes a yawning river mouth will open before you and the itch to explore it is irresistible. Just the idea of nosing your boat into the Amazon... how can you not be seduced by that? We also take a look at the Mekong, St Lawrence and a couple of rivers in Borneo that I bet you’ve never heard of,…

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contributors

Mark Mason Mark is a writer and journalist whose work has appeared in The Spectator , The Times and the Daily Mail . His books have taken him into sidelines as varied as writing quizzes and leading guided walks around London. For this issue, Mark compiled our quiz ( page 97 ). How makes a good quiz? A quiz is about entertainment, not sorting out who is clever. It should be fun, and you should be able to work out the answers What do you love about your job? The variety. No two books, newspaper articles, quizzes or guided walks are ever the same What’s your most memorable at-sea experience? I took the 12-hour ferry from Aberdeen to Shetland when researching one of my travel books. It was the first time I’d been on the water for…

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the front seat

Fresh from the boards of Dutch studio Sinot comes Aqua, a futuristic 112-metre hydrogen-electric superyacht concept created in partnership with Lateral Naval Architects. Aqua features an environmentally friendly propulsion system that uses liquefied hydrogen stored in two 28-tonne vacuum-isolated tanks at -253°C. The result is a top speed of 17 knots and a range of 3,750 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 10 to 12 knots. Key features include a massive owner’s “pavilion”, which occupies the forward half of the upper deck, and the Aqua room ( pictured ) which sits in the bow for far-reaching ocean views. Elsewhere, the spectacular staircase at the core of the yacht bypasses the two hexagonal liquefied hydrogen tanks, which sit behind a strengthened-glass screen. sinot.com…

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germany shifts its focus

Germany has always built the world’s largest and most iconic superyachts. Many such giants built in the 1930s are still going strong: take 109.5-metre Sea Cloud (by Krupp Germaniawerft) and 136-metre Savarona (by Blohm+Voss, now part of Lürssen). The average size (and complexity) of yachts has grown over the past decade, with the construction at Lürssen of the world’s two largest superyachts, 180.6-metre Azzam (by length) and 156-metre Dilbar (by volume). The average length of the German fleet (296 yachts from 1870 to 2019) is 56.34 metres. “I have worked for 27 years at Abeking & Rasmussen,” says sales director Till von Krause. “During this period the size of the yachts has continuously grown, especially in the last couple of years.” Others see growth happening in different segments as well. “We have built…

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eye opener

The year is 1984. Don Johnson, aka Sonny Crockett, is absorbed in conversation on a giant mobile phone (the height of technology back then) with his partner, Detective Rico Tubbs, looking on intently. The third character is an alligator named Elvis that is part guard reptile and part assistant detective, thanks to its apparently drug-sensitive reptilian nose. The Miami Vice scriptwriters must have assumed that viewers would suspend disbelief, enraptured by an aesthetic never seen on television before. They did for a while, and during its five-year run the show helped change not only the way television series were made but, more significantly, how Miami was perceived around the world. In 1983, the artist Christo had wrapped the islands off Miami Beach in pink fabric for one of his installations, but Greater…

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