The Director of Imperial explains how the Monaco-headquartered company has risen to manage some of the globe’s most spectacular, custom-built, superyachts and work so closely with many of the world’s leading builders.
German shipyard Lurssen completes its “biggest refit to date” on the 361ft Kaos at the Lurssen-owned Blohm+Voss facilities in Hamburg.
Shipyards, designers, marinas, shows and associations joined the Water Revolution Foundation’s online ‘Sustainability in Practice’ course.
LYBRA and SYBAss members have stated they don’t intend to participate in this year’s Monaco Yacht Show, according to SuperyachtNews.com.
The owner of the 95m Lurssen-built Madsummer – formerly known as Project Fiji – plans to voyage into Asia-Pacific waters.
With Burgess honouring its 45th anniversary in 2020, its Asia team is celebrating its first five years and 12 superyacht transactions.