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Press

The Superyacht Industry Returns To London For The Top 100 Forecast Launch

Influential builders, designers and the world’s most progressive brokerage firm headed to the Strand in the UK capital to celebrate industry achievements within the Top 100 Largest Yachts in the World. This comprehensive list not only documents the largest yachts on the water and the projects set to join the ranks, but illustrates the hard-work of hundreds of thousands of skilled craftsmen while capturing just how the far the superyacht industry has come since the 1920s.

After a full day of Press Workshops with revered global media, Lürssen Yachts, Oceanco, Feadship, Andrew Winch, Fincantieri, VSY and Y.CO (headline sponsors of the Top 100) joined yacht builders and designers who headed to London for the Top 100 - such as Blohm + Voss, CRN, Amels, Ed Dubois, Ken Freivokh, Terence Disdale, Rossi Navi and Proteksan Turquoise - for an evening which marks the start of a new and exciting year for the yachting community.

With the superyacht industry descending on the ME Hotel, high-ranking luxury elite such as Porsche, and luxury sponsors like POPS Champagne, NetJets, Y.PLAY and Chateau d’Esclans set the scene with three elite cars (The Porsche Cayenne, The Porsche 911 GTS and the Porsche E-Hybrid Panemera) to match the caliber of guests circulating the room, good music from DJ Natalie Earp and refreshments from world-class wine to Champagne lollipops.

The Blue Marine Foundation (BLUE) - an initiative which works tirelessly to protect the oceans - joined both Superyachts.com and Y.CO for the second consecutive year to forward an incredibly important message. With speeches from Glenn Rogers (Co-Founder of Superyachts.com) and Gary Wright (Co-Founder of Y.CO), the stage was then set for Charles Clover (Chairman and Trustee of BLUE) to deliver his rallying speech following a hard-hitting video about the reality of ignoring the world’s most solvable problem.

Interviews with the industry in attendance at the Top 100, as well as BLUE themselves, will be following soon; however you can follow these links for more information on the Top 100 Press Workshops and the Top 100 Forecast itself.

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  • The Superyacht Industry Returns To London For The Top 100 Forecast Launch
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  • The Superyacht Industry Returns To London For The Top 100 Forecast Launch
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  • The Superyacht Industry Returns To London For The Top 100 Forecast Launch
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  • The Superyacht Industry Returns To London For The Top 100 Forecast Launch
  • The Superyacht Industry Returns To London For The Top 100 Forecast Launch
  • The Superyacht Industry Returns To London For The Top 100 Forecast Launch
  • The Superyacht Industry Returns To London For The Top 100 Forecast Launch
  • The Superyacht Industry Returns To London For The Top 100 Forecast Launch
  • The Superyacht Industry Returns To London For The Top 100 Forecast Launch
  • The Superyacht Industry Returns To London For The Top 100 Forecast Launch
  • The Superyacht Industry Returns To London For The Top 100 Forecast Launch
  • The Superyacht Industry Returns To London For The Top 100 Forecast Launch

The 2015 Top 100 Press Workshops

During the day, Lürssen Yachts, Oceanco, Feadship, Andrew Winch, Fincantieri, VSY and Y.CO (headline sponsors of the Top 100) hosted workshops with the most renowned press houses in the world, such as the BBC, Bloomberg, CNBC, The Times, The Financial Times, GQ, Vanity Fair and Reuters as well as a wealth of magazines and luxury press.

These Press Workshops were created to build a bridge between the superyacht industry and the global media in an attempt to challenge opinions and display to the world how far the yacht design and build sector has evolved.

The combination of both Press Workshops and Evening Event celebrates the achievements of the superyacht industry in their pursuit to build the Top 100 Largest Yachts in the World with a variating annual theme.

Themed around the evolution of ecologically sustainable design, construction and technology within the yachting sector, the 2015 Press Workshops allowed members to discuss where we are as an industry in regards to sustainability, what can be done in terms of progression and how the industry is giving something back to the oceans on which the industry relies.

A full day of Workshops then made way for the Top 100 Forecast Launch, an event which welcomed yacht builders and designers such as Blohm + Voss, CRN, Amels, Ed Dubois, Ken Freivokh, Terence Disdale, Rossi Navi and Proteksan Turquoise to high-ranking luxury elite such as Porsche, and luxury sponsors like POPS Champagne, Y.PLAY and Chateau d’Esclans.

More information on the Top 100 Forecast Launch Event is coming soon; however for a closer look at the Top 100 Forecast itself, click here.

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  • The 2015 Top 100 Press Workshops

Heesen Yachts Deliver Motor Yacht MySky

MySky is a 51 metre full displacement long-range motor yacht of approximately 600GT, achieving a range of 5,400 nautical miles at 10 knots. Her bold but sleek exterior comes from the pen of Frank Laupman of Omega Architects: Flush-mounted tinted windows thermo-bonded to the superstructure create a continuous wall of glass that gives this vessel a highly distinctive look.

The owners appointed world-renowned architect Erick van Egeraat to design the ultra-contemporary, sharp and sophisticated interior. A combination of crisp white leather with dark high-gloss Makassar wood and spectacularly patterned backlit white onyx inlaid within a black marble base contribute to the strongly contrasting monochrome theme. This motif is used throughout the interior producing a highly stylised, luxurious ambience.

MySky accommodates up to 12 guests in five luxurious cabins. The spacious full-beam master suite is traditionally located on the main deck forward and boasts a large, elaborate bathroom including a natural stone clad steam shower and a spacious walk-in closet. The remaining four guest cabins are located on the lower deck and furnished to the highest specifications.

Guests will enjoy life at sea both inside and on-deck: The main saloon aft, with its large circular dining table, lounge and bar area with a 6 square metres LED screen connects to the main deck aft, which features built-in settees and seats around two low coffee tables for optimum relaxation. The upper deck lounge, with its 270-degree view and stunning rotating, circular, white leather seating area, opens onto the aft terrace, accommodating a large dining table ideal for entertainment and al fresco dining under the stars, even under way. Above, the Sundeck’s large Jacuzzi, surrounded by sun-pads, is perfect for recreation, rest and repose.

A fully equipped gymnasium is located on the sundeck and is key to the design that has been created to satisfy the owner’s requirement for quality time for sports, physical training programmes and being in the outdoors.

Finally, the touch-and-go helicopter pad forward of the bridge can transform into another large sun terrace providing secluded lounging even when the yacht is docked stern-to.

Mark Cavendish, Sales and Marketing Director of Heesen Yachts, comments: “MySky is a very important achievement for our shipyard. Working with Erick van Egeraat and his team – who are new to yachting but are a very talented team of architects – pushed Heesen to overcome its boundaries. I believe that MySky will turn heads!” 

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Editors Comments: Week Ending 09/01/2015

After flying into Vancouver Airport in Canada, the team headed straight toward Steelhead Marine to take a look at a product which rarely hits the headlines but is incredibly important in a yachts operation. The craftsmanship of the high-tech cranes at Steelhead is impeccable, with a friendly team whose unprecedented knowledge has helped master building these cranes from scratch.

This was just the first stop on a long journey which then led to Westport Yachts in Westport, USA. The amazing build team all came from the local area and cared for their work as much as they cared for their home. This family of craftsmen all have years of experience under their belt, and watching them work on a number of projects gave us a raw insight into what will eventually become an extremely luxurious product.

It was then time to head toward Seattle to experience a city we had been hearing a lot about from the yachting community. Visiting the Port of Seattle’s Bell Harbour Marina, the team experienced what it was like to be in the centre of a young, up and coming bustling city, whilst surrounded by luxury yachts. From Bell Harbour, you can see the skyline of Seattle, the NFL and MLB stadiums (home to the Seahawks and the Mariners) and the world-famous Space Needle which welcomes you from your boat straight into an amazing city.

In Seattle we also had the opportunity to visit Salmon Bay Marine Centre and Elliott Bay in order to understand how well the region is equipped for superyachts travelling to Pacific Northwest.

The team then drove down to Vancouver, Washington State near Oregon to visit Christensen. The scale of the operation which is going on at Christensen alone was enough to report. This is a full capacity yard with yachts at all stages of production from beginning to close of delivery. It was great to see the workers put their skills into practice after being on board a few Christensen yachts on the water.

After seeing what Christensen is doing, the team then drove all the way from Vancouver to the San Juans to visit Cap Sante Marina - the entrance marina to the stunning San Juan Islands. This is a marina which welcomes yachts to fill up, relax and prepare before heading into the islands; allowing us to witness trees and mountains and just a taste of the San Juan Islands. Cap Sante Marina is a growing operation which is putting a lot of attention into bringing more superyachts to the marina and investing in the community - a fantastic place to start a journey before heading north into Canada.

The team then travelled back to Canada, with the view that the Pacific Northwest might be the most picturesque place we’ve been to in our travels. It’s laid back lifestyle, culture, food and wines, paired with undisputable scenery, makes this the best option for anyone who has visited the Mediterranean for years and yearns for something different.

Yachts like Serene, Kobo and A have been known to head up to the area and more and more large yachts are coming into the region. This is a tell-tale sign that the Pacific Northwest will be one of the number one cruising grounds in the next few years thanks to everything from great ports, outstanding builders, beautiful scenery and an unbridled opportunity to adventure into the wild.

We would like to thank everyone who supported us in our travels and look forward to watching this destination grow as we continue to cover its development.

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Cap Sante Marina: Berth Among the San Juans

Today, the marina hosts a wide range of yachts up to 36 metres (120 feet) – and it isn’t stopping there.

With major developments in the pipeline, including a new 1,000-foot dock to accommodate significantly larger vessels, Cap Sante is building on the success achieved through its prime location, concierge approach to customer service and array of activities both around the marina and in the culture-rich city of Anacortes itself.

To read the full article on Cap Sante Marina, published in our Pacific Northwest Destination Guide, click here.

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  • Cap Sante Marina: Berth Among the San Juans

Steelhead Marine: Raising the Bar

As far as Steelhead Marine is concerned, the faster the yacht industry innovates, the better. With the company boasting a talent pool that already creates exceptional deck cranes that are known for their dependability and ability to blend harmoniously into a yacht’s design; it is ready and eager to grow its product.

Fortunately for the company, yacht design moves at a serious pace and the need for different products is consequently ever-evolving.

To read the full article on Elliott Bay Marina, published in our Pacific Northwest Destination Guide in Yachts International, click here.

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Salmon Bay Marine Center: Homeport to the Pacific

After years of world cruising Don and Sharry STabbert, and their son Brooke, wanted to create a world class moorage and service facility. The Salmon Bay Marine Center (SBMC) is the result.

Designed to accommodate the needs of yachts up to 73-metres, the docks were build to allow vehicle access for loading and unloading boats, and the power systems can meet the needs of even the largest vessels.

The fresh water moorage is completely protected and only 1,200 metres from Puget Sound.

To read the full article on Salmon Bay Marine Center, published in our Pacific Northwest Destination Guide, click here.

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  • Salmon Bay Marine Center: Homeport to the Pacific

North Island Marina: One Step From Wilderness

For the more intrepid members of the superyacht fraternity, taking their vessel into the wilds of Alaska is a mouth-watering proposition.

But due to the remote location of America’s most northerly state, the need for a reliable spot to dock your yacht is a number one priority.

Step forward North Island Marina, a high quality moorage facility on Alaska’s doorstep, offering slips for vessels up to 86.8 metres (285 feet) along with berth fueling and a host of other high class amenities.

To read the full article on North Island Marina, published in our Pacific Northwest Destination Guide, click here.

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Elliott Bay: More Than A Marina

Since its construction in 1991, Elliot Bay has grown to become one of the top yachting destinations on Puget Sound.

With a total of 1,250 slips, including some berthing for yachts of up to 90 metres, it holds the mantle of being the largest privately owned marina on the entire west coast.

The marina’s location on a hilly peninsula just over a mile northwest of downtown, amid 17 acres of uplands and a pristine park-like setting, is one of its key attractions.

Set away from the hustle and bustle of the city but still within easy reach, visitors can enjoy the best of both worlds depending on their mood.

To read the full article on Elliott Bay Marina, published in our Pacific Northwest Destination Guide in Yachts International, click here.

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  • Elliott Bay: More Than A Marina

Christensen Yachts: Experts in Perfection

Back in 2008, having built Christensen Shipyard from the ground up, Dave Christensen retired after 25 years’ service, safe in the knowledge that he had created a legacy of high-quality yacht construction.

But in more recent times, a new kind of thinking has been required to sustain the company’s global standing.

With a grand total of eight yachts in build this year, the semi-custom yacht builder stormed through the rough waters of the economic downturn to emerge as one of the busiest shipyards in America. And according to Christensen, key to its success has been a transformative new work ethic.

To read the full article on Christensen, published in our Pacific Northwest Destination Guide in Yachts International, click here.

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