Australia Hails New Official Point Of Entry For International Superyacht Arrivals.
A major list of the world’s wildest natural treasures has just been expanded by the United Nations to include Indawgyi Lake of Myanmar.
The Australian Superyacht Rendezvous held from 19th and 20th of May has been hailed a major success, highlighting the tourism and economic potential of the superyacht industry in Australian waters.
The 2017 Australian Superyacht, Marine Export & Commercial Marine Industry Conference is a key event For the Australian Marine Industry.
Demand for marine tourism is set to expand considerably in the Maldives as new resort islands under construction are completed.
Seal Superyachts are now onboard as a Major Sponsor of the Inaugural Australian Superyacht Rendezvous.
The Australian Superyacht, Marine Export and Commercial Marine Industry (ASMEX) Conference continues to maintain its reputation as a key event within the industry offering valuable insights, information and networking opportunities with leading stakeholders.
Benefits to local economy and calls for relaxation in Government red tape part of new report on the Australian Superyacht industry.
The brand-new superyacht Project Thunder, Measuring over 120-metres (393’7″ft), was launched at the Lürssen Yachts shipyard in Germany.
The megayacht FB269, a 69 meter Custom megayacht with a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure, has been successfully transferred to Benetti’s Livorno shipyard.