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Photos: Three Superyachts Visit St. George’s

Photos: Three Superyachts Visit St. George’s

Three superyachts are paying a visit to St. George’s, including the vessels Georgia, Time For Us, and Vixit Georgia is a 159-foot long sail yacht that can accommodate up to twelve guests and up to eight crew, and is listed at a sale price of $15,950,000. The superyacht Time For Us is a 122-foot long luxury vessel that can accommodate... Read more of this article

Photos: Sealyon Superyacht Visits St George’s

Photos: Sealyon Superyacht Visits St George’s

The Sealyon superyacht is visiting the island, with the 202-foot long luxury vessel seen berthed in St George’s. The vessel can accommodate up to 12 guests and 16 crew, and is listed at a sale price of €29,500,000 [$34.7 million] and at a weekly charter rate of $383,000. Related StoriesCaroline Bay Marina & BGA Partner... Read more of this article

BTA: Officials Explore Superyacht Opportunities

BTA: Officials Explore Superyacht Opportunities

Officials who put on superyacht racing during the 35th America’s Cup last year are back in Bermuda this week to explore new superyacht opportunities on the island. “The people who put on the Superyacht Regatta and the J Class Regatta during the America’s Cup have been looking for the right opportunity to come back to Bermuda almost since the moment... Read more of this article

Bermuda Called A Superyacht “Playground”

Bermuda Called A Superyacht “Playground”

Bermuda has been featured as a “playground” for the superyachting community by JamaqueParadis Magazine, a publication known for its placement in hotels and VIP lounges in the Caribbean, with the article noting that the luxury boat owners were “particularly appreciative of the privacy that Bermuda offers” and the “lifestyle... Read more of this article

Photos: Superyacht D’Natalin IV Visits Island

Photos: Superyacht D’Natalin IV Visits Island

The 164-foot superyacht D’Natalin IV recently paid a visit to St. George’s, giving locals a look at the custom-built vessel, owned by businessman Dennis M. Jones. Mr. Jones reportedly paid $34 million for the superyacht, representing a small fraction of his multi-billion dollar fortune; according to a story in the New York Times, Mr. Jones... Read more of this article

Column: Season Of Superyachts

Column: Season Of Superyachts

[Opinion column written by Ross Webber] Remember the opening sequence of The Living Daylights when Timothy Dalton parachutes from a careening Land Rover on to a superyacht off the Rock of Gibraltar? It’s ripe with the symbolism of plenty, from the exotic Mediterranean setting to the glass of champagne proffered on deck by actress Kell Tyler in a... Read more of this article

BTA: Securing Superyacht Tourism As A Legacy

BTA: Securing Superyacht Tourism As A Legacy

The Bermuda Tourism Authority will share recently compiled research on the superyacht tourism industry during public information sessions next week. A spokesperson said, “Local interest in this high-end tourism sector has heightened since the arrival of dozens of superyachts for the 35th America’s Cup, many of them competing in this week’s... Read more of this article

Superyacht ‘Jetsetter’ Runs Aground In West End

Superyacht ‘Jetsetter’ Runs Aground In West End

[Updated] The superyacht Jetsetter ran aground in the west end yesterday [June 11], later being pulled off the rocks and taken to Dockyard. A Bermuda Maritime Operations Centre confirmed that the yacht Jetsetter ran aground in the Stag Rocks area in the west end yesterday, and was pulled off last night and taken to Dockyard.” Update: A Bermuda... Read more of this article

‘Madsummer’ Superyacht Visits St. George’s

‘Madsummer’ Superyacht Visits St. George’s

The 182 foot long superyacht Madsummer is one of the latest marine visitors to St. George’s, sailing into the east end recently. The yacht offers air conditioning, deck jacuzzi, stabilizers at anchor, and more; according to an online source.YachtCharterFleet.com said, “The 182.09ft Custom motor yacht motor yacht ‘Madsummer’ was... Read more of this article

Superyachts Pass By Each Other In St George’s

Superyachts Pass By Each Other In St George’s

As the summer approaches, the island continues to welcome marine visitors, with a steady flow of vessels visiting the island, with this weekend seeing two luxury superyachts pass by each other in St George’s, with the 154-foot long arriving ‘A2′ passing by the 137-foot long departing ‘M4′ in St George’s Harbour. Marine... Read more of this article

Caroline Bay Marina & BGA Partner For Services

Caroline Bay Marina & BGA Partner For Services

In preparation for the America’s Cup races, Caroline Bay Marina has partnered with BGA to provide provisioning services for boats and superyachts visiting Bermuda during the months of May and June. Provisioning includes full-service, web-based ordering capabilities and will cover Caroline Bay Marina clients as well as clients anchored within the Great... Read more of this article

Video: Caroline Bay Marina Holds ‘Dock Wetting’

Video: Caroline Bay Marina Holds ‘Dock Wetting’

Caroline Bay Marina held a ‘dock wetting’ yesterday to celebrate the completion of phase one of Bermuda’s newest superyacht marina. Caroline Bay Marina started actual construction in November 2016, and the company said that the ”completion of phase one included the structural completion of the 110 berths and mooring spaces which... Read more of this article

‘Mia Elise II’ Superyacht Visits St. George’s

‘Mia Elise II’ Superyacht Visits St. George’s

The 197-foot long superyacht Mia Elise II became the latest marine visitor to St. George’s, sailing into the east end recently. The yacht offers air conditioning, a gym and jacuzzi, elevator, stabilisers underway, stabilizers at Anchor, and more; according to IYC.com, it can be chartered at a rate of $430,000 USD per week.According to YachtCharterFleet.com,... Read more of this article