• CRN’s three-yacht Oceansport series

    CRN has launched the Oceansport series, designed by Omega Architects and available in 52, 61 and 75-metre forms. The concepts will be showcased at the forthcoming Monaco Yacht Show.

  • Jongert shipyard closes its doors

    Well-known sail (and motor) yacht builder, Jongert, based in the Netherlands, are reported to have closed its doors, following failed attempts by the owning company, VEKA Group, to sell the shipyard.

  • Fine Dining, Cocktails and What a View!

    Since 1984, World Yacht has been one of New York City’s premiere high-end cruise companies, with a fleet of four dining yachts. Each passenger is warmly welcomed and treated like a star, whether you’re a couple seeking a romantic dinner to celebrate an anniversary, or your name is Billy Joel (or Macklemore).

  • UIM Class 1 World Powerboat Championship

    Team Abu Dhabi faces a race against time to get ready for the opening round of the UIM Class 1 World Powerboat Championship, which is being held in conjunction with the Salerno leg of the eighth edition of the Venice-Monte Carlo endurance race which started with an 81nautical mile, section from Venice to Rimini on July 1st.

  • Superyacht Rendezvous Montenegro 2015 Highlights

    Presented by Boat International Media, the Superyacht Rendezvous Montenegro 2015 is a social gathering of superyacht owners from around the world focusing on sailors and motor superyacht owners. Montenegro stands out as a leading destination for superyachts, the Rendezvous event reflects the success of the similar Rendezvous in Monaco organized by Yacht Club Monaco.

  • Esenyacht's Troy getting close to completion

    Esenyacht's largest project to date, the 47 metre superyacht Troy is on track for a launch later this year. The yard tells us the engine compartment, housing the single Caterpillar C32 1000hp engine, is very close to completion now.

  • Mulder Shipyard unveils 2800 RPH-Full Beam

    Mulder Shipyard has unveiled more images of their latest concept design, the 28 metre 2800 RPH-Full beam. Designed to be easily operated, the yacht is conceived to be suitable for both families and chartering, possible to operate with a limited crew and low running costs. Depending on the use of the yacht, it can be operated by a crew of three to eight.



Emirate plans to build marina for luxury yachts at Mina Rashid

Dubai plans to build a marina for luxury yachts in response to high demand as the emirate is targeting one million cruise passengers per year by 2020, said Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem, Chairman and CEO of DP World and Chairman of Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation.


Yachts Collide At Adriatic Regatta

 This year's Pesaro-Rovigno regatta in the Adriatic was marked by a serious collision between two competing boats at the weekend, as the photo above shows.


Gulf Craft .. Decades of global success

For more than 30 years, Gulf Craft has manufactured high quality and value-for-money leisure craft with three shipyards in the Emirates and one in the Maldives. Gulf Craft expanded its product range into larger fly-bridge designs using inboard diesel installations. Mr. Erwin Bamps, Chief Executive Officer of Gulf Craft, spoke to Marasi News Magazine about the company’s achievements in the global market.


Extreme Marine .. From a passion for major athletic victories to promising successes in the maritime trade world

A passion for achieving athletic victories has motivated Emirati World Champion, Mr. Mohammed bin Jabara Al Marar, to move from the major successes he achieved during his sports career in powerboat competitions to greater achievements in the world of business and maritime trade, thus presenting a pioneering business experience that helped support local and international athletes, as well as stakeholders in the powerboat race sport in the United Arab Emirates. At the same time, it reinforced the achievements made in this sport, which has long enjoyed great popularity both locally and internationally.