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Perini Navi to sponsor 2013 Loro Piana Caribbean Superyacht Regatta and St Barths Bucket

March 19, 2013

Once again this year, the leading Italian luxury yacht manufacturer, Perini Navi Group, is a partner at the most important regattas on the Caribbean yachting calendar, the Loro Piana Caribbean Superyacht Regatta & Rendezvous as well as the St Barths Bucket Regatta, where nine yachts from the Perini Navi fleet will be racing.

Loro Piana Superyacht Regatta 2012 Credit Carlo Borlenghi

Loro Piana Superyacht Regatta 2012 Credit: Carlo Borlenghi

The first event will be the Loro Piana Caribbean Superyacht Regatta & Rendezvous. This event, organized by Boat International Media and the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda (YCCS,) will be held from March 20 to 23 in the British Virgin Islands. Twenty marvellous yachts divided into two categories – Cruising and Performance – will compete against the backdrop of fabulous natural scenery for the coveted Loro Piana Trophy 2013.

Representing Perini Navi will be charter yacht P2, a 38 M sloop from the PN racing line designed by Philippe Briand. P2 will be
defending her third place finish from the previous edition of this regatta. Also at the regatta will be charter yacht Parsifal III, a 54 M ketch designed in collaboration with Ron Holland.

Perini Navi P2 -  Main

Perini Navi P2 - Main

There will be many social events to round off the competition ranging from a welcome cocktail, to dinner parties and a beach party. These events will be held at the YCCS Virgin Gorda Clubhouse until the final awards ceremony, scheduled for March 23.

The famous St Barths Bucket Regatta will be held from March 28 to 31. Here the Perini Navi Group will be present with nine yachts, confirming yet again the shipyard’s dominant position in this regatta. A total of thirty five yachts will compete in the waters around the island of St Barth to win the Bucket Trophy. The fleet will be divided into four classes: les Gazelles des Mers, les Grandes Dames des Mer, les Mademoiselle des Mers and J Class yachts.

Perini Navi yachts racing will be charter yacht Andromeda la Dea, charter yacht P2, Luna, charter yacht Panthalassa, charter yacht Parsifall III, Salute, charter yacht Zenji, charter yacht Silencio and charter yacht Maltese Falcon. All Perini Navi yachts present will be competing for the Perini Navi Trophy, but only the top classified will win.

Parsifal-III-1

Parsifal-III-1

The Bucket also has an intense social programme to compliment the racing that will start with the SuperYacht Racing Association Spring Meeting on March 27 and will continue throughout the event up until the final prize giving.

Royal Huisman’s luxury yachts KAMAXITHA and PUMULA: 2013 Awards Finalists

March 19, 2013

The Royal Huisman yard’s two most recent launches are both nominated for major awards this year. The 49-metre Spirit of Tradition sailing yacht Kamaxitha is a finalist for the Best Sailing Yacht 40m+ at the World Superyacht Awards, taking place at Istanbul on 4th May. The magnificent Kamaxitha yacht is also nominated for Best Custom Built Yacht at the Asia Boating Awards, taking place in Hainan on March 29th. The beautiful 37-metre classic superyacht Pumula (Project Bugamena) is also a finalist for the Best Sailing Yacht at the World Superyacht Awards, in this case, in the 30m+ category.

Superyacht Kamaxitha (Project Spirit of Tradition) by Royal Huisman

Superyacht Kamaxitha (Project Spirit of Tradition) by Royal Huisman

Royal Huisman sailing yacht PUMULA (Project Bugamena) - Photo Hans Westerink

Royal Huisman sailing yacht PUMULA (Project Bugamena) - Photo Hans Westerink

Both luxury yachts Kamaxitha and Pumula are also Finalists for the 2013 ShowBoats Design Awards, to be held in Monaco on June 21st.

Below is a selection of the outstanding charter yachts built by Royal Huisman.

Royal Huisman to attend Hainan Rendez-Vous and Singapore Yacht Show

March 19, 2013

The respected Dutch luxury yacht builder, Royal Huisman, continues to build its presence as well as reputation in the Asia-Pacific region during 2013, starting with the Hainan Rendez-Vous from 30th March – 2nd April, where the shipyard’s team again look forward to meeting old friends and acquaintances and to opening new conversations with all those who appreciate fine custom yachts.

Royal Huisman Yacht Twizzle to be displayed at Singapore Yacht Show 2013

Royal Huisman Yacht Twizzle to be displayed at Singapore Yacht Show 2013

Royal Huisman will also be exhibiting at the Singapore Yacht Show from 18th- 21st April. The star attraction – and also the largest exhibit – will be the 57.5m / 188.6ft Royal Huisman sailing yacht Twizzle, that recently made a similarly impressive impact in Phuket. Owners, industry figures and other VIPs attending the show have been invited to a joint presentation on Twizzle yacht.

A very successful Rolex Swan Cup Caribbean 2013

March 18, 2013

The charming Caribbean yacht charter destination – Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands offered a sumptuous setting for the Rolex Swan Cup Caribbean, which concluded on Friday, 15 March, after four days of intriguing, sporting competition. More than twenty Nautor’s Swan yachts representing almost ten countries and territories provided a dynamic spectacle in idyllic waters and varying wind conditions.

Tight competition in Class A at the Rolex Swan Cup Caribbean 2013 - Photo by Rolex Carlo Borlenghi

Tight competition in Class A at the Rolex Swan Cup Caribbean 2013 - Photo by Rolex/Carlo Borlenghi

The week’s triumphant crews and recipients of the Rolex Swan Cup Caribbean Trophy and Rolex timepieces were: sailing yacht Stark Raving Mad (USA) in Class A (reserved for yachts measuring upwards of 18.29m/60-ft) and Arethusa yacht (USA) in Class B (yachts measuring less than 18.29m).

Alluring location
The well-received event signalled a continuation of the long-standing relationship between Nautor’s Swan, Rolex and event organizers Yacht Club Costa Smeralda (YCCS), which commenced in 1984 with the first edition of the now biennial Rolex Swan Cup in Porto Cervo, Sardinia. The YCCS launched its Virgin Gorda base in 2012.

The subtle likeness between one sailing paradise and another – Virgin Gorda and Porto Cervo – was not lost on some of the competitors. “It is similar to sailing in the Maddalena in Sardinia,” explained Tony Rey, tactician on Swan 601 yacht Stark Raving Mad (USA). “It is an absolutely spectacular place, a stunning place to sail. The wind is always shifting providing many challenges.”

Superyachts Selene and Varsovie passing stoney bay during Day 2 - Photot by Rolex Carlo Borlenghi

Superyachts Selene and Varsovie passing stoney bay during Day 2 - Photot by Rolex/Carlo Borlenghi

Experienced America’s Cup sailor Mike Toppa, calling tactics on Swan 90 superyacht Freya (USA), confirmed: “A lot of the rock formations resemble Porto Cervo which is kind of neat. The Race Committee and organizers are the same between the Rolex Swan Cup and here. It is familiar and in that way very nice.”

Phil Lotz and his crew on Swan 42 yacht Arethusa (USA) used the competition as part of their build up for September’s New York Yacht Club Invitational Cup presented by Rolex. Lotz is in agreement that Virgin Gorda provides a scenic and testing environment: “We always enjoy coming here and sailing around the islands. Generally conditions are pretty good. We tend to come down every other year. It’s fun.”

Stark Raving glad
In Class A, Stark Raving Mad arrived with a score to settle. At the 2012 Rolex Swan Cup, a broken spinnaker in the final race curtailed her hopes of Class victory. James Madden’s crew were in bullish mood. “We’re out for blood and hoping to win this one,” warned Rey. On the first day, and in a building breeze of 14 knots, Stark Raving Mad again had to settle for second place. Wendy Schmidt’s Swan 80 superyacht Selene (CAY) claimed the first bullet of the week, attacking a 25-nm clockwise course around the island with gusto having led from the first mark.

Start of racing for Classes A&B, Day 4 - Photo by Rolex Carlo Borlenghi

Start of racing for Classes A&B, Day 4 - Photo by Rolex/Carlo Borlenghi

A pattern was set. Luxury yacht Selene began impressively on Day 2. Following a spectacular downwind spinnaker start she won an exciting reverse run of the Day 1 route. “We had pretty high expectations coming in to the week relative to the boats we are sailing against. When the breeze is in the 10-15 knot range we should be pretty competitive,” explained Selene superyacht’s tactician Robert Macmillan.

“Our plan is to execute great starts and try to get to the first shift and first transition zone ahead of the competition. During the first two races the boat speed has been really good and the crew work exceptional. We’ve made a lot of sail changes and the team has been doing the best job possible.”

The lighter winds prevailing during the final two days proved more troublesome for Selene’s heavier disposition. On Day 3, Stark Raving Mad made the smoother start and led for most of the way. Selene recovered to finish first over the line but not by a large enough margin on corrected time. Madden’s crew secured a first bullet setting up a dramatic final day.

In 7 knots of breeze, Stark Raving Mad started the final 11-nm race with intent and quickly mounted an insurmountable lead. Final race victory and Selene’s second place ensured Madden’s crew were Class victors. “During the final two days the winds were lighter which overall is of great benefit to us,” said Madden. “The crew did a really good job making no errors, consistently trimming the sails well and moving the boat at speed.”

Madden was delighted to build on last year’s runners up finish at the Rolex Swan Cup. “It is fantastic. Seconds (places) are nice, first is a little bit better. Selene sailed really well and is a beautiful boat. It was very close racing.”

Swan Fleet berthed at the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda in Virgin Gorda - Photo by Rolex Carlo Borlenghi

Swan Fleet berthed at the Yacht Club Costa Smeralda in Virgin Gorda - Photo by Rolex/Carlo Borlenghi

Arethusa mounts comeback
The competition drew boats and crews from around the world. The predominantly South African contingent onboard Swan 53 yacht Music (GBR), competing in Class B, a case in point. On arrival, owner James Blakemore commented: “We have cruised here before so when this event was proposed to us it was a no brainer really. Swan, Rolex and the YCCS have done an excellent job and we look forward to a wonderful week.” Music – set for an active racing season with appearances planned in the Mediterranean at Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez and the Rolex Middle Sea Race – commenced the competition in style.

Blakemore’s crew claimed the week’s first bullet in Class prevailing ahead of Swan 56 yacht White Rhino (USA). On Day 2, she repeated her success showing gritty resilience after a far from perfect start which saw her trailing in fifth place. Arethusa, second on Day 2, grew in confidence claiming Day 3’s bullet to set up a tantalizing head-to-head with Music on the final day.

As in Class A, an impressive comeback was sealed. Arethusa dominated the competition in the decisive contest. Music, following another disappointing start, finished some 26 minutes behind the leaders, settling for fourth place on corrected time. Victory ensured Arethusa won Class B by a single point.

“Conditions were perfect for us on the final race,” enthused Lotz. “We got a good start at our favoured end of the line. The first beat was clean which was important in a fleet with so many big boats. We wanted to sail as cleanly as possible.” Arethusa, like Stark Raving Mad, displayed persistence and harmonious teamwork, seizing the favourable shift in wind conditions as the week progressed. “Winning is a great achievement and we really enjoy being here,” closed Lotz. Arethusa’s intention is to defend her crown in two years time.

Sportsmanship and teamwork were hallmarks both on and off the water. The Swan world was united through both competition and the series of elegant and popular social gatherings that permeated the week. A spirit typified by the camaraderie displayed in the additional five-strong cruising Class which engaged in their own competition, representing the values of gentlemen sailing so typical of the Swan world.

Proceedings culminated with the official prizegiving at the YCCS clubhouse overlooking North Sound where the Rolex Swan Cup Caribbean Trophy and Rolex timepieces were presented to Class winners Stark Raving Mad and Arethusa.

Rolex Swan Cup Caribbean 2013 Final Prizegiving - Photo by Rolex Carlo Borlenghi

Rolex Swan Cup Caribbean 2013 Final Prizegiving - Photo by Rolex Carlo Borlenghi

The 18th edition of the Rolex Swan Cup in Porto Cervo will take place in September 2014.

2013 Rolex Swan Cup Caribbean Results

Place, Boat, Owner, Races 1-2-3-4-5, Total Points
Class A
1.   Stark Raving Mad (USA), James C. Madden, 2- 2- 1-1, 6 points
2.   Selene (CAY), Wendy Schmidt, 1- 1- 2- 2, 6
3.   Fenix (GBR), NS60-008 Ltd, 3- 3- 3- 3, 12

Place, Boat, Owner, Races 1-2-3-4-5, Total Points
Class B
1.   Arethusa (USA), Philip Lotz, 3- 2 -1- 1, 7 points
2.   Music (GBR), James Blakemore, 1- 1- 2- 4, 8
3.   Island Water World (USA), Nautor Swan Benelux, 6- 4- 3- 2, 15

The Inn Challenge Trophy in Antigua, April 17 – 18, 2013

March 18, 2013

The first edition of The Inn Challenge Trophy is set to run in the popular Caribbean yacht charter destination – Antigua, from April 17 to 18, 2013. This exciting new contest will host sailing yacht Mariella. Luxury yacht Mariella is a majestic 80-foot 1938 yawl.

Ready for the Challenge: Carlo Falcone's 1938 yawl, Mariella: Alfred Mylne-designed and Fife built classic Credit: Christophe Jouany

Ready for the Challenge: Carlo Falcone's 1938 yacht Mariella: Alfred Mylne-designed and Fife built classic Credit: Christophe Jouany

Superyacht Mariella will be throwing down the gauntlet to challenge similar classic yachts of traditional rig and appearance, to compete in an ‘America’s Cup‘ style match race competition – the Mariella Challenge. The Inn Challenge Trophy will be raced in Antigua between 17th and 18th April 2013 and the deadline for entries is 7th April 2013.

The Inn at English Harbour’s General Manager, Fabio Giorgi comments: “After the success of our association over the last two years with the Royal Ocean Racing Club’s prestigious race, the Caribbean 600 and other Caribbean regattas, it is a natural development for The Inn to play a more important role in the regatta scene. We anticipate that The Inn Challenge Trophy will develop over time and will also become an important fixture on the Caribbean sailing calendar, attracting competitors and visitors from around the world.”

Luxury yacht Mariella, the Alfred Mylne-designed and Fife built classic is owned by Carlo Falcone of Antigua Yacht Club Marina, but The Inn Challenge Trophy and challenge concept is the creation of The Inn at English Harbour’s Marketing Manager, Gianluca Mazzetti: “It’s always been a dream of mine to organise a race for classic yachts in the style of the America’s Cup. I am very proud to say that we’ve managed to achieve this,” says Gianluca ‘Lillo’ Mazzetti.

“To bring back the excitement, grandeur and spectacle of big boat match racing and a challenge of this kind is fantastic. Racing will take place off the south coast of Antigua where the perfect trade wind sailing conditions and turquoise Caribbean waters will offer quite a spectacle as the defender, Mariella and Challenger, go head to head,” continues Mazzetti.

Owner of s/y Mariella, Carlo Falcone says: “I am very happy to start off this Challenge with Mariella as it will allow these beautiful yachts to race in the warm waters of Antigua. ‘Thank you’ to The Inn at English Harbour for the starting this contest. The Challenge is on and everyone will be welcome at Antigua Yacht Club Marina, home base of Mariella.”

Competing for The Inn Challenge Trophy, a specially commissioned Lalique Victoire crystal statue and a prestigious Cup for the winning yacht, the competition will take place over two days. Starting with registration, inspection and a Skipper’s Briefing at the exclusive hotel and resort, The Inn at English Harbour on Wednesday 17th April, followed by the 1st edition of the Mariella Challenge itself, with racing over the 12 mile course on Thursday 18th April. The Prizegiving and Dinner will take place the same evening at The Inn.

Registration is located at Antigua Yacht Club Marina who, along with Antigua Slipway is supporting The Inn Challenge Trophy.

The Inn Challenge Trophy is being run to coincide with the 26th Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta (18th-23rd April), part of the Panerai Classic Yachts Challenge 2013 circuit and is also a wonderful spectacle of sail.

St Barths Bucket Regatta 2013 to kick off on March 28

March 18, 2013

This year’s St Barths Bucket Regatta will kick off on March 28. This popular annual Caribbean yachting event will boast the latest in superyacht designs, together with true classics. Thirty-five yachts are ready to join the festivities as well as competing.

St Barth

Racing begins on Thursday March 28 when five J Class yachts head for the starting line. This will be the first gathering of five or more J’s since 1937!

Three more races are planned, with all yachts racing in four separate classes -Les Mademoiselles des Mers, Les Grandes Dames des Mers, Les Gazelles des Mers, and the J Class.

The largest yacht is the 88m Perini Navi built charter yacht Maltese Falcon. Eleven of the current entries are 50 meters or larger. Among new boats to the St Barths Bucket is the 31m Dubois Naval Architects designed sailing yacht Sarafin and the 31m Newport Bucket winner, superyacht Indio.

Maltese Falcon -  (2)

Maltese Falcon - (2)

The around the island courses create spectacular opportunities to view these breathtaking vessels under sail. The racing format has been modified somewhat, with the start times set so that the classes should finish together. This change is designed to make the racing both more competitive and safer.

Now in their 27th year, the Bucket regattas attract the crème de la crème of yacht builders from every sailing nation, with several builders boasting multiple entries. The “Big Five” sailing yacht builders (Perini Navi, Royal Huisman, Holland Jachtbouw, Alloy Yachts and Vitters) have for many years supported the Bucket Regattas, playing a meaningful role in growing the Bucket and helping maintain the non-commercial atmosphere, another significant hallmark of Bucket races.

One of Executive Director Tim Laughridge’s goals is to ensure that the renowned Spirit of the Bucket is retained while providing participants with great class racing. He’ll be helming charter yacht Parsifal III and racing to win, but reminds everyone that the overriding theme is to sail safe and win the party!

Parsifal-III - Sailing

Parsifal-III - Sailing

The four class winners of the 2013 St Barths Bucket will each receive a Ship’s Bell Clock from Chelsea Clock.

The Bucket Books are still available! All the special fun, traditions, and excitement of the Bucket Regattas can be found in one stunning coffee table book. Created to mark the Bucket’s 25th anniversary, it’s brimming with breathtaking photos of yachts racing around the marks and memorable visuals from all those unique parties. There are many entertaining anecdotes from the yacht owners, guests, crews, spectators, and organizers.

Pendennis recruiting yachts and sponsors for Pendennis Cup 2014

March 15, 2013

After a huge success of the 2012 regatta, which hosted 13 competing yachts as well as more than 1,000 industry guests, Pendennis is currently recruiting yachts and sponsors for the 2014 Pendennis Cup. Next year’s event in Falmouth will run from the 19th-24th May, bringing four days of exciting competing around the fabulous Cornish coastline, which will be complemented by a full range of shore-side events.

Pendennis Cup

Pendennis Cup 2012

Pendennis is truly excited by the prospect of next year’s Pendennis Cup after seeing sailing yacht Adela perform so well in both the Antigua Superyacht Challenge and the Caribbean 600. Superyacht Adela has competed twice in the UK regatta, winning her first year’s entry. Pendennis looks forward to seeing her form in St Barth‘s later this month.

Sailing Yacht Adela - Image credit Pendennis

Sailing Yacht Adela - Image credit Pendennis

As sponsors of the St Barth’s Bucket a team from Pendennis will be present from 28th-31st March to support the stunning Pendennis built yachts, Adela and superyacht Rebecca, as they compete in this fantastic regatta. Amongst the field will be several yachts that have undergone recent refits at the yard or competed in the 2012 Pendennis Cup, including mega yacht Athos, Unfurled, charter yacht Andromeda La Dea, and Lionheart. Pendennis looks forward to seeing all their results.

Dubois designed yachts OHANA and LORETTA ANNE announced as finalists in ShowBoats Design Awards

March 15, 2013

Designed by the prestigious UK design studio Dubois Naval Architects, superyacht OHANA as well as luxury yacht LORETTA ANNE have been both nominated as Finalists in multiple categories for the upcoming ShowBoats Design Awards.

Luxury sailing yacht Ohana by Fitzroy Yachts and Dubois

Luxury sailing yacht Ohana by Fitzroy Yachts and Dubois

Beautiful 50m Fitzroy sailing yacht Ohana (Project G50) has been shortlisted for the 2013 ShowBoats Design Awards in three categories: Exterior Design and Styling, Naval Architecture and Interior Layout.

47m Alloy motor yacht Loretta Anne designed by Dubois

47m Alloy motor yacht Loretta Anne designed by Dubois

Magnificent 47m Alloy motor yacht Loretta Anne (hull AY43) has been nominated for the 2013 ShowBoats Design Awards in three categories: Exterior Design and Styling, Interior Layout, as well as Recreational Area for Guest Use. She also features as a finalist for the design of her Tender.

Below is a gallery for the outstanding charter yachts with design by Dubois Naval Architects.

Majestic 50m Fitzroy superyacht OHANA competes for the first time

March 15, 2013

Taken place in Auckland‘s Hauraki Gulf from February 14 to 17, this year’s NZ Millennium Cup has once again hosted an amazing fleet of superyachts. As the newest vessel racing, all eyes were on the 50 metre flybridge superyacht Ohana. Sailing yacht Ohana represents the latest launch, coming from well known New Plymouth-based shipyard, Fitzroy Yachts.

Fitzroy superyacht Ohana at NZ Millennium Cup

Fitzroy superyacht Ohana at NZ Millennium Cup - Image credit: Luke Sprague/Superyacht Images

Built for an experienced European owner luxury yacht Ohana’s punk grey and yellow hull and yellow gennaker made her a striking sight on the water and after a sterling performance throughout the regatta, she took third place overall. “We are extremely proud of Ohana,” said Rodney Martin, Managing Director of Fitzroy Yachts. “It was particularly gratifying to see her make her racing debut here on home shores.”

Sailing yacht Ohana at full speed

Sailing yacht Ohana at full speed Image credit: Luke Sprague/Superyacht Images

Ed Dubois, of Dubois Naval Architects, was one of those admiring Ohana yacht racing during the Millennium Cup. “It is great to see her out on the water, she sails really well,” he said. The relationship between Dubois and Fitzroy Yachts is longstanding and Ohana is the eighth Dubois-designed yacht built by the yard, with another underway.

Superyacht Ohana under sail

Superyacht Ohana under sail Image credit: Luke Sprague/Superyacht Images

While the superyacht hub of New Zealand is undoubtedly Auckland, with yachts like Ohana, Fitzroy Yachts continue to turn the spotlight down to New Plymouth where they produce yacht after award-winning yacht. Their yachts are enduringly popular and the secret of this, said Martin, is Fitzroy’s passionate team. “Our team combines knowledge and skill: our tradesmen and engineers are world class and hugely experienced in yachting.” In a nod to Fitzroy’s reputation as one of the world’s best sailing yacht builders, Ohana was recently announced as a finalist for both a prestigious World Superyacht Award and for the ShowBoats Design Awards.

Fitzroy Yacht Ohana - front view

Fitzroy Yacht Ohana - front view Image credit: Luke Sprague/Superyacht Images

Although the glitz and glamour of the world of superyachts is one side of the industry, more importantly every superyacht that comes to, or is built in, New Zealand represents jobs and significant economic benefit. Superyacht Ohana herself represents over 400,000 man-hours of work for the yard and for New Plymouth. Significant projects like this also help to nurture the next generation of skilled craftsmen, and Fitzroy Yacht places great stock in its apprenticeship programme.

Sailing Yacht Ohana - aft view

Sailing Yacht Ohana - aft view Image credit: Luke Sprague/Superyacht Images

With Ohana yacht’s first regatta under her belt and the yacht safely delivered to her owner, it’s business as usual back at the yard. The Fitzroy team is now busy working on the Dubois-designed 37.5m performance yacht FY17, for a European owner, which is due to launch later this year.

Fitzroy Yacht OHANA – Finalist in ShowBoats Design Awards 2013

March 15, 2013

The respected NZ luxury yacht builder, Fitzroy Yachts, is thrilled to announce that its spectacular 50-metre sailing yacht Ohana (Project G50) has been named as a finalist in this year’s highly anticipated ShowBoats Design Awards. Launched last year, Ohana yacht is a beautiful flybridge sloop, designed by award-winning UK design studio, Dubois Naval Architects.

Luxury yacht Ohana under sail - Photo credit: Luke Sprague/Superyacht Images

Luxury yacht Ohana under sail - Photo credit: Luke Sprague/Superyacht Images

Having received over 200 nominations for the fourth edition of the ShowBoats Design Awards, Boat International Media‘s team of senior editors were once again called upon to refine this impressive list to a smaller number of outstanding finalists.

The winners will be announced during a glittering gala evening at the Monaco Opera House on June 21, in front of a VIP audience of yacht owners and industry professionals from around the globe.

Superyacht Ohana is a finalist in the following categories:
1. Exterior Design and Styling Award – Sailing Yachts
2. Naval Architecture – Sailing Yachts
3. Interior Layout Award – Sailing Yachts

Below is a choice of the magnificent charter yachts built by Fitzroy Yachts.