The Triton

Boats and Brokers

Ulysses ready by 2015

ADVERTISEMENT

A 353-foot (107m) yacht built by Kleven Verft shipyard in Norway launched in September. Built for a New Zealand billionaire, the yacht was designed by Marin Teknikk for long expeditions in rough waters. The Expedition Support Vessel will be named Ulysses upon delivery in 2015.

Related Articles

Former yacht broker and sailor Stephen Sadosky dies

Former yacht broker and sailor Stephen Sadosky dies

Former yacht broker Stephen Sadosky died July 12 after a three-year illness. He was 67. Mr. Sadosky had a career in the nuclear power industry before working in yacht sales with several brokerage …

Taking the Helm: People don’t leave jobs; people leave people

Taking the Helm: People don’t leave jobs; people leave people

Taking the Helm: by Capt. Paul Ferdais When the “I’m leaving” conversation happens with the captain, there always seems to be some extenuating circumstance: “I’m off to take courses for …

Benetti launches 198-foot Formosa

Benetti has launched the 198-foot (60m) M/Y Formosa, sold in 2012 by Fraser Yachts and launched on schedule in December in Italy. The steel and aluminium superyacht, whose exterior styling and …

IGY expands in Spain

International marina management company Island Global Yachting has taken over the management of a superyacht facility in Málaga, Spain.  In partnership with Ocean Capital Partners, the …

Stabilizer wins DAME award at METS

The vector fin stabilizer system from Sleipner Motor AS of Norway won the 2013 DAME Award at  Marine Equipment Trade Show (METS) this morning (Nov. 19). “Sleipner Motor has thought …

The Inside Passage includes more than just Alaska

Thoughts of the Inside Passage conjure images of Alaska’s rugged and remote natural offerings, but the scenery and the memories can begin long before a yacht hits Alaska, according to cruising …

Comments