A group of female captains shared tips for future mariners and offered recommendations for breaking in as a new boater.
Pollution, Covid and more frequent stops were among the top concerns among captains and crew in attendance.
Local culinary leaders and yacht chefs gathered for a World Kitchen Chef’s Roundtable at Bahia Mar to foster connections and collaboration.
The Marine Research Hub Summit highlighted some innovative projects aimed at greener energy and cleaner seas.
exhibitors and vendors out of the U.S., the president of Informa’s U.S. Boat Show division has high hopes for this year’s show.
Foreign-flagged charter yachts over 24 meters can now legally charter in Costa Rica’s waters simply by obtaining a renewable yearly license, providing proper documentation, and paying a modest 2.5% of the charter fee.
While he jests that he might have chosen truck driving or log-house building as alternative livelihoods, Purcell’s career in the yachting industry spans more than 30 years.
Ongoing concerns with hours of work and rest, cyber security and more keep the yachting industry wondering how to best comply. Captains and crew had a chance to get answers from Cayman Islands and Marshall Islands registries experts at “Ask the Flag,” a roundtable discussion sponsored by the U.S. Superyacht Association.
Behind the Scenes: Terri Kennedy, Informa’s director of registration and admission Meet Terri Kennedy, 60, who holds the title of director of registration and admissions at Informa, the international events…