Ft. Lauderdale is considering the yachting capital of the world and is nicknamed the Venice of the Americas with so many waterways. Thus, it is only fitting that this city is host to the largest in-water boat show in the world. It’s called FLIBS for short which stands for Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show
The International SeaKeepers Society hosted its 2019 Founders Event, a maritime masquerade to honor Amos Nachoum as the 2019 SeaKeeper of the Year Award Recipient, 2019 NextGen Awardee, Katherine Zacarian, and the 2018-19 DISCOVERY Yacht Fleet
Many people dream of having a big luxurious superyacht with the most beautiful interior since it is (after all) one of the biggest symbols of the luxury lifestyle
The Monaco Yacht Show (MYS) is always full of pomp and circumstance set in iconic Port Hercules in the Principality of Monaco along the French Riviera. Surrounded by spectacular rock sheers jutting strait up into the sky and the magnificent new Monaco Yacht Club at the base, built to mimic a megayacht, the superstars of the week are the125 superyachts worth a combined price of $4.4 billion.
The VI edition of the Venice Hospitality Challenge with the Overall victory and in Class 1 of Way of Life - The Gritti Palace helmed by Gaspar Vincec who repeated his recent success at the Barcolana, reaching the finish line in less of an hour
It is coming back again this year on Saturday, October 19 to give thrills to participants and spectators alike. The ever-growing success of this unique regatta is confirmed by this edition’s new record of 14 participating maxi yachts. On the race course, world-renowned skippers will be contending for the coveted Doge’s hat, purposely created by Murano’s traditional glassmaker Massimiliano Schiavon Art Team. Among the most famous cities in the world, Venice will be the setting to this not-to-miss show that brings together the popular boats and the city’s luxury hotels.
Curtains down on the Monaco Yacht Show, exclusively dedicated to luxury super yachts, mega yachts and giga yachts that can only be admired in the glamorous setting ofMontecarlo’s Port Hercule, where the show was hosted once again this year
During the Venice Boat Show, the 6thedition of the Venice Hospitality Challenge was presented. The highly anticipated Grand Prix of the City of Venice will be back on October 19, to bring true excitement to participants and spectators with the only regatta held in the internal waters of a city, and one of the most renowned in the world: Venice, also known as “La Serenissima”