SEA Yachting News
The NEEL 47 Trimaran Awarded Multihull of the Year (pg#12); Leopard, The Moorings and Sunsail turn to Yanmar engines (pg#14): Multihull Solutions launches a virtual boat show (pg#16); a summary of the PYC’s Sailor’s Regatta (pg#56); an upbeat editorial from Paul Poole (pg#58); Sanlorenzo SL78’s Thailand Premiere, hosted by Trisara resort (pg#60); Yachtalia & Asia Superyacht Development announce a part-nership for the Asia-Paci c (pg#61); news that Langkawi is luring more superyachts (pg#62); wrapping up with the Singapore Boat Show (pg#63) and the Hong Kong Yacht Show (pg#64).
Second Sanlorenzo 44Alloy Hull Sold to Asia
Simpson Marine has announced the sale of the second 44Alloy superyacht to Asia. The yacht is characterised by clean, sporty lines with distinctive cut-outs in the bulwarks to provide unlimited sea views from the main deck.
Surviving the COVID crisis - what to do, where to go, what to do next?
Ron Patston, the Chief Operating Of cer of Group Island Spirit, tells us how his company is surviving, what to expect in the future and how we can all pitch in to help each other.
Great Sailing on a Budget
Rob Williams takes a look at Hanse yachts under 40ft (the 315, the 348 & the 388), which all share innovation, sparkling performance, short-handed sailing ability and high standard accommodation with their bigger sisters.
GelairTM – keeping the air your breathe clean and fresh
East Marine Asia is promoting a wonderful product made from Pure Australian Tea Tree Oil, which prevents adverse health effects such as allergies and respiratory illnesses caused by harmful micro-organisms.
SeaCat delvers “Koh Russey”
SeaCat Ships has delivered a new high-speed 8.8 metre aluminium landing craft “Koh Russey” to its new home in Sihanoukville.
BVZ Asia continues to provide products that pro-tect your boat
BVZ has introduced the Agora® range of stylish, superior quality performance fabrics that are purposely designed for diverse outdoor applications.
Bay Regatta shows off region’s stunning karst topography
Twenty-five sailboats raced through some of the world’s most stunning karst topography on a magical four-day nautical journey.
A focus for trying times
Captain Shane Granger brings us up to speed on the recovery of H/V Vega and its future plans