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LUX LIFE

22 Snapshot Northrop & Johnson insight on the superyacht market

56 New Horizons What’s on your lux-list? Navigator collates its pick of the hottest luxury lifestyle news in bite-size chunks

26 Hot List Fantastic purchase opportunities curated by the experts at Northrop & Johnson

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32 Navigator Knows Navigator talks to three world-leading shipyards taking steps to make the superyacht industry greener

61 Style Compass – Ultramarine Dive into the big blue with Navigator’s carefully curated statement pieces for ladies 64 Style Compass – Short Cuts Make a splash in the most stylish swimwear collections for men

42 In Focus – SEA OWL Step onboard the 203-foot motor yacht SEA OWL

66 Culture Spy Navigator talks to custom furniture designers on the importance of statement pieces

52 Toy Box – Wild On Water The ultimate toy list for fun on, in and beneath the surface

72 All That Glitters The finest jewelry collections to wear aboard or ashore 74 Timeline Navigator reviews the latest movements in the world of horology

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79 Flight Deck The best options from leaders in private aviation to get you there 82 Auto – The Scenic Route Navigator recommends a selection of magnificent driving routes in the world’s favorite cruising grounds

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88 Dock & Dine – YOT Step off your yacht to this hot spot while cruising Florida’s Intracoastal Waterway

134 Scope Northrop & Johnson presents the latest exclusive partnerships and offerings

90 Well Rested – Spas Reset your mind and body at the finest selection of coastline hugging retreats

136 Transactions & Acquisitions Interested in what’s been sold or what’s new to the market? Looking for a new yacht to celebrate? View the latest in sale and charter from Northrop & Johnson

100 Cruising Guide – Turkey Discover the coastline emerging from the shadows to become a firm favorite on the cruising map 110 Terra Firma – New York Constantly reinventing itself, New York has proven to be one of the most dynamic cities in the world. Navigator takes a look at the best the city has to offer with a jaunt to nearby Hamptons

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Quod Vitae I always feel a little philosophical whenever I sit down to report on all of the exciting goings-on at Northrop & Johnson. The first time I wrote the foreword to this issue we were in the throws of spring, busily making plans for grand summer adventures. And then the whole world tumbled down a rabbit hole. I never thought I would see the day that a case of hand sanitizer would literally be worth more than a barrel of oil, but that day happened. At my core, I am an optimist. I look for the bright side of things because I find pessimism exhausting. It has been hard to find a bright side to Covid-19; we’ve been collectively hobbled and humbled by something too small to be seen. Families have lost loved ones, and medical professionals continue to give selflessly saving the lives of thousands. The world has changed. Alvin Toffler said, “Change is not merely necessary to life – it is life.” And life goes on. Now that the warm air of summer has arrived and businesses are reemerging to meet the day of today, my optimism (albeit cautious optimism) is invigorated and the sea is calling me. I don’t know about you, but I could use some fresh air. Despite the very serious results of the pandemic, at N&J, life and work still goes on. Many of you will have read the news that N&J has been acquired by MarineMax, Inc. We are on the cusp of some sensational evolutions in our business and anticipate continued growth through the remainder of 2020 and beyond with the support of the MarineMax family. It also gives me great pleasure to announce that Daniel Ziriakus has been promoted to President and COO of Northrop & Johnson. Daniel’s hard work and unrelenting search for improvement in our business has elevated Northrop & Johnson to a global, market-leading brokerage company. It is a joy for me personally to have Daniel officially recognized for the important work he does to make the Northrop & Johnson operation a tour de force in the industry. With the MarineMax merger and Daniel at the company helm, I am shifting my role to Chairman. I will continue to work with clients and shape this new, magnificent opportunity we have in front of us. Northrop & Johnson has been a part of my life for three decades. In that time, I have not hired any employees – I have hired a family. I now see the Northrop & Johnson family becoming even more grand and dynamic than I could have ever imagined, and I recognize its similarity to my family at home. As my son nears the end of his undergraduate studies at Princeton, I see all of the wonderful opportunities and imminent changes on his horizon. Just prior to the Covid-19 outbreak my wife and I were able to vacation with our son in the beautiful country of Thailand. My son had brought a few friends from school, and one evening as I was sitting with my wife at a table on the beach enjoying a cocktail, I found myself obsessing over what was taking the kids so long to join us. It was like herding cats getting those kids to do anything. I rose from the table to mobilize the highly energetic undergrads when my wife, Mariette, said to me, “What’s wrong with just being here?” (I hear her voice in my head now as I write.) That’s it. Of course! My amazing wife had given me the secret of life. It was the Desiderata in one sentence. Just be here. Life is full of changes and distractions, some big, most small. One thing I have learned over the past few months is that the secret spice is living in the now, in the moment, this moment. Kevin Merrigan Chairman (you may call me Chairman Kev!)

Kevin’s thoughts really resonate with me; friends, family and meaningful relationships with co-workers and clients enrich all of our lives, especially at the moment. Living a full life in these challenging times absolutely means embracing opportunities and not being fearful of change. There are a lot of brokerage houses out there that do okay but don’t venture out of their lane. At Northrop & Johnson, we prefer to let the wind fill our sails. Together with our new owners MarineMax, Inc. our shared goal is to evolve with the changes in technology and systems while keeping pace with the human side of the wants and needs of our clients around the world. We are committed to always providing you, our clients, with the most up to date and comprehensive service of any yacht brokerage. In this issue of Navigator, we help you embrace the beauty of change. Our Hot List showcases some yachts for sale with stellar charter appeal, some re-imagined refits and expedition style yachts to take you into the great unknown. We have visited some of the leading shipyards for eco-accreditation. We look at the limitless possibilities for custom furniture and unveil the top toys you’ll want onboard your yacht – which might just include a supercar to take along the most scenic drives in the world. I hope you’ll find inspiration in the pages ahead. Daniel Ziriakus President & COO


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THE TOTAL VALUE OF MOTOR & SAILING YACHTS SOLD IN THE FIRST HALF OF 2020 WAS JUST OVER US$ 1 BILLION

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THERE ARE 1,200 MOTOR YACHTS (78FT+) CURRENTLY FOR SALE June 2020

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252’6” 183’7” Largest Motor Yacht Sold Jan - June 2020 BLUE MARLIN 252’6” (77m) Admiral Yachts

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THERE HAVE BEEN 110 LAUNCHES OF YACHTS OVER 78FT IN 2020

THERE HAVE BEEN 141 DELIVERIES OF YACHTS OVER 78FT IN 2020

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01 SO LO Builder Tankoa Yachts Length 236ft (72m) Year 2018 Asking price â‚Ź67,900,000 * USP Huge beach club with bar and hammam

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H IGH LY R EC OM M E N D E D Making a yacht available for others to charter will bring in some revenue and help offset some of the running and maintenance expenses. The following yachts have all been highly successful on the charter market and provide an excellent opportunity for a buyer looking to own a well-known charter yacht with a fantastic reputation. 02 R H IN O Builder Admiral Length 154ft (47m) Year 1998/2018 Asking price $9,995,000 USP Exceptional volume for her size

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03 TUTTO L E M A R R A N E Builder Leopard Yachts Length 151ft (46.5m) Year 2011 Asking price â‚Ź12,900,000 * USP Impressive performance with a top speed of 36 knots 04 I LOVE TH I S B OAT Builder Christensen Length 145ft (44.2m) Year 2002/2018 Asking price $11,900,000 USP Maintained to the highest standards 05 LU LU Builder Benetti Length 108ft (33m) Year 2015 Asking price $5,995,000 USP Exquisite pocket megayacht with ample living space * Not for sale to U.S. residents while in U.S. waters

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RECENTLY REFITTED A great buy is a yacht whose current owner has recently completed a refit. An owner will rarely refit a yacht for a sale; usually they go through a refit and then the owner’s plans change. The following yachts are just a handful of recently refitted yachts in the brokerage fleet that provide a great opportunity for a buyer looking for a yacht in “as new” condition. 06 RH INO Builder Admiral Length 154ft (47m) Year 1998/2018 Asking price $9,995,000 USP Numerous interior décor upgrades, rebuilt generators, recent paint job, three phase Caterpillar engines rebuilt, new Quantum Zero Speed stabilizers

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07 BALISTA Builder Cantieri di Pisa Length 153ft (46.5m) Year 2013/2019 Asking price $17,900,000 * USP Low original hours of 1,350; newly built generators in 2019; immaculate new interior décor 08 DYNAST Y Builder Sunrise Length 146ft (44.8m) Year 2009/2018 Asking price €9,950,000 USP Maintained with a generous budget by one private owner since new

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EX PLO RER YACH TS Just about every shipyard appears to be coming out with its own version of the explorer-style yacht. Explorer yacht or expedition yacht, call them what you like, the demand for vessels that offer an exceptional cruising range to allow for long voyages, and constructed from tough, ocean-going materials, continues to grow year-on-year. For those who want to get off the beaten track, explorer yachts are the choice du jour, coming as they do with the opportunity to go literally anywhere that’s blue on the world map. Damen introduced their SeaXplorer range in 2015 and their first build will be delivered to her owners this year. The 203ft (62m) SeaXplorer is Polar Class and has expedition facilities for 30 days of total autonomy. Damen now have the 183ft (55m) SeaXplorer 55 (10) in build and on spec, with concept design options of 65, 75, 95 and 105 meters. Sanlorenzo launched the steel-hulled 500EXP (11) last year in Monaco during the annual yacht show. Boasting a range of 4,500 nautical miles, the Sanlorenzo 500EXP is an explorer yacht ready to traverse even the most extreme conditions. Sanlorenzo has created a wide range of custom options for the 500EXP model. Moonen, Benetti (12), Baglietto, Mulder, CRN and Numarine all have explorerstyle vessels designed for potential owners looking to put a personal stamp on their own build. For further information on the opportunities to purchase an explorer-style yacht, or to discuss building your own, Northrop & Johnson have the expertise to guide you in the right direction.

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TH E EX PE RTS N Nobiskrug Nobiskrug takes credit for some of the most recognizable vessels on the water, including the world’s largest sailing yacht, the 468.5ft (143m) Sailing Yacht A. Known for pushing the boundaries in superyacht construction, every Nobiskrug yacht build embodies the unique vision of its owner combined with innovative ideas and advanced technology. – H Heesen Yachts Best known for their fast aluminum yacht and displacement long range steel builds, both custom and semicustom, Heesen have always been dedicated to pushing the boundaries in design and build. Today Heesen are leading the way in their efforts to meet owners’ demands for fast but fuel-efficient large motoryachts by delivering award-winning vessels that combine speed and style. – O Oceanco Specializing in premium craftsmanship of some of the largest superyacht builds in the world, Oceanco’s continuous evolution in the design, engineering and construction of their vessels has made them one of the most successful builders in the large superyacht sector.

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A number of shipyards are showing a growing concern for the environment, building yachts with lower carbon footprints and improved fuel efficiency. What “green solutions” do you have in place to build eco-friendly vessels? N The 262-foot (80m) hybrid superyacht Artefact incorporates several new technological and engineering features to minimize its environmental impact. These include 247 square feet (23sqm) of solar panels on the sundeck hardtop, as well as a large battery storage system and a diesel-electric propulsion system developed with ABB. The technology makes her up to 30% more efficient than other diesel yachts of her size. Artefact is also one of the first superyachts in the world to meet IMO Tier III emissions regulations. H At Heesen, we are continually investing in research and development to look at new ways of reducing fuel consumption, using sustainable materials, pioneering progressive hull designs, and developing innovative propulsion systems. More importantly, Heesen are renowned for our lightweight aluminum construction and meticulous weight reduction. The most important steps we can make with regards to fuel savings involve building a lighter yacht. O We are not only working toward building yachts with lower carbon footprints, we are creating a greener world within our own facilities in The Netherlands. We have undergone major renovations to our outfitting facilities in Alblasserdam. Similar to our 520-foot (160m) dry dock, which opened in 2015, this will also be ecologically enhanced and updated with state-of the-art technologies.

Has your environmental initiative come from your owners or did you embrace the cause? N In the case of the eco-friendly Artefact, it was the owner’s desire from the beginning of the project to minimize the environmental impact of the vessel using advanced technology. H Both. We are always pushing the boundaries of what can be achieved and looking to develop new technologies and smart initiatives within yacht builds that will help to make yachts and the yachting lifestyle more environmentally conscious. However, without owners who are willing to embrace new technologies and implement pioneering innovations on board their private vessels, we wouldn’t be able to make the progress that we have seen in recent years. Heesen, as a company, are fully embracing this philosophy, and we are putting all our effort into building more efficient yachts that use less fuel to take our clients further. Both motor yacht Home and Project Electra – the world’s first FDHF (fast displacement hull form) with hybrid propulsion – were built on speculation. At Heesen, we believe it is our responsibility to bring to the market products that are more respectful of our environment.

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Do you believe a yacht can be built that is truly eco-friendly or is calling a superyacht eco-friendly an oxymoron? N In the future, we will continue to see growth and innovation within propulsion systems and hybrid engines, as well as yachts that possess sleeker, more efficient hull designs. This significantly reduces both costs to the owner and a yacht’s carbon footprint. There are small yachts built today that are powered entirely by solar or electricity, and that gives us hope that in the coming years the technology applied to these vessels will be transferred to larger superyachts to make them truly eco-friendly. The industry has already seen concepts launched that use hydrogen, wind, electricity, battery and solar energy for propulsion with the aim of building a fossil-free yacht, so while it doesn’t as yet exist, we remain hopeful that it won’t be long before we see a carbon-free environmentally-friendly yacht on the market. Project Electra, which launched in February, is the second of our hybrid yachts at Heesen, which sees two water-cooled DC electric shaft motors of 127kW each quietly power the yacht when in hybrid mode. H

O Our 350-foot (106.7m) Black Pearl is a strong testament to greener yachting. As for motoryachts, there are newer technologies becoming available that are making yachting more and more sustainable. Sometimes with incremental change and sometimes with step change – the 357-foot (109m) Bravo Eugenia being a good example. People like to see meaningful innovation and that is what we are focusing on to make an impact on sustainability while at the same time not compromising comfort. Yachts can be greener, but there are rules and regulations that are not always in line with energy reduction and other improvements that can be made to reduce the yacht’s overall environmental footprint. There may also be an initial resistance to paying the price tag of the specialized systems that will be installed to make the yacht more environmentally-friendly at this time. However, we have faith that we are moving in that direction.

A large proportion of the carbon dioxide emissions from superyachts is due to energy requirements for onboard equipment and operations. Defined as “hotel load,” a superyacht needs to deliver all the luxurious trappings an owner or charterer desires. How do you combat this demand and optimize efficiency on board? H The main consumption in hotel loads are the AC system and laundry. We constantly work on improving insulation and, with the help of our partners, on installing the most efficient systems. In addition, we increase our efficiency of use of power on our hybrid yachts. For example, our 164-foot (50m) hybrid yacht Electra, in Economic Mode (for speeds between 9 and 12 knots) allows you to switch off the generators. Running off the main engines alone, the e-motors supply the hotel load. In Cruising Mode (the most

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conventional mode), the e-motors are switched off, with the generators providing power to the hotel load. The main engines drive the yachts’ propellers. O Black Pearl was designed with many eco-conscious considerations. For instance, she has a large-scale battery storage capacity on board. Under sail power at 14 knots the yacht regenerated enough energy to power the full house load, thus obviating the need to run generators while under sail.

Proven concepts, such as the axe bow and the use of composite materials or aluminum has helped reduce the weight of superyachts and improved overall fuel consumption. How have you embraced new materials in your builds? N Taking the example of Artefact, unusually, much of the superstructure is made out of fiberglass to ensure stability. Lightweight and corrosion-resistant GRP compensates for the heavy glass and allows for the complex shapes of the moldings. It also saves weight and fuel. H We have always been at the forefront of aluminum yacht builds and are, in fact, the leaders in that field, but the use of composite materials is not something we advocate due to the material’s inability to be broken down at the

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end of a yacht’s life cycle. We do, of course, welcome new developments that help to reduce fuel consumption, and the FDHF – which was devised by our long-term partners Van Oossanen Naval Architects – is an innovative hull shape that we have become known for. The FDHF increases the overall performance of the yacht by reducing the hydrodynamic resistance. The beauty of this hull form is that it combines low resistance with high performance and therefore brings advantages to both the builder and the owner. For the builder, the lower installed power for a given speed translates into lower building costs that can be passed on to the owner. From the owner’s point of view, lower fuel consumption means lower operational costs, while less bunker capacity frees up more space for other services, and smaller engines help to reduce noise and vibration and free up space for guests’ use. A long time ago, Oceanco built a couple of aluminumhulled yachts, but now we build steel hulls with aluminum superstructures. Bravo Eugenia does have an axe bow and it was developed on our LIFE (Lengthened, Innovative, Fuel Efficient and Eco-Friendly) design platform, with eco-consciousness and fuel efficiency considerations leading the design. We are also using more carbon fiber – the 295ft (90m) DreAMBoat has a full carbon canopy, mast house and mast. O

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The most obvious application of eco-friendly technology is in the growing use of hybrid and allelectric drive systems. What low-energy technologies have you incorporated into your builds? N Sailing Yacht A (delivered in 2017) has a diesel-electric engine on board. Artefact’s advanced DC bus digital power management system allows the vessel to fully integrate multiple sources of power from solar cells, variable- speed generators, and lithium batteries – as well as potential future technologies, such as fuel cells.

to embrace renewable energies in both the build process and the running of your builds? N Our team takes great care to ensure that the activities are as sustainable as possible, from the materials they choose to the technologies that they pioneer. Optimizing propulsion, engines and hull design, and continuous advances in the field of software and onboard technology are potentially the most important factors to address environmental obstacles.

As already mentioned, we are concentrating our efforts on the use of hybrid diesel electric propulsion at present. H We were among some of the first shipyards to build a yacht We are also carefully monitoring the progress being made with hybrid propulsion. The 163.3ft (49.8m) Home was the with lithium batteries, but it is always a careful balance first in its class. She has won many awards since her launch between concerted efforts to make superyachts greener, in 2017. The most prestigious accolade was the MYS/RINA and not compromising the onboard experience for the Green Award by HSH Prince Albert of Monaco for the most owner and their guests. environmentally-friendly luxury vessel. O Black Pearl is fully equipped to have solar panels installed O LIFE revolves around intelligent naval architecture that on the masts, it is a matter of time for the materials to be thin leverages a number of fundamental principles, which create enough for them to be positioned. We are also repurposing a harmonious balance between weight, power, technical our wastewater and installing solar panels on the roof of areas and luxury interior on board. These principles are our outfitting facilities. Oceanco will also be taking part in combined with a hybrid propulsion system that result in a the Monaco Solar & Energy Boat Challenge this summer. virtuous circle, with a single-tier engine room at the center. The aim is to inspire to create tomorrow’s yacht together with our partners by investigating the latest innovations Along with alternative, non-fossil, renewable regarding materials, fuel cells, solar panels, energy storage energies, solar energy is one of the options to making and propulsion drives. This project is an interesting superyachts greener. What measures are you taking milestone toward our vision for the future.

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A work of art and an engineering marvel, SEA OWL is a pedigree Feadship inspired by literature WORDS J A N I N E S T . D E N I S

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Encapsulating 203 feet of safe haven, Feadship’s SEA OWL truly is a testament to the yard’s reputation as being synonymous with the finest quality builds. Built for visionary owners, her Andrew Winch interior offers a myriad of unique details that set her apart from all other yachts. Inspired by literature, her bookshelves are lined with prose that comes to life as you move through the yacht; handcrafted details accentuate her walls, while replicas of maps adorn the ceilings. The Tree of Life relief, which wraps around the central staircase, is just one example of her unique creative interior masterpieces which even extend to the custom painted tromp l’oeil elevator accessing every deck of the yacht. SEA OWL’s fullbeam main salon is both inviting and elegant, decorated in light, neutral colors and complete with a warm and welcoming fireplace. With fully opening glass doors aft, and enormous windows on both sides, natural light floods the space. Her impressive dining area features a large custom pietre dure table under a stunning Dale Chihuly Venetian glass chandelier. The bridge deck is a warm, welcoming family hub, with a full-beam skylounge/ movie theater, a large gym and massage room, and a classroom for learning at sea. Both the classroom and the gym have fold-out balconies.

Seven staterooms welcome up to 14 guests and feature a variety of themes from masquerade balls to pirate tales. The main deck master stateroom is a massive space that takes advantage of the full 40-foot beam. A further six guest staterooms are on the lower deck, including three VIP suites and two convertible twins. SEA OWL features exceptionally vast deck space that ensures all who cruise aboard are able to enjoy the height of luxury at sea. From her Jacuzzi to her large swim platform and several alfresco dining spaces, she truly is a delight. An impressive collection of tenders and toys further enhances guests’ outdoor experiences. With trans-Atlantic and trans-Pacific capability, SEA OWL is ready to cruise anywhere in the world. Ensuring this capability, the yacht has been built to the stringent Lloyds classification requirements and reinforced to handle light ice operation. The yacht’s dynamic positioning system allows her to virtually anchor when necessary, and special attention was paid to making her quiet and secure. Listed for sale with Northrop & Johnson, SEA OWL is one-of-a-kind and is the perfect yacht for those who appreciate performance and style. For more information, please contact your preferred Northrop & Johnson sales broker.


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SE A OWL 203’ (61.87m) – Beam 40’ (12.19m) Draft 12’ 2” (3.73m) Year 2013 Cruising speed 15 knots Max speed 16 knots Range @ 12kts 5,000nm Range @ 11kts 6,000nm Gross Tonnage 1,494 Max Displacement 1,286lbs Main Engines 2x MTU 16V4000 (2040 BHP each) Builder Feadship, Royal Van Lent, Hull 807 Naval Architect De Voogt Naval Architects Interior Designer Winch Design Exterior Designer Winch Design Construction Steel hull (Grade A) reinforced for light ice conditions, Aluminum superstructure Classification Lloyds register 100A1, Yacht(P), G6, LMC, UMS, EP and MCA, LY2 compliance Flag Bahamas Type Full displacement, twin screw diesel motor yacht

AC C OM M ODAT I O N – ► 7 guest staterooms for 14 guests ► 9 crew staterooms plus 1 captain’s cabin for 18 crew

TE N DE RS – ► 28ft (8.6m) Hodgdon limousine tender ► 26ft (8.4m) Hodgdon center console sport tender ► 17ft (5.2m) RIB

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01 ON THE WATER Paddleboards, windsurfs, canoes and kayaks – there are endless options for those looking to power themselves over the water, but for those looking for the adrenaline rush that only motorsports evokes, Radinn’s G2X Electric Jetboard takes the thrill of surfing to another level. Reaching speeds up to 37mph, the Jetboard makes you look like a pro without all the hard work. www.radinn.com


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01 Californian Wellness The recently opened Canyon Ranch Wellness Retreat, Woodside, is the newest outpost of the Canyon Ranch Wellness brand. Promising guests a fresh approach to how they can restore their health and wellbeing, Woodside isn’t about weight loss and constant exercise but more about letting yourself go and cutting yourself some slack. The intimate hideaway, which is located between tech-centric San Francisco and Silicon Valley, utilizes its location to the full and encourages guests to get back in touch with the surrounding nature, with fitness sessions in the Redwoods; hikes through coastal grasslands; solo trail walking, creative and wellness activities and much more. The main point is nothing is obligatory. canyonranch.com


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02 Style & Comfort with Master & Dynamic Let yourself go whatever the weather with Master & Dynamic’s lightweight and durable True Wireless Earphones. Designed for those who are always on the move and built to withstand the toughest workouts and travel in any weather for up to ten hours, the water-resistant buds are made from a durable performance material used in professional sport eyewear. They come with five comfy silicone ear-tip sizes and three different ear fins, allowing them to twist inside your ears and stay. And, the sound performance is fantastic. masterdynamic.com

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03 Sea Island Renovations The historic Sea Island, located on the southeastern coast of Georgia, completed its renovation of the legendary Plantation golf course, just in time to host the annual PGA Tour RSM Classic last November. The redesign was managed by golf legends Mark and Davis Love III of Love Golf Design. The two brothers drew inspiration from the history of the course, using classical architectural features and historical hardscape and landscape elements. Additions include an all-new 17,000-square-foot Golf Performance Center, six cottages, an 18-hole putting course, a pool and pool house, extended practice facility and short game area, all boasting stunning ocean views. The renovated Plantation Course is a welcome addition to the famous Sea Island Resort, which comprises five miles of private beach, a beach club, tennis center, yacht club, shooting school and three championship golf courses, including the Seaside Course, Retreat Course and the all-new Plantation Course. seaisland.com


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06 Louis XIII Time Collection RÊmy Martin pays tribute to Paris, the City of Lights, with the recently launched second opus of the Louis XIII Time Collection. The unique decanter is an exclusive limited edition piece that has already become a collector’s item with only 2000 made. Each decanter features designs inspired by illustrations from the archives of Monnaie de Paris, one of the two historic French houses with which LOUIS XIII collaborated. Handblown by Saint-Louis, the decanter is a tribute to the original LOUIS XIII bottle design with 13 spikes, a stopper in the form of an upturned decanter with an 18-carat champagne gold decorated fleur-de-lys. Louisxiii-cognac.com 04


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When it comes to outfitting new or existing superyachts, custom furniture plays an important role in creating an onboard look and feel that perfectly reflects the owner’s individual taste. By commissioning bespoke pieces, it is possible for designers to realize the exact vision of a carefully thought-out design, while also making use of special pieces that are a joy to behold and use. “Being ‘unique’ is an essential prerogative for the highend market,” says the team at Italian company Paola Lenti, which specializes in creating furniture for relaxation spaces on yachts. “Especially in yachting, it is essential to be able to allow the customer the highest level of customization – we have always been able to achieve this thanks to a happy marriage between modern industrial techniques and the most exquisite Italian craftsmanship tradition.” Once the Paola Lenti team receives an initial design brief, they set to work creating marine-tailored pieces crafted from the highest quality materials. “The greatest challenge is certainly to produce modern pieces that are destined to last over time, respecting man and nature in the choice of materials and giving the products that artisan taste that makes them different from all,” they say.

“This is all while maintaining quality necessary for a high level product conceived to be used in particular conditions such as those on yachts.” For Summit Furniture, a typical scenario in a custom superyacht commission is that a client will want a bespoke version of one of their existing range, although one-off pieces are often produced too. The conversation will usually begin with a designer approaching the Summit team with a particular scheme they want executed. “Custom commissions mean that you can create something that fits a precise brief, purpose or function and the aesthetic of the client/designer,” says Hilary Gustafsson, Managing Director of Summit Furniture. “When it comes to the actual piece and finish of custom commissions, we tend to push the envelope from what is standard – we can easily accommodate that kind of bespoke request.” Communication during the creation process is an important part of getting custom commissions right. “The biggest challenge of a bespoke piece is meeting the precise visions and expectations of the client and it’s all about being clear about what will be delivered, especially when you are working with natural materials,” says Gustafsson.


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“At these levels you look for perfection and our quality levels are very high which is why we are popular with superyacht clients.” The commissioning of custom furniture often has the added bonus of being a very enjoyable and personal part of the superyacht ownership process that clients can be highly involved in. “Bespoke furniture is about the realization of a dream,” says Mark Boddington, Founder and CEO of Silver Lining Furniture, which has worked with more than 70 yachts of over 180 feet (55 meters) in the past 30 years. “Clients today want an experience in building a yacht not just an acquisition – they enjoy the interaction, playing their part in the creation process that they can share with family and friends.

Many pieces of custom superyacht furniture are the epitome of form meeting function – workable yet stunning to look at. Fletcher Tables have produced their unique expanding Fletcher Capstan tables for a number of superyachts including Northrop & Johnson charter yachts Baton Rouge, Encore and Ilona. The tables are made from the world’s finest hard woods and can be expanded as needed in a mesmerizingly fluid way.

“Our tables are particularly difficult to manufacture, as they are a fusion of precision engineering and exquisite furniture making,” says Nicholas Fletcher, Managing Director of Fletcher Burwell-Taylor. “When a client is commissioning a superyacht they are looking to create something unique, exciting and beautiful and the furniture and fittings have to be of the highest quality Once the team at Silver Lining have established a brief from in the making and finishing.” Because of the nature of the owners, and gained insight into their particular vision these kinds of products, exclusivity is part of the appeal. for their yacht, they set to work on an interactive creation “We are very low volume and produce something that is process. “We will begin a journey of discovery, to inspire both unique and superb quality, hence we get to work on and show what’s possible – in design creativity, in advancing some of the most exclusive yachts and houses.” Above all, craftsmanship and traditional and advanced materials,” attention to detail is crucial. “The key thing for superyacht says Boddington. “We start with a General Arrangement, custom furniture is to consider every single little detail identify key pieces to the owner and their family, such as a and I personally scrutinize and check every component desk, a dressing table, main dining table, etc. Depending on of the table, even if it is never seen and hidden in the the project we can work on a single design or in some case mechanism,” says Fletcher. “Everything has to be perfect over 40 pieces of furniture and wall art pieces.” and live up to the client’s expectations.”

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One obstacle faced by many manufacturers of custom superyacht furniture is the setting in which their pieces will be used, and subsequently it is important to tailor pieces to the unique marine environment that yachts operate in. Challenges might include humidity, fluctuating temperatures, salt air, high UV levels, weight considerations and the ability to relocate pieces around the yacht if required. “Our sundeck collection has been tailored to superyacht use and the related practical implications and everything can be easily moved around and is foldable/ stackable,” says Gustafsson. “It is important to design while keeping the functionality of a yacht in mind.” Many designers of custom furniture are also noting changes to the way clients use their yachts, and this has had an influence on the pieces being produced. “Yachts are becoming much more informal, rather than boardrooms at sea, and are homes to explore the wonders of the world; increasingly they are styled as understated rather than overstated – subtle rather than bling,” says Boddington. “Many superyacht owners are also now very aware of the environment and of a sustainable and ethical supply chain and wanting to make a difference. “ The briefs reflect that owners are looking for pieces that require minimal maintenance and are made from natural products.” With so much scope to create something that is truly personal, custom superyacht furniture is as unique as the yachts they live on. There is no doubt that the creative process and investment that goes into these pieces is well worth the end result.

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FLIGHT DECK G O I N G T H E D I S TA N C E Navigator takes a look at the best options to keep you up in the air for longer periods as you expand your horizons and venture farther afield WORDS DOUG GOLLAN

It is often said that the world is getting smaller, however, as more and more cruising grounds open up it could be said that the quite opposite is, in fact, the case. Reaching these ever-expanding areas may be harder; even if you have your own plane or private jet share, the range or seating limits might be feasible for business travel but not for longer distances to remote cruising grounds. Obviously, there is the option to charter a private jet on a trip-by-trip basis, with different types available, but often there are ferry fees to get the plane back to base and then return to pick you up. In essence, this means you have to purchase two round trips. When it comes to intercontinental flights, the costs can mount up. Not only that but, as typical with one-off jet charters, it also means that if there is a mechanical issue or a pilot gets sick, you can be left to find a replacement on short notice – something that may not be easy depending on where you are flying to or from.

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He adds, “Comparing the 6000 to the 7500 is a similar story. We have continued to take deliveries of the 6000 as we approach our first 7500 arrival early next year, at which point we will cut over to the flagship 7500. We already have commitments for the first two 7500s, and the drivers of those purchase decisions mirror that of the 6000 versus 5000—range and cabin space.” Gallagher notes, “Several of our early adopters of the 7500 were excited by the prospect of connecting distant city pairs without a fuel stop, which was necessary on their Global 6000 shares despite its impressive range.” An added benefit is that the fourth cabin zone in the 7500 adds one-third more living space and allows NetJets to introduce a permanent bed in the private aft stateroom. Other perks of the 7500 will be increased comfort, reconfigured windows and additional cabin amenities, as well as improved speed. If you are based in Europe and flying to your yacht in North America or vice versa, another NetJets advantage is its extensive fleet starting with the Embraer Phenom 300 in the light jet category. This means, if you flew on a Global from Zurich to Nassau, but then just three or four guests wanted to hop over to TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Vedra for a round of golf, you can get guaranteed availability on the smaller jet. In the recently released 2019 Business Jet Traveler Readers’


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Choice Survey, NetJets was voted best in all six categories rating fractional providers. It also won five of six categories in the Charter, Jet Cards and Membership Clubs categories. As Northrop & Johnson’s exclusive private aviation partner, NetJets extends exclusive benefits to Northrop & Johnson clients. For further information, ask your broker for details. VistaJet Another option for long-range private flights is VistaJet, a subsidiary of Dubai-based Vista Global Holding. It also owns XO, which it formed last year through a combination of XOJET and JetSmarter, both recent acquisitions. VistaJet took delivery of its first Global 7500 in January and expects to have six in its fleet by the end of the year, with plans to take delivery of another half dozen in 2022. To access its newest addition, you need to join its Program, which requires at least 50 flight hours per year and a three-year commitment. It also offers the Global 6000 and Global 5000 via the on-demand charter program or through its jet card. Among the perks of VistaJet is live inflight programming for your children – think Alice in Wonderland tea party inflight, in character, with Alice included. There is also a special menu for pets, and during the World Economic

Forum in Davos, it launched a new optional carbon offset program. Flexjet Flexjet, the second largest fractional fleet operator behind NetJets, offers the Gulfstream G650 as its fleet option for long-haul. Instead of using the typical currency of hours, it sells a day-based program that enables you to keep the same aircraft with you even when you aren’t flying. Currently, its program is limited to customers in New York and London, although that may change in the future. Jet Cards If you don’t want to make a multi-year commitment, there are now more short-term options that give you guaranteed availability, and fixed one-way rates, meaning no ferry fees, at least when it comes to flying between Europe and North America. In addition to NetJets’ G450 25- and 50-hour jet cards, Air Partner, the JetSet Group and Private Jet Services (PJS) all launched their own transatlantic membership programs last year. Starting at just ten hours of purchased time, you can book your flight with as little as 72 hours’ notice. Unlike the offerings from NetJets, VistaJet and Flexjet, you get a large cabin jet instead of a specific type, however, the tradeoff is that they are a feasible solution for a one-off trip.

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01 A quintessential Italian marriage Ferrari Portofino Famed for its picturesque coastline, the Amalfi Coast has long attracted waterborne travelers to discover its glorious culture, artistic heritage and vibrant culinary scene. Cruise from the historical city of Naples and the chic islands of Capri and Ischia across the bay to explore the shimmering coastline and cliffside fishing villages and lemon groves that dot the vertiginous landscape from Sorrento to Ravello. Step ashore in Ravello and take to the wheel of a Ferrari Portofino. An Italian tourer par excellence, the Portofino, which takes its name from the beautiful town on the Italian Riviera, combines unparalleled versatility and comfort with outright performance. Effortlessly handling the twists and turns along the heavenly coastal route from Ravello to Positano and across the headland to Sorrento, the Portofino comes into its own. As you glide along the SS163, hugging the coastline as it plunges into the sparkling Tyrrhenian Sea, the only decision to be made is whether to change from an authentic coupĂŠ to a drop top.

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02 Côte d’Azur Aston Martin DB11 For sheer opulence, nowhere can match the glamorous stretch of coastline from St. Tropez to Monaco – best discovered by superyacht. Afterwards (or before) enjoy a different perspective from the French Alps as you drive an Aston Martin through the Col de Turini mountain pass. If you can find one to drive, the Aston Martin One-77 is one of the most exclusive Astons of all time, but with only 77 made, getting your hands one is in nearly impossible. Fortunately, when it comes to Aston Martins we are inundated with beautiful models. Take your pick from the elegant open-top Aston Martin DB 11 Volante; the beautiful, mode day motoring icon Aston Martin DB9; or the more aggressive Aston Martin Vanquish, pure and simply a big-boy’s toy of unbridled prowess. They all beg to be enjoyed in one of the world’s most spectacular settings and promise the kind of pleasure and enjoyment that can only come from driving an Aston Martin.

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04 California Dreaming Lamborghini Huracán Evo Spyder One of the most scenic drives in America, California’s Pacific Coast Highway (sometimes called Highway 1) is well worth the hype. Spend a long weekend cruising around San Francisco Bay and Drake’s Bay, heading inland for a winery tour to Napa Valley, before swapping superyacht for Lamborghini in Half Moon Bay. The Huracán EVO Spyder delivers raw, unabashed performance as you take California’s State Highway 1 to sun-drenched Los Angeles. Revel in the sound of the 5.2-liter 10-cylinder engine as you drive along a variety of coastal landscapes, through small towns and California’s coastal winelands and alongside the Big Sur, crossing over the Bixby Bridge (one of the tallest single-span concrete bridges in the world) to L.A.’s Santa Monica Beach, stopping to overnight in the stunning Carmel-by-the-Sea, and stretching your legs along the infamous Pebble Beach.

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DOCK DINE YO T If you are planning on spending any time in South Florida and on the Intracoastal Waterway, make sure to dock and step ashore to the hot spot of the moment - YOT. WO R D S JA N I N E ST. D E N I S

Located in the Lauderdale Marine Center, a hub of all things yachting in Fort Lauderdale, YOT is the perfect spot for a weekend brunch, an afternoon lunch or a delightful dinner. The restaurant boasts stunning views from its prime waterside location, and guests can delight the senses with a mouthwatering menu comprising appetizers – such as the much-raved-about crispy brussels sprouts; an adventurous salad selection – including wasabi shrimp, and traditional Floridian burgers and lobster rolls. Those with a sweet tooth will be equally delighted by the guava cheesecake, chocolate fondant and South Florida classic Key lime pie.

In addition to a full wine list and selection of beers, YOT’s master mixologists shake up some spectacular cocktails behind the bar. Sip on the Lauderdale Mule, YOT’s take on the popular classic libation; savor the rum-based Marina Mile, or if you’re a traditionalist at heart, try the rum-based Marina Mile or the YOTsea Mango Margarita. Whatever your tipple, you cannot help but soak up the relaxed vibes at YOT.

YOT coordinates are 26º 05’ 53” N, 80º 09’ 58” W; New River South Fork. Dock hours for YOT are 10 am to 10 pm daily. The restaurant itself is open Sunday to Thursday from 11 am to 10 pm and Friday and Saturday from 11 am to 10 pm. YOT also offers a daily happy hour at the bar that runs all day Monday YOT’s waterside bar, which is situated right on the dock, and from 4 pm until close Tuesday to Sunday. Additionally, is the perfect place to enjoy a sundowner while overlooking brunch is available from 11 am to 4 pm on Saturdays and your yacht in the perfect light as the last of the sun’s rays Sundays and during those hours you can enjoy bottomless hit the water. Bloody Marys, Bellinis, mimosas and Strongbow ciders.


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01 Mandarin Oriental Bodrum, Turkey Located along Turkey’s glittering Aegean coastline, Mandarin Oriental Bodrum offers something for everyone looking to step ashore. Boasting views over Cennet Bay and your yacht anchored below, the resort is spread over nearly 150 acres and hosts a choice of restaurants (eight in total), hip bars, pools and beach cabanas along two white sandy beaches. However, the most impressive of the resort’s offerings is the spa. Spread over three levels, The Spa at Mandarin Oriental Bodrum offers eight treatment rooms and two spa suites, (one for VIPs, one for couples), plus outdoor spa cabanas with views of the Aegean Sea. The spa offers a myriad of treatments using locally-made olive oil, local pumice stone, and honey and herbs from the resort’s organic garden. – Best treatment? Try the aptly named Turkish Delight – lying down on warm stone, brushed with soft muslin, scrubbed with bubbles and massaged. A true hammam experience On the menu? Choose Assaggio for both its stunning setting on an expansive decked platform overlooking the sea and for its tasty Italian cuisine The vibe? Family-friendly Wow factor? Book the Orchid Spa Suite – a spa-designed hotel suite on the top floor – for ensuite massages and your own private sauna, hammam and a panoramic balcony

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02 Monastero Santa Rosa Amalfi Coast, Italy Perched high on the cliffs overlooking the Amalfi Coast, the Monastero Santa Rosa is a beautifully restored 17th-century convent that has been transformed into one of the most stylish properties along this coastline. The resort features beautiful terraced gardens, a cascading infinity pool, outdoor gym, and a fabulous spa. The Spa is housed in the original 17th-century property, where the old wine cellars serve as vaulted treatment rooms. The Italian heritage of bathing is presented in the form of a Thermal Suite, with a double-height vaulted Tepidarium Lounge, domed Aromatic Steam Room, Natural Rock Sauna and more. Treatments use Santa Maria Novella’s herbal creams and balms, that were originally made by Florentine monks. – Best treatment? The Arnica Massage uses healing Santa Maria Novella oils and tonics to relieve aches and pains On the menu? Truffle-laden pasta at the Michelin-starred Il Refettorio The vibe? Classic chic Wow factor? The Spa Suite is an 860sqft (80sqm) double-height vaulted space with its own Rasul chamber, steam room, relaxation lounge, and private terrace.

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03 Andronis Arcadia Santorini, Greece When cruising the Cyclades, escape the crowds at the newest addition to the spa scene: Andronis Arcadia on Santorini. The Evexia Spa is a welcome addition to the island, which, despite its volcanic mud and thermal waters, has never been big on spas. However, superyacht guests can now experience treatments from big names in their field, including Denise Leicester, founder of the organic brand ila, the products of which feature in many of the therapies. Aside from the spa, Arcadia features a giant infinity pool boasting views toward Ios and Sikinos, a yoga pavilion and a number of restaurants. – Best treatment? Hair Profiling – within 20 minutes your therapist can create a full wellness profile used to build a unique well-being program On the menu? Eat like Plato and Aristotle at the rooftop Opson Restaurant, where the menu has been created in collaboration with an archaeologist to include dishes that would have been enjoyed by the ancient Greeks The vibe? Uber-luxe Wow factor? Insta-ready infinity pool.


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04 Château Saint-Martin & Spa Vence, France When cruising along the French Riviera, head to the hills behind Vence to the stunning Château Saint-Martin & Spa. Just a 40-minute drive inland from Antibes or Cannes, this Provençal retreat comprises an ancient castle set in a 340-acre estate. The spa itself is carved into a cliff, and is the perfect place to restore and rebalance. Boasting four luxurious treatment rooms and a spa gazebo out in the elegant gardens, treatments use Bamford and La Prairie products. The Michelin-starred restaurant, Le Saint-Martin, is fine dining at its best but without the fuss. Walls lined with Matisse prints compete with views toward the coast from the panoramic terrace, while Michelin-starred chef Jean-Luc Lefrançois delivers light, Provençal dishes. – Best treatment? The Haute Couture Rose Tango Treatment On the menu? Seabass in a pistachio crust with polenta and olives; lemon basil sorbet The vibe? Old-school glamor Wow factor? The scene-stealing views from the infinity pool inspire absolute relaxation.


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05 Capri Palace Hotel Capri, Italy For those looking for something a little more serious on the spa menu, the Capri Beauty Farm at the Capri Palace Hotel is an award-winning medi-spa. White-washed and surrounded by lemon groves, the spa is a sanctuary sitting more than 1,000 feet (300 meters) above sea level, with panoramic views over the Gulf of Naples. Attracting celebrities from the world over, the award-winning Capri Beauty Farm offers niche treatments and therapies including weight loss programs and nutrition plans alongside a more traditional spa menu. – Best treatment? The Leg School® treatment, which effectively treats and improves circulation, favors lymphatic drainage, and reduces water retention On the menu? Il Riccio is a smart beach club overlooking Capri’s famous Blue Grotto and is a perfect lunch setting The vibe? 100% Dolce Vita Wow factor? The Capri Palace Hotel boasts two Michelin-starred restaurants – L’Olivo with two and Il Riccio with one.

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06 La Réserve Ramatuelle St. Tropez, France Escape the crowds at Pampelonne and head to nearby La Réserve Ramatuelle. Perched on the cliffs, overlooking your yacht anchored below, La Réserve straddles the best of both worlds and is the perfect place to recalibrate, refine and retune. Just ten minutes from St. Tropez, the entire property is effortlessly cool and private, hidden as it is by a blanket of umbrella pines. The 10,000sqft wellness center offers customized programs (think luxury bootcamps), hydrotherapy sessions and a wide selection of massages and facials. Added to this is the Michelin-starred La Voile restaurant. – Best treatment? Better-aging massage – an osteopathic session with lymphatic draining and cupping On the menu? Roasted langoustine with lemon zest, citrus fruit and aloe vera marmalade The vibe? Effortlessly cool Wow factor? Rooftop Japanese dining under the stars or the Philippe Stark designed beach club La Réserve à la Plage.


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07 Euphoria Retreat Peloponnese, Greece Sitting on the doorstep of the Peloponnese peninsula, west of Athens, is the Euphoria Retreat. Fusing the ancient Greek wisdom of Hippocrates with traditional Chinese medicine, Euphoria Retreat is a great alternative to Asia’s spiritual spas. The 200-year-old stone mansion sits beneath the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Mount Taygetus, and the contemporary spa sits in the pine-clad forest. Centered around an inner well, facilities include an infrared sauna, a Himalayan salt room, a Watsu pool, hammam, treatment rooms and a domed, indoor pool. Days involve all manner of activities, from energetic calorieburning fitness programs to meditation or relaxation by the pool. – Best treatment? The 3GL finger prick test – an Ergo Physiological scanning that detects your respiratory quotient and metabolic rate On the menu? Euphoria specializes in delivering an individually-targeted meal plan according to your 3GL results The vibe? Holistic haven Wow factor? The water reverberates with the songs of whales and dolphins.


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08 Blue Palace Resort & Spa Crete, Greece When cruising in Greece take advantage of the healing properties of the sea with a thalassotherapy treatment at The Elounda Spa at the Blue Palace in Crete. Beating the stiff competition in Elounda (think Six Senses Spa Elounda), the spa offers 24 treatment rooms, thalassotherapy pools, traditional Turkish hammams and a relaxation pool. – Best treatment? The Traditional Cretan Experience including seawater treatment with body scrub using dried herbs and honey, and massage using olive oil, herbs and honey On the menu? Relax in the shade of olive trees by the water’s edge at the Isola Beach Club where light and refreshing dishes are created from locally-sourced produce The vibe? Relaxed bohemian Wow factor? Boat trips to Spinalonga island, a national monument just across Mirabello Bay.

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Finding the space to build a new home can be challenging, especially when your dream home is by the sea. Climate, space, views, freedom, infrastructure, services, quality – ticking every box is nearly impossible. Grenada’s The Point at Petite Calivigny is a unique opportunity to own an unsurpassed architectural masterpiece in a location that embraces both the land and sea. Located outside the hurricane belt in one of the world’s top cruising areas, the idyllic tranquility of the surrounding island undoubtedly makes this private sanctuary the perfect place to create a home that can be enjoyed for generations.

Situated on undeniably the most spectacular location on the island of Grenada, in close proximity to the island capital of St George’s, The Point is a one-of-a-kind property. Exclusive plots include two-bedroom condominiums, three-bedroom villas through to owning the entire eightacres of undeveloped prime real estate. A safe haven for affluent yacht owners and their families, the resort itself sits above a secluded, private-access beach and its own private deep-water marina in a marine sanctuary. Owners and their guests have access to all the resort facilities, including a personal concierge service.


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A The Bodrum Peninsula The place where the Aegean meets the Mediterranean, the Bodrum Peninsula is the most popular yachting center on the western shore. A rounded headland jutting into the Aegean, it lies opposite the Greek island of Kos and between Turkey’s busier resort areas of Kuşadasi to the north and Marmaris to the south. Its cosmopolitan charm and strategic coastal position have contributed to its popularity as the ideal embarkation point for a superyacht charter. Founded 400 years B.C., it has plenty to offer any culture vultures in the charter party but is equally up to date with stylish, secluded resorts and a jet-set crowd to rival Capri or St. Tropez.

The Bodrum Peninsula offers a wide choice of marinas, including the Milta Bodrum Marina that occupies the main part of the harbor, close to the historic center of the city, and Port Bodrum Yalikavak in the northwest of the peninsula. The latter is where you will find plenty of bars, restaurants and boutiques, as well as a private yacht club and an amphitheater for concerts and shows. Surrounded by the homes of many of the Turkish aristocracy, it is also the location for some of the country’s most exclusive hotels and resorts. Step ashore to dine at BRAVA at The Bodrum EDITION. The thatched-roof beachfront spot serves Latin American-inflected sharing platters made with Turkish ingredients. After a delectable long lunch, enjoy cocktails at Discetto as international and local DJ talent take to the decks. If, on the other hand, relaxation and rejuvenation are what you desire, head across the

water for a treatment at the Six Senses Kaplankaya. Rising up from the shore into a scrub of pistachio and olive trees, Kaplankaya is a smart hideout where you will find not just the Six Senses, but three more hotels and a marina in the offing. Back on board, cruise on to the historic town of Bodrum itself. The attractive port, which is presided over by the Castle of St. Peter, has garnered comparisons to St. Tropez, with cafés, bars and restaurants bustling with locals and visitors. Spend the day embracing the town’s cultural riches and Bohemian lifestyle. Try one of the great ocakbaşi restaurants in the Kumbahçe district, on Atatürk and Cumhuriyet streets. The cuisine, the bazaars and the hammams are inherently oriental, while the culture is a very easy-going variety of Islamic. By day the calls of the muezzin resound; at night the town reverberates with the sound of clubs and bars. Early evening, take the tender around the headland for cocktails and chilled beats at the Buddha-Bar Beach Bodrum. The legendary Buddha-Bar Beach chose the glistening Aegean as the prime spot to open its 10th international location last summer and has already become the chic hot spot for the discerning yachting crowd. Tip – Book tickets for a live performance at the Bodrum Amphitheatre. Listen to music in an arena that once echoed to the baying of a bloodthirsty crowd. In ancient times, its capacity was about 13,000. Now, it’s a much more intimate 4,000 - outdoors of course

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Much of the peninsula retains an intrinsic charm, coastal towns and villages remain low-rise; the stonebuilt houses embellished with the bright colors of flowering bougainvillea. Cruise just a few nautical miles from Bodrum’s bustling waterfront deep inside the Gulf of Gökova, dropping anchor in one of the many small bays, all of which offer quiet seclusion in picture-perfect settings. Moor in the harbor of the ancient fourth-century B.C. Greek city of Caria, now known as Knidos, embedded into the westernmost tip of the headland. Here you will find the remains of the temple of Aphrodite, the goddess of love and historically the first major nude statue of a woman in western culture. Spend the next few days hopping around from mooring to mooring in the largely uninhabited Datça Peninsula. Stretching over 50 miles from east to west from the mainland to Knidos, the peninsula’s western coast is low lying, with vast beaches caressed by the Etesian winds in the summer. To the east, the coast is rocky with inlets and bays backed by pine forests.

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Spend the days enjoying watersports in the bay before crossing to the picturesque harbor of Datça. Full of good restaurants and bars, the marina itself is a hub of activity and a great place to enjoy an apéritif while watching perambulating crowds along the quayside and the reflection of the taverna lights on the water as the sun settles for the night. This is when the pace picks up, the shops staying open far into the night, inviting a post-dinner browse. Sift through the carpets, ceramics and textiles and bargain with the shopkeepers (a Turkish tradition). Occupying a large part the eastern end of the peninsula, the luxurious D Maris Bay presides over five white-sand beaches and is the perfect place to step ashore for a treatment at the resort’s Mytha Spa, one of the best in the whole Mediterranean. The culinary scene is equally appealing, offering a sophisticated lineup of dining concepts ranging from a seaside tavern, beach clubs and bars, to outposts of the famed Zuma and La Guérite. Tip – Swim in Datça’s small freshwater lake, immersing yourself under the small waterfall


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Bozburun Peninsula Between Datça and Marmaris, the Bozburun Peninsula is a sailor’s dream, dotted with picturesque harbors and coves that are only accessible by boat. Nature rules along this stretch of coastline, where stunning views appear around every turn. Quieter than neighboring Datça, at its heart lies the town that gave the peninsula its name. Famous for building traditional wooden gulets, Bozburun is quiet and relaxed, with tavernas concealed amid the shade of the trees serving traditional local cuisine. It has an authentic feel with a lot of small town charisma. Further along the coastline, Marmaris has a very different feel. Known as Turkey’s yachting capital, it is situated in one of the world’s largest natural harbors and has a very ancient history due to its geographical position. The bay itself has always enjoyed a strategic location, partly thanks to its natural harbor protected by a narrow passage and a fortified town. Its castle dates back to the 14th century, and in the more recent past, Admiral Nelson took shelter here while preparing for the Battle of the Nile and his victory over the French Armada. Today the bay enjoys a different type of sailing activity, attracting vessels of all sizes from sailing yachts and superyachts to Turkish gulets. Stroll along the waterfront, where most of the socializing takes place, avoiding the blaring beats of the promenade and seeking out the boutique-lined streets and a vibrant bazaar bustling with Turkish trinkets. D

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Tip – Catch an open-air concert in the amphitheater in the older Kaleiçi district F Bay of Ekincik Cruising east from Marmaris you will come across the beautiful pine-clad Bay of Ekincik. The conservation area has stunning beaches that have often been compared to the white sandy beaches of the Maldives. Jump in and swim near the breeding grounds of the loggerhead turtle before taking a local boat to the Roman ruins of Caunus; the ancient city is located on the Dalyan River. The Venetian-style channel meanders between the cliffs that shelter small tombs built by the Lycians in the 4th century B.C. Further along is the Roman site of Caunus, with its baths complex and impressive amphitheater that dominates the ancient harbor.

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Tip – Before heading back to your yacht, relax in the Sultaniye thermal baths nearby. Said to cure all ills, the waters reach temperatures of over 104°F

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Tip – The most popular swimming spot in the bay is Cleopatra’s Bath. Legend has it that Cleopatra used the cove for bathing, however there is no evidence

Göcek itself has increased in popularity, becoming a major yachting destination. All types of yachts up to 330 feet (100 meters) can find a mooring place in the three marinas located here. Disembark and explore the town’s cobbled streets and twisted alleyways filled with little shops and tavernas and raise a glass to celebrate the end of your Aegean cruise. Tip – The Turkish baths at Göcek’s Pier Marina are the perfect place to experience a typical hammam treatment involving a steam room, followed by a scrub and wash and a head-to-toe massage – all while lying on a hot marble slab

For a seamless travel experience you can fly directly to Dalaman or Bodrum with NetJets, Northrop & Johnson’s preferred private jet partner. www.netjets.com


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Set where the Caribbean meets the western Atlantic, St. Kitts is an enchanting destination for seafarers from around the world. The island’s well-equipped marinas and naturally protected deepwater harbours create an idyllic setting for an extended stay or exhilarating stopover on a loop through the Leeward Islands. Whether you’re dropping anchor in a secluded cove for swimming and snorkeling, or heading ashore for drinks, dining, and island exploring, discover the splendor of St. Kitts.


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Constantly reinventing itself, New York remains one of the most dynamic cities in the world. Having had a difficult time of recent, the city that never sleeps has put its troubles behind and is again welcoming visitors to enjoy its bright lights and culture. From Manhattan’s center outwards, each enclave vies for attention. Every New Yorker has a favorite restaurant, coffee shop, pizza place, rooftop bar, museum and art gallery, and competition is fierce among the inhabitants of its various districts as to which holds the best of each At the time of going to press Manhatten’s restaurants and hotels are forging ahead with reopening plans with the highest priority on health and saftey. Many of the hotels are open with limited services, with plans to be fully operational within the next few weeks, while some restaurants have expanded into al fresco dining where possible.


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Eat, Drink & Dance At Oiji, Korean born chef-patrons Brian Kim and Tae Kyung Ku have created an intimate East Village hit, which continues to garner ecstatic reviews. Traditional Korean drinks such as Seoljungmae plum wine are paired with beautifully presented fluffy snow crab, jellyfish and honey butter chips. New York’s most authentic French brasserie, Balthazar is always bustling as is Lafayette, Chef Carmellini’s grand café and bakery, with gorgeous Roman and Williams interiors. For the best Italian, Via Carota in the West Village has quietly become the New Yorker foodie’s favorite restaurant. Feroce, by Francesco Panella of Antica Pesa fame, is in the Moxy NYC Chelsea hotel in the flower district and is a haunt for countless A-listers. Keep an eye out for the Sant Ambroeus coffee shops for Milanese fare and try the signature chocolate cake on Sotheby’s terrace. For the best pizza try Cozzolino and Procino’s offering at Ribalta. If there is no time for The Hamptons, there is always the fabulous wooden schooner Grand Banks, moored at Pier 25 and reminiscent of the floating oyster barges that lined Manhattan’s waterfront two centuries ago. Chef Kerry Heffernan serves sustainably harvested local oysters and what many claim is the best lobster roll in New York. For rooftop life, the palm-fringed, canopied space at The Delancey has beautiful frozen margaritas and views of the Williamsburg Bridge, and Le Bain at The Standard in the meatpacking district is where the young and beautiful drink Love Amid the Frostbite cocktails and soak in the hottub. Salon de Ning at The Peninsula has a Hamptons-inspired look for its lively and bright alfresco lounge. The delightful murals at Bemelmans Bar in The Carlyle make this bar a style destination, and the best Negroni is rumored to be served at Pisellino, newly opened last May by the Via Carota team. Do & Discover It’s almost impossible to narrow down the range of things to do in New York. World class museums, art galleries, theaters and shopping districts abound. Take a sevenminute ferry ride to serene Governors Island to cycle bike paths lined with outdoor art, then relax in a red hammock with Statue of Liberty views. Later, catch a revival or indie film at Metrograph or the Paris Theatre and then sip a Manhattan in candlelit jazz club Blue Note. Walk the Highline, an elevated linear park created on a former railroad spur on the West Side or stroll around Chelsea Market’s food stalls. Create your own perfume at Bond No. 9 and then waft around the Whitney Museum of American Art or the Guggenheim.

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The Hamptons Celebrated for its pristine beaches, vineyards and estates, Long Island is the residence of countless artists and photographers drawn to its beauty and natural light. The stretch of beaches that dot the coast, a mere 90 miles from New York City, evoke a far simpler lifestyle than the hectic metropolis. Watch the Atlantic waves roll in, walk along the beach to find the perfect clam shack or sit with sandy feet at the ice-cream shop counter. The Hamptons is more about who you know with a beachfront house on Gin Lane than swanky hotels, but there are a couple of real gems. The Maidstone Hotel was reimagined in 2018 and has some lovely little cottages to stay in, with East Hampton’s antique stores, galleries and boutiques nearby. The chic Topping Rose House is a beautiful 1842 revival style mansion, with a farm-totable restaurant and lovely cottage suites. Shou Sugi Ban House is a super-luxe wabi-sabi wellness retreat with light-filled spaces. Executive Chef Mads Refslund, co-founder of Noma, has brought an inventive, plant-rich menu to the garden restaurant. The retro Bay Burger near Sag Harbor serves old-fashioned fifties-style American food, with grilled-cheese sandwiches, hot dogs, superb milkshakes and soda fountains with free refills.

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Scoop Du Jour is where the A-list bring their children for ice cream and Schmidt’s Market & Produce do outstanding salads as well as in-house catering for dinner parties – specialities include a classic lobster bake. Drive out to sheltered Louse Point Beach in Springs, beloved by Jackson Pollock and Napeague Beach in Amagansett, which is often deserted. Hire paddleboards out of Three Mile Harbor or take a guided nature tour through some of the area’s calmest waters. You can take the children crabbing at Sagaponack and Georgica ponds and then to buy luscious local peaches and cherries from roadside stalls or fill them with sweets from Dylan’s Candy Bar, owned by Ralph Lauren’s daughter. New York and its Long Island extension is a destination of dichotomies, enervating and exhilarating, humbling and inspiring, laid-back and frenetic. It has an endless supply of new, hip, world-leading restaurants, hotels, entertainment and culture, and the lure of its glimmering lights show no sign of dimming. For a seamless travel experience you can fly with NetJets, Northrop & Johnson’s preferred private jet partner, directly to West Hampton (FOK) without any restrictions on any of the NetJets fleet. NetJets’ light and midsize cabin aircraft, as well as the super-midsize Bombardier Challenger 350, can fly to the East Hampton Airport (HTO). www.netjets.com

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If a superyacht is the ultimate opportunity for escape, a private jet is an essential tool for getting you to your yacht in a comfortable, stress-free and timely way. Northrop & Johnson has partnered with NetJets, the global leader in private aviation for more than 55 years, to escort clients to the world’s most stunning cruising grounds in absolute style. Flying with NetJets not only affords high levels of security; it provides a means to escape media attention, the masses and the complexities of daily life. From hassle-free check-in to unrivaled service up in the air and the flexibility to travel on your own terms, there are many advantages to flying with NetJets.


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PLANE SPEAK When it comes to flying with NetJets, it isn’t a case of “one jet fits all.” From short jaunts along the Mediterranean coast to transatlantic travel, NetJets offers access to the finest fleet of private aircraft in the world. Follow our expert guide to find the most-suitable jet for your next superyacht adventure.


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PRECIOUS TIME BOMBARDIER GLOBAL 6000 The Global 6000 is perfect for arriving in style with family and friends. Heading from New York to cruise the glittering coastline of Sardinia with the children and grandparents? With a 13.5-hour range, you’ll be able to get to your preferred cruising ground from just about anywhere on board the Global 6000. A private room for those looking for uninterrupted rest while up in the air will ensure guests arrive relaxed and refreshed, and a highly trained and experienced NetJets flight attendant will keep all passengers comfortable throughout the flight. Best Use • New York to Sardinia • Multigenerational family on summer vacation By the Numbers Passengers: 13 Max endurance: 13.5 hours Baggage: 195ft³ Cabin Height: 6.25ft

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The name says it all; located along the exclusive Meadow Lane, Waterview is in one of the most sought-after areas in famed Southampton. The perfect family sanctuary, this classic sun-filled oceanfront home boasts expansive living areas and enviable views. Initially designed by Hamptons-based architectural firm Suter & Suter for a prominent family, the sprawling estate on 4.25 acres awaits new owners to enjoy the best of Hamptons living.   

A private gated driveway meandering through lush grounds leads you to the sprawling 6,000-square-foot estate with an additional 3,000 square feet of outdoor living space, which includes a tennis court, swimming pool, and more. Inside, the impeccably appointed, sophisticated yet functional design throughout the five-bedroom, five-anda-half bath home is perfectly complemented by the unrivaled views.

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On the second level, the heart of the residence is the spacious octagon-shaped great room with a dome skylight ceiling which floods the room with light during the day and captures the twinkling stars at night. “There is distinct ‘gleam and shine’ to this level – as if the water is reflected off the sand and permeates the interior entirely with natural light,” comments Mr. Davis.The second level also boasts a large dining room (with a discreetly appointed chef ’s kitchen), office with fireplace, and east wing master retreat. Enjoy the fantastic views from inside or out on one of three decks (one covered for those occasional rainy days) that complete this level. An additional four bedrooms and four baths are located on the first floor, while the lower levels houses a generous twocar garage, mudroom, wine room, and storage space. And in the event you are seeking more space, the property has been recently approved for additional usable living spaces. Waterview is for the extraordinary individual, whose discriminating tastes lean toward perfection – such as reflected in this unmatched quality Meadow Lane estate that some have called a melding of Hollywood glamour with Hampton’s elegance.   Offered at $32,000,000  For more information and private showing, please contact Tim Davis, Licensed Associate Broker, Corcoran Group Real Estate; 24 Main Street, Southampton, NY 11968 631.702.9211 or 516.356.5736; tgdavis@corcoran.com

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01 MarineMax acquires Northrop & Johnson Early summer 2020, Northrop & Johnson announced its acquisition by MarineMax, Inc. Together with Fraser Yachts, which was acquired by MarineMax in 2019, Northrop & Johnson is now part of MarineMax’s global team thus creating an unprecedented superyacht powerhouse. Brett McGill, Chief Executive Officer and President of MarineMax, stated, “The acquisition of Northrop & Johnson furthers the MarineMax commitment to fulfilling our mission of exceptional customer service, regardless of whether a client is buying, selling, insuring, building, crewing or chartering. The combination allows us to provide an even greater network to serve our customers’ shared passion for yachting.” We look forward to making yachting easier and more accessible joining forces with Fraser and MarineMax. 02 Daniel Ziriakus Promoted to President & COO In early 2020, Daniel Ziriakus was promoted to the position of President & Chief Operating Officer. Before taking on his new role, Daniel was the company’s Chief Operating Officer for five years. With this appointment, Daniel has ultimate responsibility for global operations worldwide. The firm’s current President and shareholder Kevin Merrigan remains as CEO in a strategic boardlevel role. During his time as COO, Daniel helped the firm grow from a primarily U.S.-focused, medium-size yacht sales company to a full-service global yacht brokerage business with offices around the world. Northrop & Johnson has evolved into the largest U.S. superyacht brokerage house, producing doubledigit growth in revenue every year since Daniel acquired the COO position. In addition to overseeing the firm’s expansion, Daniel has been integral in revitalizing the company’s brand and reorganizing the marketing and sales departments to position the company for growth. With Daniel at the helm, the company is ushering in a new era of ‘modern yacht brokerage’ with a strategic focus on solid customer engagement via traditional customer service applications enhanced by industry-changing modern technology platforms. 03 Northrop & Johnson Partners with Viasat In late 2019, Northrop & Johnson announced a partnership with Viasat, a renowned global communications firm with more than 30 years of expertise in shaping how its customers, including businesses, governments and even yacht owners, communicate. When choosing Viasat, clients are guaranteed a global communications network with high-quality, affordable, fast and secure connections, even while cruising off the beaten path. Viasat’s maritime Internet service is complete with a fully managed onboard networking system. Viasat is able to create unique programs specifically tailored to each yacht and owner’s specifications to ensure there are no data caps, plus HD streaming. Clients will enjoy the on-land, at-home Internet experience while at sea courtesy of Viasat’s high-capacity satellite system, which boasts the latest generation of scalable networking tools, ensuring high-speed and high security. 03


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FA Q s YAC H T P U R C H AS E The experts at Northrop & Johnson help you navigate the complexities of the superyacht market as they answer those not-so-Frequently Asked Questions Why are some yachts not available for sale or charter to U.S. residents while in U.S. waters? Any yacht or vessel that was not built in the USA and has therefore never paid U.S. customs duty, or a vessel that has been built in the USA but then exported and currently operating under a foreign flag, cannot be offered for sale or charter to U.S. citizens while in U.S. waters until it makes a formal entry into the USA. USA duty – assessed at 1.5% of the appraised value – is a one-time taxable event. A duty-free formal entry can be made if duty had previously been paid and can be proven with a receipt or a returning U.S.-built vessel.

05 Northrop & Johnson Partners with Embark Beyond Northrop & Johnson and EMBARK Beyond announced a new partnership in late 2019 to elevate the five-star experiential elements of chartering luxury yachts around the globe. An international luxury travel and lifestyle firm founded by Jack Ezon, EMBARK Beyond delivers tailor-made insider experiences. The completely custom VIP experiences produced by the brand allows clients to enhance their luxury yacht charters, ensuring they truly are once-ina-lifetime holidays. The partnership between Northrop & Johnson and EMBARK Beyond is a natural fit as both brands pride themselves on sincere dedication to their clients and providing nothing but the absolute best possible service. Northrop & Johnson’s charter brokers work hand-in-hand with the knowledgeable and professional team members from EMBARK Beyond to expertly craft experiences for clients that will exceed all expectations and take an already spectacular luxury yacht charter to an unimaginable level.

Why are some yachts for sale VAT paid and others not? Whether you will have to pay Value Added Tax (VAT) on your superyacht purchase depends largely on where you plan to keep it. A yacht belonging to an E.U. citizen or a yacht with an E.U. country flag must have VAT paid. If the yacht is a non-E.U. vessel and you are planning on keeping the yacht in E.U. waters, VAT may still be applicable and this will depend on the length of time that you are planning to keep the yacht in E.U. waters. VAT rates range from 15% to 25% of the yacht’s value depending on the country. Once it is paid in one country its VAT status is (normally) recognized by other tax authorities. It is possible to bring the superyacht through a country with a lower VAT rate, such as Cyprus, Madeira or Malta, but the removal of a yacht from E.U. waters for a specific period of time may mean VAT must be paid again. Yachts that may be exempt from VAT include those built and moored in the E.U. before a certain past date (often difficult to prove), and those registered outside the E.U., owned by a non-E.U. resident and used only briefly in the E.U. If the superyacht is to be chartered, establishing a company as purchaser in the Isle of Man can also neutralize VAT payments. It is worth noting that it is up to you to prove your yacht’s VAT status and you must always have the correct paperwork onboard. Who pays the yacht broker’s commission? The yacht broker’s commission is payable by the seller. The commission is usually ten percent of the purchase price on completion of the sale, split between the selling broker and buying broker in a 40/60 split. For further pearls of wisdom on any off-the-cuff questions relating to the superyacht market, please contact your Northrop & Johnson broker.


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AMELS 220 220ft (67.1m) Amels Sold by Rolf Smith & Todd Rittenhouse CRESCENT 164 (01) 164ft (50m) Crescent Sold by Paul Daubner & Steve Elario CHASSEUR 160ft (48.8m) Christensen Sold by Ed Dickinson LADY ELLEN II (02) 158ft (48m) CRN Sold by Wes Sanford & Sean Doyle PRAXIS (03) 143ft (43.5m) Feadship Sold by Kristen Klein & Kevin Merrigan GREY MIST 133ft (40.5m) Camper & Nicholsons Sold by Babb Rawlings NEXT CHAPTER (04) 130ft (40m) Westport Sold by Wes Sanford & Kevin Merrigan IMPETUOUS 119ft (36.3m) Crescent Sold by Wes Sanford SIN OR SWIM (05) 116ft (35.2m) Azimut Sold by Sean Doyle SHAMANNA (06) 115ft (35m) Nautor ‘s Swan Sold by Joost Goverts EXIT STRATEGY 110ft (33.5m) Broward Sold by Kristen Klein LE CAPRICE IV 108ft (32.9m) Pershing Sold by Jim Poulsen MIRABILIS 108ft (32.9m) Ferretti Sold by Joe Foggi

CROWBRIDGE 103ft (31.4m) Cantieri Navale Diano Sold by Ed Dickinson & Joost Goverts SORRIDENTE 95ft (28.9m) Azimut Sold by Philip Bell PURA VIDA 95ft (28.9m) Sunseeker Sold by Sean Doyle & Wes Sanford MY SOO TOO 95ft (28.9m) Ferretti Yachts Sold by David Seal

BILL & ME 78ft (23.8m) Baltic Yachts Sold by James Munn

BLUE MAGIC 64ft (19.5m) Nautor’s Swan Sold by Simon Turner

ROCKETSHIP 52ft (15.8m) Viking Yachts Sold by Paul Daubner

BLUE HERON 78ft (23.8m) Marlow Sold by Bill Titus

LADY CYNTHIA 64ft (19.5m) Jefferson Yachts Sold by Jim Elliott

SKY’S LIMIT 52ft (32m) Riva Sold by Sebastien Clave

INEVITABLE 78ft (23.8m) Marlow Sold by Wes Sanford

ENDURANCE 62ft (18.9m) Tyler Boat Company Sold by Brian Commette

PRESTIGE 500 50ft (24.4m) Prestige Yachts Sold by Mathias Chouraki

MISS II 78ft (23.8m) Jaguar Sold by Joost Goverts

MOON RIVER 62ft (18.9m) Nordhavn Sold by Bruce Leffers

TESORO 50ft (22.9m) Viking Yachts Sold by Kevin Kramer

ALERRE 60ft (18.3m) Nautor’s Swan Sold by Simon Turner

SAYANG 44ft (13.5m) Hanse Yachts Sold by Marcus Overman & Jim Poulsen

BAD DADDY 76ft (23.2m) Spencer Sold by Kevin Kramer

VINTAGE 60ft (18.3m) Vic Franck Sold by Tom Corkett

GOLDEN EAGLE 44ft (13.4m) Sea Ray Sold byTom Corkett

PASSION V 75ft (23m) Guy Couach Sold by Sebastien Clave

INVISIBLE 60ft (18.3m) Nautor’s Swan Sold by Simon Turner

MUST B NICE 44ft (13.4m) Sports Cat Sold by Paul Daubner

VALKYRIE 74ft (22.5m) Mochi Sold by Joe Foggia

REEF POINTS 60ft (18.3m) Reichel/Pugh Sold by Bill Titus

ULTRESS 43ft (14.9m) Gr& Bay Sold by Bill Titus Bruce Leffers

PULSAR II 73ft (22.2m) X-Yachts Sold by Joost Goverts

SURVIVOR 57ft (17.4m) Riviera Sold by Martin Holmes

SEXY WHEELS 42ft (42.7m) Princess s old by Johan Kritzinger

VOLARE 73ft (22.2m) Sensational Yachts Sold by Hank Halsted

FAMILY TIME 56ft (17m) Sea Ray Sold by Todd Rittenhouse

NO NAME 37ft (19.2m) Intrepid Sold byBabb Rawlings

NIKITA 72ft (21.9m) Southern Ocean Sold by Bruce Leffers

MID SUMMER’S DREAM 55ft (16.8m) Hinckley Sold by Jonathan Chapman

KIMBERLY II 35ft (10.67m) Everglades Sold byTodd Rittenhouse

MYTHOS 72ft (21.9m) Sanlorenzo Sold by Michael Graff

JANUS OF LONDON 53ft (16.2m) Oyster Marine Sold by Bill Titus

AURORE 81ft (24.7m) Burger Sold by Tom Babbit

COLUMBO BREEZE 66ft (20.1m) Oyster Sold by Kevin Merrigan & Kristen Klein

LEGACY 53ft (16.2m) Navigator Sold by Jim Elliott

STELLA BULE 33ft (9.4m) Intrepid Sold by Bruce Leffers & Hank Halsted

LA PACE 81ft (24.7m) Ferretti Sold by Michael Nethersole

KICK’N IT 66ft (20.1m) Viking Yachts Sold by Wes Sanford

YANKEE 80ft (24.4m) Atlantic Tallship Schooner Sold by Brian Commette

PREVAIL 65ft (19.8m) Hodgdon Yachts Sold by Simon Turner & Hank Halsted

INVADER 93ft (28.3m) Burger Sold by Jim Elliott ELLISUM 88ft (27m) Canados Sold by Ed Dickinson ACE 85ft (25.9m) Falcon Sold by Ed Dickinson STEPHANIE 85ft (25.9m) Princess Sold by Kristen Klein NO RULES 84ft (25.6m) Lazzara Sold by Paul Daubner TAURI 82ft (24.9m) Sunseeker Sold by Paul Daubner ELEGANTE 82ft (24.9m) McQueen Sold by Paul Daubner ZWEISAMKEIT 82ft (24.9m) Alia Yachts Sold by Bill Titus

WHISTLE 76ft (23.2m) Lazzara Sold by Wes Sanford & Sean Doyle

RIVADIVA 52ft (15.8m) Riva Sold by Sebastien Clave KIWI 52ft (15.8m) Malcolm Tennant Sold by Jonathan Chapman

OHANA 30ft (16.2m) Cutwater Sold by Paul Daubner SAMARA 28ft (36m) Shannon Yachts Sold by Brian Commette ARCHER 26ft (14m) Wasque Sold by Brian Commette


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ELIZABETH 118ft (35.9m) Trinity Broker Philip Bell

COOL BREEZE 78ft (23.8m) Michael Schmidt Broker Simon Turner

ROPEWALK 59ft (17.9m) Grand Banks Broker Bruce Leffers

TOMMY BELLE 116ft (35.4m) Lubeck Broker Ed Dickinson

AMERICA 75ft (22.9m) Trumpy Broker Jonathan Chapman

REVERENCE 58ft (17.7m) Tayana Broker Jim Elliot

STEADFAST 112ft (34.1m) Barattucci Broker Kevin Kramer

VELOCE 74ft (22.6m) Lanzarote Broker Paul Daubner

ALMOST HEAVEN 55ft (16.8m) Zeelander Broker John Slate

REE 112ft (34.14m) Valdettaro Broker Jakob Gradisek

NAMHARA 74ft (22.6m) Vicem Broker Michael Nethersole

REEL WIT 52ft (15.8m) Riviera Broker Babb Rawlings

OLDE SALT 111ft (33.8m) Aegean Broker Richard Callendar

WHITE GARUDA 72ft (21.9m) Jongert Broker Talal Cassim

MILKY WAY 52ft (15.8m) Riva Broker Sebastien Clave

Y42 111ft (33.8m) Canados Broker Ed Dickinson

CARPE DIEM 72ft (21.9m) Hatteras Broker Philip Bell

FIRST LIGHT 51ft (15.5m) Stephens Broker Tom Corkett

KALEEN 110ft (33.5m) Broward Broker Babb Rawlings

CIELO 71ft (21.6m) Outer Reef Yachts Broker Philip Bell

PAW PAW 51ft (15.5m) Corsair Broker Jim Poulsen

CHILD OF LIR 104ft (31.7m) Nautor’s Swan Broker Joost Goverts

MI LIAN 70ft (21.3m) Adams Broker Jim Poulsen

TESORO 50ft (15.2m) Viking Broker Kevin Kramer

ANA’S INSPIRATION 104ft (31.7m) Destiny Broker Todd Rittenhouse

RUNAWAY 70ft (21.3m) Dencho Marine Broker Jim Elliott

ELEMENTS 46ft (14m) Frauscher Broker Jakob Gradisek

NOVASTAR 93ft (28.3m) Benetti Broker Joost Goverts

PRIVATE RESERVE 70ft (21.3m) Azimut Broker Mathias Chouraki

KATANA 44ft (13.4m) X-Yachts Broker Todd Rittenhouse

JENNY LYNNE 87ft (26.5m) Voyager Broker Jonathan Chapman

MONDRIAN 69ft (21.0m) Marquis Broker Paul Daubner

MUST B NICE 44ft (13.4m) Sport-Cat Broker Paul Daubner

PURA VIDA 86ft (26.2m) Sunseeker Broker Wes Sanford

BAJAVENTO 66ft (20.1m) Gorbon Broker Tom Corkett

GAZELLE 44ft (13.4m) Zeelander Broker John Slate

SERQUE 133ft (40.5m) Broward Broker Kristen Klein

STEPHANIE 85ft (25.9m) Princess Broker Kristen Klein

ENIGMA VIII 66ft (20.1m) Nautor’s Swan Broker Simon Turner

VIRTUOSO 44ft (13.41m) Zeelander Broker John Slate

MARLIN DEL RAY 132ft (40.2m) Lürssen Broker Whit Kirtland

ISLANDER 84ft (25.6m) Northern Marine Broker Whit Kirtland

PITTY 65ft (19.8m) Vikin Broker Sean Doyle

CANDIDE 40ft (12.19m) Hinckley Broker Jonathan Chapman

RAINBOW 131ft (39.9m) Holland Jachtbouw Broker Ann Avery

HAPPY DAZE 83ft (25.3m) Moonen Broker Richard Callender

PINTAIL 65ft (19.8m) Tayana Broker Brian Commette

SEAHUNTER TOURNAMENT 40ft (12.19m) Sea Hunter Broker John Slate

VENI VIDI VICI 130ft (39.6m) Mangusta Broker Ed Dickinson

METOLIUS 83ft (25.3m) Royal Huisman Broker Simon Turner

LADY CYNTHIA 64ft (19.5m) Jefferson Broker Jim Elliott

JULIA 36ft (10.97m) Hinckley Broker Jonathan Chapman

LADY KATH 128ft (39m) Northcoast Broker Kristen Klein

SKY FALL 81ft (24.7m) Sunseeker Broker Ed Dickinson

GANESH 61ft (18.6m) Nautor’s Swan Broker Simon Turner

LABRADOR 35ft (10.67m) Pearson Broker Elizabeth Swain

AXIA 123ft (37.5m) Palmer Johnson Broker Ann Avery

GREY GOOSE 81ft (24.7m) Nautor’s Swan Broker Joost Goverts

BEACH PLUM 60ft (18.3m) Goetz Broker Jonathan Chapman

DISCOVERY 29ft (8.84m) Dyer Broker Jonathan Chapman

KAOS 122ft (37.2m) Sanlorenzo Broker Wes Sanford

TATOOSH 80ft (24.4m) Vic Franck Broker Tom Corkett

SIRIUS 60ft (18.3m) Trumpy Broker Jonathan Chapman

D17 28ft (8.8m) Riva Broker Sebastien Clave

RECENT ADDIT I ON S TO T HE SALES F LEET

ACQUISITIONS

SEA OWL (07) 203ft (61.9m) Feadship Brokers Wes Sanford & Kevin Merrigan LORETTA 187ft (57m) Aegean Broker Cameron Bray ZEON (08) 170ft (52m) Latitude Yachts Broker Richard Callender VENOM 170ft (52m) Latitude Yachts Broker Richard Callender THUNDERBIRD 165ft (50.3m) Thunderbird Broker Joe Foggia BIG SKY 157ft (48m) Oceanfast Brokers Ann Avery & Wes Sanford RHINO 154ft (46.9m) Admiral Broker Wes Sanford BALISTA (09) 153ft (46.6m) Cantieri di Pisa Broker Babb Rawlings I LOVE THIS BOAT (10) 145ft (44.2m) Christensen Broker Joe Foggia MR MOUSE 138ft (42.1m) Avangard Yachts Brokers Kevin Merrigan & Ed Dickinson

REC E NT A D D I T I O NS TO T H E C H A RT E R F L E ET SHENANDOAH OF SARK (11) 176ft (53.6m) NITA K II 171ft (52.1m) Amels RHINO (12) 153ft (46.6m) Admiral TUTTO LE MARRANE (13) 152ft (46.3m) Leopard SOFICO (14) 139ft (42.4m) CRN Ancona WABASH 132ft (40.2m) Benetti RELEASE ME 131ft (40m) Westport KJOS 124ft (37.8m) Palmer Johnson PHOENIX 118ft (36m) Leight Notika XANADU OF LONDON 111ft (33.8m) Moonen AVELINE 103ft (31.2m) Maiora MAXX 86ft (26.2m) Sunseeker LONESTAR 85ft (26m) DRA France THUNDERBOLT 76ft (23.2m) Lagoon


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