April 20th, 2015
The very first London Yacht, Jet & Car Show has opened their doors to exhibitors, guests and VIPs looking to make the most of London’s prestigious position as part of the global superyacht market. An all new event is all set to take place in the heart of the capital – this is a 3- day showcase that offers the global superyacht as well as luxury industries the scope to blend efforts and also get direct access to the burgeoning high net-worth sector in the United Kingdom.
When the annual London Boat Show offers perceptivity into the marine sector, with few well known luxury yachting exhibitors participating, this is a yacht showcase on another level of luxury. Concentrating on superyacht community, and the world of unchecked luxury lifestyle, the LYJAPCS is all set to bring about an all new era of alteration for London in regards to their place in global yachting geography because of a dedicated showcase both in Billingsgate Market as well as on the water at the St Katherine Docks. Read the rest of this entry »
April 16th, 2015
It is stated that change brings in opportunities. Even though, the Arctic has seen all new lows in ice assemblage over the past 4 years and whatever worldwide alterations that predicts, some see dollar signs in a less icy Arctic.
The great men over at the Sailing the Arctic Race say that, because of rapid climate alteration, now it is possible for the 1st time in human history to sail through the top of North America in 1 season. Read the rest of this entry »
January 22nd, 2015
The Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) has announced that all the boat and yacht operators should compulsorily have a driving license from January, next year. In order to attain a driving license it is necessary for the applicants to qualify in a test to show that they have sufficient knowledge to operate the marine crafts and also that they are medically sound.
Moreover the crew members also should be extremely familiar with the radar, navigation maps and the communication system. The divers as well as the marine craft owners will get some amount of grace period before the complete implementation of the new regulation. They even should possess the ability of operating the first aid, fire fighting and safety equipments during time of emergency.
The regulator of the DMCA mentioned that these initiatives have been mainly adopted for the purpose of ensuring maritime safety, making navigation more safe and secured and also to make the operation of the marine crafts along the coastline more efficient. Read the rest of this entry »
December 13th, 2014
The Royal Navy has recently escorted a squad of Russian warships that were sailing across the English Channel. Four of these ships passed through Strait of Dover after they had carried out military exercises in North Sea.
A Type 45 Destroyer named HMS Tyne is one of the most technically developed warships that the Royal Navy has. It was able to read on the monitor some movements of the Russian group and also pinpoint it. The group was led by the aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov.
The Ministry of Defense confirmed that everything happened as per the international law but it is to be kept in mind that all of this happened when there is an ongoing tension between Russia and Britain. David Cameron mentioned the fact that he has no intention of keeping a confrontational relationship but doesn’t want any more sanctions against Moscow.
A Russian destroyer named Severomorsk along with a landing aircraft, a tank ship and a rescue tugboat are anchored at Bay of Seine which lays a little way off Northern France. As per the Russian Defense Ministry, the vessels are waiting to overcome the clashes.
The Royal navy is also well aware of the presence of these ships as HMS Tyne has monitored them and has also escorted them on Tuesday to move them from the North Sea through the Strait of Dover. The patrol ship has now finished escorting the Russian vessels as they have passed the area for which UK is responsible. Now they are in the French zone.
The Russian vessels have sure complied with all the international and maritime laws as the defense sources have reported that they expect the ships to be headed into the Mediterranean by now. As per a naval source, the ships are not provocative but they are being kept an eye on.
November 11th, 2014
In a successful partnership with the Venice based designer Team for Design – Enrico Gobbi, Mondo Marine has brought in the brand new fifty seven meter as a response to developing demand from mid range market.
Mondo Marine co-owner Roberto Zambrini has stated that Gobbi has designed a luxury fifty seven meter yacht which reflects a sleek design along with a greatly proportioned as well as stylish profile that for the designer recalls someway a sword. Read the rest of this entry »