Informa Markets’ U.S. Boat Shows Introduces AllSecure Health & Safety Standards Ahead of 61st Annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show
New Standards Raise Bar on Safe, Hygienic, Productive, and High-Quality Event Experiences
INTERNATIONAL SUPER YACHT SHOW CALENDAR UPDATE 2020/2021
30th Anniversary of Monaco Yacht Show now confirmed for September 2021, with Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show on track for late October 2020
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The Denison Family is arguably responsible for developing the marine industry in Broward County as well as making a significant economic impact for the City of Fort Lauderdale, “The Yachting Capital of the World.”
Firefighters from three Panama stations and Panama's Sea and Air Service (SENAN) battled a fire on a $12 million Discovery luxury yacht on Thursday afternoon, May 21. "Discovery" caught fire in the Amador marina and was moved to enable firefighters from Calidonia, Balboa, and Plaza Amador to douse the flames that consumed the vessel despite their efforts. Billowing smoke clouds could be seen from apartments on Avenida Balboa.
Category 5 Cyclone Harold swept across the South Pacific island of Vanuatu, on April 6, leaving devastation in its wake
Category 5 Cyclone Harold swept across the South Pacific island of Vanuatu, on April 6, leaving devastation in its wake. Aid and relief efforts are ramping up but highly complicated by Vanuatu currently being free of the Corona virus. Cash infusion to the disaster relief organizations in place on the ground will maximize their ability to deliver aid within the constraints of Covid-19 mitigation protocols in place for incoming aid. YachtAid Global’s Operation Nasama will provide that infusion with 100% of funds going to Vanuatu.
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The sun was setting off the coast of Panama this week as the 285-foot superyacht Lonian sat securely anchored next to its spectacular 216-foot support catamaran yacht, Hodor. Among Hodor’s cargo is five tenders, including a 55-foot chase boat, Jet Skis, and quad bikes. The support yacht also prominently features its own custom hospital with a private nurse and 20-person crew for its billionaire owners.
Most yachts over 300 feet contain mini-hospitals, or secure medical rooms, and yacht nurse staffing agencies can barely keep up with the increase in demand following the coronavirus outbreak. As yacht owners find themselves virtually isolated in their foreign locations, the need for onboard medical protection is an urgent necessity.
I spoke with several experts in the industry, and they say that numerous superyachts are currently traveling to or already in secure locations near private islands far from the maddening crowds of possible infection.
“COVID-19 has impacted the yachting industry heavily,” says Alex Haubrich of Yachtie World. “Many crew members have lost their jobs and are stranded away from home and family. Some owners are using their vessels for social distancing, which is understandable, but some are running with half the crew or less, which means the demand for the remaining crew members is increasing. A lot of employed yacht crew are panicking as they don’t know whether or not their jobs or health are in jeopardy.”
Denison Yachting Launches Virtual Boat Show on March 27
"Find your dream yacht from the convenience of your own home. This year, we’re bringing the boat show to you. With yachting experts live streaming throughout the day, virtual boat tours, special boat show pricing and more – we’re excited to provide you an exclusive experience, first of its kind to the yachting industry."
As much as the yachting lifestyle seems all hard work and no play (kidding!), believe it or not there are some pretty valuable life lessons to be learnt while working on superyachts aside from the shammy-ing and vacuuming.