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Superyacht Ilona III Tower BridgeSuperyacht UK represents the interests of the UK Superyacht industry both at home and internationally. Our 200 plus members cover the diversity of the UK industry from leading naval architects to award-winning manufacturers, and draw on this island nation’s rich heritage as seafaring pioneers to spearhead truly world-class products and services. More about Superyacht UK >

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Pendennis winter refits

Pendennis winter refits

The three new construction halls and the dry docks at Pendennis have been busy welcoming arrivals for winter refit projects. More >

Ocean Training Online

Ocean Training Online

Ocean Training Online launches the first Blended Learning course approved by the MCA - Officer of the Watch (Yachts under 3000 grt) Distance Learning course. More >

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Destination UK Guide

Destination UK Guide

The aim of the guide is not only to help you find the right company to suit your needs but to help you discover the best way to cruise UK waters and tap in to the heritage and vibrancy that the UK has to offer.  See the Guide >

Superyacht Careers

Superyacht CareersFind out all you need to know about what careers are available, what training and certification you will need and what options you have to progress your career.

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Captain | Chief Engineer | First & Second Officer | Chief Steward & Stewardess | Chef | Engineer | Electrical Technical Officer | Second Cook And Sous Chef | Bosun | Deckhand  

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Industry News

  • Rivergate thinks big

    In an aim to increase its offering to the international superyacht market, Rivergate Marina and Shipyard has announced that it is now able to offer berthing for vessels up to 234m. SuperyachtNews.com speaks exclusively to manager Andrew Cannon about the expansion and his hopes of attracting more superyachts to the facilities in Queensland, Australia.

  • 'This business needs nurturing' explains Mark Elliott of IYC

    After only holding the listing for three months, Mark Elliott of International Yacht Collection has sold 49m M/Y 'Destination Fox Harb'r Too' and speaks to SuperyachtNews.com regarding the brokerage market of late.

(News courtesy of superyachtnews.com)