Increasingly popular, regatta charters are a great way to experience the thrill and competition of racing without the commitment of owning your own racing yacht. However, they are typically more complicated to arrange than a traditional charter. TSO talks to those in the know about what needs to be considered.
The tip off
At the end of a charter it is, in most cases, expected that the crew
will receive a gratuity – whether this is an additional cost or comes
out of the advance provisioning allowance (APA). We speak to a charter
broker, captain of a charter yacht and crew performance engineer about
the ins and outs of tipping.
Let's stop glossing over the issue
At the International Superyacht Coatings
Conference in Amsterdam, paint professionals wrangled with what owners
want versus what actually makes sense
At the leading edge
In the latest issue of The Superyacht Owner we interview owner’s representative and skipper of 30.5m Comanche, Ken Read. Here we provide a snippet of the interview with the legendary yachtsman as he reveals the challenges of building such a high performance yacht.
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