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Yachting.vg Sailboats Edition magazine February 2012 issue presents Luxury Yacht for Brokerage and Charter in the BVIs. All clients using our yachting solutions get their yacht listings printed in our …

Yachting.vg Sailboats Edition magazine February 2012 issue presents Luxury Yacht for Brokerage and Charter in the BVIs. All clients using our yachting solutions get their yacht listings printed in our monthly magazine. As well, it includes articles about social media marketing strategies applied to the yachting. February 2012 issue

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  • 1. Yachting.vg sailboat edition www.yachting.vg - ISSUE 02 / FEBRUARY 2012 Miami show 2012 nle oh y Helsinki show 2012 t est b CHARTER caribbeans 5TIPS social media marketing YACHT BROKERAGEI N T H E B V I S : YA C H T B R O K E R A G E - YA C H T C H A R T E R - N E W S - E V E N T S
  • 2. Yachting CONTENTS6 5 digital marketing commandments 94 Charter listings for the month of february 201212 The Yachting Network 108 Miami Boat Showyachting marketing platform info and features16 What to include 110 Helsinki boat showin your social marketing strategy info and features.22 Yachting & Social Networks 112 Yacht brokerage Solutionmedia and markerting strategy. description and features31 Charter Destination 120 News & EventsFrench Polynesia for february 201236 Facts to bank on in 2012 126 Design NewsMain changes in social media for february 201240 Sailboats brokerage Listingsfor the month of february 2012
  • 3. g.vg Olivier Baelde editor@yachting.vgWELCOME TO Yachting.vgYACHTING.VG Editor Olivier Baelde editor@yachting.vg Advertising mgrCharter News, Brokerage News, James BlackburnEvents, New Yachts advertising@yachting.vgM Sales mgr Ian Foster sales@yachting.vgMarketing Solutions for Yacht bro- The Yachting Network platform cou- Marketing mgrkerage and Yacht charter companies pled to our yachting solutions pro- Ian Colemanare our primary focus. We developed vide an exclusive set of features to marketing@yachting.vgover the last 24 months an online yacht brokerage and yacht charterplatform using the latest technolo- companies allowing them to market PR mgrgies in terms of web design, data- worldwide on different medias their Antoine Bonvinbase architecture, cloud hosting. yachts for sale or charter fleet. pr@yachting.vgFurtermore, a very powerful social We continuously work on improving Subscriptions mgr Danielle Chioccinetwork integration though APIs our platform to provide advancedallows the brokerage and charter features not available in third party subscriptions@yachting.vgcompanies using our yachting solu-tions to gain maximum exposure on listings websites. Social networks mgr Sven Nicklassona worldwide basis with a minimumof efforts on their side. social_networks@yachting.vg Join usThen, our montlhy magazines gen- Business dev mgrerated through an InDesign CS5 Glen Coburn bus_dev@yachting.vgworkflow integration allows to gen- Olivier Baeldeerate on a monthly basis magazines Publisher, Editorfor every sites composing The Yacht- London, United Kingdom All correspondence should be addressed to:ing Network. Latitude 26 LTD 88-90 Hatton Garden - Suite 36Magazines are available in printed London, EC1N 8PNand electronic versions. United Kingdom
  • 4. Yachting.vg JUST LIKE THE LUXURY PRODUCTS and services themselves, the quality of luxury digital marketing relies on ideation and execution. A dress is not inherently luxurious; the difference lies in its design and high-quality manufacture. The same is true of digi- tal marketing media 6
  • 5. myMagazine Yachting.vg5 DIGITAL MARKETINGCOMMANDMENTSFOR LUXURY BRANDSLately people are talking about luxury brands anddigital marketing.L ately people are talking about luxury brands and digital marketing. “Is Digital Killing the Luxury In order to democratize without downgrading, luxury brands must Brand?” Invariably, these discussions evaluate maintain the digital conversation by engaging more aspirationalthe dangers of leveraging a wholly democratic plat- consumers and including them in a controlled brand dialogue.form in order to promote a wholly exclusive indus- On the other hand, the brand must prevent brand downgradingtry. But, as usual, the discussion misses the point. by embracing cleverness and avoiding mimicry, by ensuring in- novation and not stealing from their traditional campaigns, andThe question is not if luxury brands can safely leverage digital by treating digital media like the marketing powerhouse that it is.media. The question is how. With that in mind, here are five com-mandments for marketing luxury brands using the most demo- All the while, luxury brands must strive toward the highest creativ-cratic media in the world. ity, elegance and production quality. Only in this way can luxury brands both cultivate desire and maintain exclusivity, and thus,00 You shall democratize but not downgrade grow in the digital world safely.Luxury brands obsess over losing exclusivity in the digital space, 00 You shall not kill the conversationbut this concern puts the cart in front of the horse. A luxury brandgenerates exclusivity by cultivating a block of consumers who Luxury brands worry that if they allow interactivity or user-gener-wish they could buy the brand’s products, but cannot afford them. ated content, if they initiate a conversation between brand andSimply, if luxury brands want to remain luxurious, they have to en- buyer, they will lose control of the brand image. This is simply notgage not only their paying customers, but also people who want true.but can’t have. There are many ways to encourage interactivity while still main-This is where the democratizing power of social and new media taining control of the brand. Look at Burberry’scomes into play. Social media enables luxury brands to build tre- “Art of the Trench,” a photo-sharing destination that primarily fea-mendous clout among the aspirational set. In some cases, social tures Burberry-commissioned, high-end photography of modelsmedia may be the only place aspiring consumers can reach the in the brand’s seminal trench coats.brand at all. This, in turn, builds tremendous prestige among theaffluent set. What’s more, it also allows consumers inside access if they upload their own pictures (which are vetted and selected by the brand). 7
  • 6. myMagazineYachting.vg Therefore, Burberry successfully reaches a significant audience while maintaining brand control. Luxury brands must learn that they can create digital campaigns with embedded brand control. Killing the conversation outright is not the answer. 00 You shall honor digital media If luxury brands indeed fear brand dilution, they must first stop diluting the quality of their digital media. Luxury clients may say, “But it’s just a behind-the-scenes video for Facebook and YouTube! Do we really need to spend that much on production?” The answer is always “yes.” Digital luxury marketing is only as luxurious as the brands are willing to make it. and uploading to YouTube, or they post a print ad to Facebook. This blanket strategy weak- ens the perception of luxury brands. Just as one wouldn’t put a 30-second static print ad on TV, so should one avoid stealing traditional me- dia by hawking it in the digi- tal space. Luxury digital media requires “ For instance, they digitize a traditional TV spot by compressing Having a marketing strategy is good, but having a marketing strategy that works is great! Using social media requires a careful thought process, strategic planning and flawless execution. ” a development, production Just like the luxury products and services themselves, the qual- and deployment strategy ity of luxury digital marketing relies on ideation and execution. A specific to its digital channels. Nothing less will do. dress is not inherently luxurious; the difference lies in its design and high-quality manufacture. The same is true of digital market- 00 You shall not covet the neighbour’s media ing media. channels Luxury brands must decide whether their digital marketing is lux- Just because one luxury brand is successfully utilizing a particular urious or commonplace, and they must commit to making their digital approach does not mean another luxury brand should fol- digital messaging more beautiful, more innovative and more el- low the same strategy. egant than anything else out there. Only then can they preserve their up-market brand values. “There is a sense of urgency associated with digital platforms,” , but luxury brands must be careful not to embrace a platform just 00 You shall not steal from old media because it’s hot. Only those platforms that spring directly from a core brand ideal or customer need can succeed without diluting The primary reason luxury brands fail at social and new media is the brand itself. because they haven’t bothered to understand it. Luxury brands take media developed and produced for traditional deployment Having a marketing strategy is good, but having a marketing and force it onto their social and new media platforms. strategy that works is great! Using social media requires a careful thought process, strategic planning and flawless execution. 8
  • 7. 00 Observe and analyze your marketing strategy media experts? When in doubt, seek help from an expert. myMagazine Yachting.vgVery often, businesses jump on to Facebook and Twitter without 00 Evaluate your marketing strategyeven analyzing what they need out of these social networks. Theyclaim that since their competitors are using social media so they Most business follow a simple rule when it comes to adoptinghave no other choice but to adopt social media. Sooner than later, new technologies or paradigms – If it boosts my business’ ROI, it’ssuch businesses are caught off-guard and their social media ambi- worth the investment. Social Media is no exception to this rule.tions reach a tame end. Unless, businesses see value addition from social media, they are not going to take the plunge. Therefore, it’s important for busi-It is important for businesses to analyze how social media can nesses to evaluate the impact of their social media efforts.help them. They need to observe how people use social mediaand how their competitors are leveraging it. Analyze your busi- Evaluating social media ROI is easier said than done. There’s noness needs and how various social networks like Facebook, Twit- single criteria based on which you can determine the success/ter, LinkedIn and others can fulfill these needs. failure of your social media strategy.00 What’s your social marketing strategy’s action 00 Refine your marketing strategyplan? The real beauty of social media lies in its dynamism. Social mediaOnce you’ve determined what you want out of social media, the is changing all the time. For example, if you logged in to your busi-next important question is how you get it. Businesses need to ness’ Facebook profile, after a long gap, you would have realizedcome up with an action plan with realistic targets and feasible that it’s now a Fan Page. Therefore, it’s important to continuouslytime/ cost estimates. If your action plan takes forever to achieve refine your social media strategy and adopt a flexible approachor if it requires you to invest a fortune, there’s a strong case to re- with the changing social media scenario.visit your action plan. In such cases, it’s best to start with concreteshort-term goals such as I want to have 2,000 Facebook Friends in Does your business have a social media strategy that works? Ifthe first 3 months or I want to close 5 deals with my Twitter fol- so, what are the most important criteria for developing such alowers this month etc. marketing strategy? How does your business measure its social media ROI? Do you think it is difficult to track the business value00 Execute your marketing strategy of social media?A marketing strategy is only as good as those who see it through. All good questions which need to be asked on a regular basis.Once you have a social media marketing strategy in place, it’s im-portant to focus on getting the execution right. Very often, busi-nesses need to take a call on whether they can execute their socialmedia strategy themselves or do they need to hire specialist social 9
  • 8. SUNSEEKER 70 - 2010 6 7 5 0 0 0 £ - TA X N O T PA I D International Yacht Brokerage - John Watts United Kingdom (+44) (0) 1202 440 440 www.iybltd.comSUNSEEKER 70 Manhattan, 2010, Lymington, Hampshire United Kingdom, £1,795,000 Providing unlimited open-air fun andsumptuous accommodation, the Manhattan 70 sets the standard for high-level entertainment, putting the emphasis on funand excitement in Sunseeker’s inimitable style. Effortlessly blending luxury with practicality, the Manhattan 70 has a broadbeam, graceful profile and extended cruising capabilities. En suite accommodation for eight and self-contained aft crew quar-ters make the Manhattan 70 a highly versatile vessel.
  • 9. PRINCESS 54 - 2011 6 7 5 0 0 0 £ - TA X N O T PA I D International Yacht Brokerage - John Watts United Kingdom (+44) (0) 1202 440 440 www.iybltd.comPRINCESS YACHTS P54, 2011, Mallorca, Spain, £675,000 This Princess P54 was sold by us this year, the owner already wants toupgrade to a larger Princess! This actual boat was on the Princess stand at the London International Boat Show 2011.Specifica-tion includes twin 775hp Volvo D12-800 diesel engines, Bow thruster & Stern thruster, Raymarine C120W dual station colourradar / GPS / chart plotter, Reverse cycle Air-Conditioning, Electro-Hydraulic Passerelle, 13.5kW Onan Generator, TV / DVD tosaloon & stateroom, iPod docking station in saloon - Walnut woodwork with gloss finish.A fantastic opportunity toown a very nearly new boat with significant savings against the list price!
  • 10. Yachting.vg W elcome to the Longitude 64 monthly magazine. The primary purpose of this magazine is to present yachts for brokerage and yachts for charter from clients using our yacht- ing solutions. In order to provide them with a competitive advantage, we decided to integrate our online platform called The Yachting Net- work with the Adobe inDesign workflow. The end result being that all the listings from clients using our online yachting solutions are as well included in our monthly magazines. It brings them maximum exposure as well as brand rec- L ognition. We believe that there is still a need for a printed version to allow readers to be able to ONGI- read offline while traveling for example. Fur- thermore, it allows our clients to reach potential buyers who are not always willing to stay a long time in front of a computer screen in order to re- TUDE 64 view luxury yachts for sale or charter. A printed 1 version still has its charm. Web Platform We hope you will enjoy reading THE YACHTING every month our magazines. In the following months, every site part of The Yachting Network will be integrated in the Adobe Indesign workflow in order to generate NETWORK monthly magazines adding again some expo- sure and visibility to our clients listings. The ar- chitecture of our platform now comes full circle. We are able to provide to all clients using our yachting and real estate solutions an integrated A new approach to yacht brokerage platform able to deliver online and offline visibil- ity through very efficient web services. Furthe- and yacht charter marketing: inte- more, our complete integration to over 15 social networks through APIs allows clients using our gration with social networks. solutions to post automatically listings updates on their social media accounts. 12
  • 11. 2 Social Networks the web 4   APIs integration  Inte- Yachting.vg We believe that a tight integration between Powerful and integrated APIs: Powerful & sites of our clients running one of our yachting solu- grated Syndication Services: Our Solution offers tions and social networks and coupled with a printed a very powerful synchronization tool in order toversion will bring them a very powerful platform to increase increase instantly the visibility of the listings in the Longitudethe visibility of their listings. Unlike third party listing sites spe- 64 Yachting Network composed of over 15 web sites (andcializing in yachting, clients list their yachts only once on their growing) targeting the yachting and luxury markets. Yachtwebsites in our yachting solutions and then syndication takes Listings are as well distributed in RSS feed format to differ-place. It insures that their domain name and web site is the ent subscribers and feedburner. XML feeds are syndicated toplace where all listings are managed, indexed first by search generic third party web sites like Olx, Vast, Oodle. It helps inengines and where all inbound traffic goes back to when increasing backlinks to the client’s website. Additional XMLsyndicated to other sites. Over time, this strategy will bring feeds following the openmarine standard (www.openma-continuous lead generation at a fraction of the cost spent on rine.org) generate files compatible with The Yacht Market,multiple third party listing sites where listings are lost in the Boatshop24, Boat 24, Jameslist... completing a very powerfulcrowd. array of syndication tools.3 Yachting Solutions The Yacht Brokerage Solutions for joomla was designed to answer the needs of yacht brokerage or dealership companies. It provides extensivefeatures not found in the competition. The Yacht Brokeragesolution includes lead request management to store all yachtrequests. The Yacht charter reservation Solutions for joomlawas designed to answer the needs of yacht charter compa-nies. It provides extensive features not found in the competi- 5tion. The Yacht Charter Reservation solution includes reser-vation requests and quotes management as well as onlineavailability calendars. The Docks & Slips Solution for joomla Magazines Several magazines are published on a monthlywas designed to answer the needs of real estate agenciesspecializing in the sale and rental of yacht slips. It provides basis and include all the listings from the clientsextensive features not found in the competition. The Docks & using our yachting solutions. It adds another pro-Slips solution includes lead request management to store all motion alley using a different media. Lisitngs from clientsyacht slips requests. are visible online or offline maximizing the visibility. COMPLETE YACHTING MARKETING PLATFORM. The Yachting Network has local websites in all european countries. The print version of our magazine brings additional readers and visibility to our clients. Complete integration in social networks maximizes the exposure of yacht listings. Soon to be released, mobile apps will close the circle of a 360 inbound marketing strategy. 13
  • 12. AICON 72 OPEN -2006 6 9 5 0 0 0 £ - TA X N O T PA I D Carine Yachts - Andrew Noble United Kingdom (+44) (01202) 901-721 www.carineyachts.comJUST REDUCED Aicon (2006 model) with twin Caterpillar engines (1550Hp) each. This is a stunning and sleek looking vessel.Built in 2006 and commissioned in 2008, “JR” is being sold due to the owner up sizing, she is SSR registered and ready for im-mediate delivery. The owner will consider any reasonable offer.
  • 13. CAMMENGA DE VRIES - 2011 1 4 5 0 0 0 0 £ - TA X N O T PA I D Carine Yachts - Andrew Noble United Kingdom (+44) (01202) 901-721 www.carineyachts.com This Cammenga has had a complete rebuild in 2006 with new interiors, new engine room (engines, generators,etc), new elec-tronics, new passarelle (2008), new paint job and new teak decks. She has an exceptional layout of 4 cabins + crew. The owneris a motivated seller.
  • 14. An effective SMM strategy will leverage all quality online social hubs where users and custom- ers meet and converse. A goodYachting.vg SMM portfolio includes a pres- ence on diverse and multimedia social sites. Let’s take a look at the key elements of a good SMM strategy. WHAT TO INCLUDE IN YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING STRATEGY A well planned and executed social media 00 What to include in your social media mar- marketing (SMM) strategy takes you where keting strategy your users and buyers are. It lets you share the voice of your organization, get real time feed- An effective SMM strategy will leverage all quality online so- back for your products, create an instant buzz for cial hubs where users and customers meet and converse. A your new product offerings, build customer loyalty, good SMM portfolio includes a presence on diverse and mul- timedia social sites. Let’s take a look at the key elements of a and reach an informed target audience. The great good SMM strategy. thing about a well carried out SMM strategy is that it requires very little financial investment from your Social Networking Sites side. Social Networking SitesThere are various social networking 16
  • 15. Yachting.vg Social media marketing strategy A well planned and executed social media marketing (SMM) strategy takes you where your users and buyers are. It lets you share the voice of your organization, get real time feedback for your products, create an instant buzz for your new product offerings, build customer loyalty, and reach an informed target audience.sites where you can create profiles to connect with your target show in their search results. The tweets about your productsaudience directly. Create a Facebook fan page. Create tweets are quickly read and responded to by other users. A Twitterand retweets on Twitter. Create your organization’s profile on account to respond to and create a buzz about your productLinkedin. According to statistics released by Facebook, the so- is therefore essential. Linkedin is accessed by a variety of pro-cial networking website has around 500 million active users, of fessionals and businesses looking to connect and research forwhich around 50% log in every day for commenting or brows- work and business. Hence, a Linkedin account for your orga-ing. A Facebook fan page thus makes a lot of sense to reach nization is great for networking within the industry or withan active online audience. On the other hand, Twitter has real vendors.time updates and news-worthy tweets that even search engines 17
  • 16. Suspendisse consectetur mauris vitae odio semper euismod. Curabitur in enim augue.myMagazinemyMagazine Curabitur vel tincidunt odio. Integer volutpat tempus nunc, sed molestie velit pellentesque eu. Praesent dapibus enim turpis, at lacinia purus. Fusce dictum fringilla justo ut pellen- tesque. Vivamus eu urna dolor, id ultrices odio. Blogs, Microblogging You can upload interviews of your top management, share engadget_logoBlogs give you a wide platform to talk about key presentations, or even share videos of social or business issues. Blogs are also a great way of bringing traffic to your main events in your organization. When Intel uploaded fun and website. For an effective blog, you need to post fresh and rel- digitally enhanced videos of its Consumer Electronics Show evant content frequently, monitor and respond to comments, exhibit, it not only created a buzz but also ensured users got create internal links, and build a community of loyal readers. Mi- to know about its new Core Duo processor. croblogging through sites like Twitter also lets you send short, crisp updates. Photosharing, Slide Sharing Some famous company blogs are www.engadget.com, google- blog.blogspot.com, blog.facebook.com & en.community.dell. Photo Sharing Sites Like FlickrSharing relevant and inter- com/dell-blogs/default.aspx. If you want blogs related to SEO, esting images with your user base also helps in creating you can check out searchengineland.com, www.seomoz.org/ pleasant, long-term associations. The images can be about blog or www.searchenginejournal.com. widely anticipated events like a product launch, celebrity as- sociations, or the organization’s internal events. Websites like Online Videos Flickr have an active user base and can be leveraged for this purpose. Online VideosWebsites like Youtube have created a whole new arena for multimedia interaction. Sharing and viewing videos is Slide sharing, on the other hand, directly appeals to the us- now, not just an activity enjoyed by individuals for their own er’s needs by sharing information that they need and would pleasure, but also a great way for an organization to share in- use in their business. If your organization has conducted any formation about its products. Organizations have found sharing good-to-know research, you can share the findings online. interesting and related videos on Youtube to be a great way of You can also share your presentations, slides, and reports ensuring continual, sustained interest of the target audience. through websites like Slideshare and Scribd. 18
  • 17. Podcasting ll Check the enthusiasm and commitment of your top Yachting.vg management and marketing department for having aitunes_podcast_iconAs per Podcast.com, “Podcasting is the dedicated SMM strategy. In case the commitment seemsmethod of broadcasting audio files over the internet which can inadequate, discuss and educate till you get a dedicatedbe downloaded and listened to via your computer and/or por- and informed agreement.table music player. The reason why podcasting is linked directly ll Assign responsibility to the correct department, whether itwith the name iPod is due to strictly to the familiarity of origin is PR, marketing, communications, or other. Create a teamof the word wherein people first began downloading music au- with well defined goals regarding your SMM strategy. Thisdio files to listen to them on their iPods.“. Podcasting can help may mean creating micro-goals like number of blog postsyou reach more users to promote your products and services. per week, time duration set for responding etc.Many users find podcasts a great way of staying in touch with ll Study the existing sites and find out where you need tonew developments while on the move. Websites like Blip let you focus your attention the most.conveniently share your podcasts. Other famous podcast sites ll Create measurable target goals of what you want toare podcast.com & Apple’s Itunes Podcast. achieve from your SMM strategy.00 Points to consider before formulating a social 00 Monitoring your social media strategymedia marketing strategy For your SMM strategy to pay you long-term dividends, youThe sites mentioned above are very useful and can change the need to make sure you have practices and checks in placepath of your organization towards tremendous success. Howev- that ensure efficient execution and a quick response. The fol-er, if done without proper planning these same sites and strate- lowing measures will help you ensure responsiveness andgies can backfire as well. The most important thing for you to do professional interaction:Monitor your progress closelybefore you begin charting out an SMM strategy, is that you firstneed to fully understand the status quo of your organization’s A query, tweet, or a comment requiring clarification on theonline presence. Here are a few things to consider before you Facebook page, blog, or other portals must be replied toformulate a social media marketing strategy: within 24 hours. Analyze your online presence: Blog posts, tweets must be of high quality and value and/or knowledge enhancing. The content in your posts should bell Use metrics to find out more about your online presence. good enough to get linked by other sites. You need to ask questions like: What is the total count of visitors on my site? Where do they come from? How many of Blog posts must be frequent enough to sustain interest. them are directed by search engines?ll Find out how often your website gets linked by other sites. In case of critical comments, it’s better to respond to themll Check how often you post fresh content. immediately and fairly. Negative comments need not alwaysll Find out if you have an active presence in target markets. be deleted or removed.ll Rate yourself vis-à-vis your competitors in the online environment. Find out what your competitors are doing If you suspect trolls or deliberate misinformation, one way of better than you, and also what you are doing better. ensuring more transparency is by creating a Login require-ll Check your status on social networking sites. Do you have ment for posting comments on your blog. a presence already that needs to be optimized? Or, do you need to start from scratch? Start your journey now!Analyze your position Remember, the beginning may be slow. It takes time to en- gage your audience and build loyalty. Keep your interactions Define and analyze your target audience: transparent, fair, and timely. With a continual engagement in diverse social media tolls, you will be soon rewarded with all Check where your target audience generally interact more. vibrant, online community for your organization.ll Check what keywords they are using.ll Find out what they need, and where their interests lie. Identify and analyze what you want from your SMM strategy: 19
  • 18. SUN ODYSSEY 42 DS -2008 1 8 7 0 0 0 E U R O S - TA X PA I D Nautic Avenue - Yannick JAFFART France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 www.nautic.avenue.com
  • 19. SUN ODYSSEY 43 DS -2000 1 6 8 0 0 0 E U R O S - TA X PA I D Nautic Avenue - Eric CHAPPUIS France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 www.nautic-avenue.com
  • 20. YACHTING & SOCIALYachting.vg NETWORKS STRATEGY While it’s useful to get into the details and tac- tics of social media, a solid marketing strategy should work no matter the medium. The smart- est companies will focus on strategy because in the world of Web 2.0, the tools are constantly changing. c ommon Mistakes companies Make With Strategy: Some of the most com- 00 Perfecting a social media strategy mon mistakes companies make with social media revolve Even though a social media strategy is important, don’t wait for around making decisions that aren’t consistent with having good the strategy to set up your company’s accounts. Reserving your business sense. Because social media tools are free, some compa- company’s name on various social media sites is of the utmost im- nies tend to take the wrong approach: use all tools to see what portance. Furthermore, because it takes time to build social media sticks. Here are some of the most common mistakes to avoid with accounts, every minute you waste by not being there is followers social media strategy: you could be losing. 00 Not developing a social media strategy 00 Gathering followers rather than building a net- Because social media is the hottest trend in marketing, compa- work nies assume that all they have to do is set up a Twitter account There are no shortcuts in social media, and the bottom line is and a Facebook fan page. This is the equivalent of pulling random companies have to build relationships with their customers before magazines out of off the rack and purchasing full page color ad they can sell anything. Social media may seem free, but the hid- in each one, then throwing together a quick and dirty PowerPoint den time costs to build relationships Social media is not a quick flyer to run. Just like any other communication medium, social way to make more sales; in fact, social media actually adds cycle media requires a well-thought out marketing strategy plan. time to the sales process. Just like any other process, a company 22
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  • 22. must consider how much of its resources to invest.myMagazine 00 Putting all eggs in one basket It’s exciting to see extraordinary results on one form of social me- dia, and tempting to invest all your resources into what’s work- ing. Try to resist. With the speed at which technology changes, social media is starting to look similar to the fashion cycle: one day you’re in, the next day you’re out. Tools fall in and out of fashion all the time – remember Friendster, and more recently, MySpace? Companies that build a large equity on one tool will find themselves with nothing if the tool loses popularity. While having a social network presence through Facebook, Twit- level of possibilities since you no longer need a user to subscribe ter and other social networks proves mandatory nowadays, a new to your newsletter. While you manage your own facebook groups concept tested by our yachting solutions is to benefit from Face- , you can post automatically news to the groups and invite all new “ book groups and social activity by bringing back “friends and fol- friends automatically to join the groups through the APIs. lowers“ to the company’s website in order to propose targeted services and features pertaining to your business activity. 00 Friends and Followers By inviting your “friends and followers” to visit and connect to your 00 Facebook site using their facebook user id , you give them the possibility to On Facebook for example, the new graph API allows to post up- share information and recommend other users to connect with date statuses about listings, upload images in albums , post events you. in calendar.. As well, you can use the facebook user authentication to login into your site and read or contribute to your content. The On the new site www.yachting.vg, we are currently experimenting advantage is that you can at the same time know more about this with several new functionalities of the Graph API. person and propose a subscription to your newsletter. When he connects to your site with his facebook’s user id , you will be able Integrating your site more tighly with external social networks will then to send messages directly through the facebook graph API. allow you to communicate faster new information to be given to It will allow you to keep this user informed about your company followers and groups. You will be able to provide a constant flow activities automatically through your website. It provides an extra of information and news through automated tasks. When users There are so many ways to use social media to communicate with the customer, and as social media goes mainstream companies are finding new ways every day. All of these purposes for communication fall into three main functions: public relations and marketing, sales, and customer services.” 24
  • 23. myMagazinevisit your website, your can control the in- 00 Common Mistakes Companiesformation given to them as well as getting Make With Messagingtheir feedback on specific polls or through Every social media user has a very clear ideaa comment system. of what social media means to them, and You can inform your groups, friends how they want to be approached by compa-and followers that the newsletters gener- nies on social media. Most companies don’tated every month is available on your web- realize that the way they approach socialsite. media sends its own message to consumers. The important point in this social net- Here are some of the most common mistakeswork integration with your website is to companies make with messaging:keep the channels open and regularlycommunicate to provide new information 00 Creating impersonal accountsand news. Users don’t follow companies; they follow Readers will be more likely to visit your engaging people who work at companies.site on a regular basis if they get weekly Unless the tool is meant specifically for com-news from your site. This could be fastidi- panies to use (i.e.: Facebook fan pages), everyous if you had to do it manually , but by account should be an actual person who hascreating automated tasks to post automati- a name and a title that clearly signifies himcally on a regular basis for example a new or her as a face of the company. This personyacht listing or price reduction offer, you should write with a conversational tone andkeep the flow going. respond to other participants in the conver- sation. Automated accounts or accounts that 25
  • 24. are updated with a stream of links do not produce results.myMagazine 00 Controlling the message Social media is not about controlling a message. In fact, the very nature of social media is such that no one person or organiza- tion can control the message. Because social media is a medium to share information through a network, companies must realize that once they put the message out there, they have no control anymore. Users can choose to edit the message, inject their own opinions into the message, share the message, or ignore the mes- sage. Furthermore, companies can’t even control where the mes- sage starts: a user can also create a message about a company without having any affiliation to them. Because of the nature of social media, companies that try to control the message will have difficulty reaping any of the benefits of the medium. 00 Abusing permission 00 Not controlling the message Abusing permission is a fast way for companies to lose credibility, While companies should be careful about trying to exercise too damage relationships, and generally make a bad name for them- much control over the message, there is also the opposite end of selves in social media. So where do you draw the line with abusing the spectrum to avoid. Companies often cite “control over mes- permission? Unfortunately, this question is similar to asking where sage” as a reason not to participate in social media, but the truth comedians draw the line with potentially offensive jokes. The truth is that companies have lost control of the message whether they is that different users have different levels of tolerance. Just like a participate or not. This is because, as mentioned earlier, users can comedian might experiment with messaging based on the feed- create a message and drive the conversation surrounding that back he or she is receiving from the audience, your company must message. experiment with the right level of communication, erring on the So how can companies exercise some control over a message side of unobtrusive. and still reap the benefits of social media (rapid diffusion of infor- mation through people sharing messages with their networks)? 00 Strategy definition The answer is that companies need to participate in the conver- The framework for developing a social media strategy consists sation. Responding to complaints and stressing the benefits and of three potential functions: public relations and marketing, sales, what the company does well; these are all ways for companies to and customer services. Social media can be used to further goals control the end-consumer’s perception of its services. within just one of these three functions, two these functions, or a 26
  • 25. myMagazine “ Every social media user has a very clear idea of what social media means to them, and how they want to be approached by companies on social media. Most companies don’t realize that the way they approach social media sends its own message to consumers.”company could use social media to satisfy the needs of all three of these functions. Thesethree functions feed each other in a cycle, and companies can create a fairly comprehensivesocial media strategy by taking each into consideration.00 Find your audienceVery few social media tools will work for every company; however, if your company is juststarting out with social media, you can find plenty of people by sticking to the biggest socialmedia sites. Generally, the strategy for finding an audience is looking for groups of peoplewith similar interests to keywords that make sense for your company. 27
  • 26. RIVA 75 VENERE - 2006 1 9 9 0 0 0 0 E U R O S - TA X PA I D Yacht Showroom - Nicolas Valin France (+33) (6) 16110577 www.yachtshowroom.comThe Riva 75 Venere provides luxury accommodation for up to 8 guests in 4 cabins, plus 3 crew in an additional 2 cabins. ThisRiva 75 Venere is a well-equipped and well maintained example. The stunning model benefits from an extensive interior refitand hull painting in 2008. She is in private ownership, has never been chartered and has only been used June-August 2008, for5 weeks during summer 2009 and only a few days since 2010.
  • 27. AZIMUT 105 -2008 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 E U R O S - TA X N O T PA I D Yacht Showrrom - Nicolas Valin France (+33) (6) 16110577 www.yachtshowroom.comThe yacht Azimut 105 is designed from the most famous yacht producer Azimut. The yacht has a length of 31.40 meters, whichis equals to 103 feet. The beam of Azimut 105 has also a beam of 6.98 meters and draft of 1.97 meters. These measurements aregiving the displacement of 122 metric tons of the yacht.
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  • 29. Yachitng.vgFrenchPolynesiaF rench Polynesia sprawls over an area of 5.2 million sq. km (2 million sq. miles) in the eastern South Pacific. That’s about the sizeof Europe, excluding the former Soviet Unioncountries, or about two-thirds the size of thecontinental United States. The 130 main islands,however, consist of only 3,885 sq. km (1,500 sq.miles), an area smaller than the smallest Ameri-can state of Rhode Island. Only about 260,000souls inhabit these small specks. The territory’sfive major island groups differ in terrain, climate,and, to a certain extent, people.W ith the exception of the Tuamotu Archipelago, an enormous chain of low coral atolls northeast of Tahiti, allbut a few are “high” islands; that is, they are themountainous tops of ancient volcanoes erodedinto jagged peaks, deep bays, and fertile valleys.All have fringing, or barrier coral reefs, and bluelagoons worthy of postcards. 31
  • 30. Yachting.vg SOUTH PACIFIC ISLANDS The most strikingly beautiful Tahiti and Moorea Even though parts of Moorea are beginning to seem like Pap- The most strikingly beautiful and most frequently visited des- eete suburbs, the island still retains more of old Polynesia than tinations in the South Pacific are the Society Islands, so named does Tahiti. It also has numerous whites and beaches, which by Capt. James Cook, the great English explorer, in 1769 be- are in short supply on Tahiti, where most sand is of the black cause they lie relatively close together. volcanic variety. These include Tahiti and its nearby companion Moorea, which To the northwest lie Bora Bora, Huahine, Raiatea, Tahaa, Mau- are also known as the Windward Islands because they sit to piti, and several smaller islands. Because they are downwind the east, the direction of the prevailing trade wind. Tahiti is the of Tahiti, they are also called the Leeward Islands. One of the most developed island in French Polynesia. Don’t be surprised when you take the freeway from the airport into the noisy, bus- tling capital of Papeete. Chic bistros and high-rise shopping centers long ago replaced the city’s stage-set wooden Chinese Bora Bora stores, and the glass and steel of luxury resorts out in the sub- Huahine urbs have supplanted its cheap waterfront hotels. If you’re into cities, Papeete will be right up your alley. Even if Raiatea you’re not, Tahiti is well worth seeing, especially its fine mu- seums devoted to the painter Paul Gauguin, the writer James Tahaa Norman Hall, and the islanders themselves. Most modern visitors bypass these jewels and quickly head to Moorea, just 20km (12 miles) west of Tahiti. The short journey is like being world’s top honeymoon destinations, Bora Bora is French transported to another world. Moorea’s mountain peaks and Polynesia’s tourism dynamo, with more resorts than any other fingerlike bays are world-renowned for their awesome beauty. island. 32
  • 31. Yachting.vg RangiroaHuahine is almost as beautiful as Moorea and Bora Bora, butwith only a handful of hotels, it retains much of its old Polyne- To the south, the reef at Fakarava encircles the world’s third-sian charm. The administrative center of the Leeward Islands, largest lagoon. Out here you’ll find marvelous snorkeling andRaiatea lacks beaches, but the deep lagoon it shares with diving in massive lagoons stocked with a vast array of seaTahaa makes it the sailing capital of French Polynesia. life. The atolls may seem anticlimactic after you’ve seen theTahaa has only recently opened to tourism, with one of French high islands, so I suggest visiting them before exploring thePolynesia’s top resorts now sitting out on a small reef islet. Society Islands.Virtually unscathed by tourism, but a favorite retreat of Frenchresidents of Tahiti, Maupiti has a few locally owned pensions. It Marquesas islandscan be visited on a day trip from Bora Bora.Tuamotu Archipelago Made famous in 2002 by the Survivor television series, the Marquesas are a group of 10 mountainous islands some Moruroa 1,208km (750 miles) northeast of Tahiti. They are younger Fangataufa than the Society Islands, and because a cool equatorial current washes their shores, protective coral reefs have not enclosed them. As a result, the surf pounds on their shores,Across the approaches to Tahiti from the east, the 69 low- there are no encircling coastal plains, and the people live in alying atolls of the Tuamotu Archipelago run for 1,159km series of deep valleys that radiate out from central mountain(720 miles) on a line from northwest to southeast. The peaks.early European sailors called them the Dangerous Archi-pelago because of their tricky currents and because they The Marquesas have lost their once-large populations tovirtually cannot be seen until a ship is almost on top of 19th-century diseases and the 20th-century economic lurethem. Papeete; today, their sparsely populated, cloud-enshrouded valleys have an almost haunting air about them. Archaeologi-Even today, they are a wrecking ground for yachts and cal sites with their ancient tikis are prime attractions in theinterisland trading boats. Two of them, Moruroa and Marquesas.Fangataufa, were used by France to test its nuclear weaponsbetween 1966 and 1996. Others provide the bulk of Tahiti’s Of the six inhabited islands, only Nuku Hiva and Hiva Oawell-known black pearls. have international standard hotels, and only they and Ua Huka and the incredibly beautiful Ua Pou have airports. TheRangiroa, the world’s second-largest atoll and the terri- Marquesas are best visited via Aranui 3 cruises, which visit alltory’s best scuba-diving destination, is the most frequently the inhabited islands including Fatu Hiva, another dramaticvisited. Neighboring Tikehau, with a much smaller and shal- beauty.lower lagoon, also has a modern resort hotel, as does Manihi,the territory’s major producer of black pearls. 33
  • 32. SUNSEEKER 64 - 2002 5 4 5 0 0 0 £ - TA X N O T PA I D International Yacht Brokerage - John Watts United Kingdom (+44) (0) 1202 440 440 www.iybltd.comThe Manhattan 64 is a perfect example of a boat that packs innovation, luxury and performance into an exceptionally gracefulframe. The hull form has been designed to take a more traditional shaft option but now includes the option of IPS drives - thelatter produces fantastic results in performance, handling and economy. Interior options offer upper deck or lower deck galley,three or four staterooms with a midships full-beam master and very large hull-side windows. Saloon and entertainment spacehas been increased and enlarged and panoramic superstructure windows ensure a feeling of openness.
  • 33. SUNSEEKER 82 - 2004 1 5 5 0 0 0 0 £ - TA X N O T PA I D International Yacht Brokerage - John Watts United Kingdom (+44) (0) 1202 440 440 www.iybltd.comWe are delighted to present this beautiful example of a Sunseeker Yacht 82 M/Y Tickey Boo. Skipper maintained from new, fullMed spec, watermaker - Engines serviced / Antifouled June, invoices available for inspection. Presented with the Jr Master suitelayout and large VIP double with a further double guest cabin and 1 twin berth + Crew. White hull, cherry gloss interior andMCA coded for charter (chartered very lightly) with only 800 hrs approx. The absolute best example on the market and pricedto sell. Bring offers!
  • 34. Yachting.vg FACTS TO BANK ON IN 2012 T he Face of Facebook Pages is Changing. Again: The new Face- book Timeline began rolling out to individual user profiles last A new year on the cal- month and is designed to be the “journal of your life.” Timeline is also coming to Pages, likely soon. While it’s unclear exactly when it is endar means new hope, coming or how similar it will be to what we’ve already seen, we should expect the rollout to begin early this year. new opportunities, new While brands’ core strategy of creating content and messaging fans in their own newsfeed will not change, the content journey and user ex- products, new trends perience most certainly will. Facebook has already removed the restric- tion that prevents non-fans from interacting with Pages, and it would and, most important not be surprising to see them do away with “like gate” landing tabs as of all, new budgets for well. If that is the case, the approach to applications will change signifi- cantly and will be accessible only via paid media or engaging wall post many marketers. And messages.. In their place, expect to see the proliferation of open graph applications that aggregate on the Timeline. Spotify, Rdio, Yahoo! and while you’ll get served The Wall Street Journal gave us a preview of how verbs and objects can take over a newsfeed meaning that the most important verb this year your share of predic- might just be “build” (as in “build an entirely new application to support our brand on Facebook”). tions for the year ahead, Google+ Is Not Going Away: If Facebook accounts for 1 in every 7 here are five things you minutes spent online (according to comScore), that means there are six other minutes still up for grabs! New platforms and technologies con- can bank on happening tinue to pop up on a seemingly daily basis. Last year saw the emergence of Tumblr and Pinterest with millions of users, not to mention the long- in social media. awaited arrival of Google+. Despite the steadily growing importance of Facebook and Twitter, you cannot ignore the potential of Google+ to im- pact your SEO and media business. That is, if Google is something that is important to your target consumer (hint: It is). Google+ just passed the 65 million user mark, with a quarter of that coming in December. Invest- 36
  • 35. Google+ is not going awaying in building and maintaining a Google+ Profile for your Yachtinga.vgbusiness or brand won’t require as much time to “do right”as, say, Twitter, but that doesn’t mean it should be a carboncopy of your Facebook Page, either. With different features totry out, take advantage of the opportunity to reach new andexisting consumers with unique content. We can also expectGoogle to roll out an enhanced, integrated Analytics offeringthat will help us better understand the user journey acrossand beyond their network. We’ve been saying all along thatyou cannot evaluate the impact of New Media tactics usingOld Media metrics, and Google is poised to take a giant stepforward in answering our ROI questions in 2012. Move fast or move out of the way 59% last year and now reaches more than 10% of internetPaid and Earned Media Work Best Together: The days users worldwide. Location-based services like Foursquare,of building your Facebook fan count and Twitter following photo quick-hits like Instagr.am and many other mobilewithout paid media support are over, plain and simple. This applications require either Facebook or Twitter for ampli-isn’t really news. However, if your media strategy is strictly fication and sharing. Android and iPhone sales are drivingfocused on fan acquisition to “get X million fans by the end Google+ and Twitter sign-ups at an astonishing rate. Noof the year,” then you are still missing out on the potential of matter what trends emerge in mobile, from check-ins towhat brand-consumer relationships can do for your business. search to money transfer and payments, social is alreadySure, total fans and followers matter, but only in the context at the center. Good marketing these days means giving your consumers what they want -- information, customer service, coupons, access, coupons, a voice, personalized experiences or just to be heard -- wherever they are. Move Fast, Or Move Out of the Way: Giving your con- sumers what they want no matter where they are is syn- onymous for giving it to them when they want it. Doing so will require a paradigm shift in how you plan, act and react. In the time that you’ve been reading this, anywhere between one and a thousand people mentioned your product or brand in a social context. And while you may have missed it, their friends and the people they influ- ence certainly did not. That is the power of social. The old media-planning model where budgets and allocations are set a year in advance just doesn’t work anymore. Consum- ers don’t care when your budgets are finalized or when you have to have creative locked down. Thanks to social media, we have access to insights and data almost instan- taneously, meaning real-time marketing is the new imper-Social is mobile ative. We must be flexible, agile and responsive, able shift directions, change the message, move money around andof having as many active fans as possible. What if operationalize it all not in months, but in minutes.I told you that less than 5% of your fans, on aver-age, actually see any of your content and engagewith it in some way? Wouldn’t a richer goal be toincrease your number of active fans from 5% to10%? Only a media strategy that combines fanacquisition and fan engagement tactics can makethis happen. Thanks to Facebook’s improvedInsights tool, enhanced premium ad targetingand Sponsored Stories can drive fan growth ANDparticipation in 2012.Social is Mobile and Mobile is Finally Social: Itfeels like we’ve been waiting and waiting for the“mobile revolution” to hit social marketing, whenin reality a mobile evolution has already reacheda critical mass. Twitter has become a go-to plat-form on the “second screen” while in the homeas well as on the primary screen when outsidethe home. According to comScore, Twitter grew 37
  • 36. MANGUSTA 86 FLY - 1998 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 E U R O S - TA X PA I D Yacht Showroom - Nicolas Valin France (+33) (6) 16110577 www.yachtshowroom.comIndulgence of Poole is most probably the best opportunity on the market for a 4-cabin flybridge yacht of 86-feet. Built in 1998,she has been always perfectly maintained by her 2 owners, and in the past 2 years virtually every part of the yacht has eitherbeen fully serviced or replaced. Since 2008, her current owner has invested a lot of time,effort and money in the yacht, hiringa full-time crew of 3 to take care of her and making sure that the yacht is maintained to the highest standards. Indulgence ofPoole is also a successful charter yacht, MCA SVC compliant. In 2011 she has had an exceptional season with over 10 weekscharter already reserved
  • 37. AZIMUT 55E - 2008 7 9 0 0 0 0 E U R O S - TA X N O T PA I D Yacht Showrrom - Nicolas Valin France (+33) (6) 16110577 www.yachtshowroom.comAzimut 55 year 2008 in immaculate condition. 3 cabins / 3 bathrooms version. Extremely well looked after boat, constantlyupgraded, professionally maintained, fully serviced and ready to go.
  • 38. SAILBOATS BROKERAGETable of Contents KELT KELT 7.60, 1980, 14.500 €........................................................................ 335EPS, 1998, £1,495.................................................................................................... 292 . VAN DE STADT Etap 28, 1980, 12.900 €....................................................... 338GULET, 2006, 800.000 €....................................................................................... 294 VAN DE STADT PLAN VAN DE STADT acier, 1981, 65.500 €............. 337AFEP MARINE MANATEA 350 DI, 2004, 151.900 €............................... 293 WAUQUIEZ CENTURION 40, 1987, 88.000 €........................................... 340ALOA ALOA 27, 1979, 10.000 €....................................................................... 296 WAUQUIEZ WAUQUIEZ ELIZABETHAN 29, 1969, 12.000 €............ 339ALOA ALOA 43 PROTOTYPE, 1984, 63.000 €.......................................... 295 WRIGHTON YACHTS BILOUP 89, 2002, 39.000 €................................... 342AMIETTE SLOOP NORVEGIEN, 1955, 9.990 €.......................................... 298BAVARIA 32, 2004, 61.000 €.............................................................................. 297BENETEAU FIRST 285, 1990, 32.000 €......................................................... 300BENETEAU FIRST 345 CENTENNIAL , 1984, 39.500 €......................... 299BENETEAU OCEANIS 350, 1990, 47.000 €................................................. 302BENETEAU OCEANIS 351, 1994, 69.000 €................................................. 301BENETEAU OCEANIS 361, 1999, 69.000 €................................................. 304BENETEAU OCEANIS 411 CLIPPER, 1998, 89.900 €............................. 303BENETEAU OCEANIS 440, 1993, 92.000 €................................................. 306CATALINA CATALINA 42 LUXE, 1993, 126.000 €................................... 305CNSO SHELLFISH, 1965, 9.500 €.................................................................... 308CUSTOM CHALLENGER HORIZON, 1986, 9.900 €............................... 307 .CUSTOM COQUILLIER RADE DE BREST, 1971, 180.000 €................ 310CUSTOM PLAN JACQUES FAUROUX , 1988, 100.000 €.................... 309CUSTOM PROTOTYPE ALUMINIUM, 1979, 755.800 €........................ 312CUSTOM VATON 57, 1994, 399.000 €.......................................................... 311DEHLER DEHLER 36 SQ, 2008, 159.000 €.................................................. 314DEHLER DEHLER 44 SQ, 2008, 350.000 €.................................................. 313DOMINIQUE PRESLE HALF- TONNER, 1971, 11.500 €....................... 316DUFOUR Dufour 27, 1974, 10.000 €............................................................. 315DUFOUR DUFOUR 31, 1978, 23.500 €........................................................ 318DUFOUR DUFOUR 36, 2003, 59.000 €........................................................ 317DUFOUR DUFOUR 36, 1987, 41.900 €........................................................ 320DUFOUR DUFOUR ARPEGE, 1968, 29.900 €........................................... 319DUFOUR DUFOUR SAFARI, 1971, 10.500 €.............................................. 322GIBERT MARINE GIB SEA 31 DL, 1981, 26.000 €.................................... 321GIBERT MARINE GIB SEA 442 MASTER, 1988, 89.000 €..................... 324HANSE HANSE 342, 2007, 83.500 €.............................................................. 323HANSE Hanse 400 E, 2006, 159.000 €........................................................... 326HANSE HANSE461, 2005, 211.900 €............................................................ 325HUNTER MARINE 356, 2002, 78.000 €........................................................ 328HUNTER MARINE HUNTER 31, 2006, 64.900 €....................................... 327JEANNEAU ARCADIA, 1985, 28.500 €......................................................... 330JEANNEAU FANTASIA, 1991, 17.500 €........................................................ 329 .JEANNEAU RUSH, 1980, 19.800 €.................................................................. 332JEANNEAU SUN LEGENDE 41, 1987, 55.900 €....................................... 331JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 36, 1993, 60.000 €....................................... 334JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 43 DS, 2000, 168.000 €............................. 333JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 44DL, 1992, 105.000 €.............................. 336 41
  • 39. EPS, 1998, £1,495 poole, DOR, United KingdomEPS, 1998, poole, Dorset United Kingdom, £1,495 Laser eps 1998 a skiff-like single-handed sailing dinghy.Sharp bow,flat stern, a true planing hull form. A high aspect-ratio rudderand centreboard provide high lift and low drag. A fully battened9.4 m2 and 8.4 m2 mylar sails with large roach gives the power. - Specs: LOA:4 metres Beam:1 metres - N/A -OtherWeb id: 507 - Price: £1,495 Tax Paid Carine Yachts Robert Bettel United Kingdom (+44) ((0)78) 86 526 775 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 507 43
  • 40. GULET, 2006, 800.000 € Poole, DOR, United KingdomGULET, 2006, Roma, Italy, 800.000 € Ciacco 24 Metre Santa Lucia (2006 model)with twin MAN D28866 LXE40.The warmth of wood, the quality of the finishing, the comfort of travel, the excitement of the sea: this is thegulet Santa Lucia. Built in 2006, along 24 meters of superior quality, offers a perfect combination of tradition,elegance and cutting-edge manufacturing and security guaranteed by the most modern technologies. Boththe hull and the interior, treated in detail by skilful craftsmen, are made entirely of mahogany. On board youwill find comfort, services, water games and a series of unique equipment that will make your experience ongulet, a trip intensely lived moment by moment.This luxury yacht is ideal for charter and has been meticu-lously maintained from new. With a fully comprehensive specification and many luxurious extras, this vessel isvery impressive throughout... - Specs: LOA:23 metres Beam:6 metres Draft:2 metres - MAN 340hp - DieselWeb id: 227 - Price: 800.000 € Tax PaidCarine YachtsAndrew NobleUnited Kingdom (+44) (01202) 901-721Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 22744
  • 41. AFEP MARINE MANATEA 350 DI, 2004, 151.900 € Fréjus, PR, FranceAFEP MARINE MANATEA 350 DI, 2004, Provence Côte dAzur France, 151.900 € Etat neuf livrable immédiate-ment T.E 0,60/2,10 construction très soigné. A VOIR - Specs: LOA:10 metres Beam:3 metres - VOLVO 900hp -DieselWeb id: 715 - Price: 151.900 € Tax PaidNautic AvenueNadine RegnierFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 715 45
  • 42. ALOA ALOA 43 PROTOTYPE, 1984, 63.000 € Fréjus, PR, FranceALOA ALOA 43 PROTOTYPE, 1984, Provence Côte dAzur France, 63.000 € Ketch de bonne facture, pret à ac-cueillir tout amateur de croisière confortable. Votre interlocuteur : Yannick JAFFART 06 70 25 11 34 - Specs:LOA:11 metres Beam:4 metres Draft:2 metres - VETUS 900hp - DieselWeb id: 627 - Price: 63.000 € Tax PaidNautic AvenueEric CHAPPUISFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 62746
  • 43. ALOA ALOA 27, 1979, 10.000 € Fréjus, PR, FranceALOA ALOA 27, 1979, Provence Côte dAzur France, 10.000 € Idéal petit budget. votre contact : Yannick JAF-FART 06 70 25 11 34 - Specs: LOA:7 metres Beam:2 metres Draft:1 metres - YANMAR 900hp - DieselWeb id: 596 - Price: 10.000 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Eric CHAPPUIS France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 596 47
  • 44. BAVARIA 32, 2004, 61.000 € Frejus, PR, FranceBAVARIA 32, 2004, Frejus, Provence Côte dAzur France, 61.000 € Bavaria 32 de propriétaire méticuleux . Versionquille plomb . Modèle 2004 livré décembre 2003 - Specs: LOA:9 metres Beam:3 metres Draft:1 metres - VOLVO19hp - DieselWeb id: 639 - Price: 61.000 € Tax PaidNautic AvenueEric CHAPPUISFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 63948
  • 45. AMIETTE SLOOP NORVEGIEN, 1955, 9.990 € Fréjus, PR, FranceAMIETTE SLOOP NORVEGIEN, 1955, Provence Côte dAzur France, 9.990 € Bateau de constuction solide , toutest dorigine , classique, pour connaisseur et amateur du bois . - Specs: LOA:6 metres Beam:2 metres - BER-NARD 900hp - DieselWeb id: 592 - Price: 9.990 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Eric CHAPPUIS France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 592 49
  • 46. BENETEAU FIRST 345 CENTENNIAL , 1984, 39.500 € Fréjus, PR, FranceBENETEAU FIRST 345 CENTENNIAL , 1984, Provence Côte dAzur France, 39.500 € Bateau rapide,marin et con-fortable le First 345 à tout pour plaire. - Specs: LOA:10 metres Beam:3 metres Draft:1 metres - VOLVO 900hp- DieselWeb id: 619 - Price: 39.500 € Tax PaidNautic AvenueEric CHAPPUISFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 61950
  • 47. BENETEAU FIRST 285, 1990, 32.000 € Fréjus, PR, FranceBENETEAU FIRST 285, 1990, Provence Côte dAzur France, 32.000 € Valeur sûre de loccasion, ce bateau vousraviera pendant vos croisières. Grace à un entretien permanent, ce bateau est pret au départ. Votre interlocu-teur : Yannick JAFFART 06 70 25 11 34 - Specs: LOA:8 metres Beam:2 metres Draft:1 metres - VOLVO 900hp -DieselWeb id: 604 - Price: 32.000 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Eric CHAPPUIS France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 604 51
  • 48. BENETEAU OCEANIS 351, 1994, 69.000 € Fréjus, PR, FranceBENETEAU OCEANIS 351, 1994, Provence Côte dAzur France, 69.000 € Version proprietaire , cabinet de toiletteavec douche séparée , moteur 40CV,enrouleure de grand voile. premiere main excelent état. - Specs: LOA:10metres Beam:3 metres Draft:1 metres - VOLVO 900hp - DieselWeb id: 615 - Price: 69.000 € Tax PaidNautic AvenueEric CHAPPUISFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 61552
  • 49. BENETEAU OCEANIS 350, 1990, 47.000 € Fréjus, PR, FranceBENETEAU OCEANIS 350, 1990, Provence Côte dAzur France, 47.000 € Bateau très polyvalent dont les qualitésne sont plus à prouver. Votre interlocuteur : Yannick JAFFART 06 70 25 11 34 - Specs: LOA:10 metres Beam:3metres Draft:1 metres - VOLVO 900hp - DieselWeb id: 618 - Price: 47.000 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Eric CHAPPUIS France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 618 53
  • 50. BENETEAU OCEANIS 411 CLIPPER, 1998, 89.900 € Fréjus, PR, FranceBENETEAU OCEANIS 411 CLIPPER, 1998, Provence Côte dAzur France, 89.900 € Loceanis 411 à rencontré unsucces mérité. Un grand classique de la construction française. - Specs: LOA:12 metres Beam:3 metres Draft:1metres - YANMAR 900hp - DieselWeb id: 631 - Price: 89.900 € Tax PaidNautic AvenueEric CHAPPUISFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 63154
  • 51. BENETEAU OCEANIS 361, 1999, 69.000 € Fréjus, PR, FranceBENETEAU OCEANIS 361, 1999, Provence Côte dAzur France, 69.000 € - Specs: LOA:10 metres Beam:3 metresDraft:1 metres - VOLVO 900hp - DieselWeb id: 620 - Price: 69.000 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Eric CHAPPUIS France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 620 55
  • 52. CATALINA CATALINA 42 LUXE, 1993, 126.000 € Fréjus, PR, FranceCATALINA CATALINA 42 LUXE, 1993, Provence Côte dAzur France, 126.000 € Un bateu de luxe pour la grandecroisière. - Specs: LOA:12 metres Beam:4 metres - YANMAR 900hp - DieselWeb id: 632 - Price: 126.000 € Tax PaidNautic AvenueEric CHAPPUISFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 63256
  • 53. BENETEAU OCEANIS 440, 1993, 92.000 € Fréjus, PR, FranceBENETEAU OCEANIS 440, 1993, Provence Côte dAzur France, 92.000 € Bateau de croisière confortable avecdes amménagements spacieux, entretenu très méticuleusement. Avec ses 6 à 8 couchages sans se géner,vous profiterez dune vie à bord agréable. Amateurs de navigations plaisantes, venez le voir ! Votre contact :Yannick JAFFART (06 70 25 11 34) - Specs: LOA:13 metres Beam:4 metres Draft:1 metres - VOLVO 75hp - DieselWeb id: 635 - Price: 92.000 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Eric CHAPPUIS France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 635 57
  • 54. CUSTOM CHALLENGER HORIZON, 1986, 9.900 € Fréjus, PR, FranceCUSTOM CHALLENGER HORIZON, 1986, Provence Côte dAzur France, 9.900 € bateau vendu avec sa remorquedouble esssieux Area. - Specs: LOA:7 metres Beam:2 metres - YAMAHA 900hp - DieselWeb id: 594 - Price: 9.900 € Tax PaidNautic AvenueEric CHAPPUISFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 59458
  • 55. CNSO SHELLFISH, 1965, 9.500 € Fréjus, PR, FranceCNSO SHELLFISH, 1965, Provence Côte dAzur France, 9.500 € Bateau rénové en 2008 , moteur diesel volvo ,largeur raisonnanble permettant de réduire le budget de place port. Vente dune place à saint laurent du var18000 € - Specs: LOA:8 metres Beam:2 metres - VOLVO 900hp - DieselWeb id: 605 - Price: 9.500 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Eric CHAPPUIS France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 605 59
  • 56. CUSTOM PLAN JACQUES FAUROUX , 1988, 100.000 € Fréjus, PR, FranceCUSTOM PLAN JACQUES FAUROUX , 1988, Provence Côte dAzur France, 100.000 € Bateau à déplacementléger avec une coque alu et un pont polyester. Cest un bateau idéal pour de la croisière rapide et confortable.Votre interlocucteur : Yannick JAFFART 06 70 25 11 34 - Specs: LOA:13 metres Beam:4 metres Draft:2 metres -VOLVO 75hp - DieselWeb id: 633 - Price: 100.000 € Tax PaidNautic AvenueEric CHAPPUISFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 63360
  • 57. CUSTOM COQUILLIER RADE DE BREST, 1971, 180.000 € Fréjus, PR, FranceCUSTOM COQUILLIER RADE DE BREST, 1971, Provence Côte dAzur France, 180.000 € Bateau de tradition enbois de type Coquillier Rade de Brest en excellent état construit, entretenu et bichonné par son propriétairecharpentier de marine à la retraite avec beaucoup des soins et damour. Avec ce bateau sans aucun travaux àprévoir, naviguez dans la grande tradition des bateaux anciens. - Specs: LOA:11 metres Beam:4 metres Draft:1metres - RENAULT 900hp - DieselWeb id: 626 - Price: 180.000 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Eric CHAPPUIS France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 626 61
  • 58. CUSTOM VATON 57, 1994, 399.000 € Fréjus, PR, FranceCUSTOM VATON 57, 1994, Provence Côte dAzur France, 399.000 € Superbe unité entièrement renové en2002, grosse révision moteur 2010 .Quille relevable 2.50-1.40 . Literie sur mesure Victoria . Prêt à partir - Specs:LOA:17 metres Beam:5 metres Draft:1 metres - YANMAR 55hp - DieselWeb id: 638 - Price: 399.000 € Tax PaidNautic AvenueEric CHAPPUISFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 63862
  • 59. CUSTOM PROTOTYPE ALUMINIUM, 1979, 755.800 € Fréjus, PR, FranceCUSTOM PROTOTYPE ALUMINIUM, 1979, Provence Côte dAzur France, 755.800 € Atypique, ex voilier decourse au large transformé en bateau de charter. Aménagements soignés et nombreux. Amateur de grandvoyages, ce bateau est pour vous ! - Specs: LOA:17 metres Beam:5 metres Draft:3 metres - PERKINS 55hp -DieselWeb id: 698 - Price: 755.800 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Yannick JAFFART France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 698 63
  • 60. DEHLER DEHLER 44 SQ, 2008, 350.000 € Cannes, PR, FranceDEHLER DEHLER 44 SQ, 2008, Cannes, Provence Côte dAzur France, 350.000 € Superbe bateau de coursecroisière soigneusement préparé , suivi à lannée par skipper . Prêt pour programme régate et croisière.Peinture dorigine préparé par les peintre de la société wally. Produit unique - Specs: LOA:13 metres Beam:3metres - VOLVO 55hp - DieselWeb id: 691 - Price: 350.000 € Tax PaidNautic AvenueCedric DIBIANCAFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 69164
  • 61. DEHLER DEHLER 36 SQ, 2008, 159.000 € Fréjus, PR, FranceDEHLER DEHLER 36 SQ, 2008, Provence Côte dAzur France, 159.000 € - Specs: LOA:10 metres Beam:3 metresDraft:1 metres - VOLVO 900hp - DieselWeb id: 622 - Price: 159.000 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Eric CHAPPUIS France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 622 65
  • 62. DUFOUR Dufour 27, 1974, 10.000 € Fréjus, PR, FranceDUFOUR Dufour 27, 1974, Provence Côte dAzur France, 10.000 € - Specs: LOA:8 metres Beam:2 metres Draft:1metres - VOLVO 900hp - DieselWeb id: 602 - Price: 10.000 € Tax PaidNautic AvenueEric CHAPPUISFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 60266
  • 63. DOMINIQUE PRESLE HALF- TONNER, 1971, 11.500 € Fréjus, PR, FranceDOMINIQUE PRESLE HALF- TONNER, 1971, Provence Côte dAzur France, 11.500 € Bateau pour amateur dubois , construction solide - Specs: LOA:9 metres Beam:2 metres Draft:1 metres - VETUS 900hp - DieselWeb id: 611 - Price: 11.500 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Eric CHAPPUIS France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 611 67
  • 64. DUFOUR DUFOUR 36, 2003, 59.000 € Fréjus, PR, FranceDUFOUR DUFOUR 36, 2003, Provence Côte dAzur France, 59.000 € - Specs: LOA:10 metres Beam:3 metresDraft:1 metres - VOLVO 900hp - DieselWeb id: 659 - Price: 59.000 € Tax PaidNautic AvenuePatrick BaertFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 65968
  • 65. DUFOUR DUFOUR 31, 1978, 23.500 € Fréjus, PR, FranceDUFOUR DUFOUR 31, 1978, Provence Côte dAzur France, 23.500 € Bateau bien équipé et bien entretenu avecson guindeau électrique, son pilote automatique ses petits sièges de balcon arrière. Possibilité de place deport à la location. - Specs: LOA:9 metres Beam:3 metres Draft:1 metres - VOLVO 900hp - DieselWeb id: 612 - Price: 23.500 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Eric CHAPPUIS France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 612 69
  • 66. DUFOUR DUFOUR ARPEGE, 1968, 29.900 € Fréjus, PR, FranceDUFOUR DUFOUR ARPEGE, 1968, Provence Côte dAzur France, 29.900 € Bateau de charme entièrement refaiten 2009 (voiles, gréement, électronique,..). Bonne opportunité a voir . Votre interlocuteur : Yannick JAFFART06 70 25 11 34 - Specs: LOA:9 metres Beam:3 metres Draft:1 metres - VETUS 900hp - DieselWeb id: 609 - Price: 29.900 € Tax PaidNautic AvenueEric CHAPPUISFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 60970
  • 67. DUFOUR DUFOUR 36, 1987, 41.900 € Fréjus, PR, FranceDUFOUR DUFOUR 36, 1987, Provence Côte dAzur France, 41.900 € Construction robuste pour la croisière oule voyage, remotorisé - Specs: LOA:10 metres Beam:3 metres Draft:1 metres - LOMBARDINI 900hp - DieselWeb id: 616 - Price: 41.900 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Eric CHAPPUIS France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 616 71
  • 68. GIBERT MARINE GIB SEA 31 DL, 1981, 26.000 € Fréjus, PR, FranceGIBERT MARINE GIB SEA 31 DL, 1981, Provence Côte dAzur France, 26.000 € - Specs: LOA:9 metres Beam:3metres Draft:2 metres - YANMAR 900hp - DieselWeb id: 613 - Price: 26.000 € Tax PaidNautic AvenueEric CHAPPUISFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 61372
  • 69. DUFOUR DUFOUR SAFARI, 1971, 10.500 € Fréjus, PR, FranceDUFOUR DUFOUR SAFARI, 1971, Provence Côte dAzur France, 10.500 € Ideal comme premier bateau . - Specs:LOA:8 metres Beam:2 metres Draft:1 metres - YANMAR 900hp - DieselWeb id: 600 - Price: 10.500 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Eric CHAPPUIS France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 600 73
  • 70. HANSE HANSE 342, 2007, 83.500 € Fréjus, PR, FranceHANSE HANSE 342, 2007, Provence Côte dAzur France, 83.500 € BATEAU RECENT, FONCTIONNEL, EQUIPEHAUTURIER ET PRET AU DEPART IMMEDIAT. BATEAU VENDU AVEC OU SANS PLACE DE PORT - Specs: LOA:10metres Beam:3 metres Draft:1 metres - YANMAR 900hp - DieselWeb id: 617 - Price: 83.500 € Tax PaidNautic AvenueEric CHAPPUISFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 61774
  • 71. GIBERT MARINE GIB SEA 442 MASTER, 1988, 89.000 € Fréjus, PR, FranceGIBERT MARINE GIB SEA 442 MASTER, 1988, Provence Côte dAzur France, 89.000 € Belle cabine avant pro-priétaire, rangements importants grâce à sa soute avant et ses nombreux coffres et équipets ainsi que sesvolumes deau et de carburant exceptionnel en font un excellent croiseur confortable. Bateau de propriétairepremière main. - Specs: LOA:13 metres Beam:4 metres Draft:1 metres - PERKINS 75hp - DieselWeb id: 634 - Price: 89.000 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Eric CHAPPUIS France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 634 75
  • 72. HANSE HANSE461, 2005, 211.900 € Fréjus, PR, FranceHANSE HANSE461, 2005, France, 211.900 € - Specs: LOA:14 metres Beam:4 metres Draft:1 metres - YANMAR75hp - DieselWeb id: 709 - Price: 211.900 € Tax PaidNautic AvenueYannick JAFFARTFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 70976
  • 73. HANSE Hanse 400 E, 2006, 159.000 € Fréjus, PR, FranceHANSE Hanse 400 E, 2006, Provence Côte dAzur France, 159.000 € Bateau immatriculé fin 2006 mis à leau etutilisé à partir du printemps 2007 . Nombreuses améliorations techniques( Guindeau plus puissant et ancremieux dimentionnée, 3ème bande ris ,parc batterie supplémentaire...) Coque epoxy - Specs: LOA:11 metresBeam:4 metres Draft:1 metres - YANMAR 900hp - DieselWeb id: 628 - Price: 159.000 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Eric CHAPPUIS France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 628 77
  • 74. HUNTER MARINE HUNTER 31, 2006, 64.900 € Fréjus, PR, FranceHUNTER MARINE HUNTER 31, 2006, Provence Côte dAzur France, 64.900 € Hunter 31 de propriétaire en excel-lent état. Le hunter 31 bénéficie de beaux volumes avec un grande cabine arrière. Larceau protège le cockpitde la bome et apporte un règlage facile de la grand voile . Le hunter 31 avec ses sièges de balcons arrièresoffre un confort supplémentaire que lon retrouve pas sur les bateaux des autres marques. La manoeuvre esttrès facile grace à un génois à faible recouvrement des winchs au niveau de la barre à roue et la commandemoteur à hauteur dhomme. Le Hunter 31 bénéficie de la qualité de construction de la gamme hunter avecune résine isophtalique une protection kevlar et des renforts balsa . - Specs: LOA:9 metres Beam:3 metresDraft:1 metres - YANMAR 900hp - DieselWeb id: 610 - Price: 64.900 € Tax PaidNautic AvenueEric CHAPPUISFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 61078
  • 75. HUNTER MARINE 356, 2002, 78.000 € Sainr Raphaël, PR, FranceHUNTER MARINE 356, 2002, Sainr Raphaël, Provence Côte dAzur France, 78.000 € Bateau de propriétaire trèssoigné . Le Hunter 356 est un bateau solidement construit tant au niveau de la coque qui est renforcée dunepeau kevlar et possède un gel coat isophtalique. Son grand arceau permet davoir un cockpit complètementisolé des riques de la bome et reprend un grand bimini en deux partie. Les sièges du balcon arrière participeau confort de la croisière. - Specs: LOA:10 metres Beam:3 metres Draft:1 metres - YANMAR 27hp - DieselWeb id: 642 - Price: 78.000 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Eric CHAPPUIS France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 642 79
  • 76. JEANNEAU FANTASIA, 1991, 17.500 € Fréjus, PR, FranceJEANNEAU FANTASIA, 1991, Provence Côte dAzur France, 17.500 € Un grand classique qui a toujours autantde succès avec sa grande cabine arrière et son espace de vie agréable - Specs: LOA:7 metres Beam:2 metresDraft:1 metres - YANMAR 900hp - DieselWeb id: 599 - Price: 17.500 € Tax PaidNautic AvenueEric CHAPPUISFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 59980
  • 77. JEANNEAU ARCADIA, 1985, 28.500 € Fréjus, PR, FranceJEANNEAU ARCADIA, 1985, Provence Côte dAzur France, 28.500 € - Specs: LOA:8 metres Beam:3 metresDraft:1 metres - YANMAR 16hp - DieselWeb id: 707 - Price: 28.500 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Yannick JAFFART France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 707 81
  • 78. JEANNEAU SUN LEGENDE 41, 1987, 55.900 € Fréjus, PR, FranceJEANNEAU SUN LEGENDE 41, 1987, Provence Côte dAzur France, 55.900 € Réputé pour ses qualités marines ,cette unité est parfaitement entretenu et prête à prendre la mer. Pour plus de renseignements contactez EricCHAPPUIS au : 06.08.70.74.14 - Specs: LOA:12 metres Beam:3 metres Draft:1 metres - YANMAR 900hp - DieselWeb id: 630 - Price: 55.900 € Tax PaidNautic AvenueEric CHAPPUISFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 63082
  • 79. JEANNEAU RUSH, 1980, 19.800 € ALPES MARITIMES, PR, FranceJEANNEAU RUSH, 1980, ALPES MARITIMES, Provence Côte dAzur France, 19.800 € - Specs: LOA:8 metresBeam:2 metres Draft:1 metres - RENAULT 16hp - DieselWeb id: 712 - Price: 19.800 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Yannick JAFFART France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 712 83
  • 80. JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 43 DS, 2000, 168.000 € Fréjus, PR, FranceJEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 43 DS, 2000, Provence Côte dAzur France, 168.000 € BATEAU DE VOYAGE ENTIERE-MENT EQUIPE INITIALEMENT PREVU POUR DEPART IMMINENT DU PROPRIETAIRE. BEAUCOUP DASTUCES ETOPTIONS DE CONFORT INSTALLEES. - Specs: LOA:13 metres Beam:4 metres Draft:2 metres - YANMAR 75hp -DieselWeb id: 636 - Price: 168.000 € Tax PaidNautic AvenueEric CHAPPUISFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 63684
  • 81. JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 36, 1993, 60.000 € ALPES MARITIMES, PR, FranceJEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 36, 1993, ALPES MARITIMES, Provence Côte dAzur France, 60.000 € - Specs: LOA:10metres Beam:3 metres Draft:2 metres - N/A 27hp - DieselWeb id: 711 - Price: 60.000 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Yannick JAFFART France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 711 85
  • 82. KELT KELT 7.60, 1980, 14.500 € Fréjus, PR, FranceKELT KELT 7.60, 1980, Provence Côte dAzur France, 14.500 € Rénovation totale 2009 vaigrage,remplacementhublots, drisses ,bandes anti UV sur génois, Lazy bag, Chargeur et prise de quai, Bosse de ris - Specs: LOA:7metres Beam:2 metres Draft:1 metres - VOLVO 900hp - DieselWeb id: 598 - Price: 14.500 € Tax PaidNautic AvenueEric CHAPPUISFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 59886
  • 83. JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 44DL, 1992, 105.000 € FREJUS, PR, FranceJEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 44DL, 1992, FREJUS, Provence Côte dAzur France, 105.000 € - Specs: LOA:13 metresBeam:4 metres Draft:2 metres - YANMAR 55hp - DieselWeb id: 706 - Price: 105.000 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Yannick JAFFART France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 706 87
  • 84. VAN DE STADT PLAN VAN DE STADT acier, 1981, 65.500 € Fréjus, PR, FranceVAN DE STADT PLAN VAN DE STADT acier, 1981, Provence Côte dAzur France, 65.500 € Bateau de voyage enacier refait récemment au niveau coque, moteur et grément dormant. Bel aménagement intèrieur. Carrétransformable. Amateurs de voyages, PROFITEZ EN ! Votre interlocuteur : Yannick JAFFART 06 70 25 11 34 -Specs: LOA:11 metres Beam:3 metres Draft:1 metres - JOHNSON 900hp - DieselWeb id: 623 - Price: 65.500 € Tax PaidNautic AvenueEric CHAPPUISFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 62388
  • 85. VAN DE STADT Etap 28, 1980, 12.900 € Fréjus, PR, FranceVAN DE STADT Etap 28, 1980, Provence Côte dAzur France, 12.900 € STOP AFFAIRE. Qualité de constructionEtap et moteur volvo de 18 Cv de 2004 font de ce bateau une excellente opportunité. - Specs: LOA:8 metresBeam:2 metres Draft:1 metres - VOLVO 900hp - DieselWeb id: 603 - Price: 12.900 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Eric CHAPPUIS France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 603 89
  • 86. WAUQUIEZ WAUQUIEZ ELIZABETHAN 29, 1969, 12.000 € Fréjus, PR, FranceWAUQUIEZ WAUQUIEZ ELIZABETHAN 29, 1969, Provence Côte dAzur France, 12.000 € Bateau en état irrepro-chable , vendu avec ou sans place de 8 x 2.80 m - Specs: LOA:8 metres Beam:2 metres - VOLVO 900hp - DieselWeb id: 607 - Price: 12.000 € Tax PaidNautic AvenueEric CHAPPUISFrance (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 60790
  • 87. WAUQUIEZ CENTURION 40, 1987, 88.000 € Fréjus, PR, FranceWAUQUIEZ CENTURION 40, 1987, Provence Côte dAzur France, 88.000 € Bateau agréable et confortable, pourbelles croisières ou voyage au long cours. Unité bien entretenu par son propriétaire. Votre interlocuteur : Yan-nick JAFFART 06 70 25 11 34 - Specs: LOA:12 metres Beam:4 metres Draft:1 metres - VOLVO 900hp - DieselWeb id: 629 - Price: 88.000 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Eric CHAPPUIS France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 629 91
  • 88. WRIGHTON YACHTS BILOUP 89, 2002, 39.000 € Fréjus, PR, FranceWRIGHTON YACHTS BILOUP 89, 2002, Provence Côte dAzur France, 39.000 € Voilier bi-quille très marin bénéfi-ciant despace de vie important pour un bateau de 9m. Avec une hauteur sous barreau de plus de 1,80 m, lecarré devient un lieu aussi convivial que confortable. A vous les belles croisières confortables ! Votre interlocu-teur : Yannick JAFFART 06 70 25 11 34 - Specs: LOA:8 metres Beam:3 metres Draft:1 metres - YANMAR 900hp- DieselWeb id: 608 - Price: 39.000 € Tax Paid Nautic Avenue Eric CHAPPUIS France (+33) ((0)9) 54 22 80 56 Visit www.yachting.vg for full details - Web id: 608 93
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  • 91. LAUREN L 2002 - BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS Neoyachting - 14 Quai Papacino ,Nice, Provence Côte d’Azur - France Phone: France (+33) (6) 16110577 - www.neoyachting.comLAUREN L at 90 metres (296 feet) is one of the world’s largest yachts available for charter. Built in Germany to thehighest standards of both safety and comfort,she recently completed a major refit in Greece by Alpha Marine Ltd.96
  • 92. MOONLIGHT II 2005 - WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN Neoyachting - 14 Quai Papacino ,Nice, Provence Côte d’Azur - France Phone: France (+33) (6) 16110577 - www.neoyachting.com MOONLIGHT II is one of the world’s most impressive charter yachts. Built to SOLAS safety specifications, she has asteel hull and superstructure with aluminium deckhouses.97
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  • 94. BLIND DATE 2009 - WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN Neoyachting - 14 Quai Papacino ,Nice, Provence Côte d’Azur - France Phone: France (+33) (6) 16110577 - www.neoyachting.comLaunched in October 2009, the 161’ semi-displacement yacht BLIND DATE was custom-built to the exacting re-quirements of an experienced yacht owner. The spacious deck areas and elegant interior were designed for totalrelaxation and escape; you know you’re on vacation the minute you step on board. At the same time, the latest incommunications systems ensure that you are never out of touch with the outside world unless you choose to be.99
  • 95. 360 ISA 2003 - EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN Neoyachting - 14 Quai Papacino ,Nice, Provence Côte d’Azur - France Phone: France (+33) (6) 16110577 - www.neoyachting.comThanks to her recognizable double staircase, MY 360° offers one of the most stylish and incredible designs in theYachting Industry. This 48 meter (155 foot) luxury yacht was produced at Isa (International Shipyards Ancona) in2003 and totally refitted in 2010 and 2011. Superyacht 360° is a beautiful yacht that is able to sleep a total of 10guests on board and has 9 crew lead by Captain Pierre Makdessi.100
  • 96. PURE ONE 2008 - EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN Neoyachting - 14 Quai Papacino ,Nice, Provence Côte d’Azur - France Phone: France (+33) (6) 16110577 - www.neoyachting.comStrong, sleek lines disguise opulent interiors onboard PURE ONE, a deep V hull 46 metre Leopard with a fully-equipped media room, a very large, light saloon and sunbeds forward, on the flybridge and aft. The cabins aresumptuous and spacious with all the latest technology you would expect on a yacht of this size. Guests can choosefrom an extensive library of over 500 films and Satellite TV as well as WIFI internet101
  • 97. AUSPICIOUS LEOPARD 2009 - WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN Neoyachting - 14 Quai Papacino ,Nice, Provence Côte d’Azur - France Phone: France (+33) (6) 16110577 - www.neoyachting.comMY Auspicious is one of the largest open superyachts in the World! She is cruising in Thailand and Hong Kong inwinter 2012 which is a unique opportunity to discover this part of the world on a fast and luxurious yacht.102
  • 98. AXANTHA II 2011 - EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN Neoyachting - 14 Quai Papacino ,Nice, Provence Côte d’Azur - France Phone: France (+33) (6) 16110577 - www.neoyachting.comDesigned by the Naval Architect Vripack, Axantha II is by her shape and her profile thought for faraway destination.Her hull and superstructures made of aluminium, give her a moderate displacement which, combined with reason-ably sized engine, allow her to reach a speed of 14.8 knots. A consumption of only 93.5 litres to 11.3 knots, allows for7900 miles autonomy, perfect for ocean voyage.103
  • 99. SIERRA ROMEO 2007 - WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN Neoyachting - 14 Quai Papacino ,Nice, Provence Côte d’Azur - France Phone: France (+33) (6) 16110577 - www.neoyachting.comSierra romeo (ex panther) is a 2007 mondomarine 40m luxury mediterranean motor yacht with 6 cabins. Refit winter2009/10: included a full external repaint, installation a of sundeck lounging area, new deck furniture, a cosmetic refitof main saloon, sky lounge and all new soft furnishings throughout. Sierra romeo now sports a sleek grey hull andan ultra stylish and luxurious boutique-chic interior!104
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  • 101. LAURA I 2008 - WESTERN MEDITERRANEAN Neoyachting - 14 Quai Papacino ,Nice, Provence Côte d’Azur - France Phone: France (+33) (6) 16110577 - www.neoyachting.comLarge azimut flybridges. The 105 is a two and half deck megayacht over 32.808 yards long, with a sleek, exuberantdesign and luxury interiors. Neoyachting is very pleased to introduce you to our brand new azimut 105. Deliveredin may 2008, her prime location in genoa will allow you to discover the best of italy and the french riviera: portofinoand the liguria coast, corsica and sardinia, st tropez, monaco and the french riviera.106
  • 102. DUKE 103 2010 - EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN Neoyachting - 14 Quai Papacino ,Nice, Provence Côte d’Azur - France Phone: France (+33) (6) 16110577 - www.neoyachting.comAzimut has now set important new standards in the design of open boats with its 103sl, a prestigious sports yachtwhere the focus is on freedom. You can enjoy the lounge and cockpit as one single large open space. There is alsofreedom to enjoy the stunning beauty of the latest styling with the reliability and performance created from the bestazimut innovation and technological research.107
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  • 105. Yachting.vg HELSINKI BOAT SHOW F inland’s biggest boating exhibition Event setting an example of impressive ar- The 2012 Helsinki International Boat Show and hypermarket of all things aquatic. chitectural design at the Helsinki Exhibition & Convention The 2012 Helsinki International Boat Centre on 10 – 19 February 2012. The Finn- The Boat Show will fill all seven halls of the Show presents the newest boating prod- ish Fair Corporation is arranging the 2012 Exhibition & Convention Centre. The brand- ucts and services conveniently under one new Hall 7 will be in use for the first time, Helsinki International Boat Show on behalf roof. providing the event with an additional of the Finnish Marine Industries Federation 15,000 m² of exhibition space. The spacious Finnboat. The event is now being organ- Open from 10 Feb 2012 to 19 Feb 2012, and light-filled multi-purpose hall provides ised for the 43rd time. The main coopera- VENE BAT - Helsinki International Boat excellent opportunities for creative and in- tion partner is Volvo Auto Oy Ab. Show 2012 is a Transportation trade show novative event designs. In all, the halls of that dedicated to show the latest products, the Helsinki Exhibition & Convention Cen- service, technology and trends. This year, tre now offer some 58,000 m² of exhibition the event will held in Helsinki Finland in space. Helsingin Messukeskus fair ground. Finnish design The Helsinki International Boat Show has grown into Northern Europe’s biggest A new exhibition – Vene 12 Båt Design – boating fair will be organised for the first time at this year’s Boat Show. As part of this exhibition, REVAMPED HIBS 2012 PROMISES NEW SEN- four acclaimed Finnish designers will re- SATIONS FOR VISITORS decorate the interiors of four motorboats. In particular, their solutions will emphasise The largest boating fair in Northern Eu- design, functionality, ecological concerns rope takes place at the Helsinki Exhibition and comfort. & Convention Centre on 10-19 February 2012. This year’s Helsinki International Boat The 2012 Helsinki International Boat Show Show will undergo a significant overhaul is being realised in cooperation with Finn- and it will present a more comprehensive ish boat manufacturers. The goal of the ex- review of boating than ever before. All of hibition is to navigate a fresh course for the the sector’s significant players have signed Finnish boating industry as well as identify up and well over three hundred exhibitors ways with which we can distinguish our- in all shall attend the event. selves from the competition, strengthen the cooperation between Finnish design- The event showcases new products and ers and boat manufacturers, and provide services available for boating and other consumers with access to new and more maritime pursuits as well as provides an ex- individual interior design solutions. tensive array of programme items related to water activities. 110
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  • 107. Yacht“ Brokerage Solution 360 architecture to reach T your clients everywhere The he Yacht Brokerage So- tegrated with 15 social networks lutions for joomla was through APIs and generates high mobile access designed to answer the quality yacht PDF brochures and is becoming needs of yacht brokerage or dealer- monthly magazines.more and more the ship companies. It provides extensivefirst mode of access to features not found in the competition. We took great care of integrating our solutions with more than 15 socialinformation and content. The Yacht Brokerage solution includes networks APIs in order to automati-We could not ignore this lead request management to store all cally distribute the listings informa-fact in the roadmap and yacht requests. As well different re- tion to your social networks accounts quest forms for financing, insurance, without extra work on your side. Now-development strategy of storage, transport, survey store all re- adays, publishing yacht listings onour solutions.” quests in tables accesssible through your web site is not enough to reach maintenance screens in the adminis- potential buyers. tration panel. A good marketing strategy is to reach propects where they are most likely The Yacht Brokerage solution is in- to be.
  • 108. “““ Scheduled for the end of the year 2011, Our yachting solutions will include an iphone app and an ipad app in order to reach your potential clients wherever they are.” During the summer 2011, we will be prototyping the iphone and ipad apps, The development will be conducted during the last quarter of 2011 with a scheduled release date of december 2011.” ThE appS will close the circle of our 360 architecture where you will be able to reach your potential clients through all available channels: oNLINE,oFFLINE,MOBILE.”E xtensive and powerful fea- requests while keeping an history. tures are included in the Yacht Administration: Front-End and Back Broker Contacts Brokerage solution for joomla: end administration. Allows multiple Brokers, Brokerage companies haveDetailed yacht listings maintenance brokers managing their listings in an extended set of fields in order toscreens, High quality PDFs genera- the front end. enter all their contact information.tion, Social networks posting, RSS Offices location and contacts man-and XML feeds syndication, Web Listings Management agement is included for brokerageServices synchronization, CRM area. Pre-loaded templates for Sailboats, companies with several locations. Power Yachts. Fields and tabs canThe Yacht Brokerage solution allows be published or unpublished from Lead Managementa yacht broker/dealer company to the backend. Flexible layout. Different Online forms allow sitemanage and promote online an in- visitors to request more informa-ventory of new and used boats. Validations Tables tion, a yacht visit, financing... All the Over 110 validations pre-loaded: requests are saved in tables. emailThe Yacht Brokerage solution al- yacht make , engine make, elec- notifications are sent to brokers andready includes custom templates tronic, electrical.... offering a turn- broker can process the request ac-for motor yachts and sailboats. key solution. cordingly.The Yacht Brokerage solution allows Sales Cycle Forms Builderto present professionally the inven- Built-in Sales cycle allowing to All Online forms are linked to atory while giving a very quick ad categorizes the yachts : for sale/ data dictionary allowing to add oreasy management interface to the contract pending/sold. Sales cycle change fields for a specific forms.brokers and dealers. A lead man- steps can be modifiedbased on theagement area gives the opportuni- company’s process. Bulk Images Uploadty to brokers to manage quickly the Images are uploaded through a
  • 109. Yachting.vg flash utility allowing for the bulk upload and resizing of the listing images without timeout. Social Media Mar- keting Powerful and integrated APIs: Powerful & Integrated Syndication Services: Our Solution offers a very pow- erful synchronization tool in order to increase instantly the visibility of the listings in the Longitude 64 Yachting Network composed of over 40 web sites (and growing) targeting the yachting and luxury markets. The Yacht Brokerage Solu- tion is integrated through APIs with several social net- works in order to maximize counts will appear constantly maintained the exposure of the listings. and will help to turn visitors into followers Magazines Publishing A manual scheduler is ac- or fans extending once again the visibility The Yacht Brokerage solution for joomla cessible through the control of your yacht listings. generates high quality PDF magazines. All panel maintenance screen PDF magazine listings include a qrcode in order to post manually If your brokers had to manually update 15 generated in order to offer a quick access to to social network. However social networks, they will spend a consid- the listing from mobile phones. Companies the recomended way is to erable amount of time to do a repetitive using the Yacht Brokerage solution can now use the application cronjob work. present high quality corporate magazines scripts in order to schedule Current integrations with Social networks to clients and prospects. We can generate automatic postings at regu- APIs are: Facebook, Twitter, Scribd, Issuu, every month a monthly corporate maga- lar intervals. Slideshare, Flickr, Docstoc, Flickr, Picasa, zine with current listings. We can create Youtube. custom design for the magazines matching This outstanding integra- the company’s graphic chart for an addi- tion allows a brokerage Automatic XML Feed Generation is inte- tional cost. company to update auto- grated with: Olx, Vast, Oodle. matically major social net- 00 High quality PDF Generation works as soon as an update Automatic yachting XML Feed Generation is made to a yacht listing. It is integrated with: The Yacht Market, Boat The Yacht Brokerage solution for joomla brings constant updates to 24, Boatshop 24, Boats and outboards, generates high quality magazines. Maga- social networks accounts Boards & Outboards, Jameslist... zines are generated by our platform as a making them live and al- special service to clients using our yachting waqys brigning new con- It uses the openmarine xml standard. solution. tent or images. (www.openmarine.org) Your social networks ac- The integration with social networks is
  • 110. “ Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry’s standard dummy text eversince the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley oftype and scrambled it to make a” done through the Social Media Posting Scheduler. It allows to upload automatically the PDF magazines to scribd.com, docstoc. com, issuu.com, slideshare.net, box.net. The Social Media Posting Scheduler is accessed through a maintenance screen. (useful when you make frequent changes and eration of an xml file compatible with the Indesign workflow. This integration provides the best solution to create and generate a magazine includ- ing articles and current yacht listings. It al- lows brokerage companies to provide on a regualr basis news and events as well as the current yachts available for sale. PDF magazines generated can be accessed through an online viewer directly on a cli- ent’s website. And at the same time, it is posted in all the online documents sites need a revised copy immediately), or the maximizing the visibility and exposure. tasks scheduled can be run at regular inter- vals through an automated task (cronjob). By distributing electronic versions in PDF format, you decrease dramatically produc- A monthly magazine (electronic or printede tion and printing costs while giving to po- version) allows to establish your brand by tential customers a format suitable to read providing to potential clients a document offline. they can read offline with all your listings and contacts. We generate several magazines in our stan- dard foramt every month in order to maxi- 00 Adobe inDesign Workflow inte- mize the exposure. We can as well design a gration specific format for customers who want to create their own corporate magazine while We are able to generate monthly maga- including all the yachts currently for sale. zines in Adobe Indesign through the gen-
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  • 112. yacht brokerageThe Yacht Brokerage Solution for joomla was designed to answer the needs of yacht brokerage or dealershipcompanies. It provides extensive features not found in the competition.The Yacht Brokerage solution includes lead request management to store all yacht requests.As well different request forms for financing, insurance, storage, transport, survey store all requests intables accesssible through maintenance screens in the administration panel.The Yacht Brokerage solution is integrated with 15 social networks through APIs and generates high qualityyacht PDF brochures and monthly magazines.We took great care of integrating our solutions with more than 15 social networks APIs in order to automati-cally distribute the listings information to your social networks accounts without extra work on your side.Nowadays, publishing yacht listings on your web site is not enough to reach potential buyers. A good market-ing strategy is to reach propects where they are most likely to be. brokerage - dealerships - social networks - Syndication - magazines - brochures - marketing
  • 113. Yachting.vg Latitude 26 media agency London, UK +44 (0)20 7078-4226 Miami, fl USA +1 (305) 394-9652 crans montana, switzerland +41 (0)27 483-1220 skype latitude26.ch Web www.latitude26.ch Contact sales@latitude26.ch
  • 114. yacht CharterThe Yacht charter reservation Solutions for joomla was designed to answer the needs of yacht charter com-panies. It provides extensive features not found in the competition.The Yacht Charter Reservation solution includes reservation requests and quotes management as well asonline availability calendars.Also present, info request and reservation forms store all requests in tables accesssible through mainte-nance screens in the administration panel.The Yacht Charter Reservation solution is integrated with 15 social networks through APIs and generateshigh quality yacht PDF brochures and monthly magazines.We took great care of integrating our solutions with more than 15 social networks APIs in order to automati-cally distribute the listings information to your social networks accounts without extra work on your side.Nowadays, publishing yacht listings on your web site is not enough to reach potential buyers. A good market-ing strategy is to reach propects where they are most likely to be. charter - social networks - Syndication - magazines - brochures - marketing
  • 115. Yachting.vg 1 Miami Beach Miami Beach prepares for the Yacht & Brokerage Show. The Yacht & Broker- age Show in Miami Beach, Miami’s premier in-water boat show, is set to make a splash along Collins Avenue from February 16-20, 2012, presenting yachts and superyachts from the world’s most extraordinary custom boat builders. The show is free and open to the public. New and exciting show develop- N ments are in the works, including the show’s EWS & new smartphone app, MyBoatShow. Officially launched in October 2011 at the Fort Lauder- dale International Boat Show® with tremendous success, the free app, available on iPhone and EVENTS Android platforms, is designed to help navigate the show’s docks, land areas and tents. Attend- ees will be able to access show maps and search F for exhibitors, manufacturers, product catego- ries and boats by specifications and size. The EBRUARY app, which will be available for all boat shows produced by Show Management , also provides the show schedule, seminar information, show transportation schedules and maps, food and 2012 drink locations, restroom locations and emer- gency services. A lso new to this year’s Yacht & Brokerage Show in Miami Beach is TrawlerPort, a true show within a show. Located at the north end of the show, TrawlerPort will offer an impressive display of long-range cruisers called Trawlers. Trawlers are offered in lengths ranging from 35 to 90 feet and are built for long-term cruising of regional and worldwide destinations. 120
  • 116. 2 Barracudametre superyacht sites. The 4   Ron Holland  Kestrel 106 Yachting.vg Yacht Design unveils 52 Ron Holland-designed superyacht designers predict that upwind speeds in excess of launched in Turkey. The yacht is a delightful fast- 14 knots from 20 knots of breeze, at no more than cruising yacht, that offers accommodation for up8° heeling angle, will be achievable. The basis for the design to 10 guests in a full beam master cabin, a large double VIPis Barracuda’s proven concept of large, multiple windows cabin and two further cabins with additional pullman berths.in the hull, superstructure, accommodation areas and mainsaloon – witnessed so successfully onboard the 32m Akalam,which launched in the spring of 2011. The most importantrooms in the boat, therefore, will benefit from an unparalleled‘sensory’ experience with amazing vistas of the outside worldand plenty of natural light engulfing the inside. In a break fromtradition, aspects of the yacht’s General Arrangement see anumber of changes.3 Sunseeker The first of a distinctive new generation combining the very latest in innovation and technology, the new 28 Metre Yacht will make its world debut at the2012 Tullett Prebon London Boat Show (6th-15th January).The world launch will take place on Friday 6th January at11.30am on press day. This new design launches the nextgeneration of the ‘Sunseeker’ Yacht look. The element mostcaptivating is the remarkable extent of main deck glazing. 5Unusually full height and pillarless, the glazing flows con-tinuously down the sides and around the rear of the saloon,merging with the aft patio doors. This new wrap around glaz- Electraing gives the main deck accommodation a unique uninter- Chinese superyacht builder IAG launches therupted floor to ceiling panoramic view and an extraordinarily Electra 100’. The IAG Yachts shipyard, based inbright interior, bringing the outside in. Zhuhai (China) has launched its second yacht toJ date. The IAG 100’, the first of the Electra series, is now per- ust as this increases usability of the saloon throughout forming the sea trials and will be delivered shortly to the the day, particularly with the option of side doors and client, nevertheless, this yacht still stays in China area and bulwark balcony, other external social areas on the fore- will be presented in the following boat shows locally. Thedeck and flybridge have been innovated with new sunpad Electra 100’ measures 30 metres and with a beam of 6.5m,and group seating formats. The expansive foredeck has given is powered by two MTU M93 main engines that provide arise to a completely new seating and sunpad layout with maximum speed of 27knots as well as economical cruis-a centre companionway providing increased social areas. ing to a range of 2,000 nautical miles at 10 knots. She alsoThe large carbon fibre hard topped flybridge deck offers boasts a shallow 4 foot draft and an optimal seaworthyunrivalled room for enjoyment with a comparable increase ocean traveling hull form suitable for the most challengingin available space resulting in an area that can be tailored to conditions.suit every client’s needs. From spa tubs to extended sunpads,this area will have endless entertaining layouts to enjoy trueal fresco dining. HORIZON LAUNCHES SUPERYACHT MUSES FOR CHINESE CLIENT Horizon has announced the launch of the RP 120 Muses, the second superyacht above 100ft that Horizon has sold to China this year. Featuring an exterior design by the Ameri- can yacht designer JC Espinosa, the brand-new RP120 Muses is the third yacht in the 120 series. The superyacht has DNV certifications for both structural safety and stability, and her low resistance hull is designed to optimise performance when underway. 121
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  • 119. Yachting.vg Latitude 26 media agency London, UK +44 (0)20 7078-4226 Miami, fl USA +1 (305) 394-9652 crans montana, switzerland +41 (0)27 483-1220 skype latitude26.ch Web www.latitude26.ch Contact sales@latitude26.ch
  • 120. docks & slipsThe Docks & Slips Solution for joomla was designed to answer the needs of real estate agencies specializingin the sale and rental of yacht slips. It provides extensive features not found in the competition.The Docks & Slips solution includes lead request management to store all yacht slips requests.As well different request forms for financing, , slip rental, slip purchase store all requests in tables ac-cesssible through maintenance screens in the administration panel.The Docks & Slips solution is integrated with 15 social networks through APIs and generates high qualityyacht slips PDF brochures and monthly magazines.We took great care of integrating our solutions with more than 15 social networks APIs in order to automati-cally distribute the listings information to your social networks accounts without extra work on your side.Nowadays, publishing yacht listings on your web site is not enough to reach potential buyers. A good market-ing strategy is to reach propects where they are most likely to be. Slips for sale - slips for rent - social networks - syndication - magazines - brochures - marketing
  • 121. Yachting.vg 1 Pershing Pershing unveils the new Pershing 82 motoryacht. Pershing has unveiled a new and highly anticipated project: the Pershing 82’, a contemporary reinterpreta- tion of its successful predecessor, the Pershing 80’. The first 82’ will be delivered in the spring of 2012. D esigned by Fulvio De Simoni in close collaboration with AYT (Advanced Yacht DN Technology) and a team of architects and ESIGN designers at Centro Stile Ferrettigroup, the 82’ features an exterior that is sleeker and more ag- gressive than that of its predecessor, thanks to the shape of the cockpit windows, which can be EWS opened. The elongated superstructure features a small but highly practical sun-deck accessible via a carbon steel staircase, created by AYT in close collaboration with Besenzoni. T he Pershing 82’ is 24.97 metres long and provides 4 comfortable guest cabins (the master suite amidships, a VIP cabin F forward and two twin cabins) in the standard layout, or 3 guest cabins in an optional version, EBRUARY with a lounge-cinema room starboard, and two crew cabins with three beds. T wo powerful coupled 2435 hp MTU 16 V M93 power twin Searex SR140S surface 2012 propellers that guarantee a maximum speed of 45 knots and a cruising speed of 40 knots. 126
  • 122. 2 de GrootHybrid unveiled by Guido de Design 4   Misha Merzliakov  Yachting.vg The Intec Marine 90 Misha Merzliakov unveils 52 metre superyacht Groot Design. The Intec Marine 90 Hybrid is the first catamaran. Australian superyacht designer, and yacht from a series of energy efficient ‘next genera- 2011 Young Designer of the Year finalist, Mishation’ yachts with hybrid propulsion designed by Guido de Merzliakov, has sent us details of project Eva, a 52 metreGroot Design. Besides it’s energy efficiency, the yacht will emit catamaran design. Eva features a sumptuous mix of a glasslower noise levels and lower emissions of NOX and CO2. It has emphasized, Dutch art movement inspired exterior. Designedbeen developed in a joint effort with San Diego based naval to be of aluminum construction, which essentially translatesarchitect Doug Sharp. A lot of special care for the environmen- into a low draft & fuel-efficient yacht, the design utilizes antal concerns have been taken into consideration for the design, innovative bow door for vehicle & tender storage. Inside anthe construction and the operation of the yacht. The Intec Audi Q7 is stowed and can be driven off via the bow rampMarine 90 Hybrid will have a RINA marine green star design onto a dock or pier.certificate. Although having a length of 27.5 metres only, it is atrue 3-deck displacement motor yacht. She features a uniquefrontal dining area on the main deck directly connected to anoutdoor seating area and a Jacuzzi.3 Odyssey 5 Odyssey Yacht Design unveils Apollo One Hundred Motor Yacht. Odyssey Yacht Design recently un- veiled the Apollo One Hundred superyacht. We metup with the design team in Fort Lauderdale last month, who Viareggioexplained the new concept to us. This Semi Custom motor The use of glass on 72 metre superyacht Stellayacht has been developed with several key features in mind, Maris. At the latest Super Yacht Design Sympo-namely to fit the maximum internal living space into a pack- sium held in October in Palm Beach, Viareggioage which is sleek stylish and well designed. This has been Superyacht’s Managing Director, Federico Bennewitz,achieved by employing a new kind of architecture which is explained how to overcome the technical challenges ofunique to this yacht and offers many innovative and exciting using glass as a construction material on the 72-metreaspects. Within its dramatic exterior styling there is a sump- Stella Maris. Invited to join the speakers’ panel on “The usetuously appointed interior that offers unparalleled openness, of glass on super yachts”, Bennewitz shared with the audi-light and space in its unique layout. The Interior of the Apollo ence some of the problems faced and the solutions takenOne Hundred is perfect for entertaining. It has two large liv- in order to meet with the client’s main wishes to have aing and dining areas, ideal for catering for larger groups and villa-like feeling on the yacht, to maximize the pleasure ofequally as inviting for smaller and more intimate company. life on board in all seasons of the year, to assure the bestFrom the forward end of the main deck saloon and dining, privacy for himself and his guests and to have a certifieda split stair case guides you up to the open bridge or down helideck. The project has in fact been developed to blendto the lower lounge and entertaining area that also provides traditional elements of design and layout with new varia-access to the owners and guest cabins. tions on a theme - such as the staggered internal decks . MARÍN YACHTS AND ARQUINAVAL UNVEIL NEW 50 METRE SU- PERYACHT Marín Yachts, yacht division of the Spanish based shipyard Factoría Naval de Marín, builder of superyachts Follow me V, Elena and Germania Nova, introduces a new elegant and stunning 50 metre motoryacht. With the aim to cover the gap on its current supery- acht range, they have teamed up with Arquinaval, which has been in charge of the exte- rior design and the general arrangement.The designers created an elegant and timeless outline. 127
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  • 125. FERRETTI 731 - 2005 M A R B E L L A , S PA I N , 1 . 4 0 0 . 0 0 0 € Carine Yachts - Andrew Noble United Kingdom (+44) (01202) 901-721 www.carineyachts.comFerretti 731 (2005 model) powered by twin diesel (1550hp) Common Rail MAN engines and combined with the ARG( Anti Roll-ing Gyro) this vessel is sea-worthy, gorgeous and great value. With sleek lines, superb accommodation and high performance,the 731 is one of the true med cruisers. With a large full beam master that has the famous windows in it, the the master cabinlends itself to another universe. Spacious and comfortable, the view form this cabin is not too be missed and showering willnever seem arduous again. Two ample twin bunk cabins and a large VIP forward complete the guest accommodations. All ensuite and one of them doubles as a day head. Huge fly bridge with central helm station and loads of sun worshipping space.
  • 126. FERRETTI 780HT - 2006 M A R B E L L A , S PA I N , 2 . 8 9 0 . 0 0 0 € Carine Yachts - Andrew Noble United Kingdom (+44) (01202) 901-721 www.carineyachts.comFerretti 780 HT (2006 model) with twin diesel MTU engines (1660 hp). The Hard Top 780 is a boat to behold. Four luxuriouslyappointed guest cabins with panoramic windows in the full beam master suite. Crew quarters for two with separate access.Large outdoor areas and massive convertible garage door for bathing and jet-ski storage.Sun areas in abundance and greatperformance.
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