These are the bunch of characters that make the yachting community so much fun! Then yacht hop was, (as expected) a blast!
A gathering of 36 magnificient yachts, sunshine, light breeze, flawless organisation, fun parties and the who's who of the superyacht community: the 2015 St Barth's Bucket was a total success! Have a look at our photo album!
The 24th edition of the Monaco Yacht Show was a huge success and bigger than ever with 115 yachts on display inside the Port Hercule, ranging from 80ft to over 300ft. Hundreds of yachts at anchor in the harbor were also open for viewing. Over 500 companies including topnotch yacht designers, shipyards, yacht brokers, superyacht services and suppliers displayed their high quality products to 33,000 select visitors. And let’s not to forget what makes Monaco Yacht Show so much fun to attend: the endless social events, cocktails or gala parties organized by the exhibitors on the yachts, at their stands or at some luxury location. Once again, the most elegant of events was the Bal de la Mer, hosted at the spectacular new waterfront building of Yacht Club de Monaco, and benefiting the International SeaKeepers Society. Here are some photos of the most impressive yacht show in the world.
Fantastic event at the Newport Shipyard! Lots of fabulous all plant based foods to sample from prestigious vendors, fantastic speakers including Matthew Kenney Cuisine coming from CA and perfect weather.
Great first day at the Antibes Yacht Show. Crew party was a hit!
One of the best editions of the Bucket ever with perfect weather, fantastic fleet and wonderful cast of characters. 3 racing days, 3 different yachts! A big thank you to yachts Silencio, Seahawk with captain Johnno Johnston and Lady B for having me on board!
From its casual beginning in Nantucket in 1987 (with seven boats) to its most recent iteration in Newport and St. Barths (where over 40 yachts are preparing to race), Bucket Regattas have captured sailors' imagination in a way that no other event can begin to approach.