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Christmas 2017 marked one year since our launch. To commemorate the journey, we created this showreel so you can have a glimpse into what it’s like behind the scenes at Superyacht Technology News. It’s been an emotional journey creating the dream: a digital news network exclusively dedicated to superyacht technology. Check out the video to […]

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Ewan Clark, the Director of Coppercoat, informs us about the challenges of legislation, why there isn’t a non-biocide solution that suits most superyachts, and why we need effective antifoul. Visit Coppercoat

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We caught up with Aina Rodriguez, Sales Manager at Nautipaints, to discuss the company’s time at METS and how it has developed over the years. Visit Nautipaints

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We hear from Diab’s Group Marine Manager Valerio Corniani about new developments in the core materials industry, and new frontiers that composites have been tackling.  Visit Diab

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We hear from Rob Papworth, Commercial Director at Compositeworks, about the company’s recent merge with MB92 and its new 4,000 tonne shiplift in La Ciotat.  Visit Compositeworks

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We look at Quantum Marine’s new Dyna Foil stabiliser design with John Allen, President of Quantum Marine, and hear about their plans to sponsor a new award. Visit Quantum Marine

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It’s likely most of you attended METS. But RAI Amsterdam isn’t a small place, and we doubt anyone can say they visited all of the technology that they wanted to at the show. And if you didn’t get to attend, you must be wondering what you missed. That’s why we filled our METS schedules with […]

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The Refit special edition is out now! Whatever refit works you have planned for this season, we have all the information you need to select the best tech. Don’t miss the final say on CELLweaver from CEO Wilko Darger, following the alleged fraud of an ex-associate. We also go in-depth with thermal imaging cameras in […]

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Pioneers of nautical robotics will soon be able to experiment amongst peers in a Cape Cod facility promising a place to fail and therefore learn. Named DunkWorks, and managed by the Center for Marine Robotics on behalf of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), the facility will open for public membership this September. Massachusetts Technology Collaborative […]

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