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The SuperYacht Times Synopsis, as brought to you by SYT iQ, gives you the rundown of the top business stories and market reports from last month.
Big five business readsPhoto: Alexis Andrews / SuperYacht TimesImperial Yachts issues statement over US Sanctions
Imperial Yachts responded to the accusations made by the United States government and the various media outlets that shared “unfounded and inaccurate accusations”.
Seized Russian-owned 106m superyacht Amadea arrives in San Diego
Amadea “will remain in the custody of the U.S. government, pending its anticipated forfeiture and sale.” The superyacht arrived in San Diego Bay, U.S. on 27 June where it will await its fate.
First look at Nawi Island Marina: Fiji’s all-new state-of-the-art marina
Nawi Island Marina is situated in the lush, idyllic Savusavu Harbour and will be home to 132 fully serviced berths, 21 of which are dedicated for superyachts up to 85-metres in length.
Silent Yachts acquires new-build facility in Fano, Italy
Silent Yachts has acquired a new-build facility in Fano, Italy, which has a number of modern and well-equipped hangers for the building and outfitting of the brand’s Silent 60 and 80 series.
South-East Asia yacht sales surge with 24m+ sector gaining momentum
There has been a surge in the sale of yachts in the South-East Asia region. Boat Lagoon Yachting reported record sales, with 85 yachts sold in two years; 42 of which have been new yachts.
Market reportAs reported in the State of Yachting 2022, “In 2021, 302 new superyachts were sold from 17 different building countries. Italian builders profited by far the…
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