Between 30th September and 8th October, the glamorous resort town of Saint Tropez will once again host the main sailing event on the Cote d'Azur, the Voiles de St Tropez. The iconic regatta will bring together some 300 magnificent vintage and modern sailing yachts from across Europe for a seafaring spectacle unlike any other. Adrenaline-inducing racing meets laid-back entertainment, as the international sailing community gathers in one of the world’s most exclusive destinations.
Working on a yacht is a challenging but highly rewarding career. Finding the best yacht crew vacancies involves a combination of hard work, luck and knowing the right people. A yachtie’s life is built on the philosophy of ‘work hard, play hard’, and there are plenty of rewarding jobs available on luxury yachts for the right candidates with the correct attitude. When you do get a few days’ break, you might be fortunate enough to attend prestigious events like the Monaco Yacht Show. Whether seeking employment on a better boat or searching for your first position, the Monaco Yacht Show is the perfect event at which to boost your job prospects.
The Nautic Paris Boat Show is held annually in December at the Porte de Versailles in Paris. The Nautic brings together all spheres of the watersports industry and becomes the largest indoor port in France.From Saturday 2 to Sunday 10 December 2017, you can be entertained by the world of sailing boats, motorboats, board sports, equipment, new technologies, services, rentals, tourism, and fishing.
Feadship has launched the 69-metre Samaya, a pure custom Feadship designed for luxurious diving expeditions around the world. The brief called for a yacht capable of remaining autonomous for long periods while exploring uncharted areas. This remarkable project was completed less than three years after the signing of the first agreement, itself reached after only three days of meetings.
By David Chazan, in paris
Saint-Tropez, the glittering Riviera resort favoured by celebrities and the super-rich, is lamenting a decline in the number of yachts berthed at its marina this summer.