25 Mar 2024

Ultra G has a secret lifesaving superpower

Ultra G is a yacht that breaks a lot of new ground, even by the standards of Heesen yachts. Toting 22,000hp and a 37-knot top speed, Heesen’s most recent launch is also its most powerful yacht. And she is the first we’ve ever built with the innovative U Safe rescue system concealed aboard. U... Learn more arrow-right
25 Mar 2024

Heesen backs greener superyachts using the new YETI...

Marshalling half of the world’s superyacht builders into a single room at the same time is quite a feat. Doing it repeatedly over five years and emerging triumphant with an environmental yardstick to measure new yachts is a formidable feat. And yet this is exactly what the Water Revolution... Learn more arrow-right
22 Mar 2024

Sailing Majesty: Highlights from the 2024 St. Barth’s...

The 2024 edition of the St Barth’s Bucket Regatta is underway, and alongside the fleet of the most stunning sailing yachts in the world, the bay of St Barthelemy sees the presence of some of the most famous motor yachts ever built, gathered there to watch the race and participate in the super... Learn more arrow-right
22 Mar 2024

Navigating Yacht Sustainability: Insights from Palm Beach 2024

The first annual Sustainability Seminar gathered environmental advocates and yachting industry experts from a variety of disciplines during the 2024 Palm Beach International Boat Show to outline tangible steps for ocean preservation. Day Two of the 2024 Palm Beach International Boat Show opened... Learn more arrow-right
19 Mar 2024

Book-Ends Steakhouse a truly New York-style high end...

“Book-Ends Steakhouse is truly a New York-style high end steak Restaurant, like Peter Luger or Smith & Wollensky, but much better, because of Michele’s passion for excellence” says Mr. Book. “It all began with a New York Jets t-shirt, the American football team. I was wearing it one... Learn more arrow-right
15 Mar 2024

Palm Beach – America’s posh playground

How one man’s determination – and unlimited reserves of cash – transformed southern Florida into a millionaires’ playground. In 1878, on the advice of Henry Flagler and his wife Mary decamped for the winter from freezing New York City to Jacksonville, Florida. Mary died the following year... Learn more arrow-right