Posts Tagged With 'Cannes'
By Maarten Janssen, photo by Andrew ClellandThe??58.20 metre Trinity superyacht Carpe Diem?off CannesThe 58.20 metre Trinity superyacht Carpe Diem?is an?all-aluminium superyacht designed and engineered by the in-house design team of Trinity Yachts.?Carpe Diem’s interior is designed by?Carol Williamson & Associates. Carpe Diem?can sleep 10 to 12 guests in a full beam master stateroom on the main deck, four double guest stateroom and a convertible gym on the lower deck. There is accommodation for 10 crew.??Carpe Diem is powered by twin 3,384hp Caterpillar 3516B Series II HD diesel engines.... Read More
By Maarten Janssen, photo by Andrew ClellandSuperyacht Islander?off CannesWhen launched back in 1991 by Australian Yacht Builders, Islander (ex:?The Other?Woman) was one of the most extraordinary sailing yachts ever launched. She featured two tall masts, as well as twin 2330 HP MTU 12V4000 diesels, powering twin waterjets. More recently, Islander’s?masts were removed, and she has now?been turned into a motoryacht.?Following her two-year refit, Islander joined the YPI Charter fleet. She is?run by a crew of 12 under the command of South African Captain Duncan... Read More
Cannes is perhaps the only city in the world that boasts a world-class conference facility directly adjacent to a port capable of handling superyachts.? This is why so many conferences and festivals such as MIPIM, MIDEM, MIPCOM, Cannes Lions, and of course, the Cannes Film Festival, come back to Cannes each year.Cannes, with its two ports, nearby islands, quaint Old Town and ample restaurants is also the ideal setting for corporate events, team building and family celebrations.? Put simply, Cannes provides a superb backdrop for virtually any meeting or celebration.The numerous events in Cannes have spawned a wide selection of yachts that specialize in events of all types.? If you have an event to plan, there are catamarans that holds 56 day passengers for a day cruise to a superyacht that... Read More