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A spate of new projects for residential cruise ships reveals as many hurdles as benefits
The €600m Scarlet Lady will feature immersive theatre, a tattoo parlour and a sexologist on its adult-only trips
Stricken industry has been ravaged by pandemic with losses soaring in third quarter
World’s largest operator cancels European and Australian sailings and pushes back US restart
Vendée Globe contest pits lone skippers against one another in a race around the globe
Leeway on tax rules that would leave UK-owned yachts moored in EU waters with extra bill after transition
Fears over region’s health capacity after 36 staff and four passengers from Norwegian ships test positive
The documentary explores how infection rapidly spread across liners and turned dream trips into floating nightmares
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Operators aim to rebuild trust with health measures but still face calls to improve conditions for their crews
Many of the seafarers are citizens of India, which has imposed tight restrictions on travel into the country
This year sees Prada launch its fifth challenge for the America’s Cup, and pouring multi-millions into the cause. But there’s more at stake than winning the trophy
At the right price, even the most troubled companies have lifelines available
The industry has voluntarily suspended sailings for a month but that could be extended
The industry faces choppy waters that will continue beyond the current epidemic
With 15 cabins, an expedition yacht’s range and a serious conservation brief, Aqua Blu is the new star of Indonesian waters. Can its maiden voyage live up to expectation?
Champion sailor Ben Ainslie worries about growing financial barriers to entry
The wooden-hulled pleasure steamer navigates the rugged delights of the Scandinavian country
Proper infrastructure and planning will keep cities from losing out on the economic benefits
The industry needs to be cleaner and more sensitive to the places where it sails
Commercial yacht skipper David Smith tells Claer Barrett about his late career switch
The design-led liner is pitched at passengers who’ve never been on a cruise
Luxury brands are concocting interactive experiences to lure the next wave of cruisers
The Maxi 72 attracts the most competitive of owners and the crème de la crème of crews