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Ahead of Ayuk Ntuiabane’s attendance as a speaker at the ‘Opportunities in Superyacht’s conference on 23 February, Equiom’s VAT Director discusses the key areas to consider when purchasing a superyacht. Continue reading
The Malta International Boats & Yachting Awards 2017
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Cloudy skies, intermittent drizzle and a light to sometimes moderate breeze from the south to southwest greeted the fleet to some of the closest most exciting races yet. All five boats lined up for the three windward / leeward races with clusters of red and blue spinnakers battling round the course changing positions constantly. Continue reading
Day Three of the 2015 Royal Malta Yacht Club Match Racing Winter Series was held on Saturday with a light to moderate westerly breeze and rain holding back just long enough to allow the three competing teams to race each other twice in six matches.
Ray Condachi and his team made up of Adrian Gauci Borda, Mark Camilleri and Fabio Galea won three of the four matches losing out only to newcomer Patrick Vassallo who’s team was the only one to spoil Condachi’s unbeaten record in the Series so far. Continue reading
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Originally scheduled for 09:30hrs, it was only an hour later that the wind picked up slightly. Light and shifty northerly winds of just over five knots made for very tricky conditions. Eventually the sun came out and the wind increased to a steady north westerly of about ten knots. Continue reading