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Women in Marine: The Magenta Project

The Magenta Project, led by female Volvo Ocean Race sailing champions is driving opportunities for women in the marine industry – here’s how they’re succeeding.

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Women in Marine: Martine Grael

Olympic Gold medalist Martine Grael has become the latest high-profile female sailor to sign up for the Volvo Ocean Race.

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Women in Marine – Dame Ellen MacArthur

Ellen MacArthur is as engaged on land as she was at sea - someone who aims to improve the way we live, and change the world with fantastic sailing records.

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How New Foil Technology Is Transforming Sailing

The talk of the dockside wherever you are in the world, foiling is set to transform the Marine industry. The America’s Cup is harnessing hydrofoils to drive lighter boat structures and faster racing y...

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Best 5 Moments of the Superyacht Cup Palma

The 22nd edition of the Superyacht Cup Palma begins in less than a week – take a look back at the best moments of the longest running Superyacht regatta in Europe.

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52 Super Series 2018: Season Launch

After an exciting preseason, the long-awaited 52 Super Series season has just begun in Sibenik, Croatia.

10 Best Superyacht Concepts

Superyacht designers are a huge part of the innovation in the Marine industry, pushing the boundaries of what's possible. We take a look at some of the most innovative and daring designs of the last d...

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Women in Marine: Shirley Robertson

Shirley Robertson made history by becoming the first British woman to win two Olympic Gold Medals at consecutive Olympics: Sydney 2000 and Athens 2004.   Shirely Robertson: Olympic Medalist & Sail...

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7 Reasons to Work in the Marine Industry

Looking for adventure? Want a challenging career? A job in the Marine industry could be the start of a new and exciting career change.

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How J-Class Yachts Made America’s Cup History

Considered one of the most elegant racing yachts in the world, J-Class yachts have maintained a special connection with the America’s Cup since they appeared in 1930 to compete in the 14th America’s C...

Sustainable Development in the Marine Industry

In the run-up to the launch of Tracy Edwards’ global equality campaign and the relaunch of record-breaking yacht Maiden, we reveal the top three initiatives spearheading Marine sustainability across t...

Spanish Marine Industry: The 2018 Resurgence

VHR are delighted to announce opening of our new office in Valencia, Spain. Opening its doors on April 5th, VHR's new office in Valencia will be based in the heart of Valencia's America's Cup Port – a...