Next broadcast Mar 22, 12:00
Inside Superyachts is a six-part series on the design and craftsmanship of the world’s most amazing superyachts. Featuring leading interior designers and naval architects, alongside some of the world’s most elite superyacht builders. Inside Superyachts also covers the advancements in technology, engineering and 21st century materials, as well as trying out the all latest underwater toys.
Next Broadcast: Mar 22, 12:00 30 min.
In a television first we meet with the Godfather of Superyacht builders – Feadship Yachts. Established in 1849, this Dutch shipyard is not only the number one in the industry but also the most famous of all superyacht builders, having created masterpieces for the likes of Steve Jobs.
From the Netherlands we take a trip down to the ultra-discreet Principality of Monaco, host of the greatest yacht show in the world ‘The Monaco Yacht Show’. Then travel thousands of feet below the sea, exploring the vast ocean with Triton Submarines, utilized by some of films greatest names such as film director James Cameron and presenter David Attenborough.
Next Broadcast: Mar 22, 12:30 30 min.
From the Godfather of builders to the Grandaddy of designers we visit the studio of Bannenberg & Rowell to unveil the legend that is the late great Jon Bannenberg. Following the winds of change we discuss the growing demand for explorer yachts. We meet London based H2 Design, and learn about the groundbreaking 107m explorer M/Y Ulysses.
We continue our theme with EYOS Explorer and DAMEN yachts, the largest and most prolific ship builder on the planet.
Next Broadcast: Mar 29, 12:00 30 min.
Speed is the name of the game in this episode as we visit Dutch shipyard Heesen Yachts, renowned builder of recording breaking, fast, lightweight aluminium superyachts. We talk to naval architects ‘Omega’ and we get an onboard look at the racing colour design of M/Y Aurelia, designed by Bannenberg & Rowell.
Finally, no yacht would be complete without the latest technology and fastest onboard gadgets. We discover just what’s hot on a yacht with the most sought-after tech and AV firm, IdeaWorks.
Next Broadcast: Mar 29, 12:30 30 min.
Italians are known for their quality and style, and their superyachts are no different. Undoubtedly the largest and most famous of Italian builders is Perini Navi, makers of one of the most ecologically friendly superyachts in the world, the Maltese Falcon. We meet with designer Ken Frievokh and engineer Damon Roberts to understand the technology behind their ground-breaking dyna-rig onboard the Maltese Falcon.
We then take a look at some of the finest Italian boats built by one of the fastest growing shipyards Mondomarine, and we get an all access introduction to Viareggio’s Sealyon, whose opulent and glamorous interiors were designed by Martin Kemp at Candy & Candy.
Next Broadcast: Apr 05, 12:00 30 min.
Arguably, a superyacht is the most glamorous holiday you can take. Burgess yachts, the largest yacht broker in the world, talks to us about the process of owning and/or chartering your very own yacht.
We take a look at just how yachts are marketed and meet with Australian Shipbuilders Silver Yachts, who achieved the amazing feat of getting a Mercedes car onto their Yacht Silver Fast for one of the most epic yachts commercials ever.
For those wanting more than a charter, but don’t want to own a boat outright, we introduce them to MAHA Yachts, a brand new concept bridging the gap between Charter and Sales – a unique collaboration with the world leading hotelier Adrian Zecha from Aman Hotels and Feadship.
We sign off with one last adventure underwater, exploring the sea with Deep Flight and Rainbow Fish, interviewing Dr. Xin Wu who is helping to pioneer deep water tourism.
Next Broadcast: Apr 05, 12:30 30 min.
We talk with Ken Freivokh, designer of some of the world’s most iconic yachts and concepts ever. We meet with Thirty C leading CGI concept designers.
Lastly, no yacht would be complete without a vessel to get you to and from shore, and Pascoe Tenders open their doors, to give us an inside look at these space-aged, hyperluxurious tenders.