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Co-founded by Gary Wright and Charlie Birkett, Y.CO is the challenger brand of the global superyacht industry. Pioneering innovation and bringing a new dynamic, modern approach to yachting, Y.CO specialises in sales, purchase, charter, management, new construction and refit from superyacht hubs worldwide. Founded in 2004 and built on a foundation of specialist knowledge, first-hand onboard experience and a passion for yachts and exploring the ocean, Y.CO enables Owners and charter Clients to experience the adventure of yachting at the highest possible levels of service. Y.CO is synonymous with its signature yellow livery: bright, positive, fun and enthusiastic. It’s what we call Yellowessence.

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Telephone No: +377 93 50 12 12
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Email Address: experience@y.co
Website: www.y.co

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Contagious creativity More Details

How does Y.CO continually set the pace with its yacht marketing and digital platforms?

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Icon Yachts: a shipyard that knows no bounds More Details

The superyacht builder has been captivated by past refit projects and has a craving for a challenge.

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AC holds potential for New Zealand superyacht sector More Details

SuperyachtNews examines how New Zealand's America’s Cup victory could impact the Kiwi superyacht sector

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Depth added to 60m+ Feadship re-sale market More Details

Three 60m+ Feadship listings since March have filled the void left by last year’s sales.

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Bahia Mar becomes Foreign Trade Zone More Details

Fort Lauderdale-based Bahia Mar Marina has been designated as a Foreign Trade Zone just days after it was announced that FLIBS had attained a new 30-year lease at Bahia mar.

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Purchasing superyacht tenders - the data More Details

Data is king when it comes to purchasing, especially when part of a superyacht owner's budget, and our next project will provide the data, with your help.

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55m ‘Turquoise’ receives second €4 million-plus price reduction More Details

Chris Cecil-Wright says that, up to now, he’s “not surprised” the vessel hasn’t sold.

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Edmiston sells 75m ‘Enigma’ in 10 months More Details

The famous Blohm+Voss build has sold for its initial listing price of €47.5 million.

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Superyacht budgets made easy More Details

New software Voly has been designed specifically with superyachts in mind.

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A burgeoning British tender market More Details

The British tender market is amongst the world's best, we explore what has made the UK a hot bed of tender activity

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The Superyacht Management Report More Details

This revelatory data sample offers unique insight into the size and scope of top management companies' operations.

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Jacob Nicol passes away two years after Kibo fall More Details

Jacob Nicol, who fell while cleaning the 81m superyacht in May 2015, has died, according to a statement from his family.

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