OceanTV ventures into Cornwall, UK, to the Pendennis shipyard with broker Ian Sherwood from Burgess and interior designer James Ratcliffe, managing partner at Q London, for a sneak preview of Project Fox. At just 35 metres but with a 3,600-mile range at 12 knots – and with the capability to carry some serious tenders and toys on her huge aft deck – Project Fox not only showcases the skills of the Pendennis team but also reflects the growing trend for smaller yachts that can still take you to the far-flung corners of the world, and then entertain you when you get there. With delivery scheduled for March 2023, she is available for sale – meaning she could be the perfect opportunity for someone who is looking to get adventurous for next year’s cruising seasons! Project Fox is offered for sale through Burgess.
Emirates Team New Zealand and the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron have announced Barcelona, in the region of Catalonia, as the host venue for the 37th America’s Cup. Barcelona is a leading city in terms of sustainability and social impact, with ambitions to become Europe’s digital and tech capital, so the alignment with the America’s Cup is clear. AC37 will be held in September and October of 2024. americascup.com