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November 2017 MySong-SBDAward-News

MCM Press Release

MY SONG wins – again

After successful results on the race circuit, the International Superyacht Society 2017 Award for Best Sailing Yacht (24-40m) went to MY SONG, at a gala dinner during Fort Lauderdale boat show.

MCM's Nigel Ingram was owner's representative through her build. MY SONG, designed by Reichel Pugh Yacht Design and Nauta Design and built by Baltic Yachts, also won Best Sailing Yacht at the World Superyacht Awards as well as Most Innovative Sailing Yacht and Best Exterior Design and Styling awards at the ShowBoats Design Awards.

MCM congratulates the owner and all those involved in MY SONG'S creation.

2017: 29 YEARS of managing new construction projects!
MCM has managed the construction of over 75 yachts in the last 29 years.
Founders Nigel Ingram and Peter Wilson regularly sail competitively with MCM’s clients after delivery, keeping up-to-date with racing technology.
 

May 2017 MySong-WSA-News

MCM Press Release

"MCM yachts" win Awards

MCM's founding Partners, Peter Wilson and Nigel Ingram, are delighted that two of their yachts have won more awards at the World Superyacht Awards in Florence and congratulate the Owners of all the winners.

The 39.6-metre high performance Superyacht MY SONG won the Best Sailing Yacht under 40 metres award.

Built by Baltic Yachts with naval architecture by Reichel-Pugh and exterior & interior styling by Nauta, MY SONG's build management was provided by MCM's Nigel Ingram, who acknowledges that he was very fortunate to have "an Owner with such a clear vision and experience to assemble the terrific project team", while personally providing support to enable the sensational yacht.
 
The 70-metre SYBARIS – the biggest yacht under MCM's management in their Yacht Management Division – was judged by the distinguished panel of no less than 20 superyacht owners to be the best yacht in her class (Sailing Yachts 40 meters and above) and more importantly, achieved the prestigious recognition as the Sailing Yacht of the Year.

Built by Perini Navi, naval architecture with Philippe Briand, the magnificent, flybridge ketch will proudly carry her Neptune award in her PH Design interior for many more years, and nautical miles, of powerful sailing worldwide.

MCM salutes the owner for realizing his vision in creating this very special yacht.
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2017: 29 YEARS of managing new construction projects!
MCM has managed the construction of over 75 yachts in the last 29 years.
Founders Nigel Ingram and Peter Wilson regularly sail competitively with MCM’s clients after delivery, keeping up-to-date with racing technology.
 

February 2017 MySong-SBDAward-News

MCM Press Release

FOUR(+) ShowBoats Design Awards won by TWO yachts.

TWO superyachts, that MCM is involved with, won TWO ShowBoats Design Awards each during the Superyacht Design Symposium in Kitzbühel, Austria.

The 39.6-metre MY SONG – with Naval Architecture by Reichel-Pugh, exterior & interior styling by Nauta and built by Baltic Yachts, with MCM’s Nigel Ingram providing build management on behalf of her owner – has won two ShowBoats Design Awards: Best Exterior Design & Styling (Sail) + Most Innovative Sailing Yacht

“For this project we were very fortunate to have an Owner with a clear vision for the project, the experience to assemble the terrific project team and the support to enable the sensational result – MY SONG– Nigel Ingram, MCM.

MCM’s largest yacht under management, the 70-metre SYBARIS – and the second-largest Perini Navi worldwide – also won two ShowBoats Design Awards: Best Interior Layout & Design (Sail) + Best Lighting Design + PH Design (her designer) also won Newcomer of the Year Award!

“Both yachts were worthy winners in a multitude of aspects. If they hadn’t been against each other in some categories each might well have won three awards! We congratulate the Owners, designers and builders. All at MCM thrive on seeing owners enjoy their yachts to the full and this is one of many moments when we are particularly proud to be associated with them!” – Nigel Ingram & Peter Wilson, of MCM.

Meanwhile, on the other side of the Atlantic, the Owner of the beautiful Andre Hoek/Truly Classic 90 ACADIA, built by Claasen in The Netherlands, entered his yacht to compete in the Antigua Superyacht Challenge. She raced to a solid second place finish for the week. Based on the fact that ACADIA is essentially fresh out of the box and has never raced before, this is a truly remarkable accomplishment. Peter Wilson of MCM, who took the helm for the regatta (and also assembled the international race crew), said “Antigua always provides Champagne sailing and this week was no exception with sparkling sunshine and 15 – 20 knots of wind every day”.

He chose this regatta not solely based on the conditions, but also because of its intimate nature and the historic venue of Nelson’s dockyard in English Harbour. Wilson went on to say ACADIA’s world-class race crew, many who are America’s Cup and Volvo veterans, acquitted themselves excellently. We seriously put the yacht through her paces”. The Owner now knows that wherever he takes this yacht, she can more than stand on her own two feet. The Owner was thrilled with this, his first “big boat” regatta and is already discussing the next event.

2017: 29 YEARS of managing new construction projects!
MCM has managed the construction of over 75 yachts in the last 29 years.
Founders Nigel Ingram and Peter Wilson regularly sail competitively with MCM’s clients after delivery, keeping up-to-date with racing technology.
 

December 2016 MySong-news2

MCM Press Release

EIGHT ShowBoats Design Awards Finalist slots for two sailing yachts. The MCM connection.

Two superyachts that MCM is involved with feature on the ShowBoats Design Awards Finalists list, the winners due to be announced on 5 February during the Superyacht Design Symposium in Kitzbühel, Austria.

The Baltic Yachts built 39.6-metre MY SONG – with MCM’s Nigel Ingram providing build management on behalf of her owner – has been selected as a ShowBoats Design Awards Finalist in THREE categories: Best Exterior Design & Styling (Sail), Best Interior Layout & Design (Sail) and Most Innovative Sailing Yacht. The high-performance MY SONG – with naval architecture by Reichel Pugh, interior and exterior by Nauta – showcases an innovative Retractable Propulsion System and contains a luxurious cruising interior, despite her aggressively performance-oriented exterior fit out.

 
The 70-metre SYBARIS, which is managed by MCM – the second-largest Perini Navi worldwide – is a Finalist in FOUR categories, plus her designer in ONE: Best Exterior Design & Styling (Sail), Best Interior Layout & Design (Sail), Best Naval Architecture (Sail), Most Innovative Sailing Yacht and Best Lighting Design. SYBARIS’ interior designer PH Design, is also a Finalist for the Newcomer of the Year Award!

She is MCM’s first superyacht of over 500GT, joining its fleet of 20+ managed yachts. Her two masts reach 72 and 62 metres and she displaces 927 tonnes.

“We congratulate the owners, designers and builders of both yachts. MCM is proud to have overseen the construction of MY SONG and to be responsible for SYBARIS’ management. Both yachts are worthy of winning design awards and being selected as a Finalist in so many categories is an achievement in itself.” – Nigel Ingram & Peter Wilson, of MCM.
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2016: 28 YEARS of managing new construction projects!
MCM has managed the construction of over 75 yachts in the last 28 years.
Founders Nigel Ingram and Peter Wilson regularly sail competitively with MCM’s clients after delivery, keeping up-to-date with racing technology.
 

November 2016 Nikata-SSDA-Award-News2

MCM Press Release

NIKATA wins International Superyacht Society Design Award, its sixth award…

MCM is delighted that the 35-metre racer-cruiser NIKATA – with MCM providing build management on behalf of her owner – has won a sixth award: the International Superyacht Society Yacht Design Award for Sail (24-40 metres).
 
A distinguished panel of 12 judges made the decision and the award was presented at a gala event during the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. Runner up was the 38.8-metre Hoek/Claasen sloop ATALANTE, her construction also managed by MCM’s Nigel Ingram.
 
Designed by Judel/Vrolijk, styled by Nauta Design and built by Baltic Yachts, NIKATA’s racy looks match her speed. The high level of constructionsupports the latest in performance sailing hardware above deck and a stunning Nauta designed interior below with all the expected superyacht amenities.
 
“We congratulate the owners, designers and builders of both yachts. In their different styles and use profile these two yachts represent the very best in today’s sailing superyacht; safe, great looking, wonderful to live aboard and exhilarating to sail. Both worthy winners” – Nigel Ingram.

2016: 28 YEARS of managing new construction projects!
MCM has managed the construction of over 75 yachts in the last 28 years.
Founders Nigel Ingram and Peter Wilson regularly sail competitively with MCM’s clients after delivery, keeping up-to-date with racing technology.
 

October 2016 MySong-MCMNews

MCM Press Release

Hand Over, Delivered, Managed, In Build

Since its publication, the all-carbon, 39.6m Baltic MY SONG – interior design and exterior styling by Nauta Yachts, naval architecture and composite engineering by Reichel/Pugh – has been delivered. She showcases an innovative Retractable Propulsion System as well as a host of other performance sailing features above deck and a luxurious cruising interior below. Project-manager, Nigel Ingram of MCM, commented: “Because of their holistic, in-house approach to design, engineering and construction with teams for all disciplines constantly communicating with each other, Baltic are one of the very few yards capable of building such a complex yacht on time and to weight. They are in complete control and successfully managed many changes throughout the build.”
MY SONG photo © Carlo Borlenghi

Meanwhile Peter Wilson of MCM, project manager of the Truly Classic 90, ACADIA, just launched and delivered at Claasen Shipyards, states that her owner is an experienced yachtsman who, apart from the occasional superyacht regatta, is planning some significant exploration cruising in equatorial regions as well as high latitudes including Cape Horn, the Falklands and South Georgia. MCM has been appointed, by Acadia’s owner, for yacht management, with Wilson remaining closely involved in both regattas and cruising.

MCM is also proud to announce that its first superyacht of over 500 GT has joined its management fleet, the owner of the 887 GT, 70-metre Perini Navi SYBARIS having switched to MCM. With MCM’s Management Division, headed by Mike Drake, having taken on new staff in 2016, including a Compliance Officer, DPA and Company Security Officer, MCM anticipates more 500 GT+ superyachts joining its 20+ yachts under management.

On the motor vessel new-build front, the 58-metre Philippe Briand-designed Vitruvius is progressing smoothly at Feadship (De Vries), since her keel laying ceremony in February 2016, on schedule for her early 2019 delivery. Studio Christian Liagre is responsible for the interior design. MCM’s Peter Wilson is the owner’s representative.

2016: 28 YEARS of managing new construction projects!
MCM has managed the construction of over 75 yachts in the last 28 years.
Founders Nigel Ingram and Peter Wilson regularly sail competitively with MCM’s clients after delivery, keeping up-to-date with racing technology.
 

September 2016

MCM Advocate Newsletter #10MCM-Advocate-Newsletter-10-News

Quite a year...

With a couple of very recent launches, Nigel and Peter have been busy addressing the myriad details that are all part of the commissioning and handover protocols. The breathtaking 39.6-metre Reichel/Pugh, Nauta carbon speedster expertly built by Baltic, MY SONG, is sure to turn heads wherever she sails and in all likelihood, show her competitors on the race course a clean pair of heels. However, when in cruising mode, she will be an extremely comfortable yacht for the owner to enjoy in elegance and style. And at the “classic” end of the spectrum, the delightful 27.4m ACADIA from the board of André Hoek with her elegant mahogany paneled interior is just being put through her paces. The owner has some wonderfully ambitious expedition plans for her which we will report on in due course. You will also read about the 58m Vitruvius by Philippe Briand at Feadship that marches steadily onwards and a recent signing of a beautiful 39m Hoek sloop which is developing along the lines of our very successful ATALANTE project. At time of going to print we are in the process of signing a couple more very interesting yachts as well and we look forward to sharing more on those projects with you soon…

On the management front, we are very excited to have signed the extremely impressive 70m 887 GT Perini, Briand, PH Design ketch SYBARIS. She is simply spectacular. Also signed to management are NIKATA, the 35m Baltic Yachts high performance sailing yacht, DARDANELLA, a 37m Vitters explorer motor yacht, P2, the well-known 38m Perini Navi/Briand performance sailing yacht, and ACADIA mentioned above. The Yacht Management Division goes from strength to strength and we are honored that our clients have placed their faith in us to manage these assets.

You will also get to know our new team members Matt Riley, Heather Vye and Dianne Dallmeyer in our yacht management and accounts departments.

In the meantime, we’ve managed to get out of the office and have been variously racing, cruising and getting certified…

We hope you enjoy this edition of the advocate and we look forward to seeing you along the waterfront.

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May 2016

WORLD SUPERYACHT AWARDS 2016     MCM

MCM congratulates the Owners, designers and builders of ATALANTE and NIKATA, winning and receiving a special commendation at the World Superyacht Awards respectively.
 
An impressive line up of 22 superyacht owners on the Jury visited the finalists around the world and the awards were presented in Florence on 14 May at the Palazzo Vecchio.

Winner of ‘Sailing Yacht 30-39.99m’ ATALANTE, a 38.8-metre sloop whose beautiful lines were drawn by Hoek Design Naval Architects and built by Claasen Shipyards.
As well as her looks, the judges also commented on her well-developed deck plan, adding “ATALANTE is also an excellent performer on the water and embodies a good internal layout with superb guest and crew spaces and a well laid out engine room.”
 
MCM’s Nigel Ingram comments:ATALANTE  is a step up from the previous 90 footer, also named ATALANTE. The Owner selected the same design and build team, to build on the experience from the earlier build together  and take on board the owner and captain’s ideas to produce a high-performance, comfortable long-distance cruising yacht.”
 
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In the awards same category, the 35-metre racer-cruiser NIKATA (which had won four Design Awards only three months earlier) received the Judges’ Special Award for Design & Performance. Designed by Judel/Vrolijk, styled by Nauta Design and built by Baltic Yachts, her racy looks match her speed – she reached 24.8 knots during her first Atlantic crossing and won her class in the RORC Caribbean 600.
Judges noted the high level of construction, which includes carbon pre-preg laminate with a Corecell foam core, high-speed winches and an easy-trim jib system.
On top of the racing credentials the judges did not miss the 200-bottle wine cellar, six fridges, two freezers and spectacular sound system, as well as the opening transom that converts to a bathing platform.
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Nigel Ingram of MCM acted on behalf of the Owners of both ATALANTE and NIKATA during their builds.
 
MCM has managed the construction of over 75 superyacht new builds over the past 28 years.
 


MCM-Nikata-Winner-WSA16February 2016

NIKATA WINS 4 SHOWBOATS DESIGN AWARDS

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MCM is thrilled to learn that NIKATA won three ShowBoats Design Awards outright and one more jointly.

NIKATA won the Exterior Design & Styling Award (Sail): “The judges chose to make Nikata the winner because of Nauta Design’s sympathetic response to the owner’s brief to not compromise the yacht’s regatta-style performance in delivery of an attractive profile and a high level of comfort at sea.”

NIKATA also won the Interior Layout & Design Award: “the design needed to accommodate a lifting keel, which meant designing the owner and VIP guest accommodation around a large, vertical keel box. The layout smartly places crew cabins, navigation station, galley and access to machinery spaces aft with direct access to the helm area on deck”.

NIKATA won the Holistic Design Award (Sail): “Everything about the yacht inside and out – even the crew area – seemed dedicated to simplicity, speed and efficiency, achieved with use of top technology and materials”.

To cap the success, NIKATA also jointly won the Naval Architecture Award. MCM congratulates the owner, builder, naval architects and designers of NIKATA, whose build was construction-managed at Baltic by MCM on behalf of the owner.

MCM is also delighted to learn that the 34-knot, 11.4-metre Limousine Tender, which MCM managed the build of at Hodgdon Yachts, is winner of the Tender Design Award – selected from twelve entries.

 

February 2016

WSA 2016 Finalist NewsWorld Superyacht Awards Finalists 2016


MCM congratulates the owners, designers and builders of ATALANTE, DORYAN and NIKATA for being named as finalists for the Sailing Yachts (30-39.99m) category of the World Superyacht Awards.

The same three yachts are also finalists for the upcoming ShowBoats Design Awards, see article below.

22 owners on the Jury are visiting the finalists around the world and the winners will be announced in Florence on 14 May at the Palazzo Vecchio.
 


MCM-SBD-Awards-Boats-newNovember 2015

ShowBoats Design Awards 2016 Finalists

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MCM is pleased to learn that three of its 2015 new-build launches, plus a tender, have been shortlisted as ShowBoats Design Awards 2016 finalists.

With the variety of boats and categories ranging from the Tender Design Award for the Michael Peters / Hodgdon 11.4m (37.4ft) LIMOUSINE TENDER,

through the 35m (115ft) Judel/Vrolijk/Nauta/Baltic NIKATA (Holistic Design, Naval Architecture, Interior Design, Exterior Design & Styling),

and 35.3m (116ft) Judel/Vrolijk/Nauta/Baltic DORYAN (Exterior Design & Styling, Interior Design),

to the 38.80m (127ft) Hoek/Claasen ATALANTE (Holistic Design, Naval Architecture, Interior Design, Exterior Design & Styling),

there is the potential for 11 awards for boats that MCM project-managed on behalf of their owners.

MCM congratulates the owners, designers and builders of this fleet of motor and sail yachts and looks forward, with anticipation, to the announcement of the winners in Kitzbühel,
Austria on 22 February.

 

September 2015

MCM Advocate Newsletter #9MCM-Advocate-Newsletter-9-News

They say that “variety is the spice of life”. Well if that is indeed true, then things are pretty spicy at MCM!

As you will read in this edition, at one end of the spectrum we have signed a stunning ~60m Vitruvius designed all-aluminium motor yacht to be built by Feadship (our largest to date). While at the other end, we have launched a lovely 11.5m limousine tender built by Hodgdon Yachts. In between we have been heavily involved with a series of enormously successful light weight, carbon performance sailing yachts we have been doing at Baltic Yachts as illustrated with the launching of the 35.3m DORYAN and the 35.1m NIKATA. Both stunning looking vessels boasting fabulous performance coupled with Superyacht comfort and luxury. Additionally, there’s the elegant and timeless Spirit of Tradition Hoek designs - the 39m ATALANTE and the 27.5m Truly Classic. We have another groundbreaking project that due to her highly innovative nature is confidential at present, but we hope to bring you news on her in due course.
You will also read about MCM refits from Turkey to the UK; racing we’ve been doing on our yachts in the Med, Caribbean and the UK - along with the successes of MCM’s Yacht Management Division – the portfolio continues to develop.
We are also pleased to introduce you to our delightful and knowledgeable new staff members Jon and Caitlin and to showcase our expanded offices in Newport.
We hope you enjoy this edition and look forward to seeing you on the waterfront in the coming year.

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July 2015

38.7m ‘neo-classic’ ATALANTE + 35.4m ‘carbon cruising speedster’ DORYAN launched and at MYS
 

MCM is proud to see two new sloops launched in June for which MCM acted as representatives of the owners, managing their construction.
Both yachts will be at Monaco Yacht Show.

 
ATALANTE, a Truly Classic 127 built by Claasen Shipyards is designed by Hoek Design and constructed of aluminium to MCA LY2 regulations.

Traditional looks and optimised performance makes her perfect for Spirit of Tradition or Superyacht Cup type regattas alike.

Nigel Ingram comments: "At MCM we were particularly happy to be working again with this very experienced Owner – indeed the entire build team for this project worked together on his previous yacht just a few years ago."
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DORYAN, a 35.4m Judel/Vrolijk styled by Nauta Design team, built of composite by Baltic Yachts, is a spectacular performance cruiser finished in bright red metallic paint.

A sleek fixed bimini, complementing the wraparound deckhouse windows, protects the spacious cockpit while forward there is a sun bathing area.
Fast ocean passages, long-term living comfort and lazy days in idyllic anchorages is the idea, her lifting keel giving the best of both worlds.

MCM's Nigel Ingram says: "It was a pleasure to work with Baltic Yachts again for a demanding owner, the end result being a high performance but easy to handle cruiser."
 
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Meanwhile, other MCM boats continue to thrive:
 
MARIE wins the Superyacht Cup Palma, with three straight firsts in class and the regarra winner’s overall.
MCM's Peter Wilson who was aboard the 54.6m Vitters/Hoek ketch says: "The racing team was made up of 20 or so ‘regulars’ who have been the core of the group for the last couple of years, complemented by Marie's rightly proud owners and friends. As a result of that continuity and consistency, we enjoyed smooth manoeuvres, good helmsmanship, tactics, navigation and excellent teamwork in every race – coupled with race courses that suited us well while the weather Gods smiled on us. It is terrific to be part of such a tight-knit and well-oiled machine, especially as MCM managed the construction and manages the yacht on an ongoing basis".
The owner is rightly proud of his team’s accomplishments.
 
LIONHEART battled it out successfully in Falmouth at the J-Class yachts regatta.
MCM’s Nigel Ingram reports: “Going into the final race two points covered the three J-Class yachts and all was to play for. Falmouth had already dished up the full range of sailing conditions for the regatta but saved the best for last – good breeze and bright sunshine enjoyed by the huge crowds of spectators on and off the water. Needing to win the last race Lionheart clawed her way into the lead at the first mark and from then on held her slim advantage despite all of the excitement close behind. A hard earned race win for Lionheart and well-deserved overall regatta victory”.
Lionheart is managed by MCM with additional overseeing of the race program (boat development and crew) by Nigel Ingram.
 
MCM at MYS 23-26 Sept 2015 : Nigel Ingram, Peter Wilson and Mike Drake will be attending MCM this year – as well as Atalante and Doryan.
 
2015: 27 YEARS of managing new construction projects!
MCM has managed the construction of over 72 yachts in the last 27 years.
MCM yachts have picked up 11 awards in the past two years.
 

May 2015WISP-WSA-May15News

WIN for “WISP” at World Superyacht Awards 2015

BEST Sailing Yacht Over 45m: “WISP”

MCM is delighted to see yet another award for a new construction that was managed by MCM, with “Wisp” picking up its third ‘Oscar’ at the World Superyacht Awards in Amsterdam on 9 May 2015.
 
“MCM #163” was built at Royal Huisman and designed by Hoek, with a Rhoades Young interior, for a discerning owner to cruise in as well as race in some superyacht regattas.
 
MCM’s Nigel Ingram says: “It was a challenge to meet the owner’s high expectations during this project but the successful result is thanks to hard work by all concerned, from the builders and designers to sub-contractors and suppliers. The quality of the yacht speaks for itself but this third award is the icing on the cake”.
 
MCM’s Peter Wilson adds: “We feel extraordinarily privileged to have worked on behalf of some of the most discerning owners in recent years, whose design vision, drive for the best and enthusiasm for yachting has resulted in four yachts, power and sail, picking up 11 awards in the past two years alone”.
 
The 48-metre classic sloop, Wisp, is MCM’s first project with Royal Huisman.
 
2015: 27 YEARS of managing new construction projects!
MCM has managed the construction of over 72 yachts in the last 27 years.
Photo Credit: Ingrid Abery
 

March 2015WISP-sailing

Double win for “Wisp” at ShowBoats Design Awards 2015

Best Sailing Yacht Over 40m: Exterior Design (Hoek Design)
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Best Sailing Yacht Over 40m: Interior Design (Rhoades Young)
 
MCM is delighted to see yet another “multiple award” for a new construction that was managed by MCM, with “Wisp” picking up two ‘Oscars’ at the ShowBoats Design Awards in February.
 
“MCM #163” was built at Royal Huisman and designed by Andre Hoek, with a Rhoades Young interior, for a discerning owner to cruise worldwide, and to compete in an occasional superyacht regatta.
 
MCM’s Nigel Ingram says: “It was a challenge to meet the owner’s high expectations during this project but the successful result is thanks to hard work by all concerned, from the builders and designers to sub-contractors and suppliers. The quality of the yacht speaks for itself; the awards are the icing on the cake”. 
 
The 48-metre classic sloop, Wisp, is MCM’s first project with Royal Huisman.
 
2015: 27 YEARS of managing new construction projects!
MCM has managed the construction of over 70 yachts in the last 27 years.
 

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INUKSHUK Wins ISS Award

MCM is delighted to report that the Baltic Yachts INUKSHUK, whose construction MCM managed on behalf of the owner, has won yet another award (a clean sweep!) – Best Sail 24-40m at the International Superyacht Society Design & Leadership Awards.

She was designed by German Frers with an interior by Adam Lay Studio.

The Royal Huisman WISP, whose construction was also managed by MCM, was a finalist in the ISS Sail 40m+ class.

MCM’s team is attending Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) and will be on-hand for discussions of new build projects and yacht management.

MCM’s beautiful Vitters-built MARIE is present at FLIBS. Probably the best sailing yacht at the show!
 

September 2014MCM-Advocate-Newsletter8

MCM Advocate Newsletter #8

As you will read, since our last edition (the 25th anniversary edition) we have been busy on a number of different fronts. We have three very exciting and performing composite yachts under construction with Baltic and we are also very pleased to have launched, commissioned and handed over our first project with Royal Huisman, the 47.6m WISP. A true spirit of tradition yachtsman’s yacht.
Additionally, you will learn about other new projects, new team members at MCM, awards our client’s yachts have secured and an update on the steady growth of the Yacht Management Division.
We hope you enjoy this edition and we look forward to seeing you on the waterfront or at the Ft. Lauderdale boat show or at a regatta somewhere.
Additionally, we were proud to be invited to discuss MCM’s accomplishments and services for owners with the editors of Superyacht Business in London early in 2014. The magazine’s front cover is replicated here. Reprinted in this edition, courtesy Superyacht Business.

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July 2014

MCM + “WISP” at Monaco Yacht Show (Stands QP58 & in-water)

MCM will be exhibiting in the Parvis Piscine (stand QP58) at Monaco Yacht Show again 24-27 September, where founding partners Nigel Ingram and Peter Wilson will be on hand along with Michael Tywhitt-Drake, Mark Dauplaise and Erika Moore from the Yacht Management Division.

MCM is also delighted to have its first Royal Huisman new-build, “WISP” on display.

“MCM #163” was launched at Royal Huisman in the summer – designed by André Hoek with a Rhoades Young interior, the 48-metre classic sloop is a comfortable cruising yacht that may also indulge in a little “gentleman’s racing”.

 
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Newport Bucket:

21-24 August: Editors/journalists attending and wishing to meet with MCM are invited to contact Nick Jeffery. Peter Wilson and Nigel Ingram are racing aboard “MARIE”, Mark Dauplaise on “MARAE” (ex “PARAISO”).


2014: 26 YEARS of managing new construction projects! MCM has managed the construction of over 70 yachts in the last 26 years.
 


May 2014

MCM – Three (more!) Awards
World Superyacht Awards, 3 May 2014

Déjà vu! Following on from their success at the Superyacht Design Awards in February…
 
MCM is delighted to announce that two of its 2013 launches – for which it acted as owner’s construction manager – won three Neptune trophies at the World Superyacht Awards:
 
CaryAli is Winner of the Displacement Motor Yacht Award (of below 500GT). The 39-metre was designed by Rene Van Der Velden and sports a CariAli Designs & Redman Whiteley Dixon interior. 
MCM’s Peter Wilson oversaw CaryAli’s construction at Alloy Yachts, acting on behalf of her owner.
 
Inukshuk is Winner of the Sailing Yacht Award (30-39.99m) as well as Sailing Yacht of the Year. The 32.6-metre sloop was designed by Frers and sports a beautiful interior by Adam Lay Studio. 
MCM’s Nigel Ingram acted for the owner during Inukshuk’s construction at Baltic Yachts.
 

Peter Wilson comments on CaryAli:
“One of the biggest challenges with the design and development of CaryAli was the need to develop a methodological approach in order to weigh up each and every decision to protect her Expedition Yacht DNA including, naturally, safety, sea-kindliness, range and explorer aesthetics, whilst additionally ensuring that she encompassed the luxury, sophistication and amenities one expects on board today's superyachts. Congratulations are due to René Van der Velden for this handsome design, the owner and RWD for her magnificent interior, Alloy yachts for their interpretation and execution of this very special vessel – and to the owners for their unwavering commitment and vision throughout the design and construction process. We are very proud of our role in her success.”
 
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Nigel Ingram says of Inukshuk:
“The realization of the very successful performance cruiser Inukshuk was made possible in the first place by a totally committed and involved owner; working first with Germàn Frers on the exterior layout, particularly the main cockpit and aft ‘dance floor’, and then with Adam Lay to develop the extraordinary interior design inspired by the Owner’s country home and surroundings. The project was always going to be a challenge to execute but in the end the team at Baltic Yachts with their build quality, carbon-fibre expertise and holistic approach to the project, became the obvious choice as builder. We believe that the success of the completed project speaks for itself and are proud to have played a part in the production of this extraordinary yacht.”
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April 2014

Peter Wilson & Nigel Ingram on front cover of Superyacht BusinessMCM-SB-cover-April14

The founders and co-owners of Newport-based Marine Construction Management on fulfilling the expectations of ambitious and competitive owners.

Click here for four-page interview pdf.

Link to Superyacht Business








 


April 2014

TRULY CLASSIC 90: Construction Management by MCMTruly-Classic-90-MCM-News

MCM is overseeing the completion of the third TRULY CLASSIC 90, building at Claasen in the Netherlands, acting on behalf of her owner. Delivery will be Spring 2016.
 
“Designed throughout by the renowned firm of Hoek Design, hull number three had been sitting dormant awaiting for the right yachtsman to have the passion to see her through to completion”, MCM’s Peter Wilson says, adding “Work started a few weeks ago and we are very excited at the prospect of seeing this sister-ship to our projects Kealoha and Atalante take shape”.
 
The interior will be a classic Mahogany raised panel, along the lines of her predecessors – “Timeless and elegant”.


 


March 2014

St Barths Bucket: MCM SIX-PACK + DOUBLE SUCCESS

StBarths2014Six MCM yachts competed at the 2014 St Barths Bucket Regatta achieving two overall wins.
 
MCM boats included four that MCM managed the construction of (Adele, Lady B, Marie and Nilaya) and two under yacht management (Blue Too and Wavelength).
 
Marie, built by Vitters, won the Elegantes class and overall honours from among all classes. MCM’s Peter Wilson was racing aboard Marie serving as her safety officer.
 
40 metres is the minimum distance under the rules that yachts must maintain between each other, to avoid collisions, and Wilson confirmed that they were “40.1 metres” apart at the finish! Safety officers have a big say in the strategy and tactical decisions of the afterguard, decisions often having to be made very quickly. “We got in the traffic of the Perinis and that was an enormous part of our strategic plan for what happened next”, said Wilson, explaining how they pushed a rival, Unfurled, into the bad air of a Perini.
 
Nilaya, whose construction management was overseen by MCM’s Nigel Ingram, won the Gazelles class overall. MCM’s Mike Drake was aboard Wavelength and Mark Dauplaise Lady B.


 


February 2014

MCM - Three Awards at the ShowBoats Design Awards

MCM is delighted to announce that two of its 2013 launches – for which it acted as owner’s construction manager – won three best in class awards:

CaryAli, designed by Rene Van Der Velden won the "Exterior Design & Styling Award – Displacement Motor Yachts 30-59.99m."

Rene Van Der Velden told MCM’s Peter Wilson, who acted for the owner, that he was thrilled as the competition was so stiff.
 

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Inukshuk, designed by Frers with interior by Adam Lay Studio, won both the “Interior Design Award – Sailing Yachts” and the “Exterior Design & Styling Award – Sailing Yachts”.

Peter Wilson, who attended the awards, said “Inukshuk received hearty applause and was the talk of the room. Adam Lay said he was enormously proud of the recognition. The Frers father and son were present to collect the exterior award”. MCM’s Nigel Ingram acted for the owner.
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February 2014

WISP LaunchedWISP-News

MCM is delighted that Royal Huisman yard No. 393 “Wisp” has been launched, and her carbon composite mast stepped, in the Netherlands. The Hoek design has an interior by Rhoades Young.
 
“Wisp is a shining example of how a modern sailing yacht can still impart a sense of Corinthian spirit,” says Alice Huisman. “Her quality design and construction provides ocean-going capability, comfort and performance.”
 
“It has been a challenge to meet the owner’s high expectations, but the successful result is thanks to hard work by all concerned,” says Nigel Ingram of MCM, acting as the owner’s representative, of their first collaboration with Royal Huisman. “The working relationship with the yard has been enjoyable and the quality of the yacht speaks for itself. We look forward to further developing the relationship with Royal Huisman over future projects.”

View boat page for further information.





 


December 2013PR-Baltic115-Dec13

BALTIC 115 Custom – Baltic Yachts signed new contract

Baltic Yachts announces the sale of a new high performance cruising yacht. The contract details for this 115-footer were finalised just before the Monaco Yacht Show and the build start is scheduled for December this year.

Nauta Design is in charge of exterior styling and interior design for Baltic 115 Custom with the hull lines to come from judel/vrolijk. The yacht will have a full carbon sandwich construction and be equipped with a lifting keel. Nigel Ingram from MCM is managing the project with delivery taking place in Autumn 2015.

View boat page for further information.


October 2013CaryAli-ISS-News

"CARYALI" wins International Superyacht Society Award

Marine Construction Management (MCM) congratulates the owner and team involved in the design and construction of the 39-metre CaryAli, winner of the Best Power 24-40m award at the International Superyacht Society (ISS) Design and Leadership Awards 2013, presented at the ISS Awards Gala at the Design Center of the Americas on 30 October.
 
MCM’s Peter Wilson represented the owner during CaryAli’s design and build. Her design is by René Van der Velden with interior by Redman Whiteley Dixon – with close involvement by the owner. Upon launch at Alloy Yachts early in 2013 CaryAli embarked on her first Pacific cruise so was immediately put to the test – “a test which we are please to report she passed with flying colours”, says Peter Wilson.
 
MCM in Fort Lauderdale: celebrating 25 years since launching MCM in 1988, founding partners Nigel Ingram and Peter Wilson are on hand, along with Michael Tywhitt-Drake, Mark Dauplaise and Erika Moore from the Yacht Management Division, at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (30 Oct - 4 Nov). Please call +1 401 849 3387 for an interview or meeting.
 
2013: 25 YEARS of managing new construction projects!
MCM has managed the construction of over 70 yachts in the last 25 years.


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MCM Advocate Newsletter #7

Welcome to our 25 year anniversary edition of the Advocate.
It’s hard to believe that a quarter of a century has passed since we developed the idea that owners wishing to build a custom yacht (the word ‘Superyacht’ was only just being invented) would need an advocate to represent them and help navigate through the myriad aspects of designing and building yachts of ever-increasing sophistication and complexity.
This passage has been filled with some remarkable adventures and we have developed many wonderful relationships with owners, their families and friends, industry colleagues, captains and crews and enjoyed the hospitality of locals from many far-away places. It has been, and continues to be a privilege to be associated with you all.

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June  2013MCM-INUKSHUK

32.6m “INUKSHUK” new build launched at BALTIC +
27.5m “Wavelength” refit re-launched at Holland Jachtbouw (HJB)


MCM were present at the launch of two sailing yachts, whose owners have benefited from MCM acting as owner’s representative, keeping all involved motivated and a watchful eye on costs and quality:

INUKSHUK: a new-build 32.6-metre carbon composite Germán Frers-designed sloop at Baltic in Finland – “The owner set the bar for the project very high and the extraordinary interior design from Adam Lay Studios presented many challenges to implement. This is not the largest yacht that Baltic has built but in detail and quality of build it is their best so far” – Nigel Ingram, MCM. An automatically-deployed bimini and mega sound system are examples of comfortable living being a theme in the cockpit. Inukshuk is named after a stone landmark used by the Inuit of the Canadian Arctic. INUKSHUK will be at Monaco Yacht Show.



MCMwavelengthpicsWavelength: a newly-refitted Ron Holland-designed 27.5-metre (ex BOOTOO) at HJB in the Netherlands – “We first got involved when the clients were in discussion about a new-build. After careful evaluation, it was deemed best to purchase an interim yacht, use it for a year or so and then refit it to address any shortcomings” – Peter Wilson, MCM. The refit included moving the helm from mid cockpit to aft deck to allow a larger cockpit table for guests and converting the master cabin from a twin to a queen and replacing the owner’s office with an extra cabin as well as refurbishment of mast, sails, hydraulics and a new main engine.






 

May 2013Q5-Sailing-WSA

"QUINTESSENTIAL" Wins World Superyacht Award Special Neptune


We are delighted to announce that this evening at the World Superyacht Awards hosted at the magnificent Çiragan Palace in Istanbul, our 30m catamaran project “Quintessential” was awarded the prestigious Neptune Special Award for Sailing Catamarans.

We are extremely proud of this achievement and additionally congratulate the owner for his vision and commitment to the project, as well as Yachting Developments, Superyacht Interiors, Redman, Whiteley, Dixon and Warwick Yacht Design on this outstanding achievement.










 

October 2012MCM155LaunchDay-News

39-metre Expedition Yacht launched in Auckland


Peter Wilson, MCM founding Partner, states:

“We are very proud to announce that we have launched our project #155 – the 39m expedition motor yacht built by Alloy Yachts.

This René van der Velden design is a fine example of a true blue-water expedition motor yacht, as can be seen by her handsome exterior.

The collaboration between the owner and Redman Whiteley Dixon on the interior design leaves no stone unturned in terms of features, comfort and attention to detail.

She was launched in Auckland on October 18th and is now in the throes of the commissioning program before she embarks on her Pacific cruising itinerary.”

Length    39.16m
Beam       8.9m
Draft of  2.7m
Engines  2 x Caterpillar C32’s

MCM has managed the construction of over 70 yachts in the last 24 years.
 

October 2012

MCM reports positive results from Monaco Yacht Show

Marine Construction Management (MCM) reports positive results from exhibiting at Monaco and continues to attract yacht owners looking for expert advice during the construction and operation of their yachts.

“The annual pilgrimage to the Monaco Yacht Show was a busy time for all of us from MCM, having had meetings not only with vendors, designers and industry insiders, but also very in-depth and interesting deliberations with prospective clients as well as current and past clients. Being well represented in Monaco with four members of our squad in attendance, plus a booth, again proved to be a most worthwhile undertaking.” – Peter Wilson.

MCM current new builds include:
47.6 metre sloop at Royal Huisman, for 2014 delivery.
39.0 metre expedition motor yacht at Alloy Yachts, for 2013 delivery.
38.5 metre ‘spirit of tradition’ sloop at Claasen, for spring 2015 delivery.
35.5 metre fast cruising sloop at Baltic, for late 2014 delivery.
32.6 metre high-performance sloop at Baltic, for early 2013 delivery.

Reported in the Superyacht Times
 

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MCM Advocate Newsletter #6

We can report that we’ve launched the 30m catamaran Quintessential that you may read about in more detail further on in this edition. We have one project (a 39m expedition yacht) with a mid-October launch date – always an exciting time. We have signed two new construction projects (Judel Vrolijk 35.5m and Hoek 38.1m) and have added a number of yachts to the management division. As you read on, we’ll also bring you up to date with the varied cruising and racing activities that our fleet has been enjoying.
We hope you find this edition of the MCM Advocate inspiring, always keeping in mind the quote written by Kenneth Grahame in The Wind in the Willows:
“Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing – absolutely nothing - half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.”

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June 2012

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“QUINTESSENTIAL” (a.k.a. Q5), managed by MCM, successfully enjoyed her maiden voyage to Fiji.

This 30-metre composite sailing catamaran was built at Yachting Developments in New Zealand, with MCM acting on the owner’s behalf and now providing full ongoing management. Since her commissioning and sailing trials in the Hauraki Gulf, Auckland, where her Southern Spars carbon mast and Doyle Sails were tested, she has sailed her maiden voyage to the Pacific island of Fiji in great time. She left Auckland on Sunday afternoon and arrived in Fiji on Friday afternoon - covering 1,300 miles in five days Not a bad shakedown. The owner told MCM’s Peter Wilson:

“This is ridiculously nice!”

“This is just as I expected it to be – but better!”

Quintessential”, designed by Warwick Yacht Design, has a beautiful teak interior by Redman Whiteley Dixon with accommodation for 10 guests and operates with six crew. The master cabin is situated on the main deck forward, which offers 180-degree views through the wrap-around windows. A short walk, via private access from this cabin, leads to the Jacuzzi located just forward.

The social areas are truly spectacular with spacious indoor/outdoor living between the main saloon and the aft cockpit complete with double-sided bar. There is satellite TV and broadband throughout the yacht including a fully reticulated movie and music distribution system controlled by iPads.

She has a fully-enclosed bridge above the saloon which sports a host of the latest sailing instruments, navigation electronics and communications systems.

This yacht is a vacation resort unto herself with a sailing dinghy (a catamaran of course), 2 tenders, a jet-ski, 5 mountain bikes, 2 stand-up paddle boards, scuba gear, 2 carbon-fibre kayaks and a host of other amenities.

MCM is proud to have her join its yacht management fleet. 

MCM has managed the construction of over 70 yachts in the last 24 years.
MCM will be exhibiting at Monaco Yacht Show where its founding partners Nigel Ingram and Peter Wilson are available for interview.



 

March 2012

St Barths BucketMCM-LadyB-StBarths Regatta

MCM had six yachts competing (Lady B, Blue Too, Marie, Whisper, Boo Too and Paraiso)
– with Lady B winning the “Mademoiselles” class and Blue Too just missing first place in the “Elegantes” class.

Four of MCM’s team were there – Nigel Ingram and Peter Wilson playing key roles on the ketch Marie, Mike Drake running the sail controls on Paraiso and Mark Dauplaise helping to secure Lady B’s class victory.

A spectacular 47 boat event that saw the owners and their guests enjoying champagne sailing in the Caribbean gem that is St. Barths.









 

October 2011

Three  Awards  For MCM Projects at the ShowBoats Design AwardsShowBoatsDesignAwards-logo

Three of MCM’s new construction management projects won Golden Neptunes at the ShowBoats Design Awards in Mar-a-Largo last night. Two sail, one power.

KOKOMO wins best sailing yacht naval architecture award (sailing yachts)
CALLIOPE wins best exterior styling and design award (semi-displacement motor yachts)
LIONHEART wins best interior layout award (sailing yachts)

MCM has managed the construction of over 70 large yachts as well as managing yachts globally.
 

October 2011MCM-Advocate-Newsletter5

MCM Advocate Newsletter #5

In this edition of the MCM Advocate we have a couple of “firsts” that we are particularly pleased to share with you. Don't miss the two editorial reports on MCM : "The Importance of The Management Team" - experienced owner Lang Walker knows the key to a smooth build is assembling a group of trusted, like-minded professionals, and "The Construction Process of a custom yacht" - like the proverbial swan, paddling furiously while gliding gracefully, MCM’s Peter Wilson gives an inside account of complex project management that leaves owners to enjoy a stress-free build.

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Latest Project

Our latest project is a 32m carbon performance cruising sloop designed by German Frers.

Baltic Yachts have been awarded the build contract. The yacht, which is Baltic Project B107, has an interior designed by Adam Lay. The build will be managed by Nigel Ingram one of the partners of MCM.

The design calls for a low profile raised saloon and a lifting keel. She also features four double guest cabins and crew area aft. She will be launched in May 2013.
 

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Marie been selected by Robb Report’s editors as “Best of the Best” Custom Megayachts

http://robbreport.com/Best-of-the-Best-2011-Custom-Megayachts-Marie

 

 

 

 


May 2011

MCM yachts win top awards at World Superyacht Awards in London for both Motor Yacht and Sailing Yacht projects, plus Yacht Management Division strengthened.

MCM was delighted to have had SIX of its most recent new launches presented as finalists at the World Superyacht Awards in London on 7 May which this year was the most tightly judged competition ever. Each finalist is recognised for its contribution towards the highest standards of design, driven by the owners.
 
Calliope_news.jpgCALLIOPE WINS BEST MOTOR YACHT AWARD
MCM is thrilled to announce the 42.3m Langan designed semi-displacement motor yacht Calliope has been voted the "Best Motor Yacht" in her class by the World Superyacht Award judges.
Calliope was designed by Langan Design Associates, with an interior by Rhoades Young – all expertly built by Holland Jachtbouw. We are particularly proud of this achievement.
This award is an especially emotional one for us, as Bill Langan who passed away earlier this year aged 55, was a very dear friend and respected colleague – and we are sure that he would have been thrilled to know that Calliope – the last yacht built to his design – was considered the best of its class. His wife Candy Langan who worked closely with the owners on the interior outfitting and decoration, collected the trophy.
KOKOMO WINS JUDGES' SPECIAL AWARD
In the Best Sailing Yacht 45m+ category, we are also excited to announce that the massive 58.4m Dubois-designed sloop Kokomo has been given a "Judges' Special Award" for the way in which she "has massively advanced the design of high-performance cruisers".

With her 130-tonne lifting keel, that has a range of 4.9 to 8.1m, and her powerful sail plan supported by her extraordinary 80m high modulus carbon fibre mast, we appreciate how the decision to give Kokomo this special award was reached.

Congratulations of course go to Alloy Yachts who spent hundreds of thousands of hours to design, engineer and build all of her Kokomo_maynews.jpgadvanced systems and also to Redman Whiteley Dixon for the contemporary and elegant interior.
Neptune_news.jpgLADY B WINS JUDGES' COMMENDATION
The 44.7m Lady B, designed by Dubois with a Rhoades Young interior and beautifully built Vitters, received a judges commendation for her remarkable quality and attention to detail.
AND ADDITIONALLY...
Marie (54.6m Hoek, Vitters, Easton), Lionheart (43.7m Hoek, Claasen Jachtbouw) and Nilaya (34.1m Nauta, Reichel/Pugh/Baltic) were selected as finalists, which is in and of itself a worthy achievement.

It was quite a night for MCM's partners Nigel Ingram and Peter Wilson, both of whom were in attendance at this elegant and glamorous event at London's historic Guildhall.
YACHT MANAGEMENT DIVISION
As of today, MCM also strengthens its Yacht Management Division. Mike Drake is promoted to head up the Yacht Management Division. Mark Dauplaise joins MCM’s Newport Rhode Island office adding the benefit of wide-ranging skills including most recently a senior US shipyard position, managing new builds and refits.
 
 

January 2011

Six newest MCM launches are finalists in 2011 World Superyacht Awards

MCM is proud to have six of its newest launches, sail and power, selected as finalists of the 2011 World Superyacht Awards:
 
KOKOMO 58.4m Dubois - Redman Whiteley Dixon - Alloy WSA-finalist_award_120px.jpg
MARIE 55m Hoek - Easton - Vitters
LADY B 44.7m Dubois - Rhoades Young - Vitters
LIONHEART 43m Hoek - Claasen
CALLIOPE 42m Langan - Rhoades Young - Holland Jachtbouw
NILAYA 34m Reichel Pugh - Nauta - Baltic









The panel of judges made up almost exclusively by Superyacht owners will now make their final deliberations, and we look forward to attending the World Superyacht Awards ceremony in London on the 7th May, to see how we fare.
 

October 2010

Kokomo Wins ISS Award for Best Sailing Yacht 40m+KokomoISSAward2010.jpg

ISSaward72dpi.jpgMCM is pleased to announce that Kokomo has won the International Superyacht Society Award for Best Sailing Yacht 40m+ at this years 20th ISS Design Awards in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

MCM would like to congratulate the Owners, Dubois Naval Architects, Redman Whiteley Dixon, Alloy Yachts and the rest of the team on this outstanding accomplishment. To win the ISS award is particularly gratifying, as one's industry peers are the most critical and harshest judges. We are very pleased and proud of this achievement.


 
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October 2010

MCM Advocate hot off the press

The latest edition of MCM Advocate including photos of MCM's six new superyacht launches in 2010 was distributed at Fort Lauderdale and Monaco Yacht Show. Don't miss the editorial report on MCM, reprinted from SuperSail, by Yachting World Editor, David Glenn: "The Owner's Advocate" - explaining the role of the project manager in the creation of the world's most complex yachts.

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