Yachts and Marinas

Spending by rich Americans is underpinning orders for bigger custom yachts being built in European boatyards. But prices in the second-hand market remain depressed as owners choose to refurbish existing craft

Insurers cannot yet quantify the damage to vessels and ports

A crackdown on corrupt hospitality is hitting domestic demand

Young tech billionaires are keen but there is tax trouble for owners in France

US rapprochement with Havana eases Cold War-era travel restrictions

Boats that appear to fly are becoming the norm in many competitions

Yachtmakers and motor manufacturers are joining forces to delight rich clients

The influence of the postwar pioneer lives on in his successors