The new-look Boat International magazine is on sale now, bringing you the same world-exclusive boat reports but with a host of brand new luxury lifestyle content.
We've recruited the best writers in the business to help bring you all these new features, including Hugo Rifkind, Rachel Johnson, Simon de Burton and Dylan Jones.
We also have some of the biggest names in boating and adventuring, from Eddie Jordan, who starts a new monthly column, to Sir Ben Ainslie on his challenge for the America's Cup, and Bear Grylls, who trials a water jet pack.
Our cover star is superyacht Kibo, the 81.8 metre Terence Disdale design launched earlier this year by Abeking & Rasmussen. See inside the yacht exclusively in this issue of Boat International.
We also report on the stunning refit of Turquoise, sail around the Isle of Wight on board the drop-dead gorgeous Spirit of Galatea and find out if The Italian Sea Group is on target with its new 45m, Flying Dragon.
Our brand new infographic pages chart the rise and rise of the Monaco Yacht Show and we track all the latest superyacht orders, deliveries and launches in The Informer.
Owners' Club is a new section of the magazine, taking you inside the lives and boats of our exclusive gang of superyacht owners. We also interview Spyker boss and Feadship fanatic Victor Muller.
Simon de Burton tracks down the best car-inspired watches for the discerning superyacht owner, and Hugo Rifkind trials the latest in must-have on-board tech.
Times writer Patrick Kidd, meanwhile, turns his eye on the America's Cup, and examines why so many have spent so much in an often vain pursuit of this most coveted trophy.
Celebrated photographer Jonathan Glynn-Smith has been busy on board sailing superyacht Moonbird, shooting Boat International's first ever fashion pages – don't miss the incredible results.
Tim Thomas meets one of the most in-demand superyacht designers of the moment, Remi Tessier, and finds out firsthand what it takes to say "no" to a billionaire.
Our new Voyage section brings you all the ways you can escape the madness of Monaco, and we discover that sometimes the best way to see the amazing Galapagos Islands isn't by boat.
All this, as well as new monthly columns on wine, beauty, fitness, interiors and men's style, can be found in the October issue of Boat International. Buy yours today!