• Yacht Management Software

    Over the past year, the team within Royale Oceanic Yacht Management have been working on the latest edition of the software for the Safety Management System and are eagerly rolling it out across to the fleet of yachts.
    OnBoard 3 has been designed to be used on both iPads and computers, allowing crew to easily log the necessary information whilst on the move.

    “We understand that crew can’t spend too much time sitting behind a desk to complete the required ISM paperwork so we have tried to make things that little bit easier. Checklists can be completed from the iPad from anywhere on board. You can even log a defect report from the location, take a photo and automatically add it to the safety meeting agenda” – Sam Russell

    We believe that the operations of the yacht are as unique as the yacht itself and a one-size safety system doesn’t fit all. Therefore, the yacht manager will work to make each checklist and document unique to that vessel. Crew can request changes to the documents at any time and the yacht manager will update the documentation in line with changing legislation.

    If you would like to have a demonstration of the new safety system, please don’t hesitate to contact Peter Edwards on peter.edwards@royaleoceanic.com or +44 333 202 7154

  • The Growing Royale Oceanic Charter Department

    Over the past few years here at Royale Oceanic we have been developing our growing charter department in order to deliver a seamless boutique service to our clients.  With the recently launched new charter section to our website, the team hope to provide clients with a memorable charter experience.

  • Ince & Co.

    In April 2015 we learnt of the retirement of Albert Levy, former Head of Yachts at international law firm, Ince & Co. Albert was a well known and popular figure within the industry, so we were keen to catch-up with Andrew Charlier, new Global Head of Yachts and Superyachts at Ince & Co, and the man now responsible for leading Ince & Co’s highly respected yachts and superyachts team. 

  • Technical Project Management

    Offering owners independent technical oversight during a new-build, major refit, routine maintenance or conversion project, Royale Oceanic's Howard Lowe has a solid background in naval architecture and the ability to step in at any stage in the life of a project. 

  • ‘L’art de vivre la mer’

    On the 20th June 2014, 3,000 assembled guests joined His Serene Highness Prince Albert II and Lord Foster, one of the biggest names in architecture, to celebrate the grand opening of the new home of the world famous Yacht Club de Monaco.

  • Stephenson Harwood

    Royale Oceanic website interview with Neil Noble, Finance Partner Stephenson Harwood.

  • RM Auctions

    It’s a known fact that for many who enjoy a yachting ‘lifestyle’, a parallel interest in classic cars also exists.      

  • Compositeworks

    Based in the famous shipbuilding town of La Ciotat in France Compositeworks is a well established refit specialist for the world’s largest super and mega yachts.

  • A day in the life of Alfa Nero’s captain

    After a career in the military and a spell instructing RNLI crews, Sam Wolverson headed for calmer seas as a superyacht captain. With Alfa Nero covering 100,000 miles in five years it’s been a busy time for Sam, who’s responsible for managing the vessel and its crew.

  • CMN Shipyard

    As a subsidiary of CMN, JMV Industries is specialised in the construction in pre-preg hi-tech composite (carbon laminates and nomex honeycomb) of high-tech racing yachts and multihulls.

  • Magnum Marine

    In 1990 Filippo Theodoli died, leaving the Magnum boatyard to his wife Katrin.

  • Visiting Redman Whiteley Dixon

    Since 1993 this British design studio has been at the forefront of large sailing yacht design and large motor yacht design.

  • Mooring up in Porto Montenegro

    Porto Montenegro is a full-service superyacht marina and waterside village located in the beautiful World Heritage Bay of Kotor in Montenegro.