A Swedish shipyard Najadwhich over 40 years has built over 1000 sailing boats in the 35-50 foot size, declared bankruptcy. In Russia no one sold these boats and few people heard about the brand, so the news, maybe, does not particularly concern us. But the whole picture makes us alert. A couple of weeks ago. Fairline was taken over by investment firm Better Capital and RBS Bank "in order to clear its balance sheet of debt". The trend is clear: the struggling majors will find a buyer one way or another, while lesser-known brands are left to wither on their own. This is worth considering if you want to order a new boat from one of the smaller yards - there is a real risk to be left with an unfinished boat and no money.
Deposit on the purchase agreement. Where is the catch?
Addressing the litigation surrounding the payment of the deposit for the yacht
European Investment Fund bought Fairline Yachts
The majority of the British shipyard is now owned by RiverRock European Opportunities Fund II.
Fairline F//Line 33: video overview of the first case delivered to Russia
Find out if this open two-cabin cruiser is suitable for our country and what is good (or bad) compared to competitors.
How much is a superyacht really worth
Honestly, what expenses await the owner of a superyacht after its purchase
Generation Y is a generation that tolerates no boundaries.
How millenniums are changing the superyacht industry.
Brexit, vivat! The three largest British shipyards have summed up 2017.
Three whales from the British shipbuilding industry - Fairline, Sunseeker and Princess - about a dizzying success and an optimistic future.
Cote d'Azur sends an SOS signal
The authorities of the French Riviera have written a letter to the President demanding the rescue of the sinking French yachting industry.