World Superyacht Awards 2020 as virtual event

World Superyacht Awards 2020  as Virtual Event

Having monitored the global impact of coronavirus and reviewed this year’s event at length, BOAT International has announced the decision to move the most esteemed awards in yachting online.

The 15th annual edition of the World Superyacht Awards will now be hosted as a special virtual event on Friday 13 November 2020.

The World Superyacht Awards virtual ceremony will take place at 12pm ET / 5pm UK / 6pm CET on 13 November 2020, with host Natasha Kaplinsky celebrating the impressive line-up of nominees and winners.

All nominees are encouraged to join in and host their own screening parties – a great opportunity to celebrate your achievements with all those involved in the making of these incredible vessels.

All ticket purchases for the Monaco event can either be moved to next year’s ceremony, taking place in September 2021, or can be cancelled and fully refunded.

If you have any questions : events@boatinternationalmedia.com.

See : here for a list of this year’s nominees.

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