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Witness the Sea change

Here we present the rapidly expanding library of articles from around the globe celebrating Maritime progress 


Women and men pursuing and excelling in their careers and projects. Witness their passion for the ocean and the impact they are having on the industry.


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Superyacht Life

Dominique Afacan

Superyacht Life She of the Sea #humansofyachting

Superyacht Life Features She of the Sea in their #Humansofyachting section

Yachting Matters Magazine

Carey Secrett

Girls on top

Addressing unconscious gender bias in deck and engineering

Sky Sports

Bianca Cook- Superyacht crew and sailor turning the tide on plastic

Meet New Zealand sailor and Superyacht crew member Turn the Tide on Plastic on crew member Bianca Cook

Superyacht News

Rachel Rowney

Women of Superyachting

As the world honours International Women’s Day, we revisit interviews with female superyacht owners

Superyacht News

Rachel Rowney

She of the Sea

A new platform hopes to shine the spotlight on inspiring female crew


Red Funnel First Female Captain

In a promotion timed to coincide with International Women’s Day on 8 March, Southampton-based ferry operator Red Funnel has appointed Alice Duncan, pictured, as its first female captain.


Aileen Mack

Sexual Harassment in Yachting: Advice and Change Needed

Dockwalk talks to She of the Sea about Sexual Harassment- The PYA survey, what does action look like and what resources are on hand at the moment.

Nautilus International

Nautilus International

Nautilus feature - She of the Sea

New Nautilus member Jenny Matthews has founded an online support forum for women in yachting - She of the Sea – which aims to 'rewrite how women fit into the maritime scene'.

Alaskan Travelgram

all-female UnCruise deck crew is a first!

Meet the all-female crew on the Safari Voyager


Hannah Martine

NZ Navy first female Commanding Officer

Thirty years ago women were forbidden to serve on naval ships – now they're at the helm.

Evening Standard

Lizzie Edmonds

Record-breaking female yacht crew reunite after 30 years - to promote education for girls

Record-breaking female yacht crew reunite after 30 years - to promote education for girls Led by Tracy Edwards on the Maiden, they won two of the six legs of the 1990 Whitbread Round the World Race and finished second overall in their class. Their achievement inspired more women to take up the sport.


Michael Foreman

Breaking down barriers in the navy

Corina Bruce was the Navy's first serving female at sea, and was also the first woman in the Navy to return to work part-time after taking four years off to have children. Bruce has since helped established a pathway for diversity within the country's defence forces.

Superyacht News

Rachel Rowney

UK Maritime Task Force

Earlier on this year, Maritime UK announced a ‘Women in Maritime’ task force, which aimed to bring together leading figures in the maritime sector (with support from the UK government) to decide on practical steps to increase the presence of women in maritime roles.

The Crew report

Jenny Matthews

A Sea Change

As a guest columnist for The Crew Report Jenny Matthews, founder of She of the Sea, discusses gender balance in the superyacht market…

University of Plymouth

Allan Williams

All-female crew sail round Britain to raise awareness of plastics in our oceans

A crew including scientists, students, artists, filmmakers, businesswomen and psychologists will sample the UK’s waters for plastic pollution

Dock Walk

Elizabeth Finney

Against the Tide

Hear the stories of five individuals forging their careers in the superyacht indusrty

Superyacht Content

Chloe A'Bear

6 Amazing Women proving yachting is no longer a mans world

Not too many years ago if someone was asked to name a female yacht designer, it would have been tricky to think of even one. Now times are changing and it isn’t just in design. Women have been making their mark across the industry and they’re making a big impact. In honour of International Women’s Day, we have been catching up with a few of the fabulous women in the business to find out how they got into yachting, why they are so passionate about it and whether they feel happiest on land or on the water.

Superyacht News

Rachel Rowney

Does Yachting need to think before it speaks?

How can the industry work towards curbing inappropriate remarks and comments?