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Bodyguards – How to Select Your Personal Protection

There are few professions that are as misunderstood as that of a bodyguard. Glamourised in Hollywood movies as kung-fu kicking, chandelier swinging heroes, this myth is far removed from the actual reality. In this article for luxury magazine French Touch, Ed Hill of London based security company Intrepid Risk Management explains the finer details of […]

Somalia Piracy in 2017

After a five year lull, 2017 has seen a return of Somali pirates.  As part of our regular features on superyacht security, we examine the issue and the potential repercussions for the superyacht industry. To view the article in full. CLICK HERE: Somalia Piracy in 2017

Technology – the Future of Superyacht Security

Technology now plays a significant part in our daily lives and security technology has become a global billion dollar industry. In his latest article for Yacht Investor magazine, superyacht security expert Ed Hill discusses some of the advanced security technology systems currently being used by Ultra Night Net Worth Individuals to protect their yachts. To […]

French Riviera Security Update – Yacht Investor

Crime on the French Riviera is a growing concern. From Marseille to Monaco, organised criminal gangs are conducting audacious burglaries on luxury homes while street robbery is also on the increase. The relaxed atmosphere experienced on the Riviera naturally puts people at ease and off their guard which presents a perfect opportunity for criminals. In […]

Somali Piracy in 2017

Here’s our latest article for Yacht Investor magazine on the topic of superyacht security.  As yachts begin their annual return to the Med, we give an update on the current state of Somali piracy. To view the article in full. CLICK HERE: Somali Piracy in 2017

Do’s and Don’ts to Help You from Becoming a Target

Venturing abroad can pose a number of risky problems to even the most seasoned traveller.  Threats of terrorism, kidnap and robbery are prevalent worldwide. In this latest article for Yacht Investor magazine, our Managing Director highlights some of the do’s and don’ts to help you from becoming a target. To view the article… CLICK HERE

An Effective and Robust Citadel

The rise in piracy has led to maritime security experts having a rethink on how to preserve the safety of yacht crews from pirate attack.  As the number of pirate attacks increased, so did the use of on board safe rooms or Citadels.  In his latest article for Yacht Investor magazine, superyacht security expert Ed […]

High Today – Gone Tomorrow. Say No to Drugs

Drug abuse within the superyacht industry is almost as old as the industry itself. However, as maritime regulations become more controlled and on board health & safety issues come under increased scrutiny, drug abuse amongst superyacht crews is no longer acceptable.  In the latest edition of Yachting Matters, superyacht security expert Ed Hill explains how […]