On the one hand, I publish new projects and yachts from shipyards and designers and exciting (new) equipment; on the other hand, the content is curated. Furthermore, I have followed the principle of One Yacht, One Article for some time to collect all the information there, from the announcement to the official photoshoot. That’s why I don’t publish position changes, et cetera. yachtemoceans aspires to be the Digital Coffee Table Book and a source of inspiration – just a place to enjoy pure luxury and floating artworks, the maritime lifestyle and high-end technology in the right environment with a light design and a good user experience.

Digital Coffee Table Book

How to be updated about new publications?

As every state-of-the-art media, yachtemoceans has multiple social media channels (@yachtemoceans). The focus is clearly on picture-driven channels like Instagram and Pinterest but also on other channels in use.

Suggestions? Questions? Feel free to send me a digital bottle message

I speak German (my native language), English (second language), and Dutch (more or less at the beginning, but feel free to write in Dutch – every training is welcome).

By the way, I prefer people (or companies) that introduce themself before they put my e-mail address on the standard press mailing list – a simple one-liner is enough :-). You can send e-mails and press releases to rene@yachtemoceans.com.

Information for yacht designers: Please send a media kit containing a project description with main specifications and renderings/photos with a minimum width of 2000 pixels. When it is too large for e-mail, use cloud services/wetransfer.

Note for PR agencies and marketing people:

  • This is not a cheap advertising platform for brokerage companies.
  • We can talk about cooperations that are interesting for both sides.
  • I prefer to work directly with companies - without middlemen (or middlewoman).
  • I don't need any SEO or marketing offers because of professional background skills.

For whom who is interested in background information: Who is the guy behind yachtemoceans?

Ahoy, I’m René Meyer from northern Germany (Oldenburg) – the Editor-in-Chief, founder, tea cooker, server administrator, social media manager, et cetera of yachtemoceans. Or, in the short form: The maid-of-all-work. Suppose you would like to hear a fancy title: Head of Everything.

I grew up with smaller boats (from the optimist to the 11-meter sailing yacht in the family) before I got the “wrong” magazine in my hands where a motor yacht carried a sailing boat on the sundeck. I own the 4,20m sailing dinghy Zoé, aka GER 1152.

Although I am related to yachts and sailing, I am not a naval architect, designer, or boat builder. I am trained in business informatics and worked for some years in project management at one of Germany’s top five digital and brand agencies. I am currently working as an IT consultant in my main job for legal authorities and as a senior digital consultant for an advertising and upskilling agency.

My home port is just 40 Kilometers away from the well-known shipyards Abeking & Rasmussen and Lürssen.


Alongside my passion for luxury yachts and sailing, I have a passion for digital media. Some other hard facts:

  • User Experience Design
  • Internal and external company communication
  • Social Media
  • Online Marketing
  • Branding
  • Virtual Reality