Superyacht Australia reports rise in foreign-flagged yachts

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Data released last week by Superyacht Australia, the peak body for the Australian superyacht industry, shows that foreign-flagged superyachts stayed an average of 73 days in 2019 compared to an average of 41 days in 2018 – a 79% increase in the length of stay.

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