Sunglasses Made From Superyacht Waste

Sunglasses made using teak, plexiglass, fibreglass and leather left over from the building and refitting of superyachts are becoming this years must have fashion accessory.

Now they are being used by Superyacht Technology News as a promotional tool in a bid to increase their list of subscribers that already includes over 50,000 superyacht Captains, ETOs / ITOs, Crew, senior industry figures, shipyards, project managers and technical managers

The have asked innovative sunglasses designer Yoptica to offer up a pair of its bespoke, hand-made and fully-recycled sunglasses! Normally retailing at $249, all you have to do to be in with a chance of winning a pair for FREE is subscribe!

The offer is made in association with YManage an innovative and comprehensive Yacht Management Platform selling a collection of digital products and services to the superyacht industry

Readers who have already subscribed should click on the competition link in on February magazine email newsletter to make sure they are in the running.

Each pair of shades is hand made. Lenses are made of Leyca and each pair comes with a warranty and a certificate of authenticity.

Yoptica began making sunglasses earlier this year when two friends, Alessandro and Dorian joined up set up a handmade production facility in Antibes, France.

Their mission was to create sustainable eyewear that personifies their own passion, experience, innovation, emotion and creativity

By using from discarded materials form superyacht constructions and refits they are giving a new life, to what would otherwise be waste and at the same time offering their eyewear customers pleasure and dreams that surround the high end luxury lifestyle.

Alessandro says, “We made a unique piece for each model, personalized for you or the person you love, customized as you need with innovative design, respect of the details, warranty and assistance.”

Superyacht Technology News tells us that the winner of the shades will be announced at the start of April.