In 2022, the INSB Class Yacht classification and certification program marked progressive advancements within the yachting industry, allowing for the addition of yachts with improved lineage to our yachting register.

With the improvement of the yachting industry as an entire sector, our corporate safety record and the increased involvement of INSB Class yacht experts in key yachting markets contributed to the expansion of our yachting activities.On a similar trend as in 2021, the majority of yachts entering INSB Class were commercial yachts engaged in trade, with a few private yachts opting voluntarily for classification.

Yachts on INSB Class register surpassing 24 meters in length
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Greek Safety Commercial Yacht inspections (PEXEPAs) delivered in 2021-2022

Increasing visibility and co-operation with Flag States

Expanding its RO recognition and solutions for its yachting clientele, INSB Class received in 2022, two (2) additional Flag Authorisations from international ship registries with a strong yachting orientation.

Notable Yacht Additions in 2022


Commercial Yacht  
Service  PEXEPA
GT 1026
Built 2010
Length 62mts
Flag Marshall Islands

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Commercial Yacht  
Service Classification & Statutory
GT 399
Built 2009
Length 41,66mts
Flag Greek

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Sail Boat/Commercial  
Service Statutory
GT 110
Built 2019
Length 42mts
Flag Greek

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Pleasure Yacht  
Service Classification
GT 250
Built 2008
Length 28mts
Flag Belize

Photo credits: Frank Behrends |

Yachting Trends 2023. Emergent advanced technologies.

As sustainability remains an important trend, the yachting industry, has embarked to embrace solutions and practices that are eco-friendly and energy efficient, both for products and services in the quest for reducing operational environmental impacts. 

Some of these include:


The yachting industry is expected to see a rise in eco-friendly yachts, increased focus on wellness and higher demand for customized experiences and itineraries.      A shift towards sustainable and more environmentally responsible practices, including the use of eco-friendly materials and decreased waste production, are constantly trending.




The incorporation of advanced new generation stabilizers, is also expected to play a significant role in enhancing the overall yachting experience.  As stabilizer technology continues to evolve, new generation of active stabilization systems not only aim to improve on board comfort, capable of dealing with larger swell, but also to assist with decrease in fuel consumption.



The placement of fire, smoke, heat, gas, and flame detectors connected to artificial intelligence is an emerging trend that aims to improve cruise ship safety. Utilization of diverse intelligent devices, including engineering sensors, smart indicators, and yacht-wide artificial intelligence (A.I.), to safeguard and monitor critically important onboard equipment.



Apart from newer fuel options such as LNG, methanol or even hydrogen, the yachting industry is also viewing combined propulsion means by use of batteries and renewables energy sources such as solar panels as enabler of reducing carbon emissions and lower fuelling costs.