One of Emily’s first branded content video pieces retold a day on board the famously authentic, restored classic yacht ALTAIR racing the equally immaculate MARIQUITA, possibly two of the most well known classics in the world. Jim Thom’s narration as [then] captain of the legendary MARIQUITA gave this video real insight on his career as it came to an end with the yacht. Classic Yacht TV achieved dramatic racing scenes and exclusive footage from on board privately owned ALTAIR, intimacy and sentimental values in executing a very emotional interview with Jim Thom, an internationally acclaimed captain.

In 2013 CYTV worked with James Lawrence Sail makers, Spetses Classic Yacht Race, and working for an owner’s representative on schooner KELPIE OF FALMOUTH’s restoration. Producing, directing, distributing short form videos to chronicle the journey of her restoration through to her launch and when her Mediterranean racing campaign became fully established.

Emily's experience really stems from after graduating, with a BA (Hons) in Photography Emily jumped in the deep end, freelancing as a photographer and contributing writer for Classic Boat magazine, successfully kicking off her stint working within the yachting press. Her first feature and cover in 2010, marked the beginning of a number of years shooting editorially, including having 18 cover shots. Importantly, this also launched Emily into the commercial sphere – undertaking various marketing roles, PR, digital design, events in the marine industry.

Through a growing call for video production and distribution in this niche, an on-going request for video marketing strategy, frequency in digital publication and placement and additional marketing needs Emily has developed CYTV’s client base. Now working with Sandeman Yacht Company – the world’s most specialised, personal and holistic classic and vintage yacht broker; leading and ecologically conscious UK marina – classic restoration hub, Suffolk Yacht Harbour; Charter yachts, world-class mast makers Collars, owners requesting private commissions, charities and international classic yachting events.

In 2012 Emily’s vision was to set up a classic yacht and sailing lifestyle website that embraces the explosion of video and immersive media. Last year [2017] Classic Yacht TV’s audience and reach grew by 30% and this year we begin to introduce more extensive services – packages in production and marketing campaigns as well as continuing to publish beautiful stories of real people and their existence on board boats with rich histories.



Alice's roots in sailing go back to summers spent in Mallorca with her family on board their classic gentleman's launch.

Alice maintains strong relationships with global brands working on their visibility and marketing campaigns within the sailing sphere, while she also has the ability to nous the needs of owners who prefer privacy over publicity. Working to showcase the most beautiful yachts in the world, she brings marketing, PR, logistics and regatta management to the table under her own company in partnership with Classic Yacht TV.

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Noel's a professional cinematographer, director and collector of exquisite traditional dinghies. Based on the East Coast of England, Noel can be found either behind the camera or tending to HARDY, a 1910 Summers & Payne gaff cutter rigged yacht lying in Maldon that he's owned for 30 years.

An experienced sailor and, even more of an experienced owner Noel brings a wealth of cinematic knowledge on location and in the editing suite.



Emma graduated from Falmouth University (UK) BA Photography. She has combined her photography, her love of boats and sailing – working on board yachts like ADIX and WINDROSE. Covering various regattas in photo and video fomrat around the Mediterranean, the Carribbean and United States.



Paddy Fletcher

Paddy records, designs and mixes CYTV's sound tracks and voiceovers. In his spare time he can be found racing classic yachts, notably on board Jonathan Dyke's beautiful Robert Clark designed sloop CERESTE.