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Get your season started

As the autumn season gets underway, the global calendar in the run-up to Christmas grows bigger and better year on year. And with sporting fixtures, tech talks and movie magic all in the mix, there’s something for everyone.

Here is Victor’s round up of what’s on offer this season:

Goodwood Revival

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  • 11 – 13 September – Chichester, UK

Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines!

The Goodwood Revival kicks off with a roar on Friday 11 September, offering an action-packed three days of historic motor racing. Showcasing vehicles from 1930 to 1960, including Voiturettes, GTs and Formula One cars, it’s the perfect long weekend for fans of vintage wheels.

The stars of this year’s Lavant Cup are the Ferraris of the Fifties, with the 166M, 340MM, 375MM, 750 Monza and 250 Testa Rossa all on show. These are the cars that cemented Ferrari’s reputation, claiming five World Sportscar Championship titles.

The 2015 Revival also pays tribute to motorsport legend Bruce McLaren, with a daily track parade charting his career, while the Freddie March Spirit of Aviation display gathers some of the most prestigious aircraft in the world with a collection of rare flying machines from the 1920s onwards.

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Munich, Germany (MUC) > London, UK (FAB)

Citation CJ
(5 pax)

£7,172

return

Challenger 604
(10 pax)

£19,403

return

* Prices are based on an overnight trip

TechCrunch Disrupt

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  • 21 – 23 September – San Francisco, USA

This year’s conference brings the best and brightest entrepreneurs, investors, hackers and tech fans together for a three-day affair that promises to be the busiest yet.

With events like the Startup Battlefield, which pits the top early-stage start-ups against each other in competition for the Disrupt Cup, all eyes will be looking out for the next big thing in tech – past winners include Dropbox, Mint and Yammer. Disrupt is a must-attend for tech entrepreneurs, with the opportunity to see the best early-stage companies in action, and the chance to discuss the most important topics facing the industry today.

View the full schedule here

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Austin, Texas (AUS) > San Francisco, California (SFO)

Citation X
(5 pax)

£20,508

return

Legacy 600
(10 pax)

£30,744

return

* Prices are based on an overnight trip

Monaco Yacht Show

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  • 23 – 26 September – Principality of Monaco

Taking place in the iconic Port Hercules since 1991, this year’s Monaco Yacht Show celebrates the event’s quarter-century and is set to attract 33,000 visitors.

For the past 25 years the MYS has been the place to admire, sample and buy around 120 extraordinary one-off designs. Victor partner Burgess, the market leaders for purchase and charter, will display a collection of superyachts along with more than 500 other exhibitors.

Click here for more

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Moscow, Russia (VKO) > Nice, France (NCE)

Challenger 350
(5 pax)

£28,663

return

Falcon 2000
(10 pax)

£34,742

return

* Prices are based on an overnight trip

New York Film Festival

 

  • 26 September – 12 October – Manhattan, New York

From the grand sweep to the small scale, from narrative to nonfiction, from Asia to North America, this year’s NYFF main slate covers a vast range of emotions, styles and themes.

The main event of opening night is the world premiere of The Walk, which is based on the story of the French high-wire artist Philippe Petit’s balancing act between the Twin Towers. Other highly anticipated world premieres include Miles Ahead, Bridge of Spies and Don’t Blink – Robert Frank.
For information on VIP passes and tickets click here

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Boston, Massachusetts (BOS) > New York, New York (TEB)

Hawker 400XP
(5 pax)

£3,375

return

Gulfstream G-V
(10 pax)

£13,457

return

* Prices are based on an overnight trip

Fashion Week

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  • 10 September – 17 September – New York
  • 18 September – 22 September – London
  • 23 September – 07 October – Milan
  • 30 September – 07 October – Paris

With the most important month on the style calendar upon us, it’s a busy time in the business. New York Fashion Week kicks it all off with Misha Nonoo, who foregoes her traditional catwalk show in favour of a digital-only presentation. Haute couture house Givenchy, on the other hand, takes it back to the streets by opening its runway to the public.

In London, Fashion Week moves away from its iconic Somerset House location to the concrete underbelly of the Brewer Street car park in Soho, where it showcases over 80 designer collections. Nine of the city’s brightest emerging talents have been awarded sponsorship to take part.

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London, UK (LTN) > Milan, Italy (LIN)

Premier I
(5 pax)

£20,508

return

Falcon 2000EX
(10 pax)

£30,744

return

* Prices are based on an overnight trip

Grand Prix

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  • 20 September – Singapore
  • 27 September – Japan
  • 11 October – Russia
  • 25 October – United States

Now in its 66th season, the 2015 Formula One World Championship has seen Lewis Hamilton battle to defend his crown from the likes of teammate Nico Rosberg and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel. The next stop in Singapore is a particularly thrilling round on the circuit, transporting the glamour and the glory direct to the city streets. It’s followed by the Japanese Grand Prix on 27 September, on a circuit famous for being one of the greatest used in F1 today.

Don’t miss the action and request your charter before it’s too late.

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