Bertram 800

    Bertram's new 80-foot flagship, which will debut in early summer 2010, was designed as a go-anywhere battlewagon that will work in a variety of climates. The sleek-looking 80, with the trademark Bertram deep-V hull, uses an entirely new style of superstructure that includes an enclosed flybridge. The windows, reinforced into the fiberglass hull for optimal strength, actually brighten the salon's interior and upper helm station. The boat's interior is simple but refined, clad in African mahogany, with four staterooms, deluxe galley, and large salon. The master stateroom is a full-beam with large portside windows. The staterooms can be customized, and even the layout, which allows two crew cabins, can be configured to the owner's desires. Of course, the über-size cockpit turns the 80 into the ultimate fishing machine, with all the equipment and storage of a serious battlewagon. But the cockpit can also transition into a social area, with lounges and a convertible table.

    The 125-foot yacht is the most environmentally friendly in its class...
    Beautiful, hand-finished wood detailing is found throughout the 147-foot megayacht…
    The 164-foot yacht has a sky lounge and a 1,000-square-foot owner’s suite…
    The new yacht has a reworked layout for the U.S. market…
    Photo by Emilio Bianchi
    The ship’s interiors were conceived by the Dutch architect Erick van Egeraat…
    Photo by Jeff Brown
    The 141-foot yacht uses both diesel and electric motors…
    Marc Paris
    Designed for traveling to far-flung destinations, Perini Navi’s Exuma is doing just that this year...
    Alberto Cocchi
    At the annual boat show in Cannes last September, the 64-foot Dominator 640 won two World Yacht...
    Image courtesy of Jan Petter Lehne
    Thanks to an abundance of exterior space, the Canados 108 feels much larger than 108 feet...
    The 476-foot concept is equipped with nearly every amenity imaginable…