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  1. The Ferretti Custom Line 97' feels remarkably spacious, thanks partly to unusually large windows in its guest cabins. The $12.6 million, 97-foot vessel also has optional features typically reserved...
  2. Nazenin V , launched late 2009, is the largest aluminum sailing yacht built in Turkey. The 171-ft. blue-hulled yacht also commands a significant presence with its 200-ft.-tall mast and meticulous...
  3. The Oyster 575, launched in early 2010, is an evolutionary design for the venerable English builder. The 59-foot cruiser, with its sleek deck and spacious cockpit, was designed by Rob Humphreys for...
  4. The flagship of the Leopard line, Pure One is a sleek, fast, and Euro-stylish performance yacht. Pure One was a collaboration between Arno Shipyard and Pure Design, and its planing hull reaches 36...
  5. Cigarette Racing is the grand old dame of performance boats. The Miami-based builder has made something of a dramatic return to former glory with boats like its Grand Sport II, which made its debut...
  6. Poland-based builder Sunreef has been experiencing a growth spurt since it began building luxury sailing catamarans five years ago. Sea Bass , delivered to American clients in summer 2009, is one of...
  7. The fourth of CRN's 43 maxi-yacht series, Sofico was designed to have the space of a yacht 20 feet longer, but without the extra responsibilities. The yacht was styled by CRN with interiors by Studio...
  8. Sportfishing aficionados would be forgiven if they confused Vicem's 57 SF with a salty battlewagon originating in the Carolinas. The 57, which made its U.S. debut in early 2010, looks very much like...
  9. Vicem’s 54 IPS, which made its debut in early 2010, combines the best of Vicem’s old-world craftsmanship with the latest in propulsion technology. The Turkish yacht builder has turned the art of...
  10. There is something unmistakable about a Wally yacht, whether it's the flat hull shape or spartan deck. Indio , a 100-foot yacht Wally launched in late 2009, certainly bears the Wally family...

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