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  1. A number of high-end cruise lines are charting new courses, offering updated amenities and services, and, in some cases, launching ships. Following is a brief rundown to help you navigate the options...
  2. A smartly attired septuagenarian short on neither diamonds nor spunk pivots on her designer pumps to face me. "You are entirely too young to be in this elevator," she says, her statement engendering...
  3. The Argos G92 ( ) is the first in a new line of production yachts from the Chinese shipyard of American firm Tricon Marine. Tricon plans to produce only three hulls annually in...
  4. Luca Bassani, president, CEO, and founder of Wally Yachts, insists that his latest project is not a yacht at all. "It’s a floating island," he says while unveiling a 190-foot-long, 125-foot-wide...
  5. For many years, Christensen has made its name on custom-series motoryachts that share the same hull and propulsion systems. But the Washington-based shipyard has really excelled at incorporating the...
  6. Expedition yachts, by definition, have always been about utility rather than style. They are designed to travel in rough seas, cross long distances, and shelter their owners for weeks at a time. In...
  7. Fresh out of an extensive, two-year refit at Australia’s Azzura Marine, the 105-foot CMN Necker Belle signed on with the Burgess charter fleet. Originally launched as Lady Barbaretta in 2003, the...
  8. Northern Star ( ) is bringing a bit of the European countryside to the Caribbean, where the new 248-foot, five-deck megayacht just became available for charter for $650,000 per...
  9. In 1909, John Jacob Astor IV, known to intimates as the Colonel, divorced his wife Ava in a clandestine proceeding in Poughkeepsie, New York. The secrecy of the action enraged the newspapers, which...
  10. In early October, Feadship’s Koninklijke de Vries shipyard launched the 213-foot (65-meter) hull No. 680. From initial contact to completion, it took the yard three years to produce the twin-screw...