Eddie Jordan knows a thing or two about fast, technically advanced, and elegantly designed vehicles.
On the deck of a gigayacht, two bikini-clad young women point at themselves, then at the driver of the powerboat that is racing toward them across Monaco’s harbor: They want a ride.
Massimo Perotti was a happy man during this past fall’s Monaco Yacht Show.
The Gift A 459-foot gigayacht with expansive interiors, extensive security features, and minimal environmental impact.
Boaters who ply the Northeast’s waters have a healthy respect for Buzzards Bay, a 28-by-8-mile inlet between the Massachusetts mainland and Martha’s Vineyard.
In a sailboat race this September, a 76-foot sloop called White Wings crossed the finish line before Black Watch, a 68-foot yawl—but Black Watch won.
On clear nights, say the inhabitants of Crinan, a village in southwestern Scotland, you can hear bagpipe music drifting across the bay from Duntrune Castle.
"Man overboard!” Electrified, the crew members leap into action. On this blustery March day in the Pacific Ocean off San Francisco, the water temperature stands at about 50 degrees Fahrenheit.
Each October, virtually every boat manufacturer in the world comes to southeastern Florida.
Noah’s ark, it could be argued, was the first gigantic yacht, although undoubtedly its amenities, while suitable for most of its passengers, fell short of today’s standards.