It is tradition for yachts to be christened with a bottle of Champagne, but sometimes owners add a little more to the ceremony.
Just in time for summer, Robb Report presents a collection of toys—from artistic longboards to all-terrain vehicles to the latest in outdoor grills—to help make the most of the sunny seas
Designed to visit both the North and South Poles, Le Soléal, the latest ship from Marseilles, France–based
The American shipbuilder Palmer Johnson launched its new flagship model, the PJ 210, in the form of Lady M this summer.
Earlier this month, after more than two years of construction and ahead of schedule, Heesen delivered the 213-foot yacht Galactica Star (formerly known as Project Omnia),
The Roman design firm Zuccon International Project, which the architects Gianni Zuccon and Paola Galeazzi founded in 1972, has designed countless yachts, including for shipyards in the Ferretti Gr
Lürssen has long been a global leader in megayacht construction, but in the last year, the German builder has delivered some of its largest and most stunning vessels to date.
The shipyards of Italy’s Azimut Benetti Group regularly produce lavish yachts that measure well over 200 feet in length.
Seafaring adventurers can charter one of a number of superyachts this summer to travel to far-flung locations including the Galápagos Islands, Panama, Baltic Sea, and Indian Ocean, among others.
The Dutch shipyard Heesen Yachts has launched the third hull in its 163-foot (50-meter) semi-displacement series.