One of the details that distinguishes the 184-foot sailing yacht Selene is fairly invisible—intentionally so.
The St. Johns river in DeLand, Fla., is not a good place to tip a rowing shell; it is home to countless alligators.
For close to 20 years, Robb Report’s sister publication ShowBoats International has hosted the ShowBoats International Awards and Rendezvous (ww
Martin Lo is just one of the leaders of the Chinese boatbuilder Cheoy Lee: The others are his seven brothers. Each brother has the word Director printed on his business card.
The young customs man is at a loss.
It is 9:30 am, and Johnny Danger is running out of tobacco—or whatever pungent substance fills his hand-rolled cigarette.
Amid the cluster of boats at the marina on the Greek island of Poros, Aello is a standout, though not in a way that makes her a magnet for charter.
Chris Dawson is pleased as punch with his latest assignment.
Like a Giant Oyster, the personal submersible’s transparent, spherical cabin closes, and William Kohnen—one of the craft’s inventors—and I slip slowly beneath the surface of the water.
Like its Wally Yachts predecessors, the new WallyPower 70 Lau Lau (www.wally.com) features vast expanses of glass and the angul