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  1. Oceanfast has been building motoryachts for 25 years, and its new 48-meter series yacht is a fresh departure for the Australian shipyard. Launched in June, the 131-foot yacht was designed for reduced...
  2. Lord Norman Foster, the creative force behind Manhattan’s Hearst Tower, London’s City Hall, and a host of other highly acclaimed projects, is making a big splash with his most recent foray into yacht...
  3. With its Custom Line 124' ( www.customline-yacht.com )—124-foot semicustom yachts expected to debut next spring—the Italian shipyard Ferretti aims to offer a sense of community and privacy. The...
  4. The new 43-meter Nadara from Tecnomar has a sleek, stealthy look with its aggressively pointed bow and tiger-stripe black curves created by three unbroken levels of windows. The 131-foot Nadara is...
  5. Designing a sailing superyacht can be infinitely more complicated than a motoryacht, particularly when it needs to cross oceans in comfort. Fitzroy Yachts has made a name for itself over the last...
  6. Perini Navi, the Italian shipyard known for its fleet of colossal sailboats, has recently launched the latest in its 56-meter superyacht series by designer Ron Holland. The Riela, however, differs...
  7. Noah’s Ark, arguably the world’s first expedition yacht, was built in Turkey. Yet despite this august heritage, the Turks have never been known as master shipbuilders. That could soon change: Vicem...
  8. Ppersonal submersibles are quickly becoming standard tenders in the luxury yachting world. The following manufacturers offer submersibles of various styles and capabilities. OCEAN PEARL : SEAmagine’s...
  9. Inventor Graham Hawkes’ lifelong obsession with underwater flight leads him to create a winged two-person submersible. "I don’t think I’ll ever build a better sub," says Graham Hawkes a few days...
  10. Several years ago, a British businessman went looking for an older yacht to restore. He loved the classics from the early 20th century, and as a self-described "boat nut" he relished the thought of...

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