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.
With the new Bertram 540, deep-sea fishing excursions and weekend family getaways no longer have to be mutually exclusive.
Like other personal-watercraft makers, Sea-Doo voluntarily limits the top speed of its machines to 65 mph.
For most personal watercraft, buoyancy is a virtue. But the new $100,000 Cayago Magnum sinks by design.
It may seem somewhat incongruous for a BMW Group–owned company, DesignworksUSA, to have styled the Bavaria Cruiser 55—a yacht propelled by wind, not horsepower.
At 131 feet long, the new Sanlorenzo 40 Alloy (www.sanlorenzoyacht.com) would have been slowed by a hull made of fiber
RoMa, a recent launch from Viareggio Superyachts, allows 12 fortunate guests to roam in comfort across the 62-meter (203-ft.) quad-deck hull.
Oceanco’s shipyard in the Netherlands is known for producing some of the most creative custom superyachts around the world.
The moment tom perkins first took the helm of Maltese Falcon marked the culmination of his quest to create a new breed of mechanically sophisticated sailing superyachts.
With its black hull and desert sand–colored deck, the Riva 68' Ego Super (www.riva-yacht.com) made quite a statement amid t