As with any megayacht, there is a story behind the name of Anson Bell, a 156-footer built by Palmer Johnson. More compelling, however, is the tale of the bell itself.
There is no escaping the work of Philippe Starck. The Frenchman has designed everything from toothbrushes to South Beach hotels and Aprilia motorcycles to European disposal sites.
What began as a competition devolved into a laugher.
Camper & Nicholsons (954.524.4250, www.cnconnect.com) has been a yacht industry leader for nearly 150 years, and its charter services—on
With its pale gray hull and minimalist interior, Skat, the 233-foot Lurssen megayacht, stands out in a crowd.
The invitation to board Campbell Bay, the 146-foot Hakvoort yacht, sounded more like a plea than a request. “I need to take you on my boat,” said the vessel’s owner, Peggy Bey.
No matter how charming the guests aboard your yacht can be, occasions arise when you seek privacy in places other than your stateroom.
A 10-passenger sailboat built recently by Perini Navi was in danger of never making it into the water.
For more than two decades, three sailboats named Borkumriff—each one slightly larger than the previous version—were the vessels of choice for a German owner.
In response to a request from a pair of its most loyal clients, Nautor’s Swan, a Finnish company that has traditionally manufactured production sailboats as large as 80 feet long, designed and bui