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  1. If you thought your yacht was too small for a submersible, the new U-Boat Worx Super Yacht Sub 3 will deep-six that sentiment. The same Netherlands-based builders that introduced the C-Explorer 3...
  2. Eye-catching composition and jaw-dropping performance are the calling cards of the new De Antonio Yachts D43 weekend cruiser . The latest dynamo from the Barcelona-based boatbuilding team headed by...
  3. Founded in 2010, the Swiss accessory brand TF Est. 1968—named for the initials and birth year of the company’s founder, Freddy Tschumi—creates products that combine the aesthetics of haute horlogerie...
  4. The latest British tailored-clothing brand to break out of its traditional uniform with contemporary sportswear and suits is E. Tautz .
  5. The U.K. firm Henry Ward Design studio has looked into its crystal ball to envision an explorer superyacht concept worthy of science fiction. Created in collaboration with engineering design...
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  9. LONDON The Connaught Formerly a walk-in humidor, the brass bar in the distinguished hotel’s Champagne Room is “very Jules Verne in concept and feel,” says Guy Oliver, who designed the space. Mayfair’...
  10. As the Baby Boomers age, knees and hips are blowing at record rates. Surgery is a salvation for many, but in this era of cost containment, is the price tag too high?

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