Expedition yachts, by definition, have always been about utility rather than style.
Northern Star (www.moranyachts.com) is bringing a bit of the Europe
In 1909, John Jacob Astor IV, known to intimates as the Colonel, divorced his wife Ava in a clandestine proceeding in Poughkeepsie, New Yo
Fresh out of an extensive, two-year refit at Australia’s Azzura Marine, the 105-foot CMN Necker Belle signed on with the Burgess charter f
In early October, Feadship’s Koninklijke de Vries shipyard launched the 213-foot (65-meter) hull No. 680.
Fractional-ownership group Classic Yacht Partners has ordered from Trumpy Yachts a 125-foot motor yacht inspired by the 1928 Trumpy named
The Dutch reputation for building impressive superyachts lives on the 62-meter Icon, which was unveiled to the public in September at the
CMN Yachts’ Slipstream (www.cmnyacht.com) showcases the shipyard’s 197
Upholstering a wall with small rectangular sheets of mother-of-pearl or with millions of shimmering glass beads might seem more extravagan
Less than a decade ago, many express cruisers designed by American companies had straight hull lines, reverse-facing radar arches, and int
Delta is one of a few U.S. yacht builders that ranks with the most respected shipyards in Europe.
If there were a royal line in the American yachting industry, Magnum Marine would surely have a legitimate claim to the throne.
The Riva 86 Domino (www.riva-yacht.com), which at press time was sch
Next summer, the Italian yacht builder Pershing will launch the first boat in its 108-foot series.
Palmer Johnson shows no signs of slowing as it prepares to launch the PJ170.
Oceanfast has been building motoryachts for 25 years, and its new 48-meter series yacht is a fresh departure for the Australian shipyard.
With its Custom Line 124' (www.customline-yacht.com)—124-foot
Lord Norman Foster, the creative force behind Manhattan’s Hearst Tower, London’s City Hall, and a host of other highly acclaimed projects,
The new 43-meter Nadara from Tecnomar has a sleek, stealthy look with its aggressively pointed bow and tiger-stripe black curves created b
Designing a sailing superyacht can be infinitely more complicated than a motoryacht, particularly when it needs to cross oceans in comfort
Perini Navi, the Italian shipyard known for its fleet of colossal sailboats, has recently launched the latest in its 56-meter superyacht s
Noah’s Ark, arguably the world’s first expedition yacht, was built in Turkey.
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 y
Ppersonal submersibles are quickly becoming standard tenders in the luxury yachting world.
Several years ago, a British businessman went looking for an older yacht to restore.
Inventor Graham Hawkes’ lifelong obsession with underwater flight leads him to create a winged two-person submersible.