Boats and Yachts

This motor yacht is powered by the innovative Volvo Penta IPS drives, the first major new propulsion system in the marine industry in more than a decade. Inside Information: Dick Lazzara likes to...
Delivered in 2007, this 180-foot yacht is the fourth Trinity built for the same owner. The yacht is unique because of her size, which made her the first large steel-hulled, full displacement yacht...
This refitted 1965 vessel was completely gutted and relaunched in 2005 to take advantage of charter market trends toward supersize yachts for parties larger than 12 guests. Inside Information: The...
The proprietors of the 125-foot Hakvoort Perle Bleue previously owned the 148-foot Hakvoort Campbell Bay . Although the owners downsized, they did not have to sacrifice the bigger-boat features to...
From its Edwardian-influenced interior to its wide teak deck planks, Meteor harks back to the age of sail while making the most of modern technology and materials. For example, Rondal, Royal Huisman’...
This yacht is built of aluminum alloy, which has a reputation for being strong and dent resistant—thus contributing to safety at sea. Inside Information: This yacht’s owner changed the traditional...
This yacht is an update of the 44-foot Midnight Lace from the late 1970s, a creation that helped designer Tom Fexas become a household name in the marine industry. Inside Information: Sadly, Fexas...
This was the first motor yacht to feature a new, retractable, top-deck awning system that Feadship designed to help limit guest exposure to the sun. Inside Information: This yacht’s original name in...
Built as a sister ship to the identical Annaliesse , this yacht is the only one of the two still available for charter today. Inside Information: It’s reported that Alysia can command as high as $840...
This sister ship to the fast Perinis, Burrasca and Santa Maria , Rosehearty is expected to achieve the same 16 knots under sail that each of those yachts boasts—and perhaps more, since she is home to...
An existing hull was used as the basis for this motor yacht, which was built and delivered in just two years—incredibly fast for a custom project of this size. Inside Information: The owner decided...
There’s an unusual feature onboard this yacht: an indoor/outdoor bar on the main deck that should make both the owners and charter guests happy in any weather condition. Inside Information: This...
As of its launch in 2006, Aristarchos was the largest ever built by Nautor’s Swan. Its maximum speed is 14 knots under power, and it moves well under sail too, thanks to a mainsail that’s some 1,500...
Ice was created to have as little environmental impact as possible on its cruising grounds, with minimal exhaust emissions, hull vibrations, and sound projections that would otherwise bother guests...
With a cruising speed of 40 knots and a top speed of 45 knots, this motor yacht was built as much for speed as it was for looks. It’ll get you from the secluded beach to the waterfront restaurant in...
This is one of two yachts the American owners built simultaneously, with Linda Lou in Germany and the 157-foot Lady Linda in the United States.
Rumored to be the fastest Perini Navi ever launched, Parsifal III is also unique in terms of styling, with a contemporary interior that includes movable circular seating in the main salon.
This is the only luxury charter motor yacht in the world that was specifically built to be handicap-accessible, including extra-wide decks for wheelchair use. Inside Information: The interior onboard...
Even the tenders are customized on this custom motor yacht. They include a 28-foot Vaudrey Miller and a 28-foot Chris-Craft Corsair, both exceptional boats in their own right.
Four of the guest cabins on this yacht can be converted into two suites, so if you’re cruising with a small party of friends or family, everyone can enjoy more luxurious accommodations. Inside...
This yacht has zero-speed stabilizers, which prevent her from rolling with the waves while you’re trying to enjoy dinner on the aft deck at anchor. Inside Information: There are three jet tenders...
The owners of this yacht are wine lovers, so there is a chilled display case that holds hundreds of bottles in between the main dining and living room areas.
This yacht is the first to have a 24-hour push-button room service feature designed by entertainment systems guru Crestron. Inside Information: This yacht was originally built in 2000 with a...
When Laurel launched in 2006 in the state of Washington, it was the largest to be built on American soil since the 1930s. In its first year, Laurel cruised to western Mexico, western Europe, the U.S...
This composite yacht was the first from Cyrus Yachts, a brand formed under the management of Dutch company Vitters Shipyard to launch a new line of 33- to 38-meter, semicustom motor yachts from a...
One of the few luxury sailing catamarans available for charter today, this yacht is less than an inch short of being 100 feet long. Inside Information: Two of the guest cabins have twin beds that...
The Alshaya family of Kuwait—one of the biggest retail franchisers in the Middle East—commissioned this yacht from Burger. It became the first of several large motor yacht projects that transformed...
This yacht was built with charter in mind, including a spectacular master suite with its own private terrace for the principal charter guest. Inside Information: The on-deck hot tub is designed to...
The crew-to-guest ratio on this yacht is intentionally 2:1 to ensure the highest-possible quality of service. Inside Information: This is one of the few charter yachts in the world with a doctor’s...
Eos is one of the most elusive yachts in the world, subject to a publicity blackout since the day it launched from the Lürssen yard in July 2006. It’s reported that Eos the largest sailing yacht in...

Pages