With its flexible flybridge and countless other customizable features, the Azimut 45 (+39.011.93.161, www.azimu
With a striking design from Espen Øino International, the 125-foot Danish Yachts AeroCruiser 38 (+45.9845.4200,
Pershing, a Ferretti Group subsidiary, may have moved away from the fast-and-furious powerboat market when it introduced the Pershing 108 (+39.0721.956211,
At 120 feet, the 120SL is the grandest vessel in the Azimut Grande series, a line of 100-plus-foot planing yachts with which the Azimut-Benetti Group bridges the gap between custom and s
The Arcadia 115 (+39.0811.955.4898, www.arcadiayachts.it) sports distinct but purposeful styling.
Unlike its more classically shaped siblings, the Custom Line 100 (+39.0543.787511, www.customline-yacht.com
Tilli Antonelli, who founded the Pershing yacht company in 1981, made a splash last April with the debut of the inaugural model from his new brand, Wider.
Launched last September, the Frauscher 1017 GT (www.frauscherboats.com) is an exceptional racer that
With aggressive and easily identifiable designs, boats from Monaco-based Wally demand attention.
The Riva Iseo (www.riva-yacht.com) is one of the storied Italian brand’s most exciting launches in recen
Galileo G (+39.0187.28371, www.perininavi.it) is the second launch from the Vitruvius line of ex
Rossi Navi is not as well known as many of its yacht-building counterparts in Europe.
Italian builder Tecnomar designed its new 120-foot planing yacht so that passengers could be as close as possible to the water.
Launched in mid-April, the latest to splash from Feadship is the 258-foot (78.5-meter) custom motor yacht Hampshire II.
New from Seattle-based builder Delta Marine comes the largest all-composite 50-meter luxury custom motor yacht on the planet.
During its Monaco sale taking place May 11 and 12—to coincide with the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique—RM Auctions will offer up one of the most famous racing boats ever built.
Combine the French Beneteau Group’s industrial know-how with Monte Carlo Yachts’ Italian style and then throw in a country kitchen, and American yachting enthusiasts will apprecia
At 43 feet long, the Wally One (www.wally.com) is the smallest model from the Monaco-based builder.
Chris-Craft builds sport boats favored as both primary vessels and tenders. Not only do they look fast, they are fast.
John Paul Dejoria likes to hit the road in his 1957 Chevy Bel Air and ride the tracks in his private 1927 American Car and Foundry Company railcar.
Vicem Yachts’ newest design bests the formerly largest yacht in the Turkish builder’s Classic Flybridge series by three feet of hull length and one passenger cabin.
Open yachts feature exactly what their name suggests: big, open spaces for relaxing and sunning.
Italian boatbuilder Revolver designed its inaugural model, the Revolver 42 (www.revolverboats.com), as somethi
Despite its smaller size, Sessa Marine’s new Flybridge 40, the descendant of last year’s Fly 45, has plenty of legroom.
Like its closed-top sibling, the Hedonist Open (www.artofkinetik.com) is 62 feet long and achieves a top speed
When the owner of the 121-foot expedition yacht Jasmin wanted a new yacht, he envisioned the features that made her a hit on the charter circuit, with a few twists.
The latest semicustom model from Italian shipyard Sanlorenzo bridges the gap between the Italian yard’s SL88 and SL104 models.
Catamarans have come a long way in terms of their appeal as pleasure vessels, and Taiwanese shipbuilder Horizon Yacht takes them a step further with its newest model, the PC58—the
This winter, bring up to 12 guests and cruise through the Caribbean on Benetti’s new 200-foot custom megayacht available for charter through Ocean Independence.
One of the most capacious boats in its class, the 45-foot Sessa Fly 45 (www.sessamarine.com) has an interior tha