Articles in Boating & Yachting

Since 1957, when Queen Elizabeth II presided over its opening as a museum next to London’s...
By any standard, the 198-foot Blue Moon, the fourth Feadship owned by Chicago industrialist...
Ted Fontaine, founder of the Friendship Yacht Co. of Portsmouth, R.I. (www.friendshipyachtcompany....
Something about this Pershing 90 is different. The original 90, a black and silver convergence of a...
Venus RisingIn the 1880s, in Sarnico, Italy, Ernesto Riva became the first boatbuilder to fit...
In a building resembling an aircraft hangar, dozens of men clamber over an object as large as a...
During the space race between the United States and the Soviet Union in the 1960s and 1970s,...
A premium membership in the invitation-only yachting club Private Sea. The membership includes...
Midway through the race, five yachts—Viriella, Sei Tu 2, OPS 5, Flying Dragon, and Charis—converge...
When grammy-nominated songwriter Denise Rich takes possession of Lady Joy II, her new 157-foot...
The Hatteras 77 Convertible, which will debut in October at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat...
Subtle is not the adjective that will jump to the tongue when Oceanco introduces its 702 superyacht...
Photograph by Daniel Forster/ROLEX.
It is the day before the 2006 Newport-to-Bermuda race, and any minute now we are going to cast off...
Chris Dickson, helmsman of the BMW Oracle America’s Cup team, keeps his hands steady on the carbon-...
Those who charter Christina O join a roster of passengers who have included John F. Kennedy, the...
A vessel the caliber of Charlatan is an anomaly in the South Pacific, which, unlike the Caribbean,...
As the world’s largest sloop, the 247-foot-long Mirabella V tends to draw attention to herself. In...
We had a large group of friends who wanted to be together on a Caribbean cruise, but we also wanted...
Using a baseball analogy to describe Benetti’s launching of the 183-foot Galaxy, the initial build...
About a decade ago, a California entrepreneur took delivery of a 170-foot Feadship and named her...

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