Those who charter Christina O join a roster of passengers who have included John F.
As the world’s largest sloop, the 247-foot-long Mirabella V tends to draw attention to herself.
What do you get when you combine the talents of an Italian yacht builder, a French designer, and a Kiwi naval architect?
While inventing new motor yachts, fulfilling orders for its 80-foot sailing vessels, and creating its forthcoming 148-foot überyacht, Wally
Naval architect Luca Brenta calls Ghost an “ocean runner,” a term he uses to describe a very fast yacht capable of comfortable passage-maki
While most Italian small-yacht builders have ignored America’s love affair with the retro styling of Down East lobster boats, Mochi Craft,
Fast and fashionable, the Australian-built semiopen Warren S87 offers a true cruising experience in exchange for the loss of a few sun pads.
With the widest beam (19 feet, 6 inches), shallowest draft (4 feet, 10 inches), and largest fuel capacity (1,950 gallons) in its class, the
In 1994, Hinckley gave aging sailboat customers a gracious way out of the cockpit when it introduced its Picnic Boat.
The folks at Fairline apparently have decided that if they cannot beat them, they should join them.
Designers Stefano Righini and Carlo Galeazzi have conceived the Azimut 105 as a roomy, elegant extension of its owner’s home.
When Italian real estate entrepreneur Salvatore D’Agostino failed to find a suitably large upgrade from his 54-foot Itama, he assembled a d
A fine Italian builder with a long history of producing fast patrol boats, Cantieri Navali Baglietto displays its pedigree in its line of mo
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Using a baseball analogy to describe Benetti’s launching of the 183-foot Galaxy, the initial build from its new shipyard for custom yachts in
Nothing signals a builder’s intention to compete in the megayacht business like launching a 496-ton vessel.
With its 180-foot Mia Elise, New Orleans–based Trinity Yachts has fired a shot across the bow of the European builders who traditionally hav