A 10-passenger sailboat built recently by Perini Navi was in danger of never making it into the water.
No matter how charming the guests aboard your yacht can be, occasions arise when you seek privacy in places other than your stateroom.
The invitation to board Campbell Bay, the 146-foot Hakvoort yacht, sounded more like a plea than a request. “I need to take you on my boat,” said the vessel’s owner, Peggy Bey.
With its pale gray hull and minimalist interior, Skat, the 233-foot Lurssen megayacht, stands out in a crowd.
Camper & Nicholsons (954.524.4250, www.cnconnect.com) has been a yacht industry leader for nearly 150 years, and its charter services—on
What began as a competition devolved into a laugher.
There is no escaping the work of Philippe Starck. The Frenchman has designed everything from toothbrushes to South Beach hotels and Aprilia motorcycles to European disposal sites.
Several years ago at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, Ben Price, a Sarasota, Fla., resident, spent six long days walking the crowded Florida docks and speaking with boatbuilders, both
Designing a yacht is no big feat, says an architect who will remain unnamed to spare him the fury of boating professionals. “Space is space,” he says.
As its second edition approaches, the International Yacht & Jet Show already has a legend attached to it.
Brad Webb, a 29-year-old New Zealander, is perched on the bow of USA-76, barking into his headset. “Ten meters!” Webb shouts to helmsman Peter Holmberg. “Five, four, three . .
Skip Braver, president and CEO of Cigarette Racing Team, has accumulated close to 4,000 flight hours, but not one was as significant as the hour he spent in a Boeing 747 simulator three years ago.
The aisles of the Lannan Ship Model Gallery in Boston’s waterfront district are as confused and congested as the roads that have been rerouted by the Big Dig construction project taking place just
From somewhere off the Venezuelan coast, over his SatCom phone, the owner of the 147-foot Delta Marine yacht Gran Finale provides an update of his boat’s early November travels.
To those who met him in the early 1990s, Alexander Blastos was a wealthy and successful international businessman.
Whether by land, sea, or air, Los Angeles–based travel company Private Jetaway delivers, and this all-inclusive 24-day America’s Cup vacation for you and as many as seven of your friends includes
If you seek something more exotic than a superyacht, you might consider the Phoenix 1000 luxury submarine.
The Spirit de Soleil, Hustler Powerboats’ new 50-foot go-fast, awaits us at the dock on Peconic Bay, close to Hustler’s Long Island plant in Calverton, N.Y.
When Earl McMillen first saw Belle in 1996, the 77-foot wooden boat was half-buried in mud behind a house in St. Petersburg, Fla., its hull resembling a slice of Swiss cheese.
Trinity Yachts, the New Orleans boatbuilder, plans to deliver a 192-foot expedition yacht to a New Zealand entrepreneur.