As jumbo jets were increasingly retired amid the pandemic, yacht designer Uros Pavasovic had a vision of the apocalypse.
A submariner who has visited the oceans’ deepest points uncovers the secret behind a World War II battleship lying on the bottom of the sea.
Two very different approaches are finding that military veterans and the chronically ill do well when they spend time on boats.
The impressive vessel also has an Airbus H130 chopper and a deep-dive U-Boat Worx CR3 submarine.
The 283-foot vessel just happened to set a record for its size. The owner was more interested in seeing the world from a bespoke lap of luxury.
Organizers have confirmed the March 25-28 dates with Covid restrictions in place, but expect a smaller, more regional show.
Venture into the wild.
The beautifully converted vessel has 6,000 square feet of luxury living space, plus another 4,000 square feet of storage.
The organizers have created three new attendee designations to make docks less congested, while allowing better access for yacht buyers.
The owners would rather have the works of Frank Stella, Roy Lichtenstein and dozens of other artists on their yachts than in their homes.