When the pandemic hit in 2020, “Gene Chaser” became a floating research center where a reliable, low-cost Covid-19 home testing kit was created.
After a year’s hiatus, MIBS is back with new locations across Miami and Miami Beach, along with an armada of new boats of all sizes.
After a year’s hiatus, the world’s most important big-yacht show returns to Monte Carlo, with 82 superyachts on display. Here are some top premieres.
The transoceanic explorer SeaXplorer 105 has a luxurious interior and carries two helicopters, five tenders and a sub.
It’s the perfect place to park your Airbus H145.
The impressive vessel also has an Airbus H130 chopper and a deep-dive U-Boat Worx CR3 submarine.
Damen Yachting’s Redesigned 252-Foot SeaXplorer 77 Expedition Yacht Can Double as a 150-Guest Dance Club
The 252-footer features an al fresco party space, a sky lounge and an observation deck just for good measure.
“Gene Chaser” will support the superyacht “Gene Machine” in carrying out crucial scientific research.
La Datcha’s owner plans to heli-ski in the Antarctic, which requires both choppers. This ultimate explorer also has a certified emergency room, state-of-the-art scuba center and three-person submersible.