Great Designs by Ed Dubois
Posted on May 23rd 2016 - Rupert Holmes
Ed Dubois designed a range of amazing yachts over his lifetime. Here are just a few of them.
On-Demand Yacht Management: ‘Yacht Care On Autopilot’
Posted on May 17th 2016 - Kim Koditek
Florida Yacht Management introduces an online concierge service for owners seeking yacht maintenance, dockage, crew, and more in Fort Lauderdale.
Nautor Swan 441R: A Retrofitted Racing Sailboat with Character
Posted on May 16th 2016 - Zuzana Prochazka
A 1979 Nautor Swan 441R sailboat turns out to be ideal for retrofitting, and then for racing.
Luhrs 32 Open: Small But Serious
Posted on May 12th 2016 - Lenny Rudow
In the world of sportfishing yachts 32 feet isn’t much LOA, but with the 32 Open, Luhrs proved it’s enough to create a serious sportfishing ...
Instant Marina at the Miami Boat Show
Posted on April 29th 2016 - Neil Rabinowitz
Building the largest temporary marina in the world required good design and planning, especially given the time constraints.
Conversion of the Enigma XK: A Fishing Patrol Vessel Turned Superyacht
Posted on April 25th 2016 - Kim Kavin
280,000 hours, 70 Tons of Steel and 21 Miles of Wiring went into this superyacht conversion.
Pearson 323: Practicality in a Cruising Sailboat
Posted on April 18th 2016 - Zuzana Prochazka
Almost 400 Pearson 323 hulls were built, and this model remains popular on the brokerage market today.
Historic Tug: 1890 Astoria is on the Market
Posted on April 14th 2016 - Zuzana Prochazka
A tugboat conversion makes an excellent liveaboard, and in this case a historic abode, as well.
Euro-Yachts You May Have Missed: Five High-end Party Platforms
Posted on April 11th 2016 - Alex Smith
Alex Smith trawls through some unashamedly high-end shipyards in pursuit of his top five super-exclusive party platforms.
Rossinavi Taransay: A Modern Classic
Posted on April 7th 2016 - Diane Byrne
Stepping aboard Taransay is like taking a step back into the early 20th century, in more ways than one.