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Astondoa 110 Century: Celebrating 100 Years of Yacht Building
Posted on May 9th 2016 - Lenny Rudow
The Astondoa 110 Century was created as a celebration of this Spanish yacht builder’s 100th birthday.

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.

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.

Mondomarine Serenity
Posted on February 29th 2016 - Diane Byrne
The first SF series yacht from Mondomarine exudes the essence of experiential travel, and togetherness.

The Nordlund Brothers’ Formula: Yacht Form, Function, Execution
Posted on February 3rd 2016 - Neil Rabinowitz
From yachts, to yachtfishers, to expedition yachts, Paul and Gary Nordlund own the space up to 120 feet.

CRN Atlante: A Megayacht with Machismo
Posted on January 7th 2016 - Diane Byrne
Militaristic, macho, and modern—all are apt descriptions of the CRN megayacht Atlante.

Tankoa Yachts Suerte: Boutique Superyacht
Posted on December 21st 2015 - Diane Byrne
Newly established Tankoa Yachts strives to do things differently—as do its clients.

Expedition Yacht Miss Lisa
Posted on November 10th 2015 - Neil Rabinowitz
The 92 foot Miss Lisa combines the best of commercial ship construction with yacht-quality interior decor.

Royal Huisman Ketch, Elfje: Prepare to be Dazzled
Posted on October 11th 2015 - Diane Byrne
Elfje is considered a “Next Generation” ketch as much for her performance as for her emphasis on sustainability.

Floating Islands: A Different Kind of Liveaboard
Posted on October 3rd 2015 - Lenny Rudow
If a yacht simply is not big enough, perhaps one of these floating islands would fit your needs.