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.
The Kenai River: Natural Wonders, and Keeping them Wonderful
Posted on September 15th 2015 - Lenny Rudow
The Kenai River is riddled with salmon, bears, eagles, and wildlife beyond measure - but keeping it that way takes effort, even in Alaska.
Lürssen Ester III: Look and Dream
Posted on September 12th 2015 - Diane Byrne
Initial looks can be deceiving, as proven by Ester III, a new yacht Lürssen whose strong, masculine lines belie a genteel decor.
Float Planes and Northwest Cruising
Posted on August 30th 2015 - Neil Rabinowitz
The float planes of Kenmore Air opened up, and keep open, rich cruising grounds in an otherwise-inaccessible Pacific Northwest.
HH Catamarans: Morrelli and Melvin’s Upcoming Line
Posted on August 23rd 2015 - Zuzana Prochazka
The new venture plans to launch its first hull in 2016.
Port Townsend Wooden Boat Festival: Wood Boat Lover’s Delight
Posted on August 17th 2015 - Neil Rabinowitz
On the northern tip of Washington’s lush Quimper Peninsula lies Port Townsend, a quaint boatbuilding community that each September becomes the hub of the wooden ...
British Virgin Islands: Land Ho
Posted on August 4th 2015 - Neil Rabinowitz
For a sailor, few things in life live up to chartering the British Virgin Islands.
Baja: Nature that Nurtures
Posted on July 28th 2015 - Neil Rabinowitz
Photographer Neil Rabinowitz captures the natural beauty of the Baja peninsula.