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Hylas 44: A Capable Center Cockpit Cruiser
Posted on April 20th 2014 - Zuzana Prochazka
This classic German Frers design has graceful lines, spacious accommodations, and good performance.

Miss Ann: Longevity, Beauty, and Prestige
Posted on April 10th 2014 - Zuzana Prochazka
If luxurious yachting on a historic beauty sounds like your cup of tea, this 118-foot beauty is for sale.

Hargrave Custom Yachts Shows off “Sassy”
Posted on April 6th 2014 - Diane Byrne
A full-of-fun family returned to the well-known builder Hargrave Custom Yachts for their third yacht—so far.

Scots Miss: History in a Weatherhead Ketch
Posted on March 31st 2014 - Zuzana Prochazka
The Scots Miss was built in 1932, and was converted for pleasure use in 1964.

Catana 431: Prime Catamaran Sailing Yacht
Posted on March 29th 2014 - Zuzana Prochazka
New sailing cats are taking the U.S. by storm, but the Catana 431 is a good multihull option on the brokerage market.

Sea Ray Semi-Custom: Sundancer and Sunsport
Posted on March 22nd 2014 - Kim Kavin
Sea Ray isn't known for building boats over 60 feet, nor are they known for semi-custom models. The 630 Sundancer and Sunsport, however, offer some ...

ISA Yachts Aziza: A Minimalist Megayacht
Posted on March 18th 2014 - Diane Byrne
Minimalism and luxury may not seem to go together, but Aziza from ISA Yachts proves the concepts can co-exist.

56-foot Viking Raptor Lives Up to Her Name
Posted on March 15th 2014 - Kim Kavin
This sportfishing yacht presents buyers with an uncommon opportunity: to own a serious predator and proven tournament winner.

Tommy Lee: A Thames Tug Goes Cruising
Posted on March 11th 2014 - Zuzana Prochazka
Planning to go cruising in the canals of England or France on your own boat? This converted tug is already in Europe and ready to ...

Apostrophe: A Custom Yacht from Hakvoort Shipyard
Posted on February 26th 2014 - Diane Byrne
When it came time to design his first custom yacht, the owner behind Apostrophe clearly didn’t spare any expense.