Marlow Explorer 49E Review
Posted on January 19th 2017 - John Burnham
The smallest trawler in the Marlow Explorer line presents a unique opportunity to cruise.
Columbus Tomahawk 52M: A Yacht Inside a Ship
Posted on January 19th 2017 - Zuzana Prochazka
This 52-meter expedition yacht has a ship-like footprint, and ship-like capabilities.
Cheoy Lee Lapworth 50 Sloop: Designed for the Win
Posted on January 16th 2017 - Zuzana Prochazka
This old but trusty Cheoy Lee yacht is purpose-built and still going strong.
Nobiskrug Superyacht Sycara V
Posted on January 12th 2017 - Neil Rabinowitz
Sycara V is 225’ of modernity and magnificence in a superyacht.
Lürssen Coral Ocean: Creating a Big Buzz
Posted on January 9th 2017 - Diane Byrne
A builder buys one of its most famous yachts, refits her for charter, and is letting the world see for the first time how advanced ...
10 Reasons to Cruise to Cuba
Posted on January 5th 2017 - Kim Kavin
These “new” cruising grounds are now open game for Americans and their yachts once again.
Metalships Rodman Maybe: The Largest Yacht Ever Built in Spain
Posted on January 2nd 2017 - Diane Byrne
A commercial shipyard completes the largest yacht built in Spain—and catches the yachting bug.
Meet Aquila: A Superyacht Collaboration Meant to Birth an Entire Range
Posted on December 29th 2016 - Kim Kavin
Worth Avenue Yachts has just introduced Aquila, a 236-foot concept yacht that is intended to be the first in a range of yachts to come.
Hatteras Cockpit Motor Yacht: Real, or Refit?
Posted on December 26th 2016 - Kim Kavin
You can find Hatteras 70 Motor Yachts and Hatteras 70-something Cockpit Motor Yachts on the broker market, but they may be the same boats. Sort ...
Sailing Around Vancouver Island
Posted on December 22nd 2016 - Neil Rabinowitz
A flotilla of friends circumnavigates this beautiful, historic, and still wild island of the Pacific Northwest.