Posts Tagged ‘John Burnham’

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British Yachts Discounted for U.S. Buyers after Brexit Vote
Posted on July 8th 2016 - John Burnham
The British pound lost value when the UK voted to leave the European Union, creating opportunities for yacht buyers with other currencies.

Cruisers 60 Cantius: A Flagship with New Brand Styling
Posted on March 24th 2016 - John Burnham
While setting a new standard in style, the 60 Cantius stays true to its owner-focused American purposes

Incredible Interiors of YachtWorld
Posted on December 30th 2015 - John Burnham
Fans of YachtWorld on Facebook voted these three superyachts as their favorites during the fall.

Kialoa II: Famous Aluminum Racer, 50 Years Later
Posted on December 17th 2015 - John Burnham
The 72-foot Sparkman & Stephens yawl has raced and cruised around the world and has many miles yet to sail.

Volvo Ocean Race Newport Restart: Everybody was a Winner
Posted on May 27th 2015 - Carol Cronin
The city of Newport, RI opened its arms to the Volvo Ocean Race when it came to town in early May 2015, and we were ...

Meet Absolute, the Yacht Series
Posted on March 8th 2015 - John Burnham
A new breed of Italian cruising yacht has achieved a growing presence in the U.S., starting in Miami Beach.

Barcelona’s Boat Show, Salon Nautico
Posted on October 30th 2014 - John Burnham
You can take my word for it, October is a pleasant month to visit Barcelona. Hot in the sun, cool in the shade, plenty of ...

Video: Salon Nautico Power Catamarans
Posted on October 26th 2014 - John Burnham
The power catamarans were all lined up on the docks at Salon Nautico in Barcelona.

Salon Nautico: Barcelona’s Boat Show
Posted on October 26th 2014 - John Burnham
It's not the biggest boat show in Europe, but according to John Burnham there are plenty of interesting boats to see in Barcelona.

Sailing Around Mount Desert Island
Posted on July 2nd 2013 - John Burnham
Located east of the more populated Penobscot Bay, the Mount Desert region offers excellent cruising and racing, as well as a choice of quiet harbors ...