Posts Tagged ‘Neil Rabinowitz’
A Commuter Boat with Style: Sally Christine
Posted on September 14th 2014 - Neil Rabinowitz
When the founder of West Marine wanted a commuter boat, he turned to Sam Devlin. The result is Sally Christine, a unique mix of tradition ...
Sally Christine: Commuter Boat with Flair
Posted on September 5th 2014 - Neil Rabinowitz
When Randy Repass, founder of West Marine, and his wife wanted a commuter for the 34 mile run to their island in Canada, they turned ...
Moon River: Motoryacht by Sam Devlin
Posted on August 26th 2014 - Neil Rabinowitz
Moon River, designed and built by Sam Devlin, combines the classic profile of a Lake Union Dreamboat with a shallow draft, twin engine semi displacement ...
Coastal Craft Concord 65: Sports Car Seaworthy
Posted on May 7th 2014 - Neil Rabinowitz
Designed by the artistic hand of Gregory Marshall Naval Architects and powered by twin Volvo IPS1200s, the Coastal Craft Concord exceeds 30 knots and cruises ...
Coastal Craft Concord: New Model with Quiet Flair
Posted on May 6th 2014 - Neil Rabinowitz
The 65 foot Concord, the latest and largest model in Coastal Craft’s line of aluminum motoryachts, is fast, elegantly finished and sweet to behold.
Nordhavn 120 Aurora: Megayacht with No Limits
Posted on April 25th 2014 - Neil Rabinowitz
This 120 foot long-distance Nordhavn cruiser can travel for over 6,000 miles on a single tank of fuel.
Sardinia: Sailing in Paradise
Posted on February 25th 2014 - Neil Rabinowitz
Photographer Neil Rabinowitz takes us on a sailing adventure around Sardinia.
Sizzler: Flush-Deck Speedster
Posted on December 12th 2013 - Neil Rabinowitz
Hidden away in Idaho is Duane Hagadone's Sizzler, one of the most sophisticated daysailers ever built. Photographer Neil Rabinowitz takes us for a ride.
Sizzler: Daysailer, 700 Meters Above Sea Level
Posted on December 11th 2013 - Neil Rabinowitz
In a distant corner of North America, in Kootenai County, Idaho, is a clear glacial lake, wedged between mountain ranges of Ponderosa pine and the ...
Tailgating by Boat? That’s How Washington Huskies Football Fans Do It
Posted on November 21st 2013 - Neil Rabinowitz
Raft up, have a party, and walk 50 yards to the stadium entrance. If you do your boating in or around that Seattle, Washington, and ...