Posts Tagged ‘Neil Rabinowitz’
Life Proof Boats: Commercial Durability in Recreational Boats
Posted on September 26th 2016 - Neil Rabinowitz
Life Proof builds RIB-like collar boats which are far more rugged than your average pleasurecraft.
Hampton H650 Pilothouse : A Collaboration of Style and Engineering
Posted on September 15th 2016 - Neil Rabinowitz
The Hampton Pilothouse 650 is a new style of boat for the young, and the young at heart.
Nordic Tugs: Proof that Tugboats Can Be Practical Pocket Cruisers
Posted on June 20th 2016 - Neil Rabinowitz
Comfort and speed have gentrified the macho tugboat fraternity into a thriving class of recreational yachts.
Christensen Yachts: Staying the Course
Posted on June 6th 2016 - Neil Rabinowitz
The Washington state superyacht builder prepares to launch Silver Lining and Chasseur, two new vessels over 160 feet.
Concorde Marine Group Combines Three Pacific Builders
Posted on February 18th 2016 - Neil Rabinowitz
The collaboration of Northern, San Juan, and Concorde proves that, like cats, worthy boatbuilders just might have nine lives.
The Nordlund Brothers’ Formula: Yacht Form, Function, Execution
Posted on February 3rd 2016 - Neil Rabinowitz
From yachts, to yachtfishers, to expedition yachts, Paul and Gary Nordlund own the space up to 120 feet.
Lighting Up the Night, Superyacht-Style
Posted on December 3rd 2015 - Neil Rabinowitz
When it comes to turning the lights on, modern LEDs have enabled remarkable advances in what’s possible in marine lighting.
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.
Stars Collide in Pacific Northwest
Posted on October 18th 2015 - Neil Rabinowitz
The Star North American Championships in Seattle brought 33 competitors from the USA and Canada. Six different world champions and several Olympic medalists assembled on Puget Sound ...
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.