Yachtworld Experience


North Pacific 45: A Truly Sensible Trawler North Pacific 45: A Truly Sensible Trawler December 8th 2016. Nothing fancy here, but every detail of this new cruising vessel lines up nicely.
Wheeler Coast Guard Cutter: Calling All History Buffs Wheeler Coast Guard Cutter: Calling All History Buffs December 5th 2016. If you’re looking for a historic yacht with a rich history, this Wheeler cutter may be of interest.
Superyachts of the Future Superyachts of the Future December 1st 2016. These stunning superyachts are now in build, and are scheduled to launch in the next few years.
Sabre 48 Salon Express: Sabre’s Best Model Ever? Sabre 48 Salon Express: Sabre’s Best Model Ever? November 28th 2016. The Sabre 48 Salon Express is one of this builder’s most popular models, and they’re available all across the US on the brokerage market, today.
5 Outrageous Expedition Yachts for Under a Million 5 Outrageous Expedition Yachts for Under a Million November 24th 2016. Any one of these jaw-dropping yet surprisingly affordable expedition yachts would allow you to explore the world.
Triton: A Submarine Built for Superyachts Triton: A Submarine Built for Superyachts November 21st 2016. Triton subs are designed and built specifically as “toys” for superyachts.
Buying a Boat in Europe? Key Changes U.S. Service May Require Buying a Boat in Europe? Key Changes U.S. Service May Require November 18th 2016. Consider these factors before buying a yacht in Europe or elsewhere for use in the United States.
Whitby 42: Classic Cruiser and a Good Used Boat Buy Whitby 42: Classic Cruiser and a Good Used Boat Buy November 14th 2016. The budget-minded sailor will want to look for this classic cruiser.
Nancy Lloyd: A Restored Classic Nancy Lloyd: A Restored Classic November 10th 2016. This historic sailboat, built in 1938, has a new lease on life.
Wider Yachts Genesi: 156 Feet of Magnificent Mega Yacht Wider Yachts Genesi: 156 Feet of Magnificent Mega Yacht November 7th 2016. The first megayacht from Wider Yachts leaves no doubt as to how “Wider” translates to more room for more enjoyment on the water.