Yachtworld Experience

Moonraker is a 165-foot Mangusta Evolution that was launched this year in February by Italian builder Overmarine. She is capable of a top speed of 40 knots. Moonraker: Fastest Mangusta 165 Yet December 23rd 2014. Many boats can reach speeds of 40 knots these days, but when the boat is 165 feet in length, that speed is quite a feat.
As Ocean Alexander has done previously, the 100 Motoryacht is available as an open-bridge configuration as shown or with an enclosed bridge. A particularly nice feature with the open bridge is the sliding hardtop, positioned over the dining area and bar. Ocean Alexander 100 Motoryacht: Just the Right Size December 18th 2014. The Ocean Alexander 100 Motoryacht solves two interesting space problems: she’s small enough for some buyers while being large enough for others.
Cal 40 surfing down a wave Cal 40: A Speedy Bit of History December 14th 2014. Old doesn't mean slow. Not by a long shot.
This 163-foot Christensen, named Casino Royale after the James Bond film, is but one of several megayachts John and Jeanette Staluppi have owned. 2 James Bond Yachts are Enough, Superyacht Owners Decide December 11th 2014. John and Jeanette Staluppi were about to add a third megayacht named after a James Bond film to their fleet... until a better offer came around.
155 yacht Sunseeker Blush: Eddie Jordan’s 155 Feet of Megayacht Magic December 6th 2014. One of Sunseeker’s best customers personalizes his 155 Yacht in ways you’d never expect of a production build.
Rainbow leads 10 Incredible Sailing Photos from 2014 December 3rd 2014. Tom Gruitt shares his top 10 choices of sailing images from 2014.
The Hanse 371 slips through the water on a reach. The boat is known for not only its speed, but also its ability to be easily single-handed. Hanse 371: Easy Sailing November 29th 2014. This German boat is fast, slippery, and ready to be single-handed.
The standard superyacht photo is of the side of the boat, but I love this shot from beneath the bow of the 175-foot Feadship Hurricane Run. The smile on the charter guest’s face is priceless as she enjoys her version of Leonardo DiCaprio’s “king of the world” moment in Titanic. Her expression is the luxury cruising version of that, perhaps because it’s better to be the queen. Views From Luxury Charter Yachts: Part Two November 25th 2014. Cruising vacations are priceless. Join Kim Kavin as she tours the world in the second part of this photo essay.
Curacao is one of the ABC Islands, along with Aruba and Bonaire, at the very bottom of the Caribbean Sea. Few charter yachts go there, and this one, Domicil, was trying to be the first to lure luxury guests on a year-round basis. This photo was shot off Klein Curacao, a tiny, uninhabited island between Bonaire and Curacao proper. The color of the water is as mesmerizing as the young woman’s smile. Views From Luxury Yachts: Part One November 19th 2014. If you add the weekly base rates together, Kim Kavin's enjoyed well north of $1 million worth of cruising vacations. Come see what she's seen.
catamaran cruise ship Five Ultimate Party Yachts November 13th 2014. Whatever your fantasy boat may be, you’ll find it here.