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Keys to the Kingdom

MaxSea software got access to NavNet hardware.

At the 2001 Miami International Boat Show, Furuno USA product development manager Eric Kunz and marketing manager Dean Kurutz delivered an impressive double-team presentation on their new NavNet electronics series to an overflow

Bubble Trouble

Technophobia

If there’s one thing I am not, it’s a technophile. Truth is, I suffer from technophobia. But like my fellow boaters who suffer from cymophobia (fear of waves), hominophobia (fear of fog), and

In the Field: PMY Heads to China

Powered by twin 350-hp Volvo Penta stern drives, the fast trawler topped out at 33 knots with full tanks and 11 people aboard. Her best cruise was at 3200 rpm, making 28 knots at better than 1 NMPG. She ran efficiently over a wide range of speeds, she achieving nearly 1

Keepin’ Cool

The Allure of Custom

Although PMY devotes significant coverage to custom boats, including a large portion of each May issue, I’ve always been mystified by the process. I’ve admired many a custom boat and driven

In the Field: Cushy Cruising

Among the 70 Motoryacht’s more noteworthy features are a smooth, dry ride; innovative and copious amounts of stowage; and impressively low sound levels at

In the Field: Privileged Guests

There were more than 700 invited guests at the third-annual Ferretti Privilege Days event. There, Ferretti Yachts owners, prospective customers, and members of the media had the chance to board a handful of Ferretti yachts, ranging up to 88 feet LOA. Byrne and O'Neill toured the 550, 761, and 830.

Leave a Legacy

The Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C., which gets millions of visitors annually, will be

A Change in Element

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