Some superyachts can feel like small cruise ships, with all the amenities found on land and palatial living spaces, you could forget that you’re even on the water. That won’t be the case with the newest design from Pride Megayachts, a futuristic 357-foot aluminum-hulled yacht called Tomorrow.
You may have some preconceptions that turn you away from catamarans. But with voluminous interior space and serious seakeeping ability, the PC52 from Horizon may help to change your mind. Read the full test here.
When brothers Bill and Bob Healey started Viking Yachts, they had no idea they’d end up becoming one of the most successful boatbuilders in the world. But it turns out it’s the other successes in their lives that have defined them. Read why the pair recently won AIM’s Lifetime Achievement Award, here.
When the legendary John Rybovich put together the first International Masters Angling Tournament in 1963 (AKA The Masters) the fishing world had no idea what it was in for. These days though, the tournament is known as perhaps the preeminent fishing competition in the world, for good reason. Read more about it here.
Power is generated by pedaling, transferred via Gates Carbon Drive belts—designed to withstand corrosive environments—to twin oscillating props. Steering of the props is done via a rotating handlebar. Depending on the user’s fitness level, the Founder’s Edition can do up to 8 knots.
Gone are the days where waterskis and tubes were the most sought-after water toys. They’ve been replaced instead by jet-powered watercraft that send users soaring through the air at considerable altitudes.
Solar power has been around for a long time, but in recent years advancements have been made that make it more practical and efficient for use on your boat. Still skeptical? You shouldn’t be. Read more here.
Maybe you didn't realize it, but Power & Motoryacht just turned 30 years old. Time flies when you're having fun, we guess. Click here to see a timeline of some of our highlights, not to mention a few other things that will jog a memory or two.
The styling of Lagoon’s 630 Motor Yacht suggests seakeeping ability and long range. This is good, but even better, she doesn’t need stabilizers, and has more interior volume than a monohull of the same length.