The Maestro 82 is maneuverable, Americanized, and as comfortable as a five-star hotel.
We’re gonna try to park this vessel alongside that?!” I asked, pointing at a wobbly little dock a hundred yards astern resting on floats and surrounded by much smaller vessels. Maestro Yachts’ company captain Antonino Pollio grinned lopsidedly at me, apparently
Ticket to Paradise
This Italian-made yacht is built for fun in the sun, and she plays the part well.
I distinctly remember going to the zoo when I was a kid and seeing a cheetah in its cage. It had plenty of room, lots of red meat, and a nice warm rock to lounge on. The big cat seemed happy enough. But I wasn’t. It all seemed a little too controlled, a little bit
Architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe defined the minimalist art movement of the mid-1900's with the oft-quoted statement "Less is more." Both the quote and the movement have been reworked in numerous ways since then, but the key aesthetic remains unchanged: reduce a design to its basic elements. The result is a creation that is inherently simpler, and it's been my experience that this simplicity is
At the 2002 Genoa Boat Show, I walked up to the foredeck of the first of the new Apreamare 16ms and found a sofa. So I sat down. I imagined a pretty girl lying on one of the sunpads there, pictured something long and cool to drink, and marveled at the inspired idea of providing a bimini top to keep the sun off. A bimini on the foredeck—sheer genius.
Even though the boat was inside a