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By Land or Sea

A whirlwind travel schedule reminds editor Dan Harding that the best way to get somewhere is—and always has been—by boat.

Grand Banks boat

A whirlwind travel schedule reminds editor Dan Harding that the best way to get somewhere is—and always has been—by boat.

By Daniel Harding |

Three Ways Sunseeker Sustains Growth

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Phil Popham, CEO of Sunseeker InternationalPhil Popham, CEO of Sunseeker International

Sunseeker reported a profit last year, a reward for the hard work of delivering exciting new models to the tune of seven since the beginning of last year. And there’s more coming. Learn how the company’s plans are paying off.

By Jason Y. Wood |

One for the Road

Bugatti Chiron and Palmer Johnson collaboration

As near-perfect a car as the Bugatti Chiron might be, there are certain things the supercar can’t do—like drive on water. That’s where the Niniette 66 has its road-going cousin beat. 

As near-perfect a car as the Bugatti Chiron might be, there are certain things the supercar can’t do—like drive on water. That’s where the Niniette 66 has its road-going cousin beat.

By Simon Murray |

Move Over, Gilligan!

Illustration by Kent Barton

A dicey, dicey cruise reveals a crew’s true mettle.

I like to look good. If you stop by my North Florida ranchero most any time, I’ll want you to think good thoughts about me, like, “Wow, this guy’s got a helluva spread here. And look at that shop he has out back—all those tools hung up neatly on a giant pegboard. He must really know what he’s doing.”

By Capt. Bill Pike |

What Were They Thinking?

With the back of the electrical panel open, Zaricor encounters a true head-scratcher.With the back of the electrical panel open, Zaricor encounters a true head-scratcher.

What Were They Thinking?

Doing a little work on your boat? It’s possible you’ll see a few things that’ll flat-out astound you. Or worse!

Doing a little work on your boat? It’s possible you’ll see a few things that’ll flat-out astound you. Or worse!

By Capt. Bill Pike |