Resting at Philadelphia’s pier 82, the S.S. United States—launched in 1952—is showing her age. Rust has enveloped her once-proud exterior; the artwork and furniture from her cruise-liner days have been sold off, and today the boat teeters on the precipice of the scrapyard.
Our sister publication, Anglers Journal has earned widespread acclaim for the way it addresses the question, “Why do we fish?” From the dimly lit living rooms of past angling legends to the hole-in-the-wall bars with characters like Jim Harrison, Anglers Journal chases one-of-a-kind profiles and destination pieces.
Meeting the needs of boaters in the U.S. has some builders around the world scratching their heads, but not Rio Yachts. This Italian builder knows what works and what doesn’t, and adds a creative touch and fine finish to differentiate its product from lots of other boats out there.
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