I mark my time as editor of PMY with a number of technological milestones. One was when we got our first fax machine. (Until then we relied on the U.S. Mail and something called a telex, whose mysteries I could never fathom.)
When the bell on our machine sounded, the staff would all gather ‘round to watch a fuzzy, streaky document spool out. We were as enraptured as relatives of the deceased at a séance. Actually reading the thing was another matter.
A dramatic reenactment.*
The Venice art biennale is in full swing right now. Since 1895, the festival has brought together artists of every discipline ...as well as those who can afford to purchase their art.
Since leaving home for college, visiting the local aquarium in Clearwater, Florida hadn’t made my priority list. That is, however, until someone told me about a resident Atlantic bottlenose dolphin at the aquarium who would be the star of an upcoming motion picture.
The Top 100 list is not a static beast. It is like a sort of mythical shape shifter. How do you use the August issue?
Anyways, I'm elbow-deep in Top 100 and here's a bit of a taste of what's to come:
Nobiskrug's 74-meter (242-foot) Sapphire was just delivered to her owners. Any guesses as to what number she'll be on this year's list?
By Jason Y. Wood
The market for buying and selling boats is still there. It hasn’t gone away, it’s just been going through some changes. There are deals to be had, if you know where to look. The good news is that brokers have stayed in the game, watching the fluky market. The right broker can help you find what you need. It may be time to get off the bench.