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Sounds of the Season

Here are some songs to listen to while enjoying our June issue, or enjoying an afternoon on the water.

Sanlorenzo of the Americas Celebrates in New York

Sanlorenzo of the Americas, in conjunction with Cape Yachts, invited friends to the Bulgari flagship store on Fifth Avenue in New York City to celebrate its new sales office in Port Washington, New York, on Long Island.

One Month Until The Brett T. Bailey Mako Rodeo

Mako sharkWe’re just one month away from one of my favorite days of the year, The Brett T. Bailey Mako Rodeo out of Hoffman’s Marina in Brielle, New Jersey. The event, which is held in memory of Brett Bailey, who was 28 when he died at the World Trade Center on 9/11, raises money for the families of New Jersey National Guard members, among other charities.

What's the Brokerage Market for a Riviera 48 Convertible?

We spoke to three brokers each of whom had a Riviera 48 Convertible listed for sale. Here’s what they had to say about fishing, and not fishing, and what it means on this boat.

Riviera 48 Convertible

Steaming Past a Milestone with Sabre Yachts

A few years ago, Capt. Bill Pike and I joined Bentley Collins, vice president of marketing and sales for Sabre Yachts and Back Cove Yachts, on a delivery run with a Sabre 48 Salon Express from Portland, Maine, to the Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors show in Rockland. I’ve since told everyone who’ll listen how I never feared the boat couldn’t handle the unseasonably raw conditions we saw on that brisk August day (big, gray swells topped with a bit of confused chop), but rather I was more concerned with how I would hold up.

Goodbye Split Controls...And Good Riddance

Boat HelmSo let’s go totally retro for a sec. Let’s say it’s 1988 and I’m just making what I remember as a fairly ragged transition from commercial seafaring to the recreational realm, or to be more technically accurate, to the realm of marine magazines.