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Podcast: Henk De Vries Interview

In this inaugural podcast, Executive Editor Diane M. Byrne gets a world exclusive: details of a new concept yacht being developed by Feadship. Click to listen to her interview with Henk De Vries, director of the Royal De Vries

Moonen 97 Motoryacht

Moonen 97 Motoryacht

Building just three or four yachts each year, Moonen Shipyards exemplifies the best of the Dutch yacht-building ethic. It's one of a diminishing number of builders producing fully custom yachts under 100 feet, and it's worth noting that managing

Horizon 95 Raised Pilothouse M/Y

Horizon 95 Raised Pilothouse M/Y

Don't be misled by the sleek, swept-back lines of her sporty profile; the Horizon 95 delivers interior space on a grand scale wrapped in a lithe, well-proportioned exterior. Foregoing the utility of full walkaround side decks, this yacht's owners opted for a wide-body saloon that extends full beam

Downeast Darling

Sabre 52 Salon Express

About 20 years ago, when Maine-based sailboat builder Sabre sought to expand its line, someone might've glanced at the workboats on nearby Casco Bay for inspiration: In 1989 the company launched the Downeast-inspired, 36-foot Fast Trawler. Today more than half of its models built at its South Casco facility

Slippery When Wet

If you've ever seen anything like this before, you've probably been doing something you shouldn't: either snooping round a couple of select UK shipyards or attracting the attention of British special forces.

But this one isn't secret. It's the first motoryacht built using "very slender vessel" (hence her VSV designation) wave-piercing principles and a patented hull shape drawn by naval

Steel Will

Aleutian 92

Have boat, will travel—to just about anywhere you choose. That is the raison d'tre for the Aleutian 92, built in Tacoma, Washington. And with a sturdy steel hull, a range of superb standards, accommodations for more than a dozen guests, and a reported

Earthrace Tragedy

[Editor's note: A little more than a week after the 78-foot trimaran Earthrace began her quest to break the elapsed record for circumnavigating the globe in a powerboat, the vessel collided with a small fishing boat off the coast of Guatemala. One of the fishermen was presumed killed, another seriously injured. The crew and the biodiesel-fueled vessel were briefly detained in

Cheoy Lee 78 Sport Motoryacht

Cheoy Lee 78 Sport Motoryacht

Sometimes less is more, especially if doing less means doing it better. A case in point is the layout of Cheoy Lee’s 78 Sport Motoryacht. Rather than maximizing the number of guest staterooms, the savvy builder opted for just three. But each one is so generously proportioned that it's like every

Ocean 58 Super Sport

Ocean 58 Super Sport

When introducing the 57 Super Sport five years ago, the big news at Ocean Yachts was her innovative hull configuration. In the pursuit of better efficiency and course tracking and a gentler ride in rough seas, naval architect David Martin configured

Couach 3000 Fly

Couach 3000 Fly

For more than 100 years, Couach Yachts has been building custom luxury yachts, combining traditional European workmanship, state-of-the-art composite technology, and chic French design. The 3000 Fly is a sporty-looking 100-footer that offers express-cruiser speed with motoryacht comfort. Powered by a pair of

Regal 5260 Commodore Express

Regal 5260 Commodore Express

With the introduction of the 52-foot express cruiser, Regal Marine is not just ushering in a new flagship, it’s offering a level of customization that it says is without precedent in a production yacht of this size. The versatile design will give buyers a choice of four interior layouts, two cockpit

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