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Marlow 70E

By Capt. Bill Pike | Posted June 2009

A passagemaker that's efficient and environmentally conscious.The first time I went aboard the Marlow Explorer 70E Mark II, she was tied up next to the Rod and Reel Club on Miami’...

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Top of the Charts

By Capt. Grant Rafter | Posted May 2009

An extravagant interior makes this an exceptional charter yacht.When a yacht is intended to join the crowded South Florida charter circuit, she has to stand out. In order to make...

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Success in Reverse

By Capt. Patrick S... | Posted April 2009

Many of G...

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Boston Whaler 370 Outrage

By Capt. Grant Rafter | Posted April 2009

At just over 37 feet, the 370 Outrage is the largest boat Boston Whaler has built in its more than 50-year history. The patented Unibond construction method has been a feature of...

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Double Down

By Capt. Patrick S... | Posted April 2009

A megayacht fisherman with a reported high-40-knot speed.Would you like a tower station that’s accessed from a retractable internal ladder? Maybe radar arrays and antennas...

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Rebirth of a Classic

By Jeffrey O'Neil | Posted February 2009

Photography by BertramSome say don’t mess with a classic, but the folks at Bertram beg to differ. The Miami-based builder of the new 540 convertible has reinvented the classic 54...

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Seaside Retreat

By Diane M. Byrne | Posted January 2009

Photo Courtesy of SanlorenzoFiftieth anniversaries are among the most highly celebrated occasions, and no wonder. In marriage, spending 50 years with one person says a lot about...

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Ease of Use

By | Posted December 2008

Megayachts Carver 44The first thing you'll notice when you examine the photo of the new 44 Sojourn is that she's tall: 16'7'' feet from the waterline to the top of her aluminum...

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Cut Loose

By Capt. Grant Rafter | Posted October 2008

Nordhavn 86If you’re considering a ‘round-the-world cruise, Nordhavn’s new 87'1/4-foot trawler might be just the ticket. The builder says that she should have a 4,000-NM range at...

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White House on the Water

By Catherine Pearson | Posted October 2008

Sequoia was made the official presidential yacht in the 1930’s by President HooverOn November 4, we head to the polls with a most important aim: to elect the 44th President of the...

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Creature-Catching Comforts

By Capt. Grant Rafter | Posted August 2008

Viking YachtsViking 50 ConvertibleThere are few things that say comfort like a Sunbrella-covered cockpit mezzanine. But that's far from the only fine amenity aboard Viking's new...

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The Return of the Motorsailer?

By Capt. Grant Rafter | Posted June 2008

For a long time there has been a stigma attached to motorsailers: They're neither good motoryachts nor good sailboats. But in a world where "going green" has become a chief...

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Fast Food

By George L. Petrie | Posted April 2008

Mystic SL 700It was an unlikely scene. The owner and his wife, both in their 70s, sat hunkered down in the U-shape settee forward of the centerline helm station in their custom-...

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