Check out this incredible footage of the virtually new, $39 million megayacht sinks in 300 fathoms in the Aegean Sea. The crew is airlifted to safety, but questions remain from this 2012 sinking—many of them.
Tycoons around the world are different from the rest of us. They sometimes have to worry about the optics: the way things look. Here’s one story that presents just such a problem. See the even better solution here.
Our Sightlines columnist Michael Peters sure was ready to take down Philippe Starck's designs. Then he saw something in them. See what happened next here.
The lives of superyacht crew have been the stuff of legend, folklore and—most recently—reality TV. The truth is often untold, until now.
Our first look at the Horizon RP120. Smart and stylish, the fine points on the Horizon RP120 go right down into the bilge.
Whether you do your boating on a big-time sportfisherman or a pocket cruiser, boaters typically have two things in common, a love of the water and use for a solid, reliable tender. We scoured the boat shows across the country in search of the best new tenders.
Princess Yachts is now a player in the superyacht world, and the 30M shows off the company’s ability to create something special from the keel up. Onboard comfort is more than just sightlines and soft cushions—it also comes from how the hull handles the seas.
Often copied, never duplicated, the PMY 100 is the list of the 100 largest yachts plying the world’s oceans today. Check out the latest updates to the list and see if you’ve seen some of them around. See the list here.
Our Boat Test of the Cheoy Lee 104. Built by a family, for a family, the Cheoy Lee 104 takes at-sea-comfort to the next level.
Our first look at the Wider 150. Wider is a different kind of boat company: The brainchild of Tilli Antonelli, it started out with a creative solution that allowed large expanses of deck (at anchor) in a sleek performer. Now Wider has turned its imagination to the superyacht set. The result is the groundbreaking Wider 150.
German shipbuilder Lürssen builds some very large boats. How does the builder set them apart from one another? That’s a feast for the eyes. See what we mean here.
Our Boat Test of the MCY 105. If there was ever a company that showed superyacht style in its builds ranging from 65 to 86 feet, it’s Monte Carlo Yachts. Well the next yacht fulfills all superyacht requirements, starting with LOA. See what we found out when European Editor Alan Harper tested her here.
An impromptu walk-through of Derecktor Sipyards’ Ft. Lauderdale location proves that the yard is a boat nut’s field of dreams.