2002 issue • Click here for August 2002
Millennium introduces a fast 80-footer—find out what else makes
this vessel deserving of the name Superyacht.
By Capt. Ken Kreisler • Photography by Michael Berman
Paying the Price
for Murder, Remaking a Mint, and more
with the devil
Spectra watermaker, Magellan GPS, Icom digital SSB, Speedblade scraper
Servicing an oil
cooler, getting rid of bugs in diesel fuel, voltage-drop tests
Point Judith Pond, Rhode Island
It may not be
a bird or a plane, but the Hunt 36 Harrier did feel like a speeding bullet
while our editor was sea trialing her.
Core, and More By George Petrie
upon its tradition of building serious fishing machines by adding some
creature comforts to the new 35 Flybridge.
Case By Richard Thiel
PMY Exclusive: The Carver 360 Sport Sedan may very
well be the tallest one in her class and has more living space than you
Seeing Is Believing By
Diane M. Byrne
Benetti named its new line of semicustom fiberglass yachts the Vision
series, and Patricia fits that description on many levels.
and Quiet By Capt. Bill Pike
Find out how Pacific
Mariner builds boats that are quiet and virtually vibration-free.
You Feel Something? By Capt. Patrick Sciacca
A collision with
a barge last summer taught us a lot about the strength of
our company boat’s hull and how Riviera, her builder, makes boats.
Again By Capt. Bill Pike
A famed trawler
yacht’s road to recovery after a disastrous accident becomes an
obsession to some and an inspiration to many.
Onboard By Diane M. Byrne
If toddlers are
a handful on land, imagine them on a boat—but one couple learns
how to mix cruising and the Terrible Twos.