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Talk of the Show
With playboy looks and impressive engineering, it’s no wonder Cantieri
di Pisa’s Kaitos 76 has everyone talking. By
What a Re-Reef,
A Word With... Capt. Gloria Borrego, and more
Submersibles’ Deep Flight Aviator, Inca Corporation’s TV lifts
and swivels, and Data Respons’ STable pool table
from battery terminals, maintaining an air compressor, and more
a boost from a rocket scientist (for real!), plus Q&A, Furuno NavPilot
500 Series autopilot, Simrad AP25 Series autopilot, Marelux yacht controller,
and Wesmar thruster controller
SPECIAL MEGAYACHT SECTION
thing to have high-tech nav gear. It’s another to turn it on.
Wild By Alan Harper
If you think
the Wallypower 118 looks wild, wait ‘til you get a load of her top
Yacht By Richard Thiel
Exclusive: Benetti introduces a third series of semicustom
composite motoryachts, and guess who owns the first one?
of Mind By Kim Kavin
A charter aboard Oh Que Luna has our charter editor luxuriating
in the leisurely pace of life among Greece’s Saronic Islands.
Solver By Capt. Ken Kreisler
Whether you’re stepping up in size or scaling down, the Hatteras
80 could be your next boat.
Doll By Diane M. Byrne
The owner of one of the most successful charter yachts around returns
to Trinity Yachts to build a 142-footer.
of the Adriatic By Alan Harper
Exclusive: The Custom Line 112 has the range to go places and
the speed to get there fast.
Next Big Thing By George L. Petrie
This mega-project, brainchild of a renowned nonmarine designer, may
become the world’s largest yacht.
and True By Capt. Bill Pike
The first Uniesse 66 Motoryacht to hit U.S. shores is a veteran bluewater
and Flashy By Richard Thiel
Want to stand out in a crowd? Then Pershing’s 76-foot silver
bullet is for you.
Manners By Capt. Bill Pike
Exclusive: Even challenging six-footers, Cheoy Lee’s 68
Sport Motoryacht handles herself with aplomb.
Capt. Ken Kreisler
Predator 68 looks chic and puts on quite a performance, even in sloppy
Good, the Bad, and the Not Too Smart By
Elizabeth Ginns Britten
of maritime mayhem that’ll make you think twice about leaving dry
of the Deal By
How one savvy
boater figured out that inviting clients aboard could lead to bigger deals—and