2004 issue • Click
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latest launch embodies architectural details that let all aboard appreciate
their natural surroundings.
By Diane M.
Byrne • Photography courtesy of CRN
Supply and Demand
Pain in the Tax,
Cruising to the Afterlife, and more
REBAG kit, Carol Parrott International nautical window boxes, and Dutton’s
keel coolers, removing varnish from fiberglass, and more
big vendors, and seat-of-the-pants hydrographers, we’re living in
chart-happy times; plus Q&A, KVH SSAS eTrac, Sea Tel ‘04 Series
TV system, and King-Dome stabilized TV
plus Down the Ways
The crew of Go
Fisch do more than go fish—they attract a nationwide television
The Giant Experience By
Despite her 247-foot length, Giant feels more like a cozy cruiser
than a mammoth megayacht.
Indulgences By Elizabeth Ginns Britten
With decors ranging from sophisticated to psychedelic, these four
yachts showcase the range of styles that today’s owners are asking
and Splendor By
Diane M. Byrne
192-foot Capri emphasizes safety and eco-friendliness, but the
master bathtub will grab your attention.
Fabrications By Capt. Ken Kreisler
When custom yards need help managing the myriad details of creating stunning
yacht interiors, they call on J.S. Westhoff & Co.
of the Times By Capt. Bill Pike
How one company can teach you to protect yourself and your boat from unwanted
guests and yes, even terrorists.
By Capt. Patrick Sciacca
Exclusive: An owner-builder relationship that spans generations
leads to the creation of the custom 65-foot Ryco Castabar.
Johnstone’s Motorboat By
The couple behind
the “J” in J Boats aims for another megahit with the Down-East-style
Light By Alan Harper
Exclusive: Known for building some of the best-handling sportboats
in Europe, Windy brings its 58 Zephyros to the States.
The newest Marquis
proves that Carver is a world-class yacht builder.