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Pershing 56

By Jeffrey Moser | Posted June 2006

On Saturday afternoon at last February's Miami International Boat Show, amid the dozens of launches and parties I was obligated to attend, I was having lunch at an oceanside bistro when a commotion...

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Sea Ray 36 Sedan Bridge

By Capt. Richard Thiel | Posted June 2006

It had been just about a year since I'd tested my last gasoline-powered boat when I stepped aboard the Sea Ray 36 Sedan Bridge, and boy, had things changed. Not so much with boats, but rather with...

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Azimut 62S

By Alan Harper | Posted May 2006

Azimut has been working hard filling the gaps in its red range. The famous Azimut 68S, which seemed such a radical departure for a builder of safe, sensible, white flying-bridge cruisers and...

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Cruisers 447 Sport Sedan

By Capt. Patrick S... | Posted May 2006

This summer is going to rock for the PMY staff. Why? Because this year's company boat is the Cruisers 447 Sport Sedan. After spending a full day onboard the latest Office Ours, I can say with...

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Marlow Prowler Open 375

By Jeffrey MoserPhotos by Jim R... | Posted May 2006

David Marlow followed a regimented path to success during a multidecade career as a boat designer, eventually retiring to his native Florida hard by Terra Ceia Bay in a restored, cracker-style home....

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Mochi Craft 51 Dolphin

By Capt. Bill Pike | Posted June 2004

While driving from Florence to the Adriatic port of Cesenatico, Italy, some weeks ago, I spent a fair amount of time thinking about and anticipating my upcoming sea trial of the Mochi Craft 51...

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Nordic Tugs 52

By Capt. Bill Pike | Posted September 2003

I remember the first big, commercial tug I ever saw. Recently transplanted from the farmlands of Northern New York State to the docks of New Orleans, I was flat-out stunned by the arrival of the...

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Viking 56 Convertible

By Capt. Bill Pike | Posted May 2003

When Viking Yachts intro'd the popular 55 Convertible about a half-dozen years ago, I was way more intrigued than I usually am when a manufacturer splashes a new vessel. The size was right, for sure...

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Jarrett Bay 68

By Capt. Richard Thiel | Posted February 2003

Greatness often occurs at the intersection of synergy and serendipity. Athletes, for example, may achieve greatness only if they are born in the right era, encounter coaches who know how to bring out...

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Sea Ray 500 Sundancer

By Capt. Bill Pike | Posted January 2003

I pinwheeled the Sea Ray 500 Sundancer in a sunny little lagoon, preparing to back the big express cruiser into a concrete-sided slip overhung with a giant, blue TraveLift. A breeze blew straight off...

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