Sportfishing Boats

The Big Red One

By Jeffrey Moser | Posted August 2007 | Add a Comment

Azimut 103SWith each subsequent model in Azimut's sexy, sleek S range, the talented design team of Carlo Galeazzi and Stefano Righini raises the bar. From the bambina, the 43S, to the

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R-E-S-P-E-C-T

By Ben Ellison | Posted August 2007 | Add a Comment

I can so easily gush about the cabinetry and carpentry coming out of Lyman-Morse Boatbuilding, but truthfully no amount of gush suffices. While some of the photographs here reveal the razor-tight...

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Podcast: Clint Moore Interview

By | Posted August 2007 | Add a Comment

Volvo Penta is a name that's always in the news, and in this exclusive interview, PMY's Capt. Bill Pike gets the inside scoop on an impressive undertaking. Listen to what Clint Moore, president and...

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Megayacht Builder Directory 2007

By Diane M. Byrne | Posted July 2007 | Add a Comment

Feadship's Utopia sits aglow during her refit at the yard's Makkum facility in Holland.It's among the most commonly asked questions when it comes to megayachts: "Where was she built?" Whether you're...

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Podcast: Henk De Vries Interview

By Diane M. Byrne | Posted July 2007 | Add a Comment

In this inaugural podcast, Executive Editor Diane M. Byrne gets a world exclusive: details of a new concept yacht being developed by Feadship. Click to listen to her interview with Henk De Vries,...

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Moonen 97 Motoryacht

By George L. Petrie | Posted July 2007 | Add a Comment

Illustration: Bruce AldersonMoonen 97 MotoryachtBuilding just three or four yachts each year, Moonen Shipyards exemplifies the best of the Dutch yacht-building ethic. It's one of a diminishing number...

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Horizon 95 Raised Pilothouse M/Y

By George L. Petrie | Posted July 2007 | Add a Comment

Horizon 95 Raised Pilothouse M/YDon't be misled by the sleek, swept-back lines of her sporty profile; the Horizon 95 delivers interior space on a grand scale wrapped in a lithe, well-proportioned...

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Downeast Darling

By Jeffrey Moser | Posted July 2007 | Add a Comment

Sabre 52 Salon ExpressAbout 20 years ago, when Maine-based sailboat builder Sabre sought to expand its line, someone might've glanced at the workboats on nearby Casco Bay for inspiration: In 1989 the...

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Slippery When Wet

By Alan Harper | Posted July 2007 | Add a Comment

If you've ever seen anything like this before, you've probably been doing something you shouldn't: either snooping round a couple of select UK shipyards or attracting the attention of British special...

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Utopia Video

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Steel Will

By Jeffrey Moser | Posted June 2007 | Add a Comment

Neil RabinowitzAleutian 92Have boat, will travel—to just about anywhere you choose. That is the raison d'tre for the Aleutian 92, built in Tacoma, Washington. And with a sturdy steel hull, a...

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Earthrace Tragedy

By | Posted June 2007 | Add a Comment

[Editor's note: A little more than a week after the 78-foot trimaran Earthrace began her quest to break the elapsed record for circumnavigating the globe in a powerboat, the vessel collided with a...

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Cheoy Lee 78 Sport Motoryacht

By George L. Petrie | Posted May 2007 | Add a Comment

Cheoy Lee 78 Sport MotoryachtSometimes less is more, especially if doing less means doing it better. A case in point is the layout of Cheoy Lee’s 78 Sport Motoryacht. Rather than maximizing the...

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