In typically British understated fashion, Tarquin Boat Company offers its largest model yet: a 70-foot, twin-deck motoryacht that delivers first-rate engineering and systems, voluminous interior spaces, and top-shelf components. Her design places a premium on comfort while offering safety, efficiency,
In network television shows, a spin-off seldom measures up to the original. Not true in yacht design, though, at least in the case of True North. Introduced by Pearson Composites in 2001, its distinctive-looking 38 became an instant hit that was encored two years later by an equally well-received
While yacht-watchers worldwide—including us—expected this yacht to be completed by now, apparently final touches are still being applied to her interior. But when you’re the ruler of Dubai and have a yacht that’s nearly the length of two football fields and 71 feet wide, it takes a lot to fill
#2: PRINCE ABDUL AZIZ—482'3"
It’s astounding to realize this behemoth is capable of a 22-knot cruise speed. She was launched as just Abdul Aziz but renamed years later, as reflected here, by the late King Fahd of Saudi Arabia for his son. The yacht is presently owned by King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia. You might see
#3: ISHAM AL BAHER—379'0"
This yacht was used by the late King Fahd from the 1970’s through the early part of this decade; since she’s usually in Greece away from the public, it’s long been difficult to obtain information on her. Since we haven’t read or heard of the current Saudi king either donating her to another family
Whether you spy a handful of the world’s largest yachts in your cruising travels or “just” a bunch of 100-odd-footers, chances are they were built by one of the yards listed here. From Maine to Monaco and even China to New Zealand, there’s a yard skilled at building these magnificent machines. We’ve compiled their contact information along with details about current and future projects 80 feet or
The Power & Motoryacht editors return from The Great Geat test. Relive some of the most memorable moments Watch the video here. ▶
Check out this incredible footage of the virtually new, $39 million megayacht sinks in 300 fathoms in the Aegean Sea. Questions remain from this 2012 sinking—many of them. Watch the video here. ▶
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