A Carolina sportfishing legend, Omie Tillet leaves a legacy of craftsmanship and camaraderie in his wake.
A year of R&D, 3.5 years of build time and a $20 million price tag to match all adds up to what might be the most technologically advanced sportfisherman ever built. Meet the mighty Jaruco here.
Having enough stowage space while maintaining a luxurious aesthetic was a major concern for everyone involved in the build of Jarrett Bay’s latest beauty Waste Knot. “The owners didn’t want to restock for months at a time, so we accommodated that,” explained project manager Gary Davis as we worked our way through the boat at her home port near Beaufort, North Carolina, opening every scuttle and
She first appeared as a dot on the radar. But in an instant, 63 feet of sparkling, metallic orange streaked up behind my tournament team's boat like a rapidly rising sun. This sun was hot, too, with more than 3,650 hp at her core. And just as quickly as she had risen from the horizon behind me, the blazingly fast battlewagon blew by me and disappeared into the horizon. I knew I had to get this
A shift has taken place. Perhaps it's due to saturation of the big-convertible market, or maybe there's a growing need for midsize sportfishermen, but a lot of builders have taken to constructing mid-30-footers aimed at getting you to blue water and big fish. Take the Cabo 32, Albermarle 36, and Bertram 36, all production boats. Now a custom builder has entered this market with a semicustom
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 their best, and find themselves among teammates who complement their talents. The Jarrett Bay 68 Adaro is a great boat that is the result of synergy and serendipity. The serendipity happened