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Master Pieces

Working at J Craft on the Swedish island of Gotland Is not just about building beautiful boats. It’s about being part of history.


Guided by the Golden Rule

Cor D. Rover is everyman’s designer.


View to the Horizon

Cloud 9, the first Sanlorenzo 62Steel, was conceived for extended family cruising in comfort.



The Newly Conceived Ferretti Yachts 780 Offers More than Before

The 2021 version of the Ferretti Yachts 780 with new styling and enhanced design features that are in alignment with the family feeling of Ferretti’s new fleet, is virtually a new yacht— not only aesthetically but also functionally.


Nauta's groundbreaking design for Southern Wind 105GT Taniwha

The new Southern Wind 105GT, Taniwha, which debuted at the recent Monaco Yacht Show, was a particularly challenging project because it meant interpreting the owners brief by adding customizations to the versatile SW105 platform.


Kenshō, the new 246-foot (75-meter) Admiral superyacht was recently launched

Kenshō is a project, driven by an experienced owner, that redefines the spatial constraints, distribution and luxury on a superyacht.


The 377-foot/ 115-meter Lürssen Project Enzo, designed by Nuvolari Lenard has been christened Ahpo

The 377-foot/ 115-meter Lürssen Project Enzo, now officially name Ahpo was sold by Moran Yacht & Ship.


Damen Yachting will carry out a refit on the 223-foot/68-meter Nobiskrug-built Triple Seven

The 223-foot/ 68-meter Triple Seven, built by Nobiskrug, will undergo a 6-month Amels refit at their main yard in Vlissingen. In addition to a full respray, the 15-year survey will be carried out alongside a number of technical and interior works.


Columbus Yachts sold the first unit of its 154ft/ 47m Atlantique series designed by Hot Lab

Italy-based Columbus Yachts sold the first unit of its new 154-foot/ 47-meter Atlantique, which follows the sale of the two Atlantique 141-footers/ 43-meter yachts currently under construction at the Ancona shipyard.


The Classic Camper & Nicholson motoryacht Marala, undergoing a major restoration at Pendennis, was successfully re-floated

Pendennis Shipyard, based in Falmouth in the UK, shared images of the 194-foot/ 59-meter classic Camper & Nicholson motoryacht Marala, was successfully re-floated in the 246-foot/ 75-meter dry dock that has been her home for the past two years.



One Step Beyond

Fresh and not a little ferocious, the Custom Line 106 is an exercise in elevation.


License to Thrill

Pershing’s largest yacht to date combines power and performance with comfort and efficiency.


Generations Together

The first iteration of Mangusta’s GranSport 33 is tailored for an owner and his extended family


Peak Performance

The Columbus Sport 50, designed by Luca Dini, picks up where the original version left off.


King of the Beasts

Mangusta moves into fast displacement territory with El Leon, the first in its Gransport 54 series.


The Art of Elandess

Abeking & Rasmussen’s 244-foot (74.5-meter) new launch: the creation and installation of a masterpiece



Men of Mettle

Of all the skills required to build a superyacht in steel and aluminum, welding is one of the most complex and lease appreciated.


A Feast for the Senses

Thailand is not the easiest charter destination to get to, but its many pleasures make it well worth the effort


The World was his Oyster

Newspaper publisher Joseph Pulitzer’s last years were marked by infirmity. He sought refuge on his yacht.


Picture Perfect

Amos Nachoum is on a quest for the greatest wildlife and undersea photos.



Over & Under Oz

Australia's Whitsunday Islands offer year-round snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing and hiking.


St. Vincent and The Grenadines

The southern caribbean is a sea of opportunity along the path less cruised.


Gem of the South Pacific

The Gambier archipelago, in a remote corner of French Polynesia, is home to some of the world’s finest black pearls.



How to Win the Day

The pleasures of classic-yacht regatta charter


This Summer's Charter Hot Spot: The Amalfi Coast

Italy's Amalfi Coast: This Summer's Med Hot Spot


Picture Perfect

The owner of the charter yacht Dream enjoys the boat with his family and indulges his passion for photography.

Aside from the tattered cargo ship washed ashore at Anguilla’s Road Bay, from this view, you would never know that a Category 5 hurricane ravaged the island only a few months ago. Charter yacht Dream is at anchor in the background at far left.

Keep Calm and Stay Warm: 7 Tropical Charter Gems

Veteran captains offer up their favorite itineraries in the Western Hemisphere's top tropical charter destinations.


The Hot List: What's New, What's Trending In Winter Charter

Our picks for the best new yachts, toys and amenities to be on the lookout for this winter charter season.


'The Best Time I Ever Had On A Winter Charter'

Three leading charter brokers discuss their all-time favorite experiences.



Master Pieces

Working at J Craft on the Swedish island of Gotland Is not just about building beautiful boats. It’s about being part of history.


In the bubbles

Sparkling wines have always been the stuff of celebration. Which ones should you stock to enhance your special moments?


Hammer + Chisel

A family-run studio in Tuscany carves artisanal seashells from solid marble.


World of sumptuous delights

An award-winning charter yacht chef shares years’ worth of recipes, techniques and stories in her cookbook made with love.


Think Pink

Five great rosés to have on board, always.


Stream Liners

The America’s Cup moves from catamarans to exotic foiling monohulls.


Divine Palates

Micail Swindells and Dom Horsey form a dynamic culinary duo on board Go.


Art of the Sphere

The craft of globe-making, as practiced at Peter Bellerby's company, is enjoying a comeback.