Vintage is the New Vogue: The pleasures of chartering a classic yacht
Classic yachts with substantial refits and modern features are seeing charter demand worldwide.
A Conversation with Ed Bosarge, owner of 180-foot Vitters S/Y MARIE
Editor-at-Large Jill Bobrow sits down with 180-foot Vitters MARIE owner Dr. Ed Bosarge at the Fort Lauderdale boat show.
SuperSail: Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing
Designers and builders of sailing yachts greater than 100 feet (30.4 meters) are being tasked with creating vessels that not only are beautiful, comfortable and safe, but also achieve a high level of sailing performance. The proliferation of international superyacht regattas has upped the ante for owners who not only like their yachts luxurious, but also like to best their competition on the race course.
Holland Update: Were Do We Go From Here?
We came back from a tour of the Dutch shipyards, organized by the Dutch yachting association (part of a larger association promoting the Dutch marine industry, known as HISWA), with some positive news. Most (if not all) the Dutch shipyards have a number of big yachts currently under construction and the future looks bright.