Quantum Marine Stabilizers has finalized the contract on a new XT™ stabilizer system for the largest recreational motoryacht ever built in Canada, the 164-foot (50m)– Danzante Bay at Crescent Custom Yachts.
The Mangusta GranSport 45 lives up to her larger sibling’s high standards.
The Sirena 88 aspires to deliver large-yacht
finish and features in a compact package.
The Gulfstream Yachts 52 is a center console
workhorse IN FASHIONABLE DRESS.
The Cantiere delle Marche Audace is an unconventional explorer yacht for an unconventional owner.
Lürssen’s TIS is a nod to the Edwardian Era and the Gilded Age in England and America.
The Horizon FD77 advances the cause
of packing more boat into less space.
Palumbo’s 262-foot Dragon shows what the Italian builder is capable
of just eight years after delivering its first-ever superyacht.
Pershing’s 8X lives up to the Italian brand’s reputation for blending
performance and luxury, along with some appealing enhancements.
The 276-foot trimaran White Rabbit G aspires to provide comfort and stability at anchor and underway.
Cascading geometric shapes and palatial interior design details define Lürssen’s 348-foot Amadea.
Abeking & Rasmussen’s 244-foot (74.5-meter) new launch: the creation and installation of a masterpiece
The Ocean Alexander 90r, with design by Evan K. Marshall, takes the builder in a bold, new direction.
The Ferretti Group’s Custom Line 120 adds volume without horsepower, and with great views.
Sanlorenzo's SL 102 bucks design tradition, showing asymmetry can mean harmony.
The Pacific Northwest’s Inside Passage is a gem for adventure-seeking cruisers and charterers.
Riva's fiberglass flagship, the 110 Dolcevita, brings both in spades.
Tankoa's Solo arrives dressed in formal wear, but ready to party.
The Arcadia 105 finesses the Italian brand's progressive approach to how yachts are designed and used.
Mangusta moves into fast displacement territory with El Leon, the first in its Gransport 54 series.
A yachtsman's search for the perfect fishing platform leads to the creation of a new Nordhavn model.
Refreshingly straightforward and seaworthy, Stella di Mare is a 130-foot cruiser designed for serious exploring.
The Turkish-built Numarine 62 arrives on U.S. shores with a sporting 35-knot top speed.