When Italian real estate entrepreneur Salvatore D’Agostino failed to find a suitably large upgrade from his 54-foot Itama, he assembled a d
Designers Stefano Righini and Carlo Galeazzi have conceived the Azimut 105 as a roomy, elegant extension of its owner’s home.
The folks at Fairline apparently have decided that if they cannot beat them, they should join them.
In 1994, Hinckley gave aging sailboat customers a gracious way out of the cockpit when it introduced its Picnic Boat.
With the widest beam (19 feet, 6 inches), shallowest draft (4 feet, 10 inches), and largest fuel capacity (1,950 gallons) in its class, the
Fast and fashionable, the Australian-built semiopen Warren S87 offers a true cruising experience in exchange for the loss of a few sun pads.
While most Italian small-yacht builders have ignored America’s love affair with the retro styling of Down East lobster boats, Mochi Craft,
Naval architect Luca Brenta calls Ghost an “ocean runner,” a term he uses to describe a very fast yacht capable of comfortable passage-maki
While inventing new motor yachts, fulfilling orders for its 80-foot sailing vessels, and creating its forthcoming 148-foot überyacht, Wally