The 191-foot Baraka paved the way for the other four yachts in build at the two yards of Turkey’s Proteksan-Turquoise, taking the honors of f
Ancona, Italy-based CRN launched its fifth CRN 128 for a very private owner—so private that we are not allowed to mention
Noah’s Ark, arguably the world’s first expedition yacht, was built in Turkey.
Nautor's Swan, the king of the series sailboat, launched its new 60 in late 2009.
Last December, Captain Paul Brackley stood on the sundeck of the Benetti St.
The 175-foot Feadship Hurricane Run is the first Feadship launched in 2009.
The Trinity Destination Fox Harb’r Too takes its name from the award-winning Fox Harb’r Golf Resort & Spa in Nova Scotia, with w
Palmer Johnson's Hokulani is the second build in Palmer Johnson’s 150 series, but the first to go into charter.
Perini Navi’s Salute is the first yacht in the Italian shipbuilder’s highly successful 184-foot line to be designed as a sloop.
The 190-foot Royal Huisman Ethereal is one of the most environmentally friendly sailing superyachts to launch in the last few years.
The 248-foot blue-hulled beauty (formerly named Scout) was launched last year.
With its shiny silver hull and space-age helm chair, the Riva 63' Vertigo is a sleek creature indeed.
The Wally 130, launched in summer 2009, shares the stylistic minimalism found on other Wally yachts, but performance was also designed into i
Go, one of Feadship’s latest launches, will make its debut in summer 2010 for the charter season in the Caribbean.
The 164-foot trinity motor yacht Mine Games made a splash in more ways than one in the Mediterranean this summer.
Viking, Bertram, and Hatteras comprise the triumvirate of American sportfishing boats.
Benetti's Silver Angel, launched in late 2009, was designed as a world-cruising superyacht.
Launched in 2009, Onyx is the second in Sanlorenzo's 40-meter series.
Maraya, which means "mirror" in Arabic, was launched by CRN in 2008.
Naval architect Ron Holland has designed a craft that reaches a top speed of 18 mph—exceptional performance for a vessel this size.
The 223-foot motor yacht Kismet, from the Lürssen Yachts shipyard in Germany, holds far more than the standard main salon and guest-
This is the smallest of the Italian builder’s stylish, down-east-looking boats, with bigger sister ships that are 51 and 74 feet long.
When asked once about the prices of his famous Corsair yachts, American financier J.P.
The Lürssen Martha Ann offers a level of luxury noteworthy even among superyachts.
The 4300 Open is the new flagship of the Tiara Open Series, an intrepid but handsome-looking boat that is built to battle big seas?and billfi
The Tiara 5800 Sovran, priced at $1.85 million, meets the high standards of craftsmanship and seamanship for which Tiara has earned a reputat
Azimut’s new 38, launched in early 2010, is designed as an entrée to that Italian builder’s popular flybridge series.
Mochi Craft’s Dolphin 74 Cruiser, launched in spring 2010, is a new rendition of its original 74.
Azimut Yachts celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2009 and launched some of its smartest motor-yacht designs to mark the occasion.
Bertram's new 80-foot flagship, which will debut in early summer 2010, was designed as a go-anywhere battlewagon that will work in a variety