The 147-footer’s tender lets the owners fish the world’s most remote waters, but is unique because it crosses oceans on its own power.
Design-wise, the Princess X95 is a rule-breaker. It’s not only open and spacious inside, but also has an explorer hull for long-distance cruising.
Benetti’s epic vessel was created by the world’s best unknown designer, someone who had been forced to remain anonymous until now.
The 138-ft. RP42 is unlike any other sailboat in its class, with a large covered area in the cockpit designed to host family gatherings.
‘Flying Cloud’ was one of the fastest and most beautiful commuter yachts of its day. It also had another owner as famous as Capone.
Doggersbanks may not look pretty, but are seaworthy enough to carry their owners into some very iffy waters. A 66-footer, the first to be built in 15 years, is resurrecting the brand.
More individuals who used to fly first class are moving to private aviation to reach charter yachts and holiday homes.
Besides an ice-class hull, “Olivia” has a “monkey island” that betrays traces of her Cold War past.
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Including near-extinct sea cucumbers and an ultra-rare grouper.
Baltic’s 68 Cafe Racer is designed as a fast, shorthanded sailing machine, but has futuristic features like hydrogen-powered turbines and a hull reinforced with natural flax.