Conceived after a crab, the Pagurus has four hull appendages that let it leave the water and literally walk on to the beach.
With a new swim platform and just about every water toy you can imagine, “Lady E” will spend the next year cruising the world.
Gulf Craft’s new 175-footer claims the world title by just three feet.
It’s all thanks to the rotating transom bulkheads.
She can hit speeds in excess of 29 knots.
The British shipyard will attempt a rare feat in the world of yachting.
The vessel is expected to be delivered in 2024, with price available on request.
After being purchased by new owners, the Piano Man’s 57-foot “Vendetta” went through a two-year refit to emerge as an offshore cruiser.