GC32 Racing Tour 2023

Competition for the one design flying catamarans of the GC32 Racing Tour will take place over three events and two venues in 2023. As it has done since 2016, the GC32 Racing Tour will start in Riva del Garda at what many consider is the ideal venue to race foiling sail boats. With its northern […]

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World’s coolest yachts: Biscuits Cantreau 2

We ask top sailors and marine industry gurus to choose the coolest and most innovative yachts of our times. Vincent Laurent Prevost nominates Biscuits Cantreau 2 Biscuits Cantreau 2 was a Formula 40 trimaran designed for Jean Le Cam in 1987. “Formula 40 was a class born in France with a very simple rule for […]

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RORC Caribbean 600

Over 70 teams from 16 different nations are expected for the 2023 RORC Caribbean 600, with a dozen or more boats racing in the inaugural RORC Nelson’s Cup Series. Racing action for the new series starts on Valentine’s Day Tuesday February 14th. The final event of the four-race series will be the 14th edition of […]

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Cape to St Helena Yacht Race

St Helena Island may be one of the most remote inhabited islands on the planet, but for the crews who have just tackled the 2022 Cape to St Helena yacht race, it’s been a thrilling trip of a lifetime. Situated in the South Atlantic, north west of South Africa, it’s taken just over two weeks […]

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Superyacht Cup Palma 2023

Entries have opened for Superyacht Cup Palma, the highlight of the Mediterranean superyacht calendar, with the Notice of Race now available for the 21-24 June celebration of sail. Over a dozen prospective entries have declared an interest in joining the superyacht festival with racing on the Bay of Palma, including a trio of the awe-inspiring J Class […]

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OceansLab first hydrogen IMOCA

World first hydrogen IMOCA yacht construction announced by Phil Sharp and OceansLab Platform to advance clean technologies for the ocean environment Phil Sharp, one of Britain’s most competitive and successful ocean racers, has today announced the build of a new zero emission IMOCA ahead of the 2024 Vendée Globe. IMOCA OceansLab – Cleantech Accelerator under […]

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Jet Tender Performs Like a Cheetah

The semi-custom JET11 from Argos Nautic moves with the speed and grace of a cheetah. Perfect for use as a luxurious tender serving 50′-70′ yachts, the 10′ 9″ RIB also makes the ideal multipurpose, five-passenger play boat, mirroring the cat’s acceleration and agility for unbridled exhilaration. And with the 2023 model, the bespoke builder will […]

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Cayman Islands

Bank on the Cayman Islands The Cayman Islands offer SCUBA diving, sportfishing, sailing, and more. The banks off the Cayman Islands, located in the Western Caribbean and part of the Greater Antilles, are a big draw. There’s the Cayman Bank 12 miles to the west of Grand Cayman, plus Pickle Bank, Lawfords Banks, the 60 Mile […]

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Marlow Yachts 58E

Learn from those who know. Story & Photos by Capt. Tom Serio It’s not every time that I can do a sea trial and have the owner onboard. Photos by Tom Serio While touring the boat with them, you can dig a bit deeper, and the owner can tell you the whys, whats and hows […]

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February 2023 Issue

February 2023 Issue Great Lake Escape On the northwest shore of Lake Michigan are two tiny Wisconsin communities — Algoma and Kewaunee — with a huge reputation for sportfishing. Go deep with one of the area’s 50-some fishing charters or cast your own line into tranquil tributaries. Count Viking River Cruises among those en route […]

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Mag Bay 43CC

Worth the wait. by Ken Kreisler After time well spent analyzing owner input and industry trends, and bringing Stephen Matthews of Ocean Designs LLC onboard, Mag Bay introduces its 43CC, the company’s largest center console to date. Photos Courtesy of Mag Bay “Reed Yacht Sales is very proud to represent Mag Bay Yachts here in […]

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Palm Beach GT60 – A MODERN CLASSIC

Grand Banks are pleased to release this two and half minute film that reveals the underlying relationship between the Classic range of Palm Beach Motor Yachts and their highly contemporary GT line of models. Focusing on the PB55 and the GT60, the film morphs one model into the other to visualise their similarities, and their […]

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Phenom Yachts brings new brand to boating landscape

Combining the attributes of family, fishing, luxury and performance into one center console is no easy feat, but Phenom Yachts has arrived on the scene to prove that it can be done. The new high-end center console yacht manufacturer officially made its debut at last year’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) and will be […]

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SAY 42 Sea Trial and Review

The German-built, carbon-fiber SAY 42 is a distinct and efficient vessel—a good match for an owner who can tame her. Carbon and Brass The German-built, carbon-fiber SAY 42 is a distinct and efficient vessel—a good match for an owner who can tame her. One of the more enjoyable aspects of my job is the standing […]

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Inside Angle: The Last Bayliner Meme

Boaters like to poke fun at Bayliners, but the company’s founder got the last laugh. Bayliner. Everyone on the docks has heard a Bayliner joke over the years. And in the age of social media the jokes about these entry-level boats from the 1970s, 80s and beyond have morphed into seemingly endless memes mocking the […]

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The New Sirena Yachts 48

PHOTOS COURTESY OF SIRENA YACHTS Maintaining the same attention to luxurious detailing and functionality as larger models, the new Sirena 48 offers a smaller, 48-foot layout that appeals to younger generations of boat owners. While the first details were revealed at boot Düsseldorf 2023, the first unit will launch at Cannes Yachting Festival 2023 in […]

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The Evolution of Power Catamarans

A veteran marine journalist reflects on how fast power cats have evolved over the last few decades. When I first cranked up my marine-magazine career eons ago, most of the big magazines dispatched editors every year to the Chicago International Boat Show. And toward the end of the festivities in 1989, in a crowded aisle […]

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