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Hatteras GT65 Carolina Makes World Debut…

“I picked an exciting time to join the Hatteras team with the launch of this groundbreaking new yacht,” Gary Smith, Hatteras CEO, stated in a press release. “My second day in the office, I met with Chris Jessen, soon-to-be owner of the first GT65 Carolina along with his wife, Laura. ...

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How to Watch TV on Your MFD…

The next step is to select the video window on the MFD (you might have to choose the HDMI input in the menu), then watch streaming video from your phone via apps such as YouTube. For live sports, you will need an app such as Fox Sports Go, and you ...

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A Rogue Wave, a Rescue at Sea, then Reunited…

H oming in on Washington state with just 150 miles remaining to cap off a 16-year circumnavigation and 70,000 miles of safe ocean sailing, Joy and Jim Carey, aboard their cherished 45-foot yacht, Kelaerin, were about a day away from popping the Champagne to celebrate their accomplishment. Then, in the ...

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The New Cat Class…

The other big advantages many cats can claim relate to seakeeping, speed and efficiency. Again, no two powercats are alike, but a close look at specific models is illuminating. As we reported in Yachting’s review of the Lagoon Seventy 8, for example, at a 10-knot cruise, the boat has 4,000 ...

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Global Connection…

If the itinerary involves the high latitudes or the South Pacific, there’s no question that satellite connectivity is key for safety communications, weather routing and staying in touch. The dilemma, however, is what kind of satcom system to buy. This, of course, is largely dictated by one’s data habits, and ...

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Brokerage: Hunt Yachts Surfhunter 29…

“Ray Hunt drew the lines for the original Surfhunter, the boat that prompted Dick Bertram to adopt the then-revolutionary deep-V hull on the Moppie. The early Surfhunters were designed to handle the fickle (some might say dreaded) waters of shallow Buzzards Bay. Though the present-day Hunt firm has tweaked the ...

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Consulting Digital Clouds…

While on his record-breaking nonstop sail around the globe, Francois Gabart kept a close eye on the weather. (Courtesy Vincent Curutchet / ALeA/) There was a time when sailors had to consult the clouds before hoisting sail. Fortunately, contemporary weather-routing solutions deliver faster, more comfortable rides. Better still, some of ...

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Bright Idea…

Lumishore’s Command Center makes dialing in custom lighting a breeze. (Courtesy Custom Line Yachts/) World-class boat shows such as the annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show are visual feasts. But as stunning as the daytime optics might be when the docks are populated with billions of dollars’ worth of floating ...

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Privacy Ensured…

M.A.D.S. is the world’s first marine-­specific anti-drone system. (Courtesy M.A.D.S./) The advent of relatively inexpensive recreational unmanned aerial vehicles in 2014 effectively marked the dawn of a post-privacy world for yachts that cruise near shore or frequent popular anchorages. Fortunately, Martek’s Anti-Drone System allows properly equipped owners to electronically reclaim ...

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Fairline’s Cozy Cruiser…

The Fairline F-Line 33 draws less than 3 feet and can sleep four people. Without the T-top, cruising capacity is 10 people. (Courtesy Fairline/) It’s hard to argue with the way the Fairline F-Line 33 looks. The Alberto Mancini- designed dayboat packs a sports car’s muscularity into her 32-foot-9-inch frame, ...

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