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Fairline Squadron 68 to Debut this Fall…

Fairline Yachts has released more details about the Squadron 68, which is scheduled to premiere this autumn at the Cannes Yachting Festival. The Fairline Squadron 68 (initially called the Squadron 64) will replace the Squadron 65 in the builder’s offerings. The first Squadron 68s are now in build in Southampton, ...

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Cruising: Mobile Bay, Alabama…

Chris Dabney has been cruising on Alabama’s Mobile Bay with his family since he was 18 months old. Now the commodore of the Fairhope Yacht Club on the eastern shore, he still loves boating on the bay all year long. Occasionally, he says, there are 3- or 4-foot rollers, but ...

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Production On Track for the First Sabre 58…

Sabre Yachts says the first Sabre 58 Salon Express deck has been removed from the mold at its yard in Rockland, Maine. The boat is expected to debut later this year. Design features on the 58 Salon Express are expected to include large windows and a main door that opens ...

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Charter Yacht Adds Anvera 55 as a Tender…

Camper & Nicholsons International says the 203-foot VSY RoMa has taken delivery of an Anvera 55 that will serve as a tender for charter guests this summer in the West Mediterranean. “The new RoMa tender is a fantastic addition to a charter yacht that is already bursting at the seams ...

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Anti-Drone Tech for Yachts…

Aviation buffs (including me) have long held curiosity with Seattle’s skies, given the Emerald City’s proximity to Boeing’s facilities and several high-level military bases. But it was an evening dog walk when I experienced my first mini-swarm. We’d reached the neighborhood park when five ominous-looking red lights punched above the ...

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Meet the Johnson 110 Skylounge…

Johnson Yachts recently introduced its newest model, the Johnson 110 Skylounge, penned by Bill Dixon of Dixon Yacht Design. The yacht’s namesake sky lounge – also referred to as her distinctive design feature – offers an additional indoor/outdoor entertainment area for her 10 guests that naturally offers unobstructed vistas. The ...

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Cruising Croatia…

For Missy Johnston, the words that came to mind were authentic, honest and true. She was in Croatia, visiting wineries during a yacht ­charter, when she arrived at the Dubokovic Winery on the island of Hvar.  Its proprietors are members of a family that has passed down winemaking techniques for ...

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Iridium Moves Closer to GMDSS Service…

Iridium Communications has signed a public services agreement with the International Mobile Satellite Organization, moving Iridium a step closer toward receiving an IMSO letter of compliance that will let the company start providing GMDSS service. GMDSS is a safety-of-life system that the the International Maritime Organization designed to rescue mariners ...

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43-Knot Chic: Reliant X40 Express…

There is no denying that there is a certain look to the tenders zipping about Port Hercules during the Monaco Yacht Show, ferrying ­buyers, sellers and brokers from yacht to yacht and dock to dock. The tenders have a European look: clean and open, axe-bowed and surprisingly burly. A boat ...

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Heesen Yachts Launches 164-Footer…

Heesen Yachts in the Netherlands has launched the 164-foot Masa, formerly known as Project Aster. Masa is the eighth yacht in Heesen’s 5000 Aluminum Class. The name Masa means “my diamond,” according to the builder. Arcon Yachts in Monaco represented the client throughout the build. Cristiano Gatto handled interior design, ...

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