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Amels Delivers the 180-Foot Superyacht Lili…

Amels has delivered the 180-foot Lili, making her the fourth Limited Editions motoryacht delivered to owners this year. The yacht is now headed to Norway, where she will start the charter season as part of the Imperial Yachts fleet. Lili launched a few months ago at the shipyard in the ...

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Island Icon: Chippie Chipman's Got the Beat…

John “Chippie” Chipman will tell you with great pride that he’s received every honor his country has to give. That includes the ­Bahamas Merit Award, being named Member of the Order of the British Empire, and an induction into the ­Junkanoo Shack of Fame — a combination few other people, ...

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Editor's Letter: High-Tech Hiatus…

The blacktop highway led to a seemingly routine off-ramp. There was a turn here and a couple of roundabouts there. In one roundabout’s middle, landscapers had shaped the shrubbery to read “Cape Cod.” A few more twists and turns led to an abrupt left and a steep, dirt driveway. The ...

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The Color Turquoise: Princess' Anka…

Naming your yacht after your young daughters is a heartfelt gesture. Allowing them to choose a bold color for the vessel’s exterior takes parental love to a new level. The Russian owner of the Princess 40M Anka christened the yacht after his daughters, Anna and Katerina, and then asked the ...

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Meet the Sea Ray 400 Fly…

Sea Ray’s 400 Fly is the new entry-level convertible in the builder’s Sport Yachts line. (Her bigger sisters include 460 Fly and 510 Fly.) This midsize offering is powered with twin 480 hp Cummins V-drive diesels. Joystick control for enhanced close-quarters maneuvering is optional. Stay tuned to a future issue ...

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Art Meets Innovation in the Sanlorenzo SL78…

Being an entry-level model at 78 feet length overall can only be a good thing for a new yacht. That size means the baby in the family gets many of her larger sisterships’ features. With the Sanlorenzo SL78, the superyacht influence includes a flybridge with square footage similar to some ...

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The Looking Glass…

The yachting world can frequently look to the Ferretti Group for innovations that change the design conversation. Some ideas are big, such as flooding the transom so that a tender can float out. Other ideas, including the electric window in the master study of the Custom Line Navetta 37, are ...

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Getting There: The Cyclades…

The owner of Kintaro added a sixth stateroom during the yacht’s refit in 2014, allowing for 12 guests. The sun deck, as you can see in the photo at right, is a favorite spot. If you missed the chance to charter Helios at the June America’s Cup in Bermuda, you ...

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Duffy Yachts' Duffield 58…

Wait. Doesn’t Duffy build electric boats? Yes, the California-based boatbuilder does. In fact, during the past four decades, Duffy has built more than 10,000 of them. But founder Marshall “Duffy” Duffield had a dream to create an efficient, quiet and stout ­single-diesel cruiser with traditional motor-yacht lines and a semidisplacement ...

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Little Big Ship: Cheoy Lee Bravo 72…

Too many yacht reviews I read are diluted with fawning prose about inlaid woods, exotic marbles and sumptuous suedes. Construction, however, is the heart of every vessel, and to put the conclusion of this review first, Cheoy Lee sets some high construction standards. The Bravo 72’s hull, deck and house ...

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