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Price Drop on 112-Foot Westport…

Sales broker Lon McCloskey at Worth Avenue Yachts says the owner of the 112-foot Westport Dream Weaver has dropped the asking price by $200,000, to a new price of $5,450,000. Dream Weaver is a 2006 build with a pair of MTU 16V 2000 engines that push her to a top ...

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OceanClass 58 Starts Production…

SVP Yachts, which owns the Greenline and OceanClass Yachts brands, has started construction on the OceanClass 58 — with three hulls already sold. The model’s creation follows the debut of the OceanClass 65 at the Cannes Yachting Festival in autumn 2017. “We immediately started receiving requests for a smaller version ...

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Swan 65 to Debut in January…

Nautor’s Swan is preparing for the debut of the Swan 65 at Boot 2019 in Dusseldorf, Germany. The Swan 65 is a performance cruising yacht based on the same design philosophy and parameters as her big sister, the Swan 78. Designed by Germán Frers, she’s intended to be sailed by ...

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Meet the M30, from the New Company Moores Yachts…

James P. Moores, known for restoring everything from Trumpy boats to Ernest Hemingway’s Pilar to the presidential yacht Honey Fitz at Moores Marine in North Carolina, has opened a company called Moores Yachts. Its first model is the M30. The 30-foot, cold-molded boat combines the elegance of yachting’s Golden Age ...

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The Outer Reef 620 Trident Impresses…

Often, sturdily built world girdlers double down on all things redundant and beefy, sometimes sacrificing a sleek aesthetic in the process. At the same time, yachts considered party platforms may put bluewater attributes on the back burner. But there does exist a nexus of the two lines of thought, and ...

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Bering Yachts to Build Semi-Custom 106…

Bering Yachts in North Carolina has signed a contract for a Bering 106, which the builder is calling a “new generation model.” Exterior styling is different from previous Bering builds, which generally have a more expedition-style look. The Bering 106 will, however, retain the builder’s go-far cruising attributes: Her 7,925-gallon ...

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Toy Story…

“It’s easier to find a qualified buyer than an experienced captain these days,” my yacht broker pal Tom explained in frustration. I mentioned my captain friend John, who’d been marooned ashore with endless honey-do lists. “He’s got a bit of water under his keel, but he’s one of the best,” ...

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Inside Volvo Penta’s Self-docking Technology…

Volvo Penta wants to lower stress levels when docking by using sensors, processors and Inboard Performance System (IPS) drives to guide a yacht autonomously into or alongside a berth — by the year 2020. To self-dock, a yacht needs to know its precise location and the berth’s exact position, shape ...

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Palm Beach’s GT50 is Off to the Races…

Palm Beach has made a name for itself building smooth-riding, efficiently designed, Downeast-style cruisers that can tackle a seaway. But until now, the company had skewed toward tradition, with classic lines and speeds that, while running in the jaunty 30-knot range, were not necessarily making eyeballs pop. That changed this ...

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KVH's TracPhone LTE-1 is Super Fast…

The massive humpback whale surfaced and nonchalantly swam toward Southern Cross, my dad’s J/44, off the port bow, lackadaisically passing within a few feet. Dad’s boat, which weighs more than 11 tons, felt utterly minuscule. Cameras materialized as we killed the engine on that windless August morning off Provincetown, Massachusetts. ...

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