From a “sinister and sleek” mega-yacht concept to a legendary tech genius’ modern superyacht, these are the things that caught our audience’s attention this year.
Join us in taking a look back on a year that was filled with innovative yacht concepts, exciting boat shows and astounding advances in marine technology.
We reviewed the numbers and rounded up our 10 most popular articles of 2016 according to you. Take a look.
Garmin has made a big commitment to wearables in the marine-electronics market with Quatix 3 and Nautix In-View Display.
Unique charter adventures are all the rage. The owners of the 201-foot CRN Katharine work with Burgess Yachts to organize Croatia charter itineraries that include a stop at their winery, Korta Katarina.
The Vanquish 50 caught the eyes of many of our readers, and understandably so. The Vanquish 50 not only looks cool, her amidships tender garage opens new possibilities for day boating.
Our feature on Riva’s 88 Florida was a popular read this year. The 88 Florida is one of the largest open-class yachts. A teak deck equals happy feet, and this layout lends itself to being a true party platform.
Who doesn’t love a roundup of sport-fishing boats? The Intrepid 375 CC, Boston Whaler 350 Outrage and Grady-White Canyon 336 all made our list. And that’s just scratching the surface.
An exclusive look inside the Yachts Miami Beach show that was held in February of this year. Get a good look, because the 2017 show will be even more exclusive.
We get it. We can’t help but stare at Timur Bozca’s Black Swan, too. This menacing looking superyacht allows for travel (or world domination) in style.
Owners of the 207-foot released extensive interior and exterior photos, and it was glorious. Her main salon, sky lounge and floor to ceiling mosaic steam room are dazzling.
The Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show is the largest in-water show in the world, so naturally there were many photos taken. This gallery consists of 76 shots with a wide variety of yachts to feast your eyes upon.
The most popular article produced in 2016 was actually created by you, the readers. We asked the Yachting Facebook followers to post their shots of Steve Jobs’ yacht Venus, and this gallery is the result.