Richly Tethered

Meet the Milan studio designing the world’s finest yacht interiors

Why The America’s Cup Could Become the F1 of the Ocean Next Year

With several Formula 1 teams involved in the competition, it might finally get the wider audience it deserves.

By George Allen


Live and Let Fly

Fusing speed and liveability, Wally’s new coupe is reshaping the cruiser market—and melting Venetian hearts.

By Horacio Silva


Five-star Power Boating with Antares 12

Beneteau’s latest offering gives owners a reason to smile.

By Belinda Aucott-christie


Cat Power

Whether bouncing between rum shacks in the Greater Antilles or exploring wild nature, this performance-oriented catamaran is your passport to luxury travel.

By Belinda Aucott-christie


This 28-Foot Electric Yacht Brings Classic 1950s Design to Modern Boating

The owner intends to use the runabout to get to and from their vacation home and the mainland.



Wild Blue Yonder

The Lagoon 60 Catamaran Breaks Water, So You Can Break Bread

By Belinda Aucott-christie


This 44-Foot Carbon-Fiber Speedboat Can Rocket to 177 KMPH

The new Mayla GT is available with a range of different powertrains, too.

By Rachel Cormack


This New 48-Foot Cruiser Comes With a Lounge That Can Rotate 360 Degrees

The “power-actuated, rotating lounge module” lets owners live multiple lifestyles on this modestly sized vessel.

By Howard Walker


How Yacht Owners Are Using Their Explorer Vessels for Humanitarian Efforts

“The aim is to leave each destination better than we found it,” says one billionaire. 

By Julia Zaltsman


From a Shark-Shaped Superyacht to a Garbage-Eating Catamaran: 7 Bonkers Boat Concepts Debuting This Year

Some are fantasy, others could be built right now. All seven offer a glimpse of yachting’s future.

By Julia Zaltzman


Boat of the Week: This 255-Foot Superyacht Has a Glass-Bottom Swimming Pool That Doubles as a Skylight

The biggest sale in Greece’s yachting history, Malia is a cornucopia of design, with 250 interior materials that include semi-precious stones and 15 types of marble.

By Julia Zaltzman


Making Waves

Five of the season’s most interesting launches were put through their paces in the Med—with each yacht bringing something new to the water.

By Michael Verdon



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