Hand crafted by legendary yacht builder Lubbe Voss, Borkumriff II has never looked better, following a complete makeover that adds a few contemporary twists to the original design.
With all due respect to the incomparable David Suchet, the real star of the 1989 TV adaptation of Agatha Christie’s classic short story “Problem at Sea” is not the famed Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot, but the majestic motor yacht Madiz, aboard which most of the episode was filmed.
The Oasis 40 appeals because it’s just right in so many different ways. It’s large enough to impress up to 10 guests, yet not such a leviathan that it can’t get into those smaller, more interesting ports of call.
Beau Lake creates products—midcentury modern paddleboards, electric runabouts, retro-inspired pedal boats—that work in harmony with nature, not against it.
Envisioned as a “pocket-mega yacht,” the Sherpa XL lives up to the concept with a brilliant design that makes the most of its comparatively compact footprint
It’s always good to get away from it all, and it’s even better if you can do that in over-the-top luxury and style.
When coveted leisure time finally arrives, who wouldn’t mind a break from it all—and especially all that incessant noise?
Prestige Yachts enjoys a global reputation for building beautiful and luxurious sport yachts that always seem to exceed expectations.
With their spider-like arms extending from the sides of the boats and down into the water, these cutting-edge hydrofoils allow racers to lift the vessel above the water’s surface and literally fly over the waves.