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Marlow Explorer® interior is the perfect blending of old world craftsmanship with space age materials to create an environment that is inspirational and distinct to Marlow.

In an effort to preserve our valuable teak forests throughout the world each Explorer interior is crafted from a single teak log. This ensures that the grain is all cross-matched and each yacht is consistent in appearance. Taking a note from the aviation industry, the use of honey-combed core material saves weight and provides a strong and durable base for many of our surfaces which don’t require solid wood or stone fabrication. A simple drawer tells the story of the pride our craftsmen take in their efforts; dovetail joints, a solid wood bottom and not a single razor blades width seam visible anywhere. Next, examine the finish in either gloss or matte, perfectly applied and sanded to a glass smooth surface on the wood. In a word… Perfect. Visit us at www.marlowyachts.com to learn more.


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The Princess Yachts 30M is a British invasion that will be welcomed by American owners who want to go big.

BUILDING A B I G G E R C O M PA S S

Yachtsman Paul Hawran had always dreamed of rounding Cape Horn, so he built a yacht to do it.

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Five staterooms with an on-deck master and 23-knot top speed sealed the deal for this now-fourtime Hargrave owner.

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For those who dare to venture where few have tread before, a vessel born for open-water passages is a necessity, not an option.

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We live in a world of convenience, apps and point-and-click navigation. But could you get home without it all?

ON THE COVER: At nearly 100 feet length overall, Princess Yachts’ 30M is ready to help you make the move to mega-yachts.

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BEAUTIFUL SUNSETS. CRYSTAL CLEAR WATERS. AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN. Discover secluded beaches, private islets and the true getaway experience when you dock your yacht or luxury vessel at any of our modern ports in St. Croix or St. Thomas. After visiting the USVI, you can coast back out to sea with memories you won’t soon forget. Your Virgin Islands Nice starts today at:

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David Montague built mountain bikes for the 1996 Summer Olympics. Now he’s created this foldup number for your yacht.

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The stately Reliant Yachts Commuter 40 offers speeds up to 40 knots, firstrate joinerwork and a high level of customization.

If you’re cruising around Lake Huron, stop by the Grand Hotel and say hi to Ben Mosley, Mackinac Island’s kindly ambassador.

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Your eyes do not deceive you. The Arrows 460 Granturismo has styling cues taken from 1930s-era Mercedes race cars.

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Who doesn’t like a sundowner after a great day on the brine? We suggest this aged 50-year scotch for your aft-deck aperitif.

After 17 years of chartering yachts, this Texas couple built a Hinckley Talaria 48 to voyage on their own.

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EDITOR’S LETTER

A N A NGRY OCE A N here is a waypoint about 50 miles southeast of Ocean City, Maryland, and 12 years ago this month, it’s where I started going gray. A silver anniversary, of sorts. Our five-man crew was en route to the Ocean City inlet when the skies darkened, the wind whipped into a frenzy and the seas went from fairly flat to furious. It was about 3 p.m., according to the boat’s GPS, but it looked like midnight on the bridge deck. The only way home was straight into the building waves. We scurried around the boat, securing everything loose that could potentially cause a load shift. Then we gathered on the bridge deck, looking above the helm station for the life jackets. My friend Paul, seeking to lighten an otherwise tense moment, said: “I see my life jacket. It’s got my name on it. It says adult.” The chuckle was welcome as we maneuvered around the boat on our knees (standing or walking safely was not an option). White-topped waves surrounded us, at times breaking

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onto the boat and pushing us around as if the vessel were weightless. The sound of the seas cresting as each new set approached kept everyone wide-eyed like Wile E. Coyote after he realizes another Acme device is about to go kablooey on him. Often, one of us would call out, “Whoa!” or “Watch Out!” when a wave — somehow larger and angrier than the last — came rolling at us. Several times, the sea left from under our boat’s hull and she fell into a deep trough. The thunk was impressive when we reconnected with the water, leaving us all spine-tingled and about a half-inch shorter than how we had started the day. Wheel watches alternated every 45 minutes. Fortunately, the fuel kept flowing. The engines kept running. During the next six-plus hours, we trudged onward. The seas eventually fell off. A brightly lit Ocean City boardwalk came into view. We had made it. The next morning, our crew was supposed to head out, but the storm winds had followed us. I met the boat’s owner, Tom, behind a townhouse where the boat was docked. Drinking coffee, we watched starch-stiff flags in gale-force winds. He looked at me and said, “I’m going back to bed.” I looked back and said, “Me too.”


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THE YACHT IS JUST THE STA R T

Original experiences are the new must-have.

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here is a new generation of ultra-high-net-worth individuals that’s radically changing the face of luxury.” So says a new report by Wealth-X and Camper & Nicholsons International, whose top thinkers say the fastest-growing segment of people who have $30 million or more are those who inherited wealth and then expanded it dramatically. This younger generation — say, 40 or 50 years old — grew up traveling the world with their parents. What they really want now, the report states, is to cruise to places their parents never imagined possible. “The thing they really like the best is being able to tell special stories,” says Winston Chesterfield, the Wealth-X lead researcher on the study. “Not, ‘The

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The 211-foot Benetti Silver Angel is among the growing number of superyachts in the Indian Ocean and other exotic locales.

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King came aboard,’ but, ‘We had some sunburn, and the crew went ashore and found aloe plants for us.’ That tells other people they’ve done something special. They’ve had an adventure.” The yachts still matter, of course, but the luxury makes the ultra-wealthy feel all the more, well, luxurious if those yachts are in truly remote destinations. This desire is fueling everything from charter demand in Antarctica and Indonesia to new yacht construction that pushes the boundaries of traditional yacht design. “What we’re seeing from clients is a desire to explore more,” says Jimmy Carroll, director of marketing and communications at Winch Design. “One of our designs has circumnavigated.” Carroll says the new generation of wealthy buyers wants such features as ice-breaking hulls. They want their yachts to be self-sufficient for more than a month without ever visiting a port. Clients from the West Coast of the United States, in particular, are demanding more efficient and eco-friendly designs — “not only when motoring,” Carroll says, “but also when being built.” On the charter market, these tendencies are manifesting as inquiries for bookings in nontraditional destinations. The West Mediterranean, long the most popular region for crewed yacht charter, still tops

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“THE YOUNGER GENERATION MIGHT WANT MULTIPLE YACHTS IN MULTIPLE PLACES FOR MULTIPLE EXPERIENCES.” KUR T FR ASER, M A R K E T ING DIR E C T O R , C A M P E R & N I C H O L S ON S IN T E R N AT ION A L

the list, but it has been in decline since 2014, according to the report. Meanwhile, destinations previously considered exotic with only a handful of yachts available are seeing a surge, including the Seychelles and Maldives in the Indian Ocean. “As this younger generation wants these experiences, the biggest problem may become the small supply of charter yachts in these destinations,” says Kurt Fraser, marketing director for Camper & Nicholsons International. Indeed, that company and others have been reporting charter activity since at least summer 2015 that is close to, or on par with, demand prior to the global economic crash, when multiple bidders used to make competing offers to secure top charter yachts in popular spots. And on the horizon is the next generation of wealth in China, where a new segment of demand for yachts is expected to emerge. “When more of the fleet moves to Southeast Asia, more Asian people will come,” Fraser says. Will a luxury yacht in Vietnam or Vanuatu soon hold more cachet than one in Monaco or Marseille? “When you go to exotic places, you feel the luxury of your yacht even more,” Chesterfield says. “That’s the contrast. That’s the value. Plopping down on a beach in Barbados doesn’t have the same effect.”

According to the report, the size of yachts being chartered is relatively unchanged. New destinations are the rising trend.

NOR TH RIP 30: A PURE FISHING M ACHINE The big idea nowadays in runabouts, tenders and center consoles is to add luxury touches and creature comforts. This “gentleman’s approach” to yacht design certainly has its place, but not among the hardcore fishermen hunting big game off the New England coast. That is the birthplace of the North Rip 30 from USWatercraft, a builder whose philosophy is that all those fancy foofs and frills just get in the way when you have a 400-pound giant bluefin tuna dumping line off your reel. The North Rip 30 has a layout created in partnership with tournament-winning, 20-year sport fisherman Jack Sprengel, who helped calculate everything from the precise distance between rod holders to the extra volume that could be squeezed into every fish locker and livewell. Take the next step: northripboat.com

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PAINT TO MATCH

Imtra will customizee the color of the searchlight chlight to match the he color of your yacht.

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The Métiers d’Art HM Koi by Arnold & Son ($31,950) has a mother-of-pearl dial.

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Leica teamed with Italian automaker Zagato on these aluminum binoculars ($3,500).

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Aged 50 years, this scotch from Last Drop ($4,500) was blended from 50 whiskies.

Imtra’s CLite2 LED Searchlight rotates with no stops and adds a FLIR thermal camera.

our son has fallen which is simply smart design. overboard. You aim It can enhance security as well, your 60-footer’s spot- particularly when paired with light and keep the the useful, optional FLIR camera. beam on him while turning the “Say there’s somebody you don’t boat around, in a figure eight. want coming up next to you,” But your searchlight can’t make says Nate Cabral, ColorLight the 360-degree turn. Its internal product manager. “You can tarwires are twisted to the max. You get them with the thermal-light have to spin the light around as camera, and they would never the boat continues to turn. Then know. At the same time, your you have to find your son again. LEDs are going to be focused on Not with Imtra’s CLite2 LED that target. They have an instant Searchlight. Not only can it beam light-up time, so you can blind 40,000 lumens at a range of 4,900 that target instantly.” feet, but it also uses slip-ring Take the next step: imtra.com design for unlimited rotation,

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M A K E HER YOU R S Reliant Yachts has created a stylish 40-footer that owners can personalize. By Patrick Sciacca

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rich, mahogany-adorned closer look. Her transom read Reliant cockpit set against a mirror- with a Newport, Rhode Island, hailing finish, navy-blue Awlgrip port. Hmm. Who was she? I needed hull seemed to appear from to know more. I later learned this out of nowhere in a sea of white fi- captivating craft, called the Reliant berglass. It stopped me right in my Commuter 40, comes courtesy of some Sperrys. I was walking the docks the serious boatbuilding veterans and day before the Palm Beach Interna- their new company, Reliant Yachts. tional Boat Show and was drawn to David MacFarlane and Jim Ewthis 40-footer like a wide-eyed fish is ing have decades of experience. They attracted to a shimmering lure. met while working at Alden Yachts. Hooked, I approached to get a MacFarlane is also an experienced

Power options are varied and include 320 or 370 hp Yanmar diesels or 480 hp Cummins. Top end ranges from 30 to 40 knots.

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DRAFT 3'3" ocean-racing sailor with Fastnet FUEL CAPACITY races, America’s Cup campaigns 280 GAL. and countless Newport-to-Bermuda races notched into his belt. Ewing is also the former president of Trumpy Yachts. Seeing a place in the market for a well-executed, customizable, midsize, tumblehome. She is a yachtsman’s, well, commuter-style yacht, MacFarlane and yacht. With her Sunbrella-covered cockpit Ewing went to work finding a yard that bench seating and two opposing settees could make their vision a reality. They forward under the hardtop, she makes found their answer across the sea in a great family day-tripper. A forepeak Turkey at Su Marine, an Istanbul-based berth provides accommodations for a boatbuilder with 40-plus years of crafts- couple during weekend or longer cruises. manship and knowledge behind it. One of the standout features is the The Commuter 40’s design is classic, fit and finish of her woodwork. The from her striking, razor-straight sheer deck joinerwork and trim is varnished, line and trunk cabin to her transom high-gloss mahogany. Belowdecks, the

bulkheads are satin finish. Should owners prefer another wood such as cherry, teak or some combination of a couple or few, Reliant will make it happen. With several 40s already spoken for, Reliant’s other models include 50- and 60-foot expresses, and motoryachts from 60 to 93 feet. Reliant Yachts might be an unfamiliar name now, but not for long. Take the next step: reliantyachts.com

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EXPLORE ASHORE The Allston from Montague Bikes is designed to be folded or unfolded in 20 seconds. By Kim Kavin

ontague has been in the folding-bike business since 1987, when founder David Montague was a graduate student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His idea: to build folding bikes that were easy to assemble, strong and high performance out on the road. He has far surpassed that goal; among the company’s accolades are building the official mountain bike of the 1996 Summer Olympics and developing mountain bikes for paratroopers. Now comes the Allston, a folding bike Montague designed speciďŹ cally for boaters. The standard metal chain has been

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replaced with a rustproof carbon belt drive to tolerate a saltwater environment. The bike’s frame, rims and components, made from aluminum with stainlesssteel spokes, are also saltwater tolerant. Montague says the Allston can fold or unfold in 20 seconds thanks to the DirectConnect system built into all of its models. When folded, the Allston is 36 inches wide, 28 inches high and 12 inches deep. Weight is 30 pounds, which means it can be lifted and stowed on lazarette shelves or inside some cabinets. Retail price is $1,895. Take the next step: montaguebikes.com

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Montague won a Eurobike Award for its RackStand, which offers a trifecta of uses: It works as a rear-wheel cargo rack, converts to a kickstand and lets the bike stow upright when folded. It comes standard with the Allston.

The Allston has 11 speeds and hydraulic disc brakes. It comes with 38 mm tires for gravel roads near boatyards.

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NA SSAU TO NE W YORK Wicked tempests make for a memorable 1,000-mile adventure. By Rachel LeBar

t was spring when richard E. Carter, John Bower and Johnny Stouffer set off on a 1,000-mile voyage from Nassau, Bahamas, to New York. Yachting covered the adventure of the 33-foot Medalist Rabbit in April 1966. After debuting in what was known at the time as the Southern Ocean Circuit, Rabbit was set for a nonstop voyage with her arrival planned just in time for the Block Island Race. Three hours out of Nassau, a squall formed — the first of many during the run north. Rabbit endured the second half of the journey without power. The radiotelephone was out and the engine was dead, meaning Rabbit was a true sailing vessel. After 12 days, Rabbit made it to New York Harbor, entering with a dramatic wind gust that brought her in at 8 knots. The crew watched as the sun set on the Manhattan skyline before enjoying their first full night’s sleep since departing.

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One-man watches during the night — two hours on, four hours off — allowed the men to monitor the squalls. One night, Carter awoke to ominous news from his shipmates: The battery was dying. “We were to learn you accept what is given to you by Mother Nature; there is no point in fretting,” he said.

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Mag Bay 33

LOA 33'6" MAX BEAM 10'0"

FROM DESER T TO SE A The Mag Bay 33 is an eye-catcher from Southern California with a serious builder pedigree. By Patrick Sciacca

very once in a while, form (22 degrees deadrise). Built of a center-console, whether for I come across a vessel in the high desert of Adelanto, fishing, diving or cruising with that’s a near-perfect California, the 33 comes from the family, as well as any yachtsblend of form and func- optimal environs for laminating man who appreciates a finely tion. The Mag Bay 33 is such a boat. the solid fiberglass hull form. tuned, technically built craft. It descends from Cabo Yachts, a Twin 300 hp Yamahas are stan- PICTURE THIS: Your teal-tone legacy brand. Mag Bay’s founder, dard; twin 350s are optional. Base Mag Bay 33 approaches the dock Mike Howarth, also co-founded price with the 300s is $278,000. for dinner ashore. Heads turn. Cabo and Pacific Seacraft. He Want to pull her behind the Gestures are made. Yes, you’ve tapped Michael Peters to design big boat? Get the stainless-steel been noticed — for good reason. the aggressively styled 33, which towing eye. WHOM IT’S FOR: Somehas a twin-stepped, deep-V hull one who enjoys the flexibility Take the next step: magbayyachts.com

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go, they’d find a way. You’ve got the money for that great cruising yacht and you drive a Porsche, so money can’t be the problem. And even if it was money that was holding you back, you’d find a way. I know people who’ve eaten peanut butter sandwiches for a year to save money for cruising. So it must be that some boaters are afraid to break the ties or quit the job or sell the house or something. “But don’t hand me this old, ‘I’ve always wanted ... ’ because the fact is that you just don’t want it enough.” Marinas are filled with long-range cruisers that rareAs Elvis Presley once sang: “A little less conversation, a little more action please.” ly leave the dock. Many skipBy Chris Caswell pers prepare their yachts for grand adventure, endlessly. They upgrade to the latest n this issue, you’ll see “Yes, I did,” my friend said. friend pressed his point. electronics. They make their a feature about a grand “You know,” the guy said, “If you really wanted to go,” yachts fully redundant. They adventure. A yachtsman “I’ve always wanted to take he said, “you would.” take classes and buy cruising named Paul Hawran is off and go cruising.” Later, my friend explained guides. And then they never truly challenging himself. My friend looked at him and to me what he meant: “People leave. The preparation and say they want to go, but what planning for the cruise seem He’s taking his Outer Reef said, “No, you haven’t.” Taken aback, the fellow they really want to do is talk to be their real goals. 880 Cockpit Motoryacht around Cape Horn — having stammered around a bit. My about going. If they wanted to Adventure doesn’t need to already completed an Alaska be about cutting loose on a shakedown cruise. huge undertaking, such as a He’s unlike so many boat circumnavigation. You might owners who talk a good adstart by taking off for a week venture-cruising game but and going as far as you want, never go. I was reminded of and then leaving your boat at this by a friend who was workthat point so you can return ing on his boat after returning later for further adventures. “A DV ENTURE DOE SN’T NEED from his circumnavigation. Maybe it’s just heading for a TO BE A BOU T CU T TING LOOSE A man approached him from nearby island and anchoring ON A HUGE UNDER TA K ING, the boat in the next slip. not for one night, but instead “Didn’t you just get back SUCH A S A CIRCUMNAV IG ATION.” for a week and savoring the sensation of being “far away.” from cruising?” the fellow Whatever it is, carpe diem. boater inquired.

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Cruisers 54 Cantius

BY THE NUMBERS:

LOA 53'4" MAX BEAM 15'6"

49,000 pounds is the 54 Cantius’s full-load displacement.

1,450 hp is the power with optional Volvo Penta IPS950s. Twin 600 hp IPS800s are standard.

6'6"

feet is average headroom throughout the yacht.

SMO O T H OPER AT OR An open layout, pod drives and amenities galore define the Cruisers 54 Cantius. By Chris Caswell

eamless. The word struck me when I boarded the Cruisers 54 Cantius, which is, well, seamless from bow to stern. The 54 Cantius flows smoothly from the cockpit with settee (and retractable sunshade) past the galley, which opens to the cockpit, to the entertaining area with dinette and couch, to the helm. The galley is notable for an opening window that, with counter and stools, can serve as an alfresco bar next to a

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cockpit console with Kenyon grill. This makes the galley handy to the cockpit as well as the forward dinette, and the four fridge/freezer drawers don’t block any windows. A clever backsplash in the galley protects the dinette. Above the salon is a sunroof with shade, which gives owners an additional way to control the indoor-outdoor space. A lower atrium/salon serves many purposes, like watching TV in privacy when you’re at a dock. The builder will

With twin 725 hp Volvo Penta IPS950s, she can hit a 37-knot top end.

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One standard feature on the Cruisers 54 Cantius is a SureShade retractable cockpit shade, which allows sun when you want it and shade when you don’t. Sliding from hidden stowage inside the cabin top, the SureShade extends at the touch of a button, with a telescoping framework and a midbar to prevent canvas sag and billowing. The SureShade extends to the transom.


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configure this area with a settee, with bunks or with pocket doors to create a guest stateroom, if desired. The master stateroom is aft with oversize windows that make it feel airy and bright. A multidrawer bureau fills the starboard side, and to port is a settee (or, as on our test boat, a cafe table with seats for vanity, work or a cocktail). I loved the walk-in closet because it was the size of a real one ashore. Forward is a VIP in the bow, with a split head with shower to starboard and a water closet/vanity to port. The latter compartment doubles as a day-head. Our test 54 Cantius had twin 725 hp Volvo Penta IPS950s, but the yacht was designed with 600 hp IPS800s as standard. Our test boat topped out around 37 knots. Expect about 5 knots less on the top end with the 800s. At either horsepower, pod drives are quiet, and the 54 is insulated with foam for even more hush. The standard equipment list includes such notables as a 20 kW Kohler genset and joystick controls. Well-built and thoughtfully designed, the Cruisers 54 Cantius should fit into many boating lifestyles — seamlessly.

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DRAFT 6'0" FUEL CAPACITY 500 GAL.

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SIBLINGS: THE CANTIUS CLAN 1. 45 Cantius Nine feet shorter, the two-stateroom 45 was the starting point for the 54, with the same open feel and entertaining areas. 2. 48 Cantius The upper salon is for lounging with settees, while the galley and a dinette are on the lower deck between two staterooms. 3. 60 Cantius An upper salon galley is aft, while the lower salon can be set up as a third stateroom. The foredeck has tables and seating.

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F I N D I N G PA R A D I S E Lifelong boaters take their passion for the water to new lengths with a Hinckley Talaria 48. By Patrick Sciacca

ark and marilyn boyd just got their dream boat: a Hinckley Talaria 48 Flybridge. Mark grew up in a boating family in Texas, and he and Marilyn are taking their voyaging to a new level, moving up from a Hinckley 29. Lifelong boaters, the Boyds say they would rather be on the water than anywhere else. What made you realize the on-the-water lifestyle was for you? All during the 1980s and 1990s, my business friends and family used to come with me to Belize for scuba diving and fishing vacations. In June 1999, I was fishing off the coast with a business friend when Cotton Ranch motored by in the distance. She was a 110-foot Feadship captained by Phil Richards. At the time, I did not know the boat or who captained it. I did tell my business associate/ best friend that if he did the legwork, I would pay to charter the boat or one like it. I had never entertained chartering, and

“SINCE 2000, WE HAVE ATTENDED THE BOAT SHOW IN FORT LAUDERDALE AND SHOPPED AND DREAMED OF OWNING A YACHT.”

After 17 years of large-yacht charter, the Boyds are planning a future of cruising with their Hinckley Talaria 48 Flybridge.

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I did not even know if it was possible. A month later, my business associate called and said he had the details — it was possible. My first charter was a November 1999 cruise from Belize City up the Rio Dulce to Guatemala. We were hooked. Since then, we have chartered 16 or 17 times all over the world. How have your boating interests progressed over the years? Since 2000, Marilyn and I have attended the boat show in Fort Lauderdale and shopped and dreamed of owning a yacht. The more we chartered, the stronger the dreams became. But I couldn’t get past the cost of owning a yacht versus the cost of chartering. We came close several times. How did you discover Hinckley? We have always had a boat, and our Grady-White was more than Marilyn could handle comfortably by herself. It was time to trade. She went to work researching the next

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boat, keeping in mind grandkids and taking the boat herself when I was traveling for work. The Internet brought her to Hinckley. Hinckley’s ace salesperson, Jennifer Richards, did the rest. A jet boat with no props, a “jet stick” that literally made it easy enough for anyone to drive, along with the unmatched workmanship and quality sold us. Moving up to a 48 Flybridge is a big step. Marilyn and I have always dreamed of owning our own yacht, but we did not want a crew. After owning the 29, we became aware that Hinckley boats could make our dream come true. We could own a yacht that we could easily drive and navigate safely. Our plans have changed from chartering to planning our own trips down the East Coast, over to the Bahamas, Cuba and Belize. Of course, we are keeping the 29 Hinckley for our weekend and evening boating on Galveston Bay.

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By Kim Kavin

THE BIGGER, THE BET TER Whidbey and Orcas are the two biggest islands in the state of Washington, where the cruising is a breath of fresh air.

bout 20 nautical miles separate Orcas Island from Whidbey Island’s Cornet Bay, which is the main saltwater access point for Deception Pass State Park. The short hop means that on any given day at sunrise, you can anchor off Orcas and hike up toward the billowy clouds that sometimes seem to brush the top of Mount Constitution — the highest point in all of the San Juans — and then be at the park on Whidbey in time for a sunset feast at one of the hundreds of picnic tables ashore. There’s maybe no better cruising destination for the outdoorsy set. The views (oh, those views) are phenomenal, but I must admit that the thing I like best about standing on the shore at Orcas Island is the simple act of breathing. Somehow, the air just seems fresher here, as if the rest of us are living our lives underneath some invisible, civilization-tainted dome. This is the place where you want to close your eyes, inhale as if to infuse the very marrow of your bones and spirit, and then open your eyes as you exhale, reminding yourself that you are, indeed, a creature born of nature.

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The Dog House Tavern was originally home to a store on the bottom level and a meeting space upstairs — a nice way of saying the place hosted everything from vaudeville shows to boxing matches to what The Seattle Times called Sunday “gambling fests.” More recently, the building has been home to a restaurant. Plans for renovations are in the works. TRIANGLE OF FIRE

During the late 1800s, Admiralty Inlet was armed and ready for intruders. Three forts were created for triangulation of defenses: Fort Flagler on Marrowstone Island, Fort Worden at Port Townsend and Fort Casey on Whidbey Island, where the restored Admiralty Light stands today as part of the scenic Fort Casey State Park.

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The Dog House Tavern in Langley, on Whidbey Island, is a longtime favorite historic site.

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Admiralty Light on Whidbey Island has been restored, but it’s inactive. It is on park grounds.

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And this is the time of year to set course. August is one of the least rainy months, and daytime temperatures in the low 70s are divine for all that hiking and exploring ashore. Lows around 50 mean you can get good use out of your favorite sweater or soft blanket at night, just as your body is ready for a well-earned hot toddy followed by one of those deep slumbers that only exist in other people’s dreams. Sure, you can find some civilization here too (you are, after all, in the general orbit of Seattle and Vancouver), but I say that if you see buildings and lights ashore, push the throttle to the pins and keep going. Yes, even on a trawler. Ramp that baby up to a full 8 knots and put your face to the wind. Around one of the countless craggy outcroppings in the distance, you’ll find your own views to treasure, and you, too, can take a moment out of life and just breathe.

Expect to see small and large boats alike at Deception Pass State Park, which has mooring space plus several launch ramps and different dockage areas in fresh and salt water. Even more tourism-friendly diversity can be found ashore, with separate trails marked for hiking, horseback riding and bicycling.

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14.5 MILES OF SALTWATER SHORELINE

Deception Pass State Park offers hiking, kayaking and more.


The 30M’s windows have a twofold purpose: lengthening her profile and keeping her interior exceptionally airy.


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A foldout terrace accessible from the main salon allows owners and guests to enjoy sea breezes and get even closer to the marine environment.

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is in the mega-yacht class is her galley. Aft and to port, it is enclosed, ensuring that a top-rated chef will have all the privacy, stowage and prep space needed to produce five-star tasting menus in any anchorage. Perhaps as you sit in the Princess’s aft cockpit one lovely evening, enjoying the breeze off the Mediterranean and a chilled flute of Krug Grande Cuvée, you might decide you’d like to pair the bubbly with a nice truffle arancini. That can most certainly be arranged. A raised wheelhouse also marks the 30M’s mega ambitions. The twin Raymarine screens on my test yacht should help the captain keep track of the vessel’s journey while windows provide sight lines that many other 100-footers would be hard-pressed to match. A plush bench seat and cocktail settee to the yacht game. Perhaps when you were younger, to port allow guests to keep the captain company you couldn’t conceive of a boat larger than that and perhaps brush up on their seamanship skills 60-foot motoryacht docked each summer at the as the yacht travels from exotic port to exotic port. most prominent slip your local marina had to offer. At my test 30M’s wheel, the captain will man twin And maybe so recently as 10 years ago, an 80-footer 3,600 hp MTU M94s that can get this Princess up felt like a truly grand yacht fit for moguls and movie to 27 knots. Twin 2,217 hp MTU 16V 2000 M84s stars. But the times, they do change. And present- and twin 1,948 hp MTU 12V 2000 M94s are also ly, even an 80-footer, roundly impressive by most available as capable options. When the captain is any other measure, won’t cut it for the lucky few. done wheeling the yacht for you, he will surely be England’s largest yacht manufacturer, Princess happy to have some privacy, courtesy of his own Yachts, realizes this in full, of course. And thus, the cabin, while the crew splits two others. builder has given us the Princess 30M. And if all of these features aren’t enough to entice At a single inch shy of 100 feet — which seems you to get a better look at the 30M, here’s another a little cruel, doesn’t it? — the 30M can reliably one that will fire up any yacht fanatic: She’s simply, call herself a true mega-yacht. And her role in the undeniably pretty. As I cruised out on a smaller Princess fleet is to welcome owners sizing up from Princess from the Mallorcan harbor in Spain that motoryachts to the real deal: that is, the right to acted as a jumping-off point for my sea trial, I was call their yachts mega. One of the most prominent ways that the 30M distinguishes herself as a mega-yacht is with the placement of her master stateroom, which is on ART OF THE CRAFT the main deck — not down below and amidships, as At its Plymouth, England, factory, Princess takes care to keep the yard clean and orderly — an attention to on most slightly smaller vessels. The design choice detail that shines through in the products the builder gives the master an inarguable touch of class, not to turns out. Finishes are unblemished, seaworthy mention admirable amounts of space and natural traits are remarkable and (it’s blasphemy, I know, to use a French phrase to describe an English product) the light. (The latter trait is helped immensely by a yachts have a certain n je ne sais quoii of fastidiousness large skylight overhead.) A forward-situated head about them. Touring the Princess 30M, you get the unmistakable sense that her construction process nicely complements the living space, offering a large went smoothly, and thus, so will her life at sea. It’s a hard shower and his-and-her sinks well accoutered with feeling to describe, but it’s also very real. swirling, nearly flawless marble. Another main-deck, dead giveaway that the 30M

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The use of light woods and fabrics in the 30M’s interior invokes a beachy feel that’s right at home at sea.


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IT’S 5 O’CLOCK SOMEWHERE A bar in the cockpit lets guests enjoy the sunset with a proper sundowner. Might we suggest a Dark ’n’ Stormy?

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PORTSIDE-SEAT DRIVER If you would like to keep the captain company while out at sea, a settee to port of the helm will let you do just that — in high style.

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The bow seating is ideal when docked stern-to, and on a boat this size, it will (usually) even be safe to sit up there underway.

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That deep-blue hull color will help set you apart amid a sea of white plastic in the harbor.

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The main-deck master is a true mega-yacht space with 194 square feet in the cabin and another 43 square feet in the head.


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enjoying the sea breeze and rugged, exotic coastline when I heard a soft, collective gasp from the others aboard who were seeing the 30M for the first time. We had just rounded a bend and entered a cove. Deep-blue water lapped lazily against beige rocks rounded smooth by the sea, and lush greenery sprouted from the tops of the imposing cliffs that surrounded us like sentries. And there in the middle of all this natural grandeur sat the Princess 30M, her dark-blue hull glistening in the bright sun, her silky smooth lines all but undulating, mirroring the sea. There’s a stately ambience to her, both outside and in. With the master on the main deck, her lines stay fuller farther forward and combine with a bow that juts out like a proud jaw to lend a certain British gravitas. Suffice it to say, this boat makes a statement when you first lay eyes on her. On board, that stately air is enhanced by a level of fit and finish that is, well, fitting of a true mega-yacht. The cherry woodwork in particular on my test yacht was exemplary. The seams were tight, the wood rich and smooth. Princess can keep tabs on such details because it builds about 80 percent of the components on board its models in-house at its Plymouth, England, (yes, that Plymouth, of Mayflower fame) shipyard. The Princess complex includes seven facilities and facilitates the employment of more than 2,000 employees, who are expected to churn out a healthy 220 yachts this year. As mentioned, the company is the largest boatbuilder in all of England — no small feat when you consider the stiff competition the country has to offer.

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Palma de Mallorca, the island about 150 miles off the coast of Spain where we tested the Princess 30M, is a quintessential stopover on any Balearic Isles charter. The hilly, seaside city is interlaced with narrow, winding streets lined by charming shops, cafes and bars. Sitting under an umbrella at an outdoor table at one of those cafes on a drizzly late-spring afternoon, you might just find yourself sipping on an ice-cold Alhambra beer while biting into o a jamon y queso sandwich on freshbaked bread. And it might just be the best meal of your year. Sometimes in life, it really is the simple things.

T H E S E F E AT U R E S A R E N ’ T ENOUGH TO ENTICE YO U T O G E T A B E T T E R L O O K AT T H E 3 0 M , HERE’S A NOTHER ONE T H AT W I L L F I R E U P A N Y YA C H T FA N AT I C : S H E ’ S S I M P LY, U N D E N I A B LY P R E T T Y.

Princess’s numerous skilled and knowledgeable workers also allow the company to customize its yachts. Sure, fabrics, woods and other materials are up to the owner, but creativity is also welcome, and Princess relishes a challenge. On board my test 30M, the owner, a motorcycle enthusiast, had a glass enclosure built for one of his bikes on the flybridge aft, so the bike is clearly visible from the docks — a creative touch that truly defines “custom.” Such attention to details should make the 30M a prime choice within an American market hungry for boats in this size range that have optimal amounts of personalization. I see this boat doing well in South Florida thanks in no small part to her relatively shallow 7-foot-6-inch draft, but she’s certainly versatile enough to pop up in almost any geographical location around the Americas. The 30M is the kind of yacht that can change the way you’re perceived, and in turn, change the way you perceive the ocean itself. Once you’ve effectively leveled up into the mega-yacht class, there’s no turning back. Of course, something tells me that by the time most people reach a place in life where they can acquire a yacht like the 30M, they haven’t been accustomed to turning back for quite a while. Take the next step: princessyachts.com

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Princess has an “ask and ye shall receive” philosophy when it comes to customizing its bigger yachts. Owners might just be surprised at what they can put on board.


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BUILDING A BIGGER COMPASS WHEN RANGE,, REDUNDANCY AND BLUEWATER CAPABILITIES MATTER MORE THAN LOA AND CREATURE COMFORTS. BY DAVID SCHMIDT PHOTOGRAPHY BY ANDREW ULITSKY

For Paul Hawran, the key to a successful retirement was exploring with a capable offshore yacht.

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South America, the Galapagos and the Caribbean. Hawran, 64, is originally from New York City and now summers on Bainbridge Island, Washington. Boating has always been about spending time with his family and friends. In 1973, at age 21, Hawran and some college friends purchased a 20-foot Mako; since then, he has owned a variety of boats, including a 60-foot Hatteras Sportfish, an 82-foot West Bay SonShip, a 94-foot West Bay SonShip and now Argo. In fact, Hawran’s experiences watching his son Michael (now 27) become fascinated with fishing as a boy encouraged him to buy his Hatteras in 1996 and, ultimately, to attempt his lifelong ambition of rounding Cape Horn on his own keel. “Even in the New York days, water calmed him owner and captain of Argo, his new Outer Reef 880 down,” Ulitsky says about his self-described type-A Cockpit Motoryacht, about boating’s physical and brother-in-law. Hawran always seemed to juggle psychological benefits. “That’s my medicine. I enjoy two phones and a computer during his career runthe rough seas as much as the calm.” ning biotech firms in southern California. Given that Hawran spec’d Argo for serious While plenty of CEOs have yachts, few know how high-latitude cruising — including his intended to run or operate their vessels sans professional passage around Cape Horn this December — there’s captain and crew. Yet for Hawran, a hands-on owner no question that his new steed will see weather. who retired in 2012, boating’s greatest challenges Rather, for Hawran and his family-turned-crew and rewards come from problem-solving, self(including brother-in-law Andy Ulitsky, son Mi- sufficiency and the ability to spend time with select chael and nephew Chris Holodny), the challenge guests away from land-based distractions. “I’ve always had a curiosity about what makes in the next few years is to see how much scenery, sea life, diving and boating adventure they can something tick,” Hawran says. His life résumé experience. Their dream expedition started with also includes building additions on houses, felling a shakedown cruise to Alaska and will likely end large-diameter trees and repairing marine diesel in Fort Lauderdale sometime in 2018, but not be- engines — jobs that require an understanding of fore Argo has thoroughly explored Central and mechanics, tools and real-world physics. “I don’t want to go boating with strangers; I want to be with my family,” says Hawran, who holds a U.S. Coast Guard 100-ton captain’s license and prefers to boat ACCORDING TO PLAN without professional crew. “When I can’t operate Hawran, Ulitsky, SOUTH AMERICA Holodny and [the boat] myself, I’ll get something smaller.” the rest of the Argo Hawran’s previous boats were near-coastal crew will attempt vessels with much shorter ranges than Argo’s envito round Cape Horn ARGENTINA able 3,000-mile reach. Still, those boats played an in December, when weather condiimportant role in shaping his vision for his retiretions are typically ment yacht. Ulitsky says that the crew was enjoying “reasonable,” before a diving trip on Hawran’s 94-footer when the conending their adventure in Fort versation turned to other diving locales that they Lauderdale. could visit within the vessel’s range. Paper charts appeared, and the group used a divider compass to help visualize their range by drawing circles on CAPE HORN

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Argo’s shakedown cruise began in Victoria, British Columbia, and immediately headed north to Alaska.


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the chart. “What if we just get a bigger compass?” Ulitsky remembers querying his brother-in-law. “You wouldn’t have to worry about [re-provisioning].” But a position as CEO of a biotech-diagnostics firm tempted Hawran out of his early retirement. The 94-footer was sold, and Hawran spent the next several years without a yacht. “A good friend told me, ‘You’ve got to get a boat — you’re the most peaceful when you’re at sea,’” Hawran recalls. Shortly thereafter, he began thinking about long-range yachts and his retirement dream of rounding Cape Horn. Norma, Hawran’s wife of 33 years, had long dreamed of renting an apartment in Paris to celebrate her retirement — a goal that she accomplished last year — but she now jests that she might also join Argo for the voyage around South America’s bitter end. Hawran interviewed expedition-grade yachtbuilders and then chose Outer Reef Yachts thanks to feedback from Bunker Hill, his marine surveyor of 20-plus years. Hawran flew Hill to Taiwan to evaluate the manufacturer’s operations and build quality. Hill signaled his approval, and Hawran’s bigger compass started to take form. “I believe in two of everything,” says Hawran, who explains that Argo sails with two anchors, numerous GPS units (hardwired and handheld), Kevlar-reinforced bow sections, an extra 1,000 gallons of fuel capacity and oversize stabilizers and generators, as well as 500 gallons of freshwater tankage and an offshore-worthy watermaker. Additionally, Hawran outfitted Argo with a commercial-grade electronics package that includes multiple Furuno NavNet 3D black-box multifunction displays, touchscreen monitors, dual Furuno radars (25 kW and 12 kW), a Maretron vessel-monitoring and digital-switching system, dual KVH satellite domes (one for TV, the other for communications), a FLIR thermal-imaging camera, a cruise ship-worthy Carlisle & Finch Co. searchlight, a Class A AIS transponder, an IMOlevel satellite compass and an extra powerful horn. An air compressor and four scuba tanks are in heavy rotation, but Hawran admits that he barely uses his satcomms dome. “When we’re out there, we’re out there,” he says. “There haven’t been too many times when we’ve needed it.”

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BALD EAGLE SIGHTING

While bald eagles are a classic symbol of America, they are a fairly rare spot in many states and regions. Not so in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. These magnificent birds are a common sight along coastlines and perched in treetops.

While these are impressive words from a man who used to multitask phone and email conversations constantly, they are proof positive that Argo is already fulfilling her design brief. In addition to redundancy, Hawran’s boating experience taught him the value of a thorough shakedown cruise. He, Ulitsky and Holodny took delivery of Argo in Victoria, British Columbia, in March 2015 and immediately headed to Alaska, pressing as far north as Skagway. After watching grizzly bears pluck king salmon from wild rivers and glaciers calve into the sea, they swung their bows south and delivered Argo to San Diego for final troubleshooting before heading south again this past February. Given Cape Horn’s notorious weather, Hawran plans to attempt the passage in December, when conditions approach “reasonable.” The schedule leaves almost a year to explore Central and South America’s west coast — including a bluewater jog to the Galapagos Islands — before reaching Ushuaia, Argentina, in time to shop for weather windows. “If the weather isn’t just right, we’re not going,” Hawran says. “I’m beyond Victory at Sea stuff. I did that with my other boats. I want to see the rest of Argentina, maybe the Falkland Islands, Brazil, the Amazon River and the Caribbean, and I’m going to spend a couple of years doing it right.” After returning to Fort Lauderdale, Hawran plans to downsize yachts — but not until he has had a chance to draw some impressive circles on the world’s charts using his expedition-size compass.

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SAV V Y INTENT BOTH THE OW NER OF THE 116 -FOOT RENA ISSA NCE A ND HER BUILDER, H A RGR AV E , WA NTED A YACHT TH AT WA S MORE TH A N PRE T T Y. SHE A L SO H A D TO BE SM A R TLY DESIGNED FOR CH A R TER. BY KIM K AVIN

Renaissance has a hull by naval architect Jack Sarin. The yacht tops out at 23 knots, at least 2 knots faster than most other Hargrave builds.


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m i k e d i c o n d i n a wa s l o o k i n g a t t h e numbers. As president of Hargrave Custom Yachts, he knew that the builder’s 100-footers did well on the charter market. “But I noticed on our 125 that we were able to get double the amount of money, about $85,000 a week versus $45,000,” he says. “That’s a big difference.” He started talking with a charter-savvy owner who had already built three yachts with Hargrave, all in the 100-foot range. DiCondina told the owner

about the income disparity on charter bookings, as well as the build-quality success that Hargrave had found with the 114-foot Donna Marie II, which launched in 2013 on a newly designed hull by noted naval architect Jack Sarin. “We’re moving into the next niche in the market, and he has always been a forefront leader for us,” DiCondina says of the owner. “I said, ‘For the future, down the road, why don’t we try to make a five-stateroom boat with the on-deck master?’”

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That’s how the idea was born for the 116-foot Hargrave Renaissance. She made her world debut this past February at the Yachts Miami Beach show, and by early June, DiCondina says, she already had four charters booked at the $85,000-a-week rate. DiCondina says the clients are responding not only to the yacht’s size, but more specifically to her performance and layout. The owner of Renaissance plans to move the yacht seasonally between New England and the Bahamas, where her shallow,

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The owner of Renaissancee has long brought his yachts to New England during the summer. Some of the artwork aboard Renaissance shows just how deep his passion is for the coastal scenery of the region.

6-foot draft is key for charter clients who want to get close to the beaches. With a cruising speed of 20 knots and a top speed of 23 knots, DiCondina says, Renaissance is also plenty fast for charter clients who want itineraries with more than just a handful of islands or ports along the way. “We were shooting for 24 knots,” he says. “We hit 23. But for us, I’m impressed. Normally, a Hargrave tops out at 21 knots.” DiCondina says that many charter clients are also

The neutral, traditional interior decor aboard Renaissancee was styled to appeal not only to the owner, but also to as many charter clients as possible.


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responding to the accommodations layout aboard Renaissance. Each of the five guest staterooms has either a permanent king-size berth or a set of twins that can convert to kings. “It’s huge for charter,” he says. “That’s one of the things, when we were designing the boat, we really honed in on. We wanted to set it up so that you had four or five couples. We didn’t want anybody feeling slighted. You can split the cost.” Fit and finish aboard Renaissance are the same

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In May, Renaissance was 4 miles offshore in the Bahamas when the crew saw a Boston Whaler adrift. The men said they were empty on fuel and had been out there for two days. Renaissance towed the boat and got them to safety.

high quality for which Hargrave has long been known. The owner chose sapele mahogany with neutral fabrics, which he also had aboard his previous Hargrave (he found that the decor created a traditional ambience most charter clients liked). The owner also worked with Hargrave to ensure that the builder maximized volume for guest enjoyment. Originally, the build was going to be 112 feet length overall. At the final 116-foot LOA, more possibilities presented themselves.

In creating the flybridge layout, Hargrave sought to ensure that even if a full complement of 10 charter guests was aboard, nobody would feel crowded.


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“When you go up to the flybridge, you have a large, expansive area,” DiCondina says. “Ten people on the boat are not going to be tight. You have the four lounge chairs aft, three separated seating areas, seating across from the bar. Space-wise, it’s really well done for a group of people to be together and not be on top of each other.” Renaissance is chartering under the command of longtime Capt. Doug Meier, who has stocked her with countless water toys, including a remote-

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operated vehicle with the same kind of technology used to find the Titanic (see “Play a Whole New Way,” March 2016). As the captain and owner continue to perfect the charter program, might an even larger Hargrave be in the owner’s future? “This is probably his last,” DiCondina says, “but his wife is a little younger, and she said to me, ‘Don’t worry, I’m not out.’”

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LONG t h e g r e a t b l u e b e y o n d. A lot of us dream about venturing into it, but only the luckiest among us have yachts actually built to get us across oceans. True bluewater cruising requires mission-speciďŹ c vessels, the kind that look different on the docks and whose features can make a major difference a few hundred miles offshore. If the waypoints you intend to reach are along the path less traveled, then a yacht built for more than day cruises is a must. Check out the models in the following pages, any one of which can turn long-distance cruising dreams into reality. BY THE EDITORS

Crossing the open ocean or staying at sea for extended periods can be liberating, especially on a yacht built for bluewater travel.


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t r aw l e r s a r e o f t e n associated with high-seas adventurers. Many yachtsmen who own them prefer to pick the second star to the right and go straight on till morning. Or they live aboard full time and follow their fancy: true sea dogs whose independence should be admired. They are a special breed, and they need an equally special breed of yacht made to cross oceans. A FUNCTIONAL FORM Larry Polster, Kadey-Krogen’s vice president, Kadey-Krogen’s yachts have a hull form the builder calls a wineglass is passionate about his company’s yachts. “To me, bottom, and it’s no accident. It’s actually thanks to physics. Every [the term] trawler is about the styling of a vessel,” time the force of a wave impacts a hull, there is an opposite reaction on he says. “The trawler’s dedicated pilothouse the water. The builder says this design enables “the hull to deflect a large portion of wave energy, and the result is truer tracking.” placement and function gives the vessel its trawler look, and the hull form built for long-range cruising sets the trawler apart from other craft. “Unfortunately, many people are of the opinion that you can just run a well- exerted to right the boat when it heels.” Without Kadey-Krogen constructed boat at 8 knots and that ballast, a boat can become susceptible to a big continually evolves makes it a long-range cruiser,” he says. wave. The full-displacement hull helps with downits designs. In its new 58 Extended But a true “long-range cruiser” must have sea performance too. Bridge, improvea full-displacement hull form, ballast Supporting Kadey-Krogen’s hull design is a ments include and a 3,000-nautical-mile range. modern build incorporating impact-resistant a watch berth and a day-head in the The ballast is critical, Polster says, fiberglass mat that contains Twaron, which is a pilothouse. And her because it has to do with the vessel’s fiber often used to give body armor its bulletproof reverse-raked pilotrighting moment, or “the force that is capability. It is reportedly five times stronger than house says, “Take me to blue water.” steel and up to 60 percent lighter than ballistic steel. A comfort factor also comes with this style of yacht. Polster says the trawler appeals to those who realize that boating doesn’t have to equate to camping. It’s a craft that allows for home-style furniture and full-size appliances. Kadey-Krogen says it has seen a rise in interest from owners of sport-fishers or express-style yachts, people who are looking to “slow down and smell the salt air.” The biggest benefit to the trawler and trawler lifestyle? As Polster says, “It is the best waterfront money can buy, and when you get tired of your neighbors, the scenery or the weather, you can just leave and take your home to a new location.”

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The flybridge on the Kadey-Krogen 58 EB is all about entertainment underway with seating for 10 and a “summer kitchen.”

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yea r in a nd yea r out, yacht THE LONG-R A NGE owners seek vessels that can chase CRUISING LIFEST Y LE IS sunsets and make their long-range A N I N C R E D I B L E G I F T. cruising dreams a reality. Outer Reef Yachts builds vessels for those die-hard yachtsM A N Y O F O U R OW N E R S men. The builder says these owners want to “go ASPIRE TO SPEND MONTHS to locations others aren’t able to access.” They are A ND Y E A RS CRUISING interested in extended journeys without limits. To — A N D, I N E X T R E M E make that happen, Outer Reef says, yacht safety and robust yacht composition are the priorities. S I T U AT I O N S , M A K E T H E I R Outer Reef prefers using a semidisplacement YAC H T A N D L I F E O N hull design because, the builder says, the shape T H E WAT E R T H E I R offers the best of both worlds. While most semiPERM A NENT RESIDENCE. displacement vessels do not generally cross oceans, many are capable and have the range, stability and capability to do so. A semidisplacement vessel can take advantage of increased power and achieve greater speeds than a full-displacement hull. mode, and they’re fuel efficient — sometimes even OCEAN READY Outer Reef Applying additional horsepower does more fuel efficient at displacement speeds than Yachts constructs consume more fuel, but typically most full-displacement vessels of the same length overall. all of its Classic Series models semidisplacement vessels only take A semidisplacement hull form has less draft and from three major advantage of this speed when required, therefore less wetted surface. The result? Less molds. Minimizing such as outrunning foul weather or horsepower required to move the yacht through the number of components transiting a rough inlet in daylight hours. the water. A reduced draft is advantageous when increases the The builder says semidisplacement anchoring in a relatively shallow-water area too. structural integrity yachts often operate in displacement Outer Reef says it sees a trend in this market of the hull. segment toward a younger demographic. These owners are also looking for a new design aesthetic. In response, Outer Reef, working with Setzer Yacht Architects, developed its Trident Series, which runs from 62 feet to 106 feet length overall. A hallmark of this voyager’s style is a wave-piercing plumb bow, which increases interior volume. Outer Reef says that the Trident models’ interior volumes are on par with more traditional yacht designs in the 115- to 120-foot range, resulting in increased living space and, in turn, overall comfort when making long passages. If you’re looking to find a patch of blue water to call your own, Outer Reef aims to have a model and LOA that fits your dreams perfectly.

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Looking to inspire the next generation of passagemaking enthusiasts, Outer Reef Yachts recently launched its Trident Series. Note the plumb bow.


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1981, C A P T. HENRY M A R X WA S PA R A L L ELING T HE COA ST OF EL Salvador on a yacht delivery from San Francisco to out of San Jose, Costa Rica, and repeated his process. Connecticut. There were warnings to stand 40 miles “When I told my navigator that I knew where we offshore courtesy of the Salvadoran Civil War, but were, he asked if I also had a bridge that I wanted he was unsure of his vessel’s exact location. Without to sell!” Marx recalls. The next afternoon, however, a Loran unit and after two days of persistent cloud the Gulf of Fonseca moved into view right on time, cover, it was near impossible to derive a solid fix. confirming Marx’s dead reckoning. “I was off by As the owner of Connecticut-based Landfall Nav- 3 miles, but it was close enough.” igation and a longtime Safety at Sea Symposium Modern mariners live in privileged times, thanks instructor, Marx knew his way around yachts. Maybe to satellite navigation and electronic instrumenthat’s why the idea hit him as he was listening to tation, but humans have been navigating the high Radio Managua on a portable radio. seas since long before we harnessed electricity. He swung the radio until he lost the signal, then Here’s how we did it. kept rotating until he regained reception. By averaging these two bearings, Marx derived his bearing S P E E D O S / Along with chronometers and to the radio antenna, which he charted along with a sextants, speedos are one of the most important time stamp. Thirty minutes later, he found a station navigation instruments, yet electronic speedometers

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weren’t available until the 1950s. Instead, mariners built chip logs consisting of a wooden log attached to a “log line” with evenly spaced knots that was spooled off a reel. To estimate speed, a sailor deployed the log overboard and counted how many knots passed through his hands in a specific interval, originally measured by an hourglass. Next came mechanical odometers called taffrail logs, which are still available. These consist of a torpedo-shaped rotator with spin-inducing fins attached to a section of log line, as well as a stern-mounted register that records how far the boat has traveled. By dividing the distance traveled by the time required to cover this ground, a navigator can determine the boat’s average speed. “If you had any kind of current set, it really screwed up the numbers,” Marx says. “It was considerably less than perfect, but you got to know your boat

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OLD-SCHOOL Navigators such as Jim Jessie, who circumnavigated sans GPS or other modern electronics, would commonly carry a small handbearing compass with them, especially as they got close to making landfall. Careful modern navigators are wise to do the same.

pretty well. You’d use the clock a lot. You’d measure the distance and the heading to your target, you’d estimate your speed, you’d have an ETA, and — shortly before [your ETA] — you’d worry.” S O U N D E R S / Modern boaters benefit from electronic depth sounders and sonar, but traditional mariners relied on slow speeds, lead lines, dinghies and their eyes to avoid finding the bricks. Lead lines, aka sounding lines, have been widely employed for millennia and are still used by some mariners, Marx included, today. These simple devices consist of a plumb bob, typically lead, with a becket on one end — allowing it to be attached to the sounding line — and a divot at the other end that’s packed with paraffin. A “leadsman” stands forward, next to the headstay, and casts the lead line ahead of his vessel. The sounding line is typically adorned with

Hand-drawn charts, ship’s bells and signaling lights were all tools of the trade for traditional navigators.


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As navigation moves from the traditional to the digital realm, master mariners such as Capt. Henry Marx worry that the mental skills of navigation are being lost to a rising sea of 1s and 0s.

Taffrail logs, such as the ones pictured here, were an improvement over log lines; however, they failed to account for the influence of currents and tides.


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markers, much like some modern anchor rodes, that indicate how many fathoms of water reside below the water’s surface. Paraffin is added to bring up a bottom sample, allowing sailors to determine the bottom structure (e.g., mud, sand or rock), which can be cross-referenced with their charts. When waters get tight, careful mariners send their dinghy, equipped with the log line, ahead and follow loosely astern with the big boat. Some sailors become experts at reading the water. “You can tell by the shape of the wave how deep the water is,” Marx says. “The shallower the water, the steeper the waves. It’s not precise, but it gives you an idea.”

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is that updates were only periodically available. Trouble arose when storms rearranged unstable bottom structures and rendered charts obsolete. “You’d update your charts from people that you met cruising,” says Jessie, who traded charts with other long-distance cruisers, comparing editions and making hand-drawn edits to his library. “If we were going to a far-off place, I’d draw a 10-mile circle around dangerous things, and you made a list of the mountains and [geographical features] that you’d see as you’d approach,” Jessie says. “It was all eyeball stuff. You spent your life clutching a hand-bearing compass.”

V H F R A D I O S / “There was no way to commuR A D A R / “We saw radar on other people’s boats nicate off the boat when I was a kid, except to swim to in the 1950s, but that was about it,” says Jim Jessie, shore with a dime and find a pay phone,” Jessie says 83. He is a liveaboard yachtsman from Alameda, of post-World War II cruising. “If you got yourself California, who has been actively boating for 74 years, racking up 250,000 miles including a circumnaviSOLUTIONS into trouble, you had to get yourself out of trouble.” While ancient mariners devised elaborate commugation — sans radar or GPS. He also completed 10 Collisions and fog are age-old problems that nication schemes — including the International Code Transpacific Yacht races. “So we’d stop sailing every were traditionally of Signals, signaling lights, and horns and whistles few minutes without luffing our sails and use our five tackled with good seamanship and a few — these were short-range solutions that could easily senses,” he says. “Paying attention was important.” tricks. For example, be rendered useless by nightfall or environmental Jessie mentioned using a system of bells and yachtsman Jim and meteorological conditions. High-frequency, whistles, but these are only effective if the lurking Jessie always hung singleand double-sideband radios followed, but danger is another manned vessel. “We had our close a 90-degree turn after departing a these were notoriously diffi cult to operate. Until calls,” Jessie recalls of a fog-choked Downeast cruise harbor; he then held VHF’s arrival in the early 1970s, these were simply when his bowman reported hearing breaking surf. “I course for an hour before assuming a the available technologies, and even fi rst-generation immediately swung the helm and, looking over my rhumb line to his VHFs didn’t entirely ameliorate the situation. shoulder, I saw a rock the size of my boat, 50 feet away.” destination so that he “You needed a crystal to transmit and another to To cope, mariners sounded foghorns and listened could escape heavily receive,” says Chuck Hawley, a US Sailing Safety for echoes. “Keeping a good lookout and a good listen trafficked lanes. And while finding buoys in at Sea Committee chairman and West Marine’s out, those were the main things,” says Jessie, who the fog can be tough, former vice president of product information. He advised that keeping watch inside a canvas-covered especially when explains that early generation VHFs were typically cockpit or an enclosed helm during nasty weather dead reckoning and current are involved, limited to about 12 channels, with five that came didn’t work because he couldn’t hear. “There weren’t longtime Capt. Henry factory-installed; mariners added channel capacity that many incidents,” Jessie says. “But there weren’t Marx recalls arriving by adding crystal sets. “A radio might have cost so many boats out there back then either.” at a Downeast waypoint and, when $350,” says Hawley, “but it rapidly went up to $500 the buoy wasn’t or $600 with the extra crystals.” C A R T O G R A P H Y / “With printed charts, the acvisible, spinning Thankfully, the first all-synthesized VHF-FM radio curacy and the features [for most cruising grounds] wave-inducing circles before hearing the arrived in the late ’70s and offered all 55 marine VHF haven’t changed in more than 50 years,” Marx says. bell. “The lucky guys channels, sans additional crystals. Miniaturization “I have a fabulous chart from the 1800s — all the are still here,” says followed, including contemporary VHF handhelds. buoys are on it, although the soundings aren’t quite Marx, “but the dumb guys aren’t.” “Today’s navigator enjoys an unbelievable array as precise [as modern charts].” The reason old charts of electronics that make his job more accurate, are still decently accurate, especially in areas with safer and easier, assuming everything works propstable bottom structures, is that the United Kingdom erly and he has not become complacent,” Marx Hydrographic Office began survey work in the late says. “But when things go wrong at sea, it’s critical 1700s. By the 1800s, it was producing high-quality bathymetry that still serves as the base map that the navigator has the traditional navigation for many modern charts. The problem, of course, skills to do [things] the old-fashioned way.”

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FLIR’s M400 thermal-imaging camera brings first responder-level performance and technology to the yachting market. By David Schmidt

everal years ago, patrick sciacca, Yachting’s editor-in-chief, and I traveled to Vancouver, British Columbia, to review the gorgeous Coastal Craft 560 IPS. The Coastal Craft handled high-speed turns like a dream, but I remember nervously scanning Howe Sound’s waters for errant logs, an unfortunate but unavoidable offspring of the Pacific Northwest’s logging industry. While I like to think that my eyes are relatively sharp, half-submerged logs can be tough to spot at 10 knots; 40 knots presents a different reality, with a much slimmer margin of error. We dodged calamity, but some electronic assistance would have certainly quelled my nerves.

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Most people think of thermal imaging for nighttime use, but the FLIR M400 is equally effective at high noon.

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While AIS and radar dramatically help with collision avoidance and navigation, they don’t provide assistance when it comes to dodging logs, avoiding lobster pots or, heaven forbid, contending with a man-overboard emergency. FLIR’s latest fi xed-mount thermal-imaging cameras, the M400 series, help increase situational awareness and bolster operational capabilities, and they provide the same level of technology that first responders and militaries trust to save lives and secure borders. FLIR makes two versions of this highend camera, the M400 ($70,000) and the M400XR ($85,000), the latter of which adds video tracking to its deliverables list. Both versions are gyrostabilized and equipped with a triple payload consisting of a high-resolution thermal-imaging camera; a high-definition, low-light color video camera; and a high-intensity LED spotlight. This trifecta is contained in a tidy, domeshaped, waterproof housing that can continuously pan through 360 degrees and tilt plus-or-minus 90 degrees. Both cameras offer HD imagery, and they both can be controlled using the camera’s dedicated joystick or via a touchscreen user interface using a networked multifunction display. The M400 also has an internal web server and IP-enabled controls. This allows a user to wirelessly control his camera using a smartphone or tablet and the FLIR Mobile app (iOS- and Android-friendly), provided that the camera is networked to a Wi-Fi hotspot or is accessible via a wireless access point. Unlike traditional night-vision technology, which requires a certain amount of lumens (from ambient light or a dedicated illuminator) to operate, thermal-imaging detectors sense minute temperature differences between objects and their backgrounds, which the detectors use to render video imag-

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P R O P E R LY PA R K E D While FLIR’s M400 cameras offer cutting-edge technology, they require surprisingly little maintenance. “Salt buildup on the windows is one of the [common] reasons that the image isn’t clear,” says Jay Robinson of FLIR. “Just blast it with a hose.” It doesn’t matter if the camera is turned on during washing, but users should use fresh water only (never Windex or similar solvents) and allow the unit to air-dry (no wipes or microfiber cloths). White plastic covers offer aesthetic-preserving sun protection, but they aren’t necessary. Also, Robinson reminds users to “park” their cameras after use, which shelters the lens in a downward-facing position.

ery. The M400 series’ 640-by-480 VOx microbolometers can detect differences as slender as 50 millikelvins, or 1/20th of one degree Celsius, at both long and short ranges. And thermal-imaging cameras work equally well in daylight as they do at night, which is helpful for spotting kayakers at high noon. “[The M400] was a couple of years in development,” says Jay Robinson, FLIR Maritime’s vice president of product management, who adds that FLIR engineers packed a huge amount of hardware and software into a relatively small dome. Unlike previous fixed-mount FLIR cameras that relied on downstream black boxes to provide advanced-level features such as IP video and high-definition serial data interface, the M400 series’ main boards contain this hardware and allow the cameras to play nicely with third-party MFDs sans black boxes or downstream processing. In fact, M400 series cameras have just four connection cables — a power cable, an Ethernet cable, an HDSDI cable and a serial AV cable — that need to be installed to take full advantage of the camera’s capabilities. While M400 series cameras have the same thermal-imaging sensor found on other high-end FLIR cameras, they sport a brand-new 3x optical zoom, which takes the horizontal field of view, or HFOV, from 18 degrees to 6 degrees. They also have a state-of-the-art Tau 2.7 camera core with a built-in electronic zoom that takes the HFOV from 6 degrees to 1.5 degrees. M400 cameras also have FLIR’s proprietary noise-reduction technology, Digital Detail Enhancement, which renders crisp edge details between objects and their backgrounds. FLIR says that an M400 can detect a man overboard at 1.3 nautical miles and a small vessel up to 3.2 nautical miles away. M400 series cameras also include a high-definition, low-light video camera that provides resolution up to 1080/30p

In addition to spotting buoys and logs, the FLIR M400 can be networked to help with collision avoidance.

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and offers a range up to the visual horizon. “The color camera has a 30x optical zoom that brings the [HFOV] from 64 degrees to 2.3 degrees … and an e-zoom that brings this down to 0.2 degrees,” says Robinson, who adds that gyrostabilization is required to see objects accurately at range and at narrow fields of view in anything but millpond conditions. Also, like most security cameras, the M400’s color camera switches to black-and-white mode if there isn’t enough light (or illumination) to render color imagery. “You generally get a pretty clear picture without much light,” Robinson says. “Moonlight is enough to see quite a bit.” A high-intensity LED spotlight completes the M400 package. “The spotlight has a narrow beam, so a user can point the [thermal-imaging] camera at a buoy and then light it up to show the crew,” Robinson says. “You can [also] light up people who are in approach, commu-

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nicating that they are being watched.” for the video-tracking algorithm,” RobFLIR says the spotlight has a maximum inson says. range of (ballpark) half a nautical mile. The gate’s default setting is one-third of All three of the M400’s onboard devic- the image area, but users can adjust this es can be used simultaneously without preference. To operate, a user simply taps interference or reduced performance. a button, and the M400’s video-tracking While the M400 can help identify feature keeps either camera pointed at buoys and logs, it can also serve as a col- a target, without input from other netlision-avoidance device. Provided that worked instrumentation. the vessel’s radar is NMEA 0183-compatWhile M400 series cameras sport ible and properly networked, it shares memorable price tags, they provide the Tracked Target Messages that advise other electronic sophistication that first renetworked instrumentation on the cur- sponders, law enforcement and militaries rent location of its mini automatic radar trust to help ensure operational success. plotting aid, or MARPA, targets. M400 “Mega-yacht customers like to buy the cameras use this information to lock onto best-in-class [equipment] that’s being and track these targets, supplementing the used by professionals,” Robinson says. user’s radar returns with video imagery. As for plying log-strewn waters, M400 In addition to radar tracking, the series cameras enhance situational M400XR comes equipped with video awareness while offering technical sotracking, which follows objects in a sec- phistication and a user-friendly interface tion or gate of the camera’s field of view. that makes them welcome additions on “The gate describes the area of interest board any yacht.

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AN S-CL ASS ACT 1. The exterior is monochromatic, and electronically dimmable windows create a rich world inside. 2. Luxury auto-inspired interior design includes 3-D veneer, nubuck-leather seats and domotics. 3. The helm has a retractable console and joystick docking. Top speed? 38 knots.

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BACK TO THE FU TURE Don’t let the 1930s-era Silver Arrows name fool you — this yacht is from tomorrow. By Michael Verdon

amed for the fabled Mer- long “trunk” in the bow and scoops cedes-Benz Silver Arrows in the hull sides mimic the look of racing cars of the 1930s, the S-Class Coupe, while the side the Arrow 460 Granturis- windows are the exact shape. mo followed the same design process The polarized windows, engineered that Mercedes-Benz Style uses to by Vision Systems, are electronically create its luxury vehicles. The Ger- dimmable. Her interior includes many man firm worked with Silver Arrows of the same materials and compoMarine in Monaco and naval architect nents in S-Class vehicles. The 3-D Van Oossanen in the Netherwood veneer by German firm Danzer allowed designers to lands to integrate the lines LOA 46'4" and proportions of a Mercedes shape the interior eucalyptus CRUISE S-Class Coupe into a day cruiser. panels into curves that follow SPEED 28 KNOTS Mercedes calls its design the hull form. And silver exteriprocess “sensual purity,” which or paint gleams in the sunlight. Silver Arrows Marine plans to build is more pragmatic than it sounds. The design firm and shipyard created clay 10 models in the 460 Granturismo models to form the exact replica they series before collaborating with Merwanted, rather than relying on com- cedes-Benz Style on future projects. puter modeling, then built full-scale models of the hull and interior. The Take the next step: silverarrowsmarine.com

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en mosley ca me to Mackinac Island in 1984 as a summer employee. He’s been living on the island full time since his wedding in 1987. “I married a girl who was born and raised here. In other words, I didn’t really have a choice,” Mosley says with a laugh. “There’s a lot worse places to get stuck, let me tell you.” Mosley begins his day at a quarter to 6, feeding the horses. Once that’s done, he heads to the cafeteria to feed himself and do his morning paperwork. From there, his days vary quite a bit.

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One of the major parts of my job is to haul VIPs. We use very ornate, Victorian-era carriages that are over 100 years old, and they are pulled by high-stepping Hackney horses. VIPs can be anything from friends of the owner to potential large-group e clients or even celebrities. We also entertain in our stables. We have convention groups that come to the island. They’ll have receptions here quite often. We’ve even had weddings in our stables. I am also assistant chief of the fire department. Being on a small island with a limited number of people, you have to wear a lot of hats. There are a lot of places that volunteers are needed to make the community work. In the fall, our colors would challenge anywhere in the world, especially with the lakes in the background. It’s easy to say it’s one of the prettier places there is. To have the contact with horses, to brush and groom a horse — I get paid to basically play with fancy horses and drive fancy carriages. What’s Winston Churchill’s old saying, ‘The outside of a horse is a good thing for the inside of a man’? It’s true. When you work with horses all the time, it’s very therapeutic. When I haul people around, they’re already on vacation. They’re having a good time. I take them and show them around, and they remind me how cool the place is that I live.

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he bluewater-capable Marlow 78E was the flagship in a series that ranged from 53 to 78 feet length overall. Notable features: During Yachting’s 2005 sea trial of the 78E, the fully loaded (about 100,000 pounds) yacht made a top hop of 25.4 knots. Power? A pair of 1,250 hp D-rated 3412 Cats. Brand founder David Marlow says that another 78E with C-rated 3412s could make approximately 30 knots. Belowdecks: Many owners chose a layout with a master, VIP and two guest staterooms, or owners could choose a custom layout. Availability: At press time, seven Marlow 78Es were on the market, ranging from 2005 to 2010 and from $1,414,457 to $2,559,000.

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127 IAG 2014 Not for sale in US waters

116 AZIMUT 2005 BACK IN FLORIDA! 2010 Also Available

Not for sale in US waters

Twin CAT C32 ACERT, 6 SR + 8 crew. Best value in size range. Contact Stephen Faraldo 561-322-8279 or Mack Carroll 954-648-8989.

150 TRI-DECK MOTOR YACHT

Twin MTUs. Five staterooms plus media room sleep 14 Guests. Crew for 5. Stern garage. Contact Joe Marino 954-328-2059.

115 PERSHING 2010

107 FERRETTI 2012 Not for sale in US waters

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New construction opportunity for under $20M. Delivery 2017. Contact Joe Marino 954-328-2059.

107 PRESIDENT YACHTS 2011

700 HRS on MTUs 16V4000 M93L with Kamewas. Located in Italy. Contact Mark Meyer 305-927-8616.

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101 HARGRAVE 2010

105 MANGUSTA 2007

Not for sale in US waters

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Twin MTU 16 V 2000. Located in S. France. Very Motivated Seller – bring offers! Contact Andrey Shestakov 954-274-4435.

100 HATTERAS 2003

100 AZIMUT LEONARDO 2010

On-Deck Master plus 3 Guest Staterooms and accommodations for 6 crew. 1,000 hrs on CAT C32s. Contact Chris Carroll 954-303-5604.

100 DENISON 1985

Not for sale in US waters

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100 BROWARD 2001

Contact Stephen Faraldo 561-322-8279 or Joe Marino 954-328-2059.

2 boat owner, bring offers! Contact Mack Carroll 954-648-8989.

90 HARGRAVE 2001

92 SUNSEEKER 2013

For Sale or Charter

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Twin MTUs. 4 Stateroom plus 4 crew with black walnut interior. Trac stabilizers. Turn-key. Contact Joe Marino 954-328-2059.

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112 WESTPORT RAISED PILOTHOUSE MY 2000

101 HARGRAVE 2009

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Rebuilt MTUs w/ low hours. Hull completely painted, new custom hardtop, all new interior. A must-see! Contact Joe Marino 954-328-2059.

90 BOUNDLESS MOTOR YACHT 2009

Stunning interior with exotic cherry and burl wood accents. 4 stateroom plus crew. Hot tub on flybridge. Contact Joe Marino 954-328-2059.

87 JOHNSON 2005

88 FERRETTI 2005 Not for sale in US waters

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87 OCEANFAST 2000

85 PRINCESS 2009

82 PRINCESS 2014

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Twin CAT C32s, 4 Stateroom. Motivated Seller, priced at 3.34M Euro. Located Western Asia. Contact Andrey Shestakov 954-274-4435.

81 FERRETTI 2004

79 LEOPARD ARNO 2000

78 PRINCESS YACHTS 2010

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800 hours on CAT C30s. 900K Euro. Contact Mark Meyer 305-927-8616.

Refit 2012 w/ new waterjets. Hydraulic sun roof, 3 stateroom, shallow draft. Perfect for Bahamas! Contact Chris Carroll 954-303-5604.

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Twin CAT C32s. Cleanest, best equipped! Twin converters make her electrically compatible worldwide. Contact Joe Marino 954-328-2059.

76 RAYBURN 2001

76 PERSHING 2006

75 PEARL 2015

Twin 3406 CATs, long range cruiser. Over 800K spent on recent refit. Lease/ Purchase. Contact Mack Carroll 954-648-8989.

Twin 2000 hp MTU, 3 stateroom. Well equipped and in great condition. 900K Euro. Contact Mark Meyer 305-927-8616.

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75 SUNSEEKER YACHT 2006

74 HORIZON 2000

72 UNIESSE MOTOR YACHT 2004

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72 PERSHING 2007

throughout. Must see! Contact Andrew Thomas 954-804-2340.

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70 ARGOS MARINE 2012

70 CONSTELLATION CATAMARAN 2013

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68 RIVA SUPEREGO 2012

sundeck. Contact Andrey Shestakov 954-274-4435.

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66 GRAND HARBOUR 2009

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65 SUNSEEKER MANHATTAN 2016

65 PEARL 2016 Not for sale in US waters

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65 DONZI 1996

2xVolvo D13 IPS 1200 pod drives. 4 Guest Cabins plus 2 crew. Hydraulic platform, custom interior. Contact Randy Kires 954-401-6888.

loaded. Contact Stephen Faraldo 561-322-8279.

65 VIKING 2002

65 PRINCESS 2001 Not for sale in US waters

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63 BERTRAM 2005

Twin MTU 16V2000; 4 stateroom/4 head layout. Meticulously maintained. Many recent upgrades. Contact Ed Biggie 954-868-0526

Contact Mark Meyer 305-927-8616.

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63 MARQUIS 2013 Sistership

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Low hr. CAT C32s. Freshwater boat. Electronics & full paint 2012. Contact John Slate 954-815-2287.

Extremely motivated Seller. Euro electric, 4 stateroom. Triple Volvo IPS 900 hp. Located Southern Europe. Contact Andrey Shestakov 954-274-4435.

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62 AZIMUT 2005

61 VIKING 2004

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60 GRAND ALASKAN 2000

60 HATTERAS 2005

Twin CAT C30 with only 1,000 original hours. Upgraded Electronics, Night vision, Underwater lights, bow and stern thrusters. Contact Chris Carroll 954-303-5604.

60 VIKING 1996

60 SUNSEEKER MANHATTAN 2011 2007 Also Available

Desirable CAT power, long range cruiser. Extensive upgrades in 2015. Shows well. Bring offers. Contact Dennis Rhodes 954-695-2839.

1200 hp MANs, 3 staterooms, totally renovated 2011. Fully air-conditioned bridge and aft deck. Contact Joe Marino 954-328-2059.

58 TECHNO MARINE 1993

57 NORDHAVN 2001

Twin rebuilt 8V92s. Stunning cherry & burl interior with all new soft goods and new galley. Maintained with open checkbook. Contact Brad Nelson 954-205-7944.

Original owner, bristol. Lugger main plus wing engine. Trac Stabilizer, WaterMaker, and Dive Compressor. Contact Gregg Silver 305-304-4574.

57 GRAND HARBOUR 2003

57 CARVER 2001

Twin CAT 3406. 2 stateroom/2 head layout with exquisite woodwork. Low overall height, ďŹ tted for extended cruising. Contact Brad Nelson 954-205-7944.

Cummins QUS11s, recent 1000 hr service, stabilizers, bow & stern thrusters. Numerous upgrades. Contact Gregg Silver 305-304-4574.

56 OCEAN SUPER SPORT 2001

56 SUNSEEKER 2002

The only one for sale with MTUs! All service up to date. Over 100K in recent upgrades. Contact Stephen Faraldo 561-322-8279.

48 BUDDY DAVIS 2006

Twin CAT C18s, 1,000 hr service. Prop pockets, extended transferrable warranty. 100% turnkey. Contact Chris Carroll 954-303-5604.

3 stateroom/2 head, high gloss interior. Twin MANs, new electronics, 7 underwater lights. Contact Chris Carroll 954-303-5604.

Upgraded with Twin MAN 1000 engines. 3 Guest Staterooms plus 1 crew. Contact Stephen Faraldo 561-322-8279.

57 BERTRAM 2005

knots, stable and dry. Contact John Slate 954-815-2287

56 NAVIGATOR 2001

Contact Brad Nelson9 54-205-7944.

52 MIDNIGHT LACE

Twin CAT C12. Twin Master Staterooms, open galley. High-end, custom interior. High gloss cherry w/ burl wood accents. Contact John Slate 954-815-2287.

42 FAIRLINE 2014

44 ZEELANDER 2012

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112’ Westport RPHMY 2006 Alex Rogers, C.A.

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107’ Broward 1998 Mark Peck, C.A.

103’ Westport/West Bay MY 1999 Bryan Long, C.A.

95’ Cheoy Lee PHMY 2006/15 Andrew Miles, C.A.

95’ Heisley CPMY 1999 Andrew Miles, C.A.

90’ Ocean Alexander MY 2007/08 Alex Rogers / Mike Burke, C.A.’s

88’ Broward 1999 John Varga, C.A.

85’ Pacific Mariner 2013 Andrew Miles, C.A.

80’ Northstar MY 2006 John Varga / Claude Racine, C.A.’s

80’ Burger MY 1988 Alex Rogers, C.A.

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2006 HINCKLEY TALARIA 55 FLYBRIDGE FIVE STAR has new Flag Blue Awlgrip hull paint this year as well as new Garmin electronics and fabrics. The knowledgeable owner is constantly upgrading Five Star to impeccable standards. $2,400,000 PORTSMOUTH, RI

2005 VICEM 52 FLYBRIDGE JET BILLY BEY has just finished a Hinckley major refit including rebuilt engines, new paint & varnish. Combining shallow draft, twin waterjet maneuverability, beautiful woodworking and classic downeast aesthetics, she is in the water and ready for her next owner. $885,000 NEW YORK, NY

2012 HINCKLEY TALARIA 44 MKII MY PRONTO III, rare opportunity to own the ultimate T44 MKII. The only T44 MKII MY build by Hinckley – all the current production amenities like JETSTICK II®, Power Windows, Power Hatches & Cummins engine pkg but is available for immediate delivery. $1,199,000 STUART, FL

2011 HINCKLEY PICNIC BOAT MKIII BELLA is an exquisite example of the Hinckley MKIII Picnic Boat. She has been meticulously maintained by her owners through Hinckley Yachts Services. She is like new and a “must see”. $762,000 BELLEAIR BLUFFS, FL

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2002 HINCKLEY PICNIC EP SERENITY was built and maintained to the highest standards by The Hinckley Company at the direction of her owner. Varnished teak transom. New interior cushions, new hull paint, very low engine hours. $275,000 THUNDERBOLT, GA

2002 HINCKLEY TALARIA 29C MISS K is in pristine condition. This T29C features recent upgrades including a new engine in 2015. $265,000 PORTSMOUTH, RI

1989 CHERUBINI 44 SILHOUETTE is a Cherubini built ketch designed for blue water cruising/racing. Racing pedigree shows owner spared no expense in her fantastic condition – multiple Firsts in Class include 5 Marion-Bermuda Races. Truly a lovely yacht. $388,000 DUXBURY, MA

1994 HINCKLEY SOU’WESTER 42 HERA is a beautiful example of the classic Hinckley SW-42. Well taken care of and nicely equipped, HERA is in great shape and will bring her new owners many years of enjoyment on the water. $365,000 SOUTHWEST HARBOR, ME

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not for sale or charter to u.s. residents while in u.s. waters. new ca umbra 54m › 177ft › damen shipyard › 2008/2014 › 12,000,000 usd Massive fuel capacity, helicopter deck, fast speeds, long range, serious water capacities.

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saudades 36m › 118ft › lavagna › 1981/2009 › 1,690,000 eur

keanimai 25m › 82ft › bloemsma & van breemen › 2002/2012 › 1,490,000 eur

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Comfortable performance deckhouse cruiser. Centre salon, carbon rig & mast, flush decks.

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vivierae 26m › 86ft › nordhavn › 2007/2014 › 6,195,000 usd

seychelle 34m › 111ft › northcoast › 1993 › 2,500,000 usd

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new ca cv-9 39m › 131ft › delta marine › 1995/2013 › 8,500,000 usd Built by Delta Marine and designed for comfort at sea. She has successfully cruised most of the worlds oceans on her own bottom. Always maintained to the highest levels possible

and has been constantly updated. Her beautiful, light interior accommodates 11 guests in 5 staterooms. She is in immaculate condition and cruise ready.

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sterling v 28m › 93ft › hargrave › 2007/2013 › 4,200,000 usd

cocktails 47m › 157ft › trinity › 2004/2012 › 18,500,000 usd

Accommodates six guests in three luxurious staterooms plus crew. Completely updated.

Refit 2012, sophisticated interior, exterior. 5 staterooms, 12 guests. Immaculate condition.

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etoile d’azur 27m › 89ft › moonen › 2007/2013 › 3,700,000 usd

nimbus 21m › 70ft › merritt › 1994 › 2,500,000 usd

Proven transatlantic yacht . Highest quality Dutch construction. Impeccable condition.

Amazing quality. Recent refit including all new electronics. Maintained by original builder.

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tossed me about like a badminton birdie. Her modified-V bottom was closer in form to a paddleboard and modified my own bottom. I’ve been semisubmerged while attempting to find the “fast” in a 60-foot fast motoryacht that was too full-figured for the job though her full-beam master bath and full-size washer/dryer did come in handy. Fast is often loud when the diesels weigh as much as the boat’s structure. I’ve measured over 90 decibels at the helm of large, fast convertibles. That’s somewhere between blending Searching for the magic number of knots is a fool’s quest. industrial-grade mudslides and riding a two-stroke mower. I’ve seen lead ingots stashed at speed is actually an asset. Fast is fickle. If you lavish under fish boxes and molded Consider the “thrill” of the horsepower on an undeserving into false bottoms. One boat light, flat-bottom, 1960s 13- vixen, you might find the lady even featured a lead monolith foot Whaler versus the soft, you knew at 30 knots is a witch that weighed as much as a Ford albeit wet, ride of the relatively at 40. Bad form and balance, or Pinto. The builder had cleverly heavy 1960s deep-V Bertram poorly chosen driveline and disguised it as a water tank. 31 Convertible. Designers have propulsion schemes, are the Combining comfort and been toying with shapes in usual suspects, and the results “fast” is not so simple. Here’s between ever since — some can be surprising. I’ve found the odd thing: Good form more successfully than others. myself heading to port while I have been “thrilled” by turning to starboard, coming combined with the added inertia that weight provides a 40-foot fast express that about or not turning at all. If I’ve learned anything from all the boats that I’ve been fortunate to sea-trial over the years, it is that there’s no magic number. Friends, “IF YOU L AVISH HORSEPOWER ON fast is overrated. In addition to requiring more cash AN UNDESERVING VIXEN, YOU and a capable designer and MIGHT FIND THE L ADY YOU KNEW a builder who communicate, AT 30 KNOTS IS A WITCH AT 40.” achieving more knots always requires more compromise.

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or years, I’ve heard the same question at boat shows: “How fast?” It’s second only to, “Where’s the bathroom?” and “How much?” We boat nuts seem obsessed with pushing the laws of Newton, Bernoulli and Froude. I’m no numerologist, but after 35 years of measuring “fast” during sea trials, I can assure you there’s no magic number. Fast is simple. It’s mostly about weight and horsepower. A designer must be a competent noodler of numbers, and a builder must be attentive to detail. Forget patented, breakthrough bottom concoctions. Nothing sours “fast” faster than bungling a boat’s weight and center of gravity. This simple math can be challenging because builders and designers are genetically incompatible. A notable boatbuilder made this clear to me early in my design career. He assured me that the designers he’d worked with over the years — my heroes — were generally incompetent and mostly drunks. He simply ignored their drawings and never bothered wasting paint on a boot stripe until after launching and “ballasting.” Ballast is kryptonite to fast powerboats. Unfortunately, given the model-home layouts and outfitting we demand, sometimes we have no option.

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