Turning heads and tugging at hearts
One look at the photo, and you can tell it was a beautiful evening — an autumn twilight when the crisp air smells of sweet wood smoke and seems to be warmed, just a little, by the golden glow of the fading sun.
Increased speed and efficiency are helping fuel the popularity of stepped-bottom boats
The next time you’re at a boat show, you might be surprised by the number of boats with steps built into their bottoms. A growing number of builders have turned to the stepped-hull design to offer boats that are faster and more fuel-efficient.
Leaders in the boating industry talk about stepped-hull boats.A model of the first raceboat with a stepped hull - a 1910 John Thornycroft - can be found in Michael Peters' office at Michael Peters Yacht Design.
Passionate anglers and forward-leaning boatbuilders continually drive change and new products. Here’s a look at what’s trending from angling expert Gary Caputi.
The new 50 Coupe represents the next generation of Tiara Yachts. Will next-generation boaters bite?
The customer forum audiences were all gray-haired or headed that way quickly. “I was trying to get a bead on what our customers wanted,” recalls Tom Slikkers, CEO of S2 Yachts, the parent company of Tiara and Pursuit. “It wasn’t just a wake-up but a 2-by-4 over the head.”
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