Big boats, little boats, beamy boats, tall boats, fast boats, slow boats: If it floats, there’s a good chance you can get a look at it during the Miami International Boat Show.
Anyone who has cruised offshore knows the sea can play tricks on the mind.
The new C34 Coupe is the smallest of Carver’s sport cruisers and flybridge yachts. Introduced at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in November, the boat takes design cues from its sister ships, including a nearly plumb bow, opening ports and fixed glass panels in the hull sides, a swept-back cabin house profile and a cockpit with swim platform.
One of the world’s most accomplished sailboat racers, Jimmy Spithill has been at the helm of two successful America’s Cup campaigns.
I am an over-the-top geek for birds. If the four nest boxes and five bird feeders in my backyard don’t sufficiently bolster my bird-nerd credentials, then the four pairs of binoculars and half a dozen or so bird field guides scattered about my house do.
A dead calm settles across Chesapeake Bay, and a blazing September sun hangs low in the sky as we motor slowly around the grass-lined fringes of Goose Island. The location may be only a short cruise from Tangier Island, Virginia, but it feels as if we’re a million miles from nowhere.
With the introduction of the S 368 Sport, Pursuit is placing another bet on the ever-expanding, 30-foot-and-over center console market. The S 368 Sport joins two other relatively fresh 30-plus-footers — the S 328 Sport and S 408 Sport — in the Florida builder’s lineup.
Comfort, performance and sheer lavishness are qualities often attributed to luxury automobiles, but today’s sport coupes and express cruisers can lay claim to them, too. They have powerful and efficient engines, elegant and modern lines, comfy accommodations and plenty of space for entertaining and socializing.