Some April Fools jokes are funnier than others. The latest offering from Scuttlebutt Sailing News goes into the “not at all funny” pile. The premise of the “joke” is that sailing has been reinstated for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, and that new boats will be required for the event. Continue reading
The exquisite design will attract even the most critical of luxury private yacht enthusiasts. With its twin 1600-horsepower MTU 10V 2000 M94 diesels, this optimal performing cruiser with a speeds reaching 46 knots, and a cruising speed of 40 knots, will certainly keep a smile on your face.
The meticulous design of the Pershing 70 helps to solidify the reputation for strongly built hulls, able to handle the off shore high performance cruising mission to anywhere your heart desires to go. The Pershing 70 is available in two equally tantalizing accommodating layouts. At first glimpse, the stunning yacht strikes up images of luxurious cruises with its exceptional design in the midst of imposing shapes, original structural design and a thoughtfully selected palette of colors. The large windows enhance the beauty of the yachts sporty appearance.
The fuel capacity is 925 gallons allowing would be adventurists to sail up to 280 nautical miles. With comfortable accommodations for up to 16 people with three cabins, this 70-foot jewel is not your neighbors sail boat. The all-new Pershing 70 built is for performance, pleasing to the eyes and is equipped with blue tooth capability; to link to an Iphone or IPAD allowing the owner to monitor and control curtains, lights and air conditioning. Also available is a web option through which a remote alarm can notify you in case water gets into the bilge, for example.
The pride of owning the Pershing 70 says many things, however most of all it says ownership definitely has its privileges.
Wendy Tuck- the name rings a bell for many Australian skippers. Yes, she is the woman who has taken Oprah Winfrey and Russell Crowe sailing in Sydney Harbour and now will be looking for another feather in cap after being announced as the first Australian woman to skipper in the world famous race which sets sail from the UK this August. Continue reading
On 9th December 2012, Durrat Marina – A Bahrain based company announced the construction of its wholly-owned subsidiary, the Durrat Marina Yacht Club Company. Continue reading
The Hydroptere is part boat and part plane. It made a historic event when it broke the world speed record for 500 meters, at a speed of 61 miles per hour, in 2009. Continue reading
American military looks forward to developing unmanned submarine – Drones, which will track and case underwater vessels of rival nations in oceans. Continue reading
Subsequent to the agreement signed between the Beijing Jing Cheng River Basin Tourism Development Inc. and the Beijing Jing Cheng Long Mai Yacht Club Inc., a fleet of luxury yachts will be shuttled on the 10 km Kunyu River, which flows southward from the Summer Place into the city centre of Beijing. Continue reading
On 7th November 2012, Alphaland Corp. announced its idea of constructing a P2-Billion yacht club, which will cater as the centrepiece of its premium self-concentrated seaside community – the Bay City. Continue reading
For a 2013 historic sailing race – the America’s Cup taking place in San Francisco, Miuccia PRADA and Patrioizo Bertelli look forward to invest € 40 million in the making of a luxury yacht. Continue reading