Baton Rouge: A superyacht for Sale and Charter at Burgess

Burgess, the global superyacht industry leader has signed ‘Baton Rouge’ for sale and charter. The 62.5m motor superyacht is now in the market for the first time.

Motor Yachts @ Yacht Club Designed by the experts in industry, the interior of this luxurious yacht flaunts sculptured carpets, woven leathers and Brazilian Blue marble, a real stunning beauty visualized by Redman Whiteley Dixon while the classy exterior by Tim Heywood proves to be an eye-catcher. Continue reading

USS Constitution – 215 Year Old Ship Sets Sail Again

USS Constitution, the world’s oldest commissioned naval vessel, at a ripe old age of 215 years took a quick sail from the Boston Harbor on August 19, 2012.

This has been the ship’s first sail on its own power since it turned 200 in 1997. For nearly 17 minutes, the ship sailed across 1,100 yards, reaching a maximum speed of 3.1 knots. The sail was to commemorate her victory over a British warship of the same size in the war of 1812. Due to her battle with Guerriere, the ship earned the nickname “Old Ironsides”. Continue reading

Southampton Boat Show 2012: Stage for The Megayacht Oyster 885

Southampton Boat Show in September this year will be a launching stage for Oyster 885, a classy megayacht.

Oyster 885, one of the most beautiful yachts, that flaunt a design by ‘Humphreys Yacht Design’ measures 88’10” (27.08-meter) including the bowsprit and 20’9″ (6.33-meter) beam. It has a split cockpit for dining, sundowners. The Oyster 885’s sail area with 140-percent foretriangle measures 4,823 square feet (448.03 square meters).

Apart from interior, the Oyster 855’s hull design enables it to enter the waves swiftly while its broad stern offers it a better stability. Bow and stern thrusters are also standard.

Those who will own this graceful yacht will appreciate the two crew cabins accompanied by a crew galley with mess and the availability of in-mast furling.

Following the famous Southampton boat show in September this year, the Oyster 885 will sail to the Caribbean for the winter season and then will proceed towards the Pacific.