About 87 feet long, the G25 Metri is the smallest yacht in the Italian builder’s Grande series–a line of prestige vessels originally envisioned as starting at 100 feet and going up from there. But the trim G25 is indeed Grande in every sense.
Located in St. Catherines on the southern shore of Lake Ontario, Neptunus Yachts has been quietly creating magnificent cruising yachts for more than 30 years. It has launched more than 180 to date, including a growing number of CE Category A ocean-certified vessels, including the acclaimed Neptunus 650F.
Built to travel the most remote parts of the ocean while tackling rough seas with aplomb, explorer–or expedition–yachts typically exchange some level of luxury for greater fuel and storage capacity, and a superseaworthy, possibly ice-strengthened hull design. Rosetti’s new 38m Explorer delivers worldwide range without skimping on luxury.
Ferretti raises the bar— again —with its new 720. Bringing superyacht amenities into a more compact and practical footprint, this is one luxury cruiser we’re all going to see a lot more of.
If we were to assign animal-like qualities to yachts, then the 9X from Pershing is the big cat of the seas. Large, powerful, fast, stealthy, the 9X is one of those rare beasts you can’t help but admire in every possible way—the ultimate balance of muscle and grace.
Launched in the summer of 2020 by the Italian shipyard Cantieri Navali Codecasa, and delivered in mid-2021, the four-deck Framura neatly blends a classic exterior design with a bright and forward-looking interior.
R6 mixes the sporty performance and sleek lines that typically define day boats and fast tenders with the interior space and refined appointments of a luxury yacht.
Remarkably uncrowded and unspoiled, Montenegro is the destination of yacht owners and charterers who want to stay ahead of the crowds.
The evolution of luxury travel in the Galápagos Islands has finally taken a sustainable turn.