by Christine Hayes, Posted October 3, 2013Hunter Marine Corp. founder Warren Luhrs has died after suffering an unexpected heart attack September 18. He was 69 years old.
by SAIL Editors, Posted November 21, 2013The Lagoon 39 was a favorite among the SAIL judges for a variety of reasons, including its innovative design, sound construction, good systems and fine sailing qualities, all topped off by the fact of its simply being a handsome vessel.
by Adam Cort, Posted April 4, 2014US Watercraft, the Rhode Island-based boatbuilder—which also manufacturers Alerions and a variety of models for J/Boats—purchased C&C Yachts, and promptly unveiled the hot-looking Mark Mills-designed C&C 30: a flush-deck, reverse-sheer sportboat with a wicked-looking sprit and over 610 square feet of working sail.
by SAIL Editors, Posted November 18, 2014it would be hard to imagine a greater diversity of modern design styles than those comprising the SAIL Magazine Best Boats class of 2015. From a cutting-edge carbon cat to an aluminum sloop expressly designed to nudge aside icebergs, the winners of this year’s Best Boats contest have it all.
by Sail Staff, Posted September 28, 2006Sunreef Yachts has built many catamarans in the 60-foot range but is now moving into larger yachts, many of them custom projects. One example is this 122-foot aluminum yacht, which will sail with a crew of six. The crew is housed in the forward sections of the port hull, and a full-service galley for the entire ship’s company, along with the crew’s dining area, is located in the after section of
by Sail Staff, Posted October 5, 2006After Franck Cammas won his fourth ORMA championship last summer aboard his 60-foot trimaran, Groupama 2, he decided his next goal would be to win the Jules Verne Trophy by making the fastest nonstop circumnavigation ever. At 105 feet, Cammas’s new yacht certainly isn’t the largest multihull to make the attempt, but it has been designed to outperform its larger brethren on perhaps the most