Vitters Carbon #whatayacht

Vitters Shipyard does it again.¬†“Sarissa” a 42.6 m (140.58′) carbon fiber spectacle, is the largest carbon sloop built in the Netherlands, maybe even in the world, to date. Check out the Vitters Shipyard YouTube feed for more super yacht footage. This design oozes modern style, remarkable speed (it cruises at 11 knots) and offers far […]

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The Elan 400

This is one of the nicer, well thought out cruiser/racers on the sailboat market. Lots of things to like here; all of the neat little compartments(especially for the companion way halyard jumble), cockpit ‘pop-up table’, the fold swim platform, and of course the slick below deck headsail furler. Could loose the sail pack though, maybe […]

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The Annapolis Spring Boat Show Lives On!

Well folks,¬†apparently the last one was such a success that they’re doing it again.¬†U.S. Yacht Shows¬†proudly presents, the second annual Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show 2013. The event will be held in Annapolis’¬†historical downtown, City Dock. The Annapolis Fall boat show, has helped to build the town’s reputation for hosting the largest boat show in the […]

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Antarctica is Beautiful

I found this on YouTube and found it quite relaxing…….even the cheesy elevator music. This is a¬†beautiful¬†boat and a beautiful sailing destination. Although this isn’t the typical ¬†warm tropical paradise it is¬†definitely¬†on my list of places to visit. Enjoy.

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Wally Yachts!

You just can’t find a more modern and sleek yacht today. Wally Yachts never cease to impress me. Although far beyond any reaches I can imagine, it is still fun to stare. Have you ever seen one of those 3d sketches of a really cool, modern looking car or boat that might be coming to […]

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The ‘Riggers’ of the Sailboat World

Sean Simmons (Partner) Started in the marine industry in 1988 working for Harbor Yacht Rigging in Baltimore, Md as a Riggers Apprentice¬†under¬†the¬†tutelage¬†of¬†gentleman¬†named Tom Snow. Then was later promoted to another job in 1990 at the nearby, Get-a-way Sailing School as the Chief Technician. Around 1993 he was hired at the old Tidewater Marine Center, also […]

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