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Yachting March 2019

Yachting magazine engages the serious boater with content that educates and entertains therefore enhancing your experience on the water.

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United States
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English
Editore:
Bonnier Corporation
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tech and intuition

Our team had a wicked-slow start to the 2018 White Marlin Open. We didn’t see a fish during prefishing or on day one of the tourney. But we had two fishing days left. ¶ Our crew called in a lay day on the second day so we could get new intel, take another look at the charts and make a Plan B. An updated satellite sea-surface-temperature shot showed some warmer water and a subtle temperature break occurring right around the tournament boundary line, but the water was headed inshore. Our boat’s owner, Tom, said, “We’re going here,” and pointed to a spot on the chart where we expected the water to be by the time we went fishing. ¶ Our team headed out at 4:30 the next morning. As we…

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letters and such

THE BEST BOAT REDUX Reading your [January] Editor’s Letter (“The Best Boat”) the other day, it struck a chord with me. I am a yacht broker and often asked very similar questions or a version of: What boat should I get? I answer them just like you do, because everything depends on what gets them, not me, excited to be out on the water. My boating desires are very different than some of my clients. I was lucky enough to learn long ago, it is not about me. It was a good read and so true; there are many options out there, and what may work for one may not work for another. BOBBY BILBO, VIA EMAIL YACHTING BY THE NUMBERS Published monthly since 1907 • produced 729 editorial pages during the past 12…

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immense pleasure

SUPERYACHTS, BY DEFINITION, are stunning, but lately, some of Europe’s renowned shipyards have been producing hulls that leave even the most seasoned yacht-spotters speechless. ¶ In Italy, B enetti Yachts launched a 3,300-ton 351-footer that is believed to be the largest yacht a private shipyard has built in the country. To achieve this build, Benetti had to invest more than $17 million in shipyard infrastructure, security and other areas. ¶ The Benetti is on track for delivery this summer, when she will join the world’s waters alongside additionally impressive new launches, including Oceanco’s Bravo Eugenia (shown below) from the Netherlands. That 357-footer, reportedly built for Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, is the first in a new series that Oceanco is calling LIFE — lengthened, innovative, fuel-efficient and eco-friendly. She has…

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new and noteworthy

70' LENGTH OVERALL 18'3" MAXIMUM BEAM JOHNSON 70 Hull No. 1 of this model — the smallest from Johnson Yachts — is now in build. Owner s can choose three or four staterooms, with an enclosed skylounge or a flybridge and fishing-ready cockpit. Bill Dixon at Dixon Yacht Design drew the exterior that’s shown in the rendering below, with a goal of providing “much of the superyacht experience in a manageable LOA.” Interiors are by Design Unlimited, with a focus on medium-tone woodwork and contrasting light fabrics. Options are available inside the yacht too, with a goal of tailoring each vessel to the owners’ cruising plans. In the galley, for instance, Johnson is offering extra wine chillers and refrigerators for entertaining, or additional pantry space for long-range cruising. Take the next step: johnson-yachts.com 40…

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ready, set, run

42'7" LENGTH OVERALL 12'5" MAXIMUM BEAM CONFIDENCE. It was the word that came to mind as I slid the Hinckley Sport Boat 40C’s single-lever throttles forward. The Ray Hunt-designed, deep-V hull form, with 23-degree transom deadrise, diced the tempest-fueled chop off Portsmouth, Rhode Island. Whitewater was mashed to mush as my ride sped across the salt. ¶ Her standard triple 400 hp Mercury Verado 400R outboards (twin 627 hp Seven Marine outboards are optional) hummed along as my test 40C hit stride around 25 knots. The increasing wind and gray skies didn’t diminish the wheel-time experience. The boat responded instantly to input as I pushed the wheel hard over and slalomed the 40C around the bay. Her inboard heel was moderate, with minimal bleed-off in engine rpm on turns. She picked up…

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one love

37'7" LENGTH OVERALL 10'9" MAXIMUM BEAM WITH A steppedhull form and a top speed approaching 56 knots with twin 300 hp Yamaha F300 outboards, the Rogue 370 from Ocean 1 is a boat that truly flies. The vessel’s lightweight composite construction should keep her light as a feather and stiff as a board, and her level of fit and finish are mandated to be up to snuff with the mega-yacht tender set. Whom It’s For: RIBs have a particular fan base, and this one is no different. The Rogue 370 is for the owner who wants real speed and stability underway, and who isn’t intimidated by a boat surrounded by tubes. Picture This: Your 150-footer is moored off San Salvador Island in the Bahamas, and the gusts that create one of the…

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