Azimut Magellano 50

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The Azimut Magellano line is a new direction for the Italian superyacht builder, they became famous for sleek, aerodynamic profiles that are immediately recognisable even at significant distances. With the new Magellano yachts, emphasis has been placed on classic, early 20th century styling. And I like it a great deal.

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Pinguino 145 Kayak

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John Lockwood founded Pygmy Boats in 1986 after having spent years designing 50,000 tonne container ships, his dream was always to design and build the most beautiful kayaks in the world and after looking through his catalogue, I think he’s done it.

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Ovation 6.8 by Ganz Boats

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Speedboats are one of those things that every man should own, at least once in his life. The Ovation 6.8 by Ganz Boats is a great example of what’s available if you have enough small green pieces of paper and although it’s no Baby Bootlegger, it is a remarkable work of design. Ganz Boats offer…

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MAORI Open

MAORI Open

This advanced, 50ft, twin-engine luxury cruiser looks like it just popped in from a galaxy far, far away. The MAORI Open is an Italian made and extremely advanced high-performance cruiser with twin 430hp engines

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The Beautiful Baby Bootlegger

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The Baby Bootlegger is not, as the name may suggest, a bootlegger who imports babies. It is a boat that went on to revolutionise boats and it’s effect is still felt in the world of marine architecture to this day. Built in 1924 by George Crouch for wealthy Wall-Street bachelor Caleb Bragg, Bragg raced her in the 1924 and 1925 APBA Gold Cup and won on both outings (by over a minute and 16 seconds in 1925).

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