“Hummer of the Seas” From Danish Yachts

For those of you who dare to dream big, bold adventures on the water, Danish Yachts has a project for you. She’s nicknamed “Hummer of the Seas,” due to a design and engineering package supporting off-the-beaten-path cruising. This Hummer of the Seas measures 164 feet (50 meters). She’s a mix of a catamaran and SWATH, Continue reading

#ThrowbackThursday: Chanticleer, by Burger Boat Company

If Chanticleer has you humming classics like “I’m in the Mood for Love,” there’s good reason. Built in 1973, this 108-foot (33-meter) motoryacht counts the late songstress Frances Langford among her previous owners. Even though the yacht passed along to a few other owners, Chanticleer still bears the name that Langford gave her. Interesting enough, Continue reading

Taransay Launched at Rossinavi

In 1930, a yacht built at the now-defunct Hall Russell & Co. in Scotland was christened Taransay. A G.L. Watson design, Taransay measured 102 feet (31 meters) LOA. While she was scrapped in 1952, her spirit lives on in a modern-day reinterpretation. Naturally, she’s named Taransay, launched this past weekend at Italy-based Rossinavi. The new Continue reading