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A better powerboat is born of performance sailing designs.

Text by Zuzana Prochazka


You'd think after founding the world's leading performance sailboat company, J/Boats, Inc., creating nearly 14,000 sailboats in some 40 countries with dozens of "Boat of the Year" awards, Bob Johnstone would have been ready to retire from boat building.

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Ushuaia, The end of the world


Text by Silvia Dudiuk | Photos by Alfredo Sánchez

Nature, beauty and mystique at their finest. The planet's southernmost region, where myths and tales continue to be spun.

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MOXIE 37 Island Hopper - Purpose built to cruise the islands… any islands.

Article by Bill Ando, featured in YTM #1, Spring 2010.

Once thought not to be real sailboats by the conservative sailing establishment, multihulls have come to be accepted over the years. Just look at the Caribbean bareboat fleets. With two giant multihulls ready to duel it out for the America’s Cup, the nonbelievers are going to get quite a show.


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VPLP - Two men who draw boats
Article by Bill Ando published in YTM #1, Spring 2010.

Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot Prévost are known for designing fast yachts that usually have more than one hull. Say the letters V-P-L-P. You’ve just said the name of the most successful designers of multihulls on the planet. Marc Van Peteghem and Vincent Lauriot Prévost, the French design team known as VPLP, the acronym from the combination of the initials of their last names.

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Cruising the Spanish Virgin Islands,
by Nancy Birnbaum

The Spanish Virgin Islands are fast becoming the hot destination for yachting and cruising. Just 15-20 nm from the US and British Virgin Islands, six nm from the east coast of Puerto Rico, the SVI’s are also referred to as the "Passage Islands”. 


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Trail of the Gentle Giants, by Rodrigo Olson
& Belinda Braithwaite

It was January and we’d spent the last few weeks following a group of Sperm Whales (Physeter macrocephalus), crisscrossing the upper half of the Sea of Cortez on the 40ft sloop Balaena, listening and recording their sounds as well as tracking their movements. 

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Diving & Snorkeling Adventure: Turks & Caicos

By Tanya G Burnett & Kevin Palmer - www.islandexposure.us

These islands are as relaxing as it gets for most island-hopping yachtsmen and airline borne visitors. Uncrowded anchorages and beaches are a stone’s throw from awesome snorkeling, small restaurants and historical buildings. And then there is that blue… that mesmerizing shade of turquoise blue. It’s everywhere and positively breathtaking. --> Read more





Diving & Snorkeling Adventure: Florida snorkel adventures

By Tanya G Burnett & Kevin Palmer - www.islandexposure.us

Unique snorkel experiences in Florida including reefs, mangroves and manatees featured in three spectacular spots: Looe Key National Marine Sanctuary, Biscayne National Underwater Park, and Crystal River.

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