Crazy nice shot of CLOUD BREAK, the 2016 72.5m Abeking & Rasmussen expedition yacht in British Colombia as she continues her global cruise...
Yacht by @abekingyachts
Photo by @brandondax
Step up, step down! Step on luxury with custom indoor/outdoor carpet! ✂️ We use 3D mapping technology to pattern your boat to get the perfect fit no matter the odd shapes or sizes! 📐With @infinitylwv your #MarineCarpet will #StayCool under foot even in hot sun. It's mold & mildew resistant, stain resistant, won't fade, and it's even #CertifiedGreen what more could you want! 👌 Call us for a quote!
Lio is one of the most famous restaurants of Ibiza. After chartering our 007 🔫🔫 yacht and disembarking in Marina Ibiza, this amazing place is so close. Live a great evening with fantastic live spectacles 🎉🎉 #007yacht#ibiza
Semaya has one of the best flybridge of the Balearics 🏝 Besides the amazing landscapes of Ibiza, you will have exterior TV, Hi-Fi and amazing sunbeds for your total comfort. She has capacity of 12 people and an exclusive service of captain, deckhand, chef and hostess. Don't miss this opportunity and come on board 🛥 #charteranddreams#semayayacht
@bedynamiq launched the new GTT 115
Short URL to the story: YACHTemoceans.com/gtt115
The yacht will be presented at the @monacoyachtshow_official at berth H01. The first is for sale with an asking price of 13.950.000 EUR
Exterior and interior design: @porschedesignofficial
Naval Architecture: @vripack
Pictures: Giuliano Sargentini
We were delighted when we managed to track down some South African Yellow Wood (Podocarpus latifolius or Umkhoda in Zulu) in excellent condition, which had been shipped to the U.K. decades ago, long before it was declared a protected species. This slow-growing and exceptionally long-living tree (some are believed be 1000 years old and still growing) grows up to 30m in height with a 3m diameter trunk and is the national tree of South Africa. We used it for creating this credenza for our client in the beautiful Hampshire countryside.
Maria's a 5 as of this morning. Irma didn't even hit and we're still dealing with the aftermath of debris everywhere and traffic lights down. When I was sitting in the Grove I came across some guys that were telling me that they're homeless now, they lived on these washed up boats. One of their boats is sitting on ransom everglades end zone. Prepare for the worst and hope for the best. Prayers up for Miami in the upcoming days.