I started working in Italy with the aluminum race boat builder CUV (Cantieri Uniti Viareggio) in 1987, just as offshore ...Read more
At first glance, Dasher appears to have no power at all, with its low-slung flush deck and minimalist furniture raised a ...Read more
If you have never been to Ft. Lauderdale you probably can’t image the sea of boats that awaits you, docked in front of ...Read more
End of an Era
Sex certainly doesn’t come new to boating. History tells us that Mark Antony was setting the rhythm for the oarsmen aboa ...Read more
Walking the Walk
In the late 1970s I moved from my home state of California to New Orleans to get my first shot at professional boat desi ...Read more
Back in the offshore racing days of the 1980s, at the time of Miami’s infamous cocaine cowboys, I knew quite a few reall ...Read more
How pure can yacht design be?
I decided to write a hit piece on this arrogant stylist posing as a yacht designer. Before tearing him apart, I conceded ...Read more
When Does a Megayacht Mean Something More?
Offshore powerboat racing has always had its share of mysterious people of questionable backgrounds, so I took it in str ...Read more
Sonny Levi: Master of the Hull Form
In 1994, we were visiting the build of the 117-foot motoryacht Lady Tiffany in Portsmouth, England, and my wife and I de ...Read more
While MPYD raceboats have made history and have established a worldwide reputation for Michael Peters Yacht Design, the company’s philosophy—to improve the performance and efficiency of every boat—permeates every project in the portfolio. Every custom yacht and series production boat has been designed to outperform its predecessor and to push the limits of engineering, style and function. Regardless of the boat’s purpose, each carries the same high quality standards that define Michael Peters Yacht Design.
- The No-Show
19 Mar, 2018
- Silent Roar
15 Jan, 2018
- Stayin’ Alive
15 Dec, 2017