Power & Motoryacht

The More Things Change...

There is a beautiful classic boat at the other end of the show that would make for a great video!” exclaimed Digital Editor John Turner when we bumped into each other on the docks of the Palm Beach show.

He was right.

The stunning 1913 Matthews, Nymph, was attracting boat nuts like flies to a bug zapper.

Swatting them away was a young woman, representing Ocean

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