Power & Motoryacht

Know When to Fold ‘Em

I spent several days at the Miami boat show, one of five I normally attend each year. I see a lot of boats, many of them over and over again. If you’ve been to half as many boat shows as I have recently, you know that there’s a an undeniable trend emerging among boats over 35 feet: transoms, bulwarks, hullsides and T-tops that open, rotate,

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