Attessa IV: The Superyacht Revival Story

People who don’t know Dennis Washington wonder why he rebuilds yachts instead of building new custom ones. For Washington, who made his mark in heavy industry, a good hull is his version of a clean sheet of paper; on it he builds his dream along the principles of what he perceives as the best of Dutch boat building. Redoing yachts is his passion, pleasure and relaxation.

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Atlas: The Adventurer's Dream

Project Atlas is an exciting new luxury explorer yacht design being developed in cooperation with Northrop & Johnson for Mondomarine. A 42-meter expedition superyacht, the M42 Atlas is being planned as one of the most multifunctional yachts ever conceived for the recreational market. An answer to every adventurer's dream, its creation has been evaluated every step of the way to ensure that each meter of space has been used to its maximum potential.

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Crescent 108 Yacht Exterior

Crescent 108: For Family Adventures

We wanted to create an elegant and contemporary yacht suited to family adventures and cruising with children of all ages. Designed with multiple entertainment areas, three decks and an open layout, the Crescent 108 is well-tailored to both hosting guests and sharing private family moments. Living quarters include a massive master suite and 3 guest cabins, comfortably accommodating up to 8 people total. Crew quarters lie aft, in a private area with direct access to the galley, engine room, and deck that allows for quick and discrete operation of the yacht.

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Tactical Custom Boats: BC Reliability

Tactical Custom Boats have remarkable DNA. The brand was created with the expertise of Greg C. Marshall Naval Architects, and the proven building construction skills and experience of Platinum Marine and Crescent Custom Yachts. The knowledge from these highly experienced marine experts have come together to create truly unique boats with an emphasis on safety, performance, and style. Tactical employs “big boat” mechanical and electrical systems using top-of-the-line components and robust installation standards.

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Whale Watching Vessels: Balancing Humans & Nature

Alan McGillivray has made a $3.5-million bet on Victoria and he may be considering a second one. The president of adventure-tour operator Prince of Whales said he believes in the city, its economy and its ability to draw millions of tourists each year, which is why he spent $3.5 million to design and build a new 95-passenger catamaran, the Salish Sea Dream. The nimble nature of the vessel allows it to get off the main routes between the Island and the mainland and explore areas around the Gulf Islands and follow the wildlife.

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