There’s an old sailing joke. Q: Why did the pirate take the small schooner? A: He was worried about miles per galleon. By definition in Britannica, a Schooner is a sailing ship with sails rigged both fore-and-aft on
California is nice. But everyone knows things are bigger in Texas. And now, after nearly 10 years of building a healthy private aviation solution business—at the lowest price point on the market– executives at California-based JetSuite Inc. are heading
Labor Day is a celebration of the American worker, and that extra-long weekend is also an unofficial end to the summer vacation season. So naturally Labor Day weekend is one of the busiest and best times for going afloat.
Sometimes it’s easy to underestimate the things that are in our own backyard. For instance, the Winterfest Boat Parade which kicks off the holidays in South Florida every year. How big a deal is it?
It’s the kind of headline no one wants to see, especially someone engaged with private flying: Roy Halladay, the famous two-time Cy Young Award-winning pitcher, dying when his ICON A5 plane crashed into the Gulf of Mexico.
There is something about the fluidity of the spiral shape that proves pleasing to the eye. Certainly the curves building outward upon themselves yield interest to what might otherwise be a building that is merely blocky and geometric. What
Not everyone—even architects—could be blamed for not knowing the name of the man dubbed “The Father of the Skyscraper.” But indeed one man, after designing more than 200 tall buildings across the Midwest, was called just this. Frank Lloyd
Have you ever seen an auction that ended up with an item selling for millions? How about for more than $100 million? If not, watch below and you’ll see last week’s Sotheby’s auction where the Jean-Michel Basquiat painting ‘Untitled’
On February 6, 2016 one of the worlds largest cruise ships, Royal Caribbean’s Anthem of the Seas, made a risky decision to set sail from New Jersey to the Bahamas with a major storm brewing in the Atlantic Ocean.