Power & Motoryacht

A Boat That Thinks

It certainly was a big day in Gothenburg, Sweden. Abaft the boat I was standing upon—a 68-foot Azimut with an almost unnoticeable little sensor mounted under the hardtop overhang—there were literally thousands of spectators gathered, with the Swedish queen and maybe a princess or two (reportedly, the Swedish royals are into boats) crammed in amongst them. Cheers and Swedish flags

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