Unlike the majority of other smartphones, the Vertu Signature for Bentley—the second handset developed by the high-end phone manufacturer in its five-year partnership with Bentley—does not feature a touchscreen. Instead, the voice-centric phone includes a traditional alphanumeric keypad and a screen protected by scratch-proof sapphire, the second-most-durable natural material in the world. The Signature provides top-notch call quality, while side-mounted speakers ensure optimal sound
A blisteringly loud, compact PA system with a welcome clubby edge
Our man applauds the tailors cutting a dash with black tie
In leather, wood and recycled materials, £170
In St Andrews’ whisky-cocktail bar, will it be McIlroy or Spieth toasting victory in the Open Championship?
The June premium cars sales numbers are in and BMW takes the lead ahead of Mercedes-Benz.
California-based tuning shop Dinan releases a new update to the power kit for the new BMW M3 and M4 . The Stage 2 DINANTRONICS tune represents a sizable increase in power and torque over Stage 1 with users being able to expect gains of 56 hp at 6000 rpm and 58 lb-ft of torque at just 4000 rpm. The Stage 2 tune remains 50 state emissions legal and for those enthusiasts who already purchased DINANTRONICS Stage 1, they only pay the $250 difference between the two tunes.To reliably sustain these big gains, the new kit includes the Dinan Free Flow exhaust and Carbon Cold Air Intake.
In 2012, Highland Park—a remote distillery that was founded more than two centuries ago on northern Scotland’s windswept island of Orkney (once a favored Viking haunt)—created the Valhalla Collection, a limited-edition collection of cask-strength single malts that each pay tribute to a different Norse god.
A new bar opens at a beloved Positano hotel
The 68 meter Abeking & Rasmussen Aviva, pictured here in Albany in the Bahamas, was built in 2007 to a Reymond Langton Design. Her distinctive grey hull and sheer bow make her instantly recognisable even in the most crowded of anchorages
This month we looked at the top stories in the latest magazines: Boat International, Showboats International, Dockwalk, Superyacht Business and Superyacht World, the Superyacht Report and Boote Exclusiv
The new Reichel Pugh Nauta Baltic 130’ is Nauta Design’s largest sailing yacht ever designed, and the studio’s fourth collaboration with Baltic Yachts.
Superyachts Romea and Aquila were spotted together last month in the UK, when both yachts made a stop at the Isle of Man.
Three of CRN’s latest superyachts will be on displayed at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show. They include the new 55m Atlante, the 61 Saramour and Yalla, a 73m superyacht designed by Omega Architects
Sunseeker has revealed new renderings of the new Sunseeker 116 Yacht, which is expected to launch in 2016.
Superyacht Ann G, launched by Heesen Yachts a couple of weeks ago, is seen in this video returning from her seatrials. Ann G is a 50 metre custom superyacht, designed by Clifford Denn. The steel-hulled, full-displacement yacht features naval architecture in consultation with Van Oossanen and engineering by Heesen’s in-house team of experts
Tankoa Yachts announced earlier this week that the 69 metre Suerte was successfully launched at their shipyard in Genoa.
Superyacht Sea Eagle recently had her mast fitted by Royal Huisman, as seen in this photo taken by one of our readers. Following her delivery, Sea Eagle is expected to cruise extensively, participating in occasional regattas and various yachts show around the world
The designer takes to the studio for his new home accessories venture