Power & Motoryacht

Boston, MA

It may be steeped in history, but Boston is always evolving, especially along the waterfront. That’s one reason local boaters say they’ll never tire of their homeport. “There’s no need to go anywhere else,” says John Blanken, who’s been plying these waters since he was a kid, first on sailboats, then on power cruisers, including the 48 Sabre he just bought. “I often entertain aboard and I like to take my guests on boat tours of the area. Everybody

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