Ebony's first yacht - an 80-plus-footer - boasted an interior the likes of whose elegance and uniqueness I have not seen before or since. And, of course, true to the company's name, you'll find rare ebony wood throughout all its boats.
The new 65 debuted at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show and quickly became the talk of the angling community. Despite being built in Indonesia, the 65 sports the latest American equipment such as Simrad electronics, ICOM radios, Eskimo ice maker, Sea Recovery watermaker, Detroit MTU diesel power and an Onan generator. It also benefits from having the lines drawn by Australian naval architect Frank Woodnutt, who enjoys a reputation as one of the finest sportfishing designers today.