Named after the percentage of the world covered by water, 71% magazine is a fresh look at the world of ultra-luxury and the opportunities for inspiration only delivered by the unique access of a superyacht lifestyle.

Places #3: Cape Verde

Islands lost in the middle of the sea forgotten in an angle of the world – where the waves cradle abuse embrace…

Unforgettable

Once a year, at the St Barths Bucket, sun-soaked superyachts become spray-soaked super-competitors in the swashbuckling regatta that anyone who’s anyone wants to experience…

Worth Getting To Know: Nick Woodman

Not such a crazy dude

He gets as much of a thrill from surfing and car racing as from being the highest-paid CEO in the US – GoPro’s Nick Woodman may be known as ‘the mad billionaire’, but appearances can be deceptive…

There’s Simply Nothing Like This

From watches and cars to experiences and fonts (above), a unique world of the utterly bespoke is out there, just waiting to be created…

Places #2: Goa

A cab ride to the side of a dusty coastal road, a man holding a sign that reads “Take Me Elsewhere”. A walk over a bamboo bridge, through a creek, some coconut groves and then…

Meet the Neighbours

Are the days numbered for London and New York being first choice with those seeking the best of luxury living?

Places #1: Lebanon

The cool air of late summer is as pleasing to a well-tuned engine as it is to the rest of us, especially after a hot season. It’s even better when...

Perfect Circle

There are one-of-a-kind gifts for the man or woman who has everything. And then there are one-of-a-kind gifts for the man or woman who has everything...

Into Thin Air

Ask a pilot and they will tell you that the best sunrise on Earth is that seen from the cockpit of a 747 flying over the Indian Ocean...

Rock Stars

The last time that The Historic Pink diamond was allowed to sparkle freely in the natural light of day, the second world war was in full swing. It was the 1940s...

Escape Pod

The old adage of, ‘Wherever I lay my hat, that’s my home’, is truer for superyacht owners than most, and usually a wanderlust for somewhere remote...

A Notch Above

Luxury can so easily be a sham, layering ornament and “complication” over what is essentially prosaic. But, every so often, something appears that makes us look again at an object...

Hot Metal

The American muscle car: loud, fast, powerful… glamorous. When they arrived in the US in the 1960s alongside rock ’n’ roll, drag racing and hip counter-culture movies...

Deep Impulse

In an (undersea) world where hi-tech personal submarines are becoming almost as common as private jets in the increasingly crowded skies above them...

Smile Please

Whether climbing peaks in the Himalayas or kayaking down the Amazon, there’s an art to a man staying groomed at the edge...

Brain Storm

Ferran Adrià, the world’s most famous chef and pioneer of gastronomic innovation, is not a man who likes to repeat himself...

Deserted Island

The small Caribbean idyll of Barbuda is a brilliant bundle of contradictions: an unimaginably beautiful location with an ugly history (for 150 years its inhabitants worked the land as slaves or were sent as labourers to the sugar plantations of nearby Antigua)...

Into Unchartered Waters with Ben Ainslie

“frankly, it was terrifying at times”

The most successful Olympic sailor ever is out to break the mould again. And when Ben Ainslie says he’s serious, you’d best believe him…

Adventure Awaits

Exploration is a primal human instinct – and one that can be given dramatic free rein with a global go-anywhere superyacht…

The New Patrons

It all began with Andy Warhol in 1985, At least, it did for Absolut vodka which, back then, was still a new Swedish import, being shipped to America on a modest scale...

Art on a Boat

“A yacht is a home, and why wouldn’t you want to be accompanied by fine art in your home?” US billionaire entrepreneur Norman Braman is a man who...

Electric Dream

Everyone needs an electric supercar, and Tesla’s Model D, unveiled last October, will be high on a few wishlists. But to really stand out from the crowd...

Extinct Craft

Artistic watches have proliferated over recent years, as haute horlogerie brands invest heavily in enamellers...

Gene Genious

Science and technology have reshaped most areas of our lives in the past 20 years, from how we shop, work and travel to how and what we communicate to each other...

Places #3: The Faroe Islands

The light often takes centre stage in the Faroes, a cluster of 18 remote islands in the North Atlantic that form an autonomous province of Denmark...

Paradise Lost

Uninhabited islets, white sands, nesting turtles and colonies of brilliantly coloured reef fish are reason enough to travel to the coral archipelago of Tuvalu...

Touch Sensitive

Some data is too sensitive to fall into enemy hands – especially if the enemy is a rival investor trying to get a glimpse of your plans. Up to now, military-level encryption and ultra-secure cloud services have been enough...

Taste Maker

There are more super-rich families in São Paolo than anywhere else in Latin America, and the city is doing its best to cater to their needs...

Art Class

“I get excited about art when it makes me hit my own pause button. I don’t have to understand it, in fact I like not understanding it right away...

Worth Getting To Know: Jim Clark

Defining art is an elusive proposition. Identifying an artist is a bit easier. An artist is a person who does not fit the status quo, someone who sees what we don’t see and who views the world...