he new Palm Beach Motor Yachts GT60 is the epitome of nautical luxury. The classic design features an enclosed helm area with an expansive wraparound windshield just forward of the salon. Down below resides a fully-equipped galley and three staterooms. A yacht this size requires a tender, but rather than having it dangling off the transom or mounted forward under an ungainly davit, the GT60’s enclosed tender garage provides “out of sight” fast and easy access. When powered by Twin Volvo Penta 1,000-hp turbodiesels, the GT60 has a cruising speed of 35 mph. Nudging the throttles forward delivers a top speed in the 40’s. Volvo’s proprietary IPS pod system allows the GT60 to be handled easily, even by a first-time owner, slipping effortlessly into tight dockages. Built in the “other” Palm Beach (in New South Wales, Australia) by noted yachtsman and America’s Cup racer Mark Richards, the GT60 features extensive use of lightweight yet incredibly strong carbon fiber for the deck and superstructure and vinylester infused e-glass and corecell foam for the hull. The result is a yacht that’s fast, beautiful and practical; PalmBeachMotorYachts.com.
Toby & Bill Rohrer have dedicated their time, talent and treasure to causes they passionately believe in — and their efforts have not only changed countless lives, they’ve also inspired others to make a difference with their own contributions.
Key Biscayne is recognized around the world for the generosity and philanthropic endeavors of its residents. Meet a few islanders dedicating their free time toward causes they are passionate about in the hopes of doing their part to help make our community a better place to live, work and prosper.