Speed has been added to the equation with Cutwater’s newest 302 Sport Coupe. You can kiss the single step that energized the inboard-powered C-30 Sedan goodbye. The 302 has two, with “Laminar Flow Interrupters” (more on that later) that get this Sport Coupe moving.
Our first look at the Nordic Tug 44. The Nordic Tug 42 was a heck of a boat, but she had a drawback or two. Her re-designed, and considerably refined replacement, the Nordic Tug 44, addresses the biggest of the lot with yachty panache.
Power & Motoryacht's first look at the Azimut Grande 95RPH.
When Azimut designed the Grande 95RPH, they were attempting to create perhaps the world’s sleekest raised-pilothouse design. You be the judge of whether this new boat lives up to those lofty standards.
A boat like the MJM 50z doesn’t just fall from the heavens. It takes a whole lot of design ingenuity and hands-on know-how to build a boat like that. We went behind the scenes to show you exactly what it takes to build a boat.
When Capt. Bill Bike heard about two otherwise nearly identical Rivieras, one powered by Cummins Zeus pods and the other powered by Volvo Pentas, he knew what he had to do. Test them to see which runs better, of course.
With salty yet graceful lines and an abundance of onboard space thanks to that big flying bridge, the Grand Banks Eastbay FB is a quintessential cruiser with a serious pedigree. Read all about her here.
Power & Motoryacht's Boat Test of the Ferretti 750
With a huge flying bridge, and an elegant, customizable interior, the Ferretti 750 is a pleasure to be onboard. But you might be surprised where she really impressed us when we gave her a full sea trial.
Our Boat Test of the Baglietto MV13. With lines inspired by the military and high speeds that will remind you of a torpedo, the Italian-built Baglietto MV13 is one of the more unique boats we’ve tested in a while. Our editor took her for spin and liked what he saw.