Boats

Boats

Princess 60

The Princess 60 is a boat perfectly suited for entertaining on the water. The well-lit saloon features a U-shape sofa and coffee table with a settee opposite, while down below three cabins offer even more comfort. Up top on the flying bridge, a dining table with panoramic views that is sure to delight your guests.

Nautica RIB Express 42

Nautica RIB Express 42

Nautica RIB is upping the ante for rigid inflatable tenders with its 42-foot Express model. She will be the largest in her line for the company, which makes Express models as compact as 16 feet. The boat, for which Nautica has already received six orders, promises to be a well-outfitted sidekick for any megayacht as it’s

Blue Planet 32

Blue Planet 32

By now it’s no secret—fossil fuels are a finite resource, and someday (possibly soon) the leisure marine industry may need to look to alternative energy sources to power its boats through the waves. At the forefront of that movement is Blue Planet Catamarans of Beaufort, North Carolina. The company’s 32-footer is

Riviera 53 Enclosed Flybridge

Riviera 53 Enclosed Flybridge

In May 2011 at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show in Australia, Riviera splashed its 53 Enclosed Flybridge, a boat that, judging by early customer response, is already a star. As of presstime, the Australian builder had received 12 orders for the model, due in no small part to its layout, which features an aft

Bering Yachts B50

The Bering Sea, that harsh and notoriously unforgiving stretch of ocean that separates North America from Asia, may very well have met its match in the ruggedly built, steel-hull B50 from Bering Yachts. The B50 was conceived as the ultimate midrange passagemaker and so is equipped with many useful weapons to help her wage war

Sessa Fly 45

Sessa Fly 45

Sessa Marine’s Cristian Grande-designed Fly 45, which will splash September at the Cannes Boat Show, promises to optimize space onboard as few yachts of her size currently do. The boat’s namesake flying bridge should be able to accommodate as many as ten people (not including the helmsman) who will most likely congregate

Ferretti 720

Ferretti 720

Ferretti’s latest flying-bridge cruiser promises to be a popular choice among younger owners looking for a stylishly modern boat with remarkably nimble handling. The exterior is marked by sporty lines and a “roll bar” with an integrated bimini top that can shade much of the spacious flying bridge. There’s plenty of room up top—enough

Bayliss B16 84-foot Orion

Bayliss B16 84-foot Orion

Established in 2002, Bayliss Boatworks is a relative new-comer to the rugged world of Outer Banks boatbuilding. But the company’s somewhat brief history hasn’t stopped it from turning out quality boats that can compete with the best of them and look

Frauscher 717 GT

Frauscher 717 GT

Those seeking a dollop of old-school, central-European cool would do well to check out the 717 GT from Austria’s Frauscher Boats, which was voted 2010 European Powerboat of the Year. She’s in possession of both striking looks and, according to her builder, admirable

EML 65 Sportfish

EML 65 Sportfish

Whether it’s Cocos Island or the Great Barrier Reef, serious fishermen know that the biggest fish often live in remote areas of the world’s oceans. If you’re one of the intrepid anglers who braves these waters, you’ll want to check out the 65 Sportfish from EML.

Sabre 48 Salon Express

 

Sabre 48 Salon Express

 

The best-laid plans of mice and men may often go awry, but it certainly seems they turned out all right for Sabre Yachts and its 48 Salon Express, which splashed this past April. Every aspect of her plan combines to make her an excellent cruiser that makes efficient

Key Largo 34

Sessa’s Key Largo 34 promises to be one heck of a dayboat. With a top speed said to approach 52 mph she’s got more than enough pop in her to get your blood pumping. And if that isn’t enough sizzle for you, her loads of outdoor space—including a large sunpad in her bow—will ensure that your tan stays flawless. A good match for anyone looking for either a tender or

Fjord 36 Open

The Fjord 36 Open recently performed well in her early sea trials on a blustery day in the Med. The builder says she reached speeds as high as 51 mph while powering admirably through the snot. That speed is not totally surprising considering she’s got two 300-hp Volvo D4s propelling her along her way, though it does make for tantalizing speculation as to just how