Lean on the throttles a little and you get economy. Lean on ‘em a lot and you get a ride you won’t believe.
While the Buzzards Bay 34’s ride was no doubt explainable in terms of naval architecture, it retained a certain ineffability nevertheless. I mean, here we were—Buzzards Bay honcho Russell Hunt and yours truly—slicing blithely through a half-crazy
Just about any boatbuilder will claim its vessel has the "latest(!), innovative(!) technologies" and "represents an entirely new direction." Yet, once you get onboard, you often discover that while the boat may be nice, she's not necessarily the "next big thing" in boating.
But the Buzzards Bay 33, which I recently tested out of Plymouth, Massachusetts, is different. She's a no-frills