Our first look of the Azimut Magellano 76. Azimut really does a good job with this line. And with that adaptable hull and all the space a 76-footer affords, this Magellano should become a heavy hitter in the long-range cruising market.
Our Boat Test of the Marlow Yachts 66E. The Marlow Yachts 66E is a fine, seaworthy vessel. But the detailing and engineering that are generally hallmarks of the Marlow brand push her well beyond such stalwart adjectives.
Our first look at the Neptunus 650. If you ask us, Neptunus absolutely nailed the lines on this versatile and well-thought-out Canadian-built express cruiser.
Our Boat Test of the Beneteau GT40.
French boatbuilder Beneteau seems to understand the lifespan of its models. And when they hit the reset button on one like this, be ready to be impressed. See what we mean here.
Our Boat Test of the Everglades 435.
Florida-built center consoles are not all the same. Some claim pure speed, while some claim rough-water performance. Everglades is ready for action with its new 435. See why here.
Our Boat Test of the Azimut 72 Fly.
European Editor Alan Harper reviews the Azimut 72 Fly and explores how the point where interior volume and performance meet can drive the mind to most pleasant distraction.
Our first look at the Mares 45 Yacht Fish. She may look unorthodox—and believe us she is—but don’t be close-minded, this boat has a whole lot to offer.
Our Boat Test of the Horizon V80.
Gather together, everyone, and check out the Horizon V80. Don’t worry, there’s plenty of room. See what we’re talking about here.
Our Boat Test of the Nordhavn 52.
For cruisers who are in it for the long haul, the Nordhavn 52 is built to last. Get the lowdown on what sets this cruising boat apart from the crowd in our full test here.
Our first look at the Delta 400. The Delta 400 is a design-forward boat with performance numbers that will get just about anyone’s adrenaline up.
Our Boat Test of the Elandra 53 Sport Yacht.
See what happens when some experienced Australian boatbuilders start a new brand of sport yacht. Or just get a load of the Elandra 53. Either way, your eyes will open. See why here.
Our first look at the Prestige 680. With a range of boats between 40 and 75 feet, Prestige has, in recent years, made a strong push into the midsize luxury cruising market. And the company’s popularity should be no surprise considering the attention to detail aboard its boats.
Our Boat Test of the Tiara Q44.
Who better to take you through the capabilities (substantial) and amenities (plenty to go around) of Tiara’s new Q44 than Leon Slikkers of Tiara Yachts. Join Executive Editor Capt. Bill Pike as he joins Slikkers and his team on the Great Lakes. See what happened here.