Absolute’s newest model comes standard with “why didn’t I think of that?” solutions.
This Italian-built, 54-footer offers luxury design and solid hull construction.
The Tactical T40 is a product of the Great White North's extreme conditions. We head to Vancouver to give it a test.
With plenty of propulsion options to choose from, Greenline’s 45 Fly is the perfect blend of performance and livability.
An economical and voluminous trawler-style yacht from Italy, tested in its home waters.
From one of the first companies to design a trawler, the Grand Banks 54 ushers cruising yachts into the modern age.
The new 26-foot center console adds more fishing features to a proven platform.
With help from imaginative design concepts and a pool on the foredeck, the Sirena 88 strays into superyacht territory.
A post-quarantine sea trial of the Hunt 63 reminds the author that the only way to create something beautiful is by embracing collaboration.
The Leopard 53 Powercat touts its bluewater cruising ability and generous accommodations on a jaunt to the Bahamas.
The Cali-based, father-son team of Mike and Barrett Howarth jump from building center consoles to sportfishermen with the Mag Bay 42.
Ferretti’s latest offering combines innovation and sophisticated styling in a true-to-form hull design capable of 30-plus knots.
Whether it’s the retracting sunroof or dropping the throttle, the Azimut Atlantis 45 commands attention wherever she may roam.
Early hiccups put a passion project on ice. Recently revived, with the help of Sanlorenzo, the Bluegame BGX70 is here.
Sharing a hull design with the next-generation Targa 65, the Fairline Squadron 68 offers clever solutions to age-old problems.
Beauty and classic design elements tend to win out for Riva's elegant marque. The Dolceriva is no exception.
A test of the Prestige 420 Flybridge allows the author to give his youngest a taste of the salt life.
Fairline and Princess have developed their own cutting-edge dayboats. We put both to the test.
VIDEO: Testing 3 Yamaha-Powered Center Consoles at Once. What's better than a boat test during the Miami boat show? THREE tests, that's what. The editors escape the show aboard new models from Jupiter, Sea Fox and Wellcraft.
Compared to its predecessors, the Wallytender 48 is longer, wider and optimized for IPS drives.
Prestige was so confident in their 460 that they loaned it to us for the summer so we could put the boat–and ourselves–through the ringer.
The Palm Beach 70—the builder’s new flagship—has been compared to a modern commuter yacht. This made the editors wonder: could it beat modern transportation to Manhattan? A race was born.
The Hinckley Sport Boat 40x draws on the lineage of its parent company for a new outboard-powered model that defies categorization.
To celebrate their 10th anniversary–and perhaps put the industry on notice–MCY ups the ante by launching three new models.