On the face of it, the Princess 68 looks like another perfectly rounded, effortlessly capable if somewhat straight-laced flybridge. The exterior is handsome and timeless, typically restrained and likely to…
Flybridge motor boat reviews from Motor Boat & Yachting magazine
The new flybridge from Princess has undergone its first sea trial, hitting a top speed in excess of 30 knots
Dave Marsh travels to Savona to test the new Azimut 50
The Sealine F380 is the first new Sealine since the takeover by Hanse Group
We put the new Privateer Flybridge 49 to the test out on a very cold IJsselmeer in the Netherlands
If anyone can add excitement to the functional 40ft flybridge market, it's the Italian yard
An impressive master cabin on a 45-footer separates this boat from the competition
Germany takes on the establishment as Bavaria launches its first flybridge cruiser.
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Can this entry-level flybridge boat deliver the goods?
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What can Princess offer in an already crowded 50ft class?
No nonsense, solid French flybridge bruiser
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One of the safest, most practical three-cabin cruisers on the market
The first ever Sessa flybridge is certainly a stylish number, and they've packed in some IPS II drives
A successor to the popular Antares 10.80 - but is it as good?
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