This 44ft flybridge is a serious departure from traditional boatbuilding that will shock traditionalists but inspire those willing to think outside the box
In the Azimut 72, it’s great to find such an overtly glamorous flybridge cruiser with such terrific practical detailing
The Galeon 420 Fly offers a huge amount of customisation - including the choice between shafts, sterndrives and IPS pods - solid build quality and a keen price, we put…
The first model from the Plymouth yard built from the hull upwards to be a sportsbridge, the Princess S65 could be the best example of genre yet
The Prestige 680 goes into battle against some seriously talented rivals with an inspired layout and impressive value for money on its side
You rarely hear ‘custom boatbuilding’ and ‘affordable prices’ mentioned in the same breath, but the Dominator 800 has achieved that
Aimed towards European tastes, can the Sea Ray L650 take the fight to the big names on this side of the pond?
The Jeanneau Velasco 37F proves to be a seriously practical and well-rounded flybridge cruiser
With an interior to die for and sparkling performance, the Princess 68 looks to be the whole package
The new flybridge from Princess has undergone its first sea trial, hitting a top speed in excess of 30 knots
Motor Boats Monthly tested the brand new Sealine F380 out on the Baltic Sea
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.
How the new Pro epithet has given this tough old seadog a new lease of life
The Sealine F48 is classy, customisable and a real contender for the flybridge crown
A victim of its own success perhaps, but the ubiquity of the F33 combined with current market forces mean that these boats are now seriously good value.