Sportscruiser motor boat reviews from Motor Boat & Yachting magazine

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Marino APB 27

Is this 'all-purpose boat' from Marino all the boat you'll ever need?

£167,500.00

Our rating:  80%

Azimut 40S running

Azimut 40S review from the Genoa Boat Show 2009

£414,000.00
Princess V42

Princess opts for the best of both worlds by keeping its hardtop soft

£336,547.00

Our rating:  80%

Sessa C689

See the full test of the Sessa C68 in MBY December 2009

£1,540,000.00
Sessa C43

Sessa C43 - great looking hardtop with a big sunroof and a first-class helm

£4,100,000.00
Sea Ray 395

Sea Ray 395 Sundancer - a well-built, chunky US sportscruiser with a secret weapon under the hull

£328,700.00
Sealine

Sealine SC47 - sealine's phantasmagorical design motifs manifest themselves in their latest twin-cabin sportscruiser

£366,000.00
Reviera 5000 Sport Yacht

New Riviera 5000 Sport Yacht - Australia's largest luxury boat builder launches the fifth member of their sport yacht range, equipped with CMD Zeus pod drives

Windy 44

Windy Chinook 44 - As far as we know, the Chinook is unique amongst sportscruisers in offering sterndrive and IPS as alternatives

£475,224.00
sunseeker

Sunseeker Predator 92 Sport - "Ninety-two feet of pure beauty and luxury," say Sunseeker, and who are we to argue?

£3,340,000.00
numarine 55

Numarine 55 HT & Sport - A sign of the times: three different models based on one hull

£554,300.00
Fjord 40 Cruiser

Fjord 40 Cruiser - extreme style yet remarkably practical

£295,128.00
Elan Yachts Power 48

Elan Power 48 - refreshingly different to the current crop of hardtop sportscruisers

£435,000.00