The Greenline 36 Hybrid represents a fresh start for the Slovenian yard, we put it to the test - hybrid system and all - in the Solent
The Seaward 42 is an exceptional seagoing craft designed for seriously intrepid boaters who still want to do 25 knots
Come rain or shine, the speedy all-weather Sargo 33 will carry you safely and comfortably to your destination
One-of-a-kind, the Elling E6 forces us to re-examine what it is that we want from our boating
The Rodman 890 Ventura is the first outboard powered boat that the Spanish yard has made for the leisure market. Jack Haines takes it for a spin in a grizzly…
The Swedish yard has always been good at designing practical cruisers, and the new 3-cabin Nimbus 405 Coupe doesn’t disappoint
The 27’s sibling, the English Harbour 29 Offshore, now has the newfound pace to match its amazing grace
Fine tuning has brought the Jeanneau Cap Camarat 7.5 series two bang up to date
The Haines 32 Offshore offers single-level living and an Andrew Wolstenholme hull for sea-going clout. Jack Haines puts it to the test in Norfolk.
A unique layout makes the Privateer Trawler 65 far more than just another displacement mile muncher
Versatility is the name of the game with the English Harbour 27, as it comes with three distinct types of power plant. The smallest engines will enable it to potter…
The North-Line 42 battles the chop of the Wadden Sea and comes up trumps
Bespoke boat building at its best, we get behind the helm of the Dale Classic 35
A solid all-weather performer, this sub 30ft wheelhouse walkaround boat won't let you down
Can a 40ft boat be all things to all men? Jeanneau takes on the impossible to find out
The little ship with a big personality, the Trusty T28 comes with an enclosed helm, a shaftdrive single diesel and a semi-displacement hull
A serious sportsfisher with family credentials
Jeanneau go back to basics with this walkaround sportsfisher.
Standing tall among its rivals, the Princess 52's aim is simple - to conquer all
Azimut's latest flybridge cruiser claims to be as good at going slow as it is going fast. Could this be the hybrid of the future?