The Fairline Targa 53 Gran Turismo could be the boat to revive the Oundle yard's fortunes. How does it fair on trial? Jack Haines finds out
The Swedish yard has always been good at designing practical cruisers, and the new 3-cabin Nimbus 405 Coupe doesn’t disappoint
Corsiva Coaster 720 GT is great for low and high speed day boating, but with the potential for over-night stops too
The Beneteau Gran Turismo 40 marks a new dawn for the French yard's good value sportscruiser range, as Nick Burnham reports
The 27’s sibling, the English Harbour 29 Offshore, now has the newfound pace to match its amazing grace
Nick Burnham puts the gorgeous Chris-Craft Launch 36 through the ringer in moody Italian conditions
The Draco 22RS is tested to the limit in rough Solent seas
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
An amazingly practical, impressively roomy, storage-rich, feature-laden jack of all trades, the Marex 375 has few peers
Fine tuning has brought the Jeanneau Cap Camarat 7.5 series two bang up to date
The Shearwater 890 has the looks of a superyacht tender at the price of a mainstream boat giving this new 9.0m RIB serious buyer appeal
The Elan Power 30 boasts a Tony Castro hull, twin diesels on sterndrives and two excellent cabins - we put it to the test in Poole
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.
Life in the slow lane, but with more space and more ingenuity than ever on the Linssen Grand Sturdy 52.9
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
The Prestige 420 S is the only boat in the class with a separate access master cabin but is it any more than a one-trick pony?
The Jeanneau Leader 36 is put to the test in the choppy seas off Cannes
An inspired combination of glassfibre and aluminium, the XO 250 oozes strength, sophistication and practicality in equal measure, writes Dave Marsh