Motor Boat & Yachting's run down of what we think are twelve of the most important new models on display at the 2017 Southampton Boat Show

Cockwells Duchy 35

Cockwells Duchy 35 – Berth M200

Cockwells Duchy 35

Cockwells Duchy 35

The 35 is the third and largest model in the Cockwells Duchy range of handcrafted semi-production wheelhouse cruisers.

With single or twin-cabin layouts and a generous bathroom with separate shower, the 35 propels the Duchy range out of the realm of weekenders and offers space for extended stays on board.

The cockpit and wheelhouse offer flexible living spaces with twin sliding hatches and a side door adjacent to the helm ensuring natural light and ventilation are in abundance.

Though the hull is GRP and created in a semi-production fashion, the interior is entirely handcrafted and can be customised according to the wishes of the owner.

The semi-displacement Andrew Wolstenholme hull should provide sure-footed seakeeping and is teamed with a pair of 270hp Nanni diesels for an estimated top speed of 25 knots.

Prices start from £390,000 for a twin-screw version but a single-shaft model is available for £360,000.

Contact Cockwells. Tel: +44 (0)1326 377366. Web: www.cockwells.co.uk

  1. 1. Introduction
  2. 2. Princess 55
  3. 3. Sealine C430
  4. 4. Bénéteau Swift Trawler 35
  5. 5. Fairline Squadron 53
  6. 6. Hardy 65
  7. 7. Cockwells Duchy 35
  8. 8. Trader 42 Signature
  9. 9. Fjord 36 xpress
  10. 10. Alfastreet 23 Cabin
  11. 11. Prestige 520
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