For many people "North European" boating is a euphemism for cold and wet boating. So it's a pity that that's what aft-cabin powerboats such as the 444 are primarily associated
All the Apreamare boats are noisy, and it's easy to see why. Their enginerooms draw in air - and with no baffles, salt water too - through large grills in…
We tested the Emerald 30 in a gentle swell and a Force 2 wind. In these moderate conditions, it displayed the same admirable handling characteristics as its bigger sister.
Sealine’s new 35ft sportscruiser has taken design to a whole new level, with outstanding spec and space
It comes with a state-of-the-art hardtop and joystick controls as standard, but is the Targa 44 worth the hefty price tag?
Sterndrives, performance and economy make the Princess V45 a winner
First image of UK firm's latest
First images of Jeanneau's exciting new 42 foot sportscruiser
If you feel the need for speed then Sunseeker's Superhawk 34, capable of up to 45 knots, will be your idea of GRP heaven
If you’re looking for an upmarket cruiser with plenty of style, Fairline’s flamboyant Squadron 43 is not to be sniffed at…
Luxury on the water – and who says a 50-footer can’t turn?
Space, style and luxury cruising, sir? We have just the thing...
Probably the cheapest flybridge cruiser that you can buy
Quite simply, the Princess 42 sets the benchmark for others to follow...
The boat's attractions are obvious: it's a small, sporty weekender, with sleeping accommodation for six and has a top speed of 40 knots
The Fairline Fifty was an instant success, selling 24 models in its first six months and ultimately achieving an astonishing run of 125 craft
A boat with very flexible accommodation and its strongest market in the Med
A boat with outstanding seakeeping and very flexible accomodation