RIB and Sportsboat reviews from Motor Boat & Yachting magazine


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Windy 25 Mirage test review video

After years of telling the world that the best cuddy cabin sportboat is the Windy 25 Mirage, Nick Burnham finally gets the chance to find out if he was right

smartboat 23 review video

Designed in France, built in Poland and now for sale in the UK, the Smartboat 23 is perhaps the funkiest dayboat to hit the water in years.


James Bond style, Brooke Bond price, are these exciting aluminium XOs as good as they seem?

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Windys are always expected to deliver, but big changes behind the scenes mean this Kharma has even more to prove

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The 30ft sportsboat sector has a new champion: meet Sessa's exceptionally stylish C32

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A rejuvenated hull and a new eye for detail delivers a very capable RIB

ocean master

OceanMaster release its affordable 570 and 630 vessels for those boaters about to take the plunge


Our rating:  90%


For those who thought hardtops were only for 38ft sportscruisers, think again!


Nick takes the new Evo 750wa for a spin to see what it offers

VanDutch 40

Read our review of the VanDutch 40 and watch footage from our boat test online

Sessa Key Largo One | Reviews | Motor Boats Monthly

This Italian supermini goes long on style, but how does it hold up in the handling stakes?


Our rating:  70%

Karnic 2452 | Motor Boats Monthly

It's a good-looking 23 footer for sure, but how did it perform on the water?


Our rating:  85%

Albatro 50

High performance Italian brand to go on sale in Britain

XS-700 Deluxe

This proved to be one of MBM's best Cruising Club support boats yet


Our rating:  80%

Rinker 210MTX

An impressive starting price for this twin-tip sportsboat


Our rating:  60%

Four Winns SL222

This is 22ft of cutting-edge sportsboat design


Our rating:  80%


New Zodiac n-ZO - In a first for the company, Zodiac have launched a cabin RIB

vanguard 64

Valiant Vanguard 64 - Valiant claim to have made a truly environmentally friendly, green boat?