See the Sessa C38 on stand SO43
What is it?
The smallest in Sessa’s hugley talented ‘C’ range.
Why is it worth a look?
A first rung on a ladder which includes some of the best sportscruisers we’ve tested, Sessa style with a sensible price tag.
Read the full report on this and all the other new boats at the Tullett Prebon London Boat Show in the February 2010 issue of MBY.
Price as reviewed:
Top Speed: 36 knots
Beam: Beam 12ft 6in (3.81m)
Cruising Speed: 26-28 knots
Length Overall: 38ft 5in (11.71m)
Engines: Twin Volvo 300hp D4 sterndrive