Read detailed reviews of the Castello 613HT, Aquador 35C Botnia Targa 32, XO 270RS Cabin, Grandezza 27DC, Flipper 670ST, Flipper 670DC, Yamarin 65 Day Cruiser, Yamarine 76DC and Buster XL Pro SC
Given how good the Flipper 670ST is, what happens if you put a sportsboat deck on it and give it another 50hp? It turns into my perfect boat! The below foredeck cuddy sleeps two and contains a sea toilet, losing the day space and visibility of the ST in return for the utterly gorgeous sleek lines of the bigger 760DC (on the water you need to look for the badge to tell them apart). The thick substantial windscreen frame mildly obscures vision, but elevate yourself slightly by lifting the bolster and wedging yourself against the angled footplate for the perfect driving position to really indulge yourself. The extra horsepower over the ST ratchets the performance up to 11, and that fabulous hull handles it with ease. Topping out past 40 knots, it’s actually possible to cruise in the high 30s, even across a fairly choppy sea. Without doubt the most capable weekender of this size I’ve ever driven.
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Price from: £33,041
LOA: 21ft 10in (6.66m)
Beam: 8ft 2in (2.48m)
Engine: Mercury Verado 250hp petrol outboard
Max speed: 42 knots