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Jeanneau 509

As the flagship of the popular Jeanneau Sun Odyssey range, the 509 has a lot to live up to and it doesn’t disappoint, as Kevin Green finds out.

Published: Wednesday, 05 September 2012

Azimut - Magellano 50

The Magellano 50 from Azimut builds on the brand’s first experience with the introductory 74, giving owners the chance to cruise long distances economically and in style

Published: Wednesday, 05 September 2012

Monte Carlo Yachts 65

The sophomoric follow up to the highly successful Monte Carlo 76 shows that the firm has built on its success to develop an even more compelling yacht – suited even for owner-operators.

Published: Wednesday, 05 September 2012

Farr 400

The Farr 400 from Premium Composites in the UAE offers buyers a cost-effective solution, with ease of shipping as well as performance being primary concerns

Published: Thursday, 30 August 2012

Grand Banks – Aleutian 76RP

The new flagship yacht from Grand Banks, the Aleutian 76, is a conventional yacht with modern convenience and good design, offering comfort and reliability at sea for long range cruising

Published: Tuesday, 10 July 2012

Lagoon 620 (2012)

Two are better than one, according to some – aside from the normal benefits of a catamaran, Tork Buckley finds some nice engineering aboard the new Lagoon 620, making her ideal for charter or private use in the tropics

Published: Tuesday, 10 July 2012

Jeanneau Prestige 550

French nous with Italian flare has resulted in the Prestige 550, an elegant ultra-modern cruiser that offers enough technical wizardry to even first time owners comfortable at the helm

Published: Tuesday, 10 July 2012

Pendennis – Hemisphere

Hemisphere, the world’s largest luxury catamaran, was launched to considerable fanfare and was the star of the 2011 Monaco Yacht Show, and was built for luxury charter by those wanting some serious fun in the sun

Published: Monday, 09 July 2012