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Prestige 60

Used Boat Review: Prestige 60

With its low, sleek styling and leading-edge build, the Prestige 60 set a new standard for flybridge sport yachts when it was introduced six years ago—and not much has changed. Read More

This particular Tollycraft 44 CPMY has expanded outdoor living space thanks to the covered and enclosed aft deck. Note the tender forward.

Tollycraft 44 CPMY

When I look at newer boats today, I’m sorry to say that sometimes I can’t differentiate the bow from the stern or the top from the bottom. All too often deck space has been sacrificed for interior accommodations, making deck chores cumbersome and in some cases, flat-out dangerous, and focus groups trump good ol’ yacht Read More

A raised helm station gives good sightlines over the proud bow of the Gamefisherman 45.

Gamefisherman 45

Ever dreamed of owing a Rybovich? This 45-foot express sportfisherman from a revered semi-custom Florida builder may be the next best thing. Read More


Don't mistake a Krogen Express for a wallowing trawler—Black Swan has some get up and go.

Three's not a crowd on a pilothouse settee where companion seating is plentiful and elevated.

Generous headroom and cruise-ready equipment show well in Black Swan’s engine room.

Krogen Express 53

A lot of experienced cruisers will tell you that the term “fast trawler” is an oxymoron: A real trawler must have a displacement-style hull, and any boat that is fast must have a planing hull. Never the twain shall meet. Read More

Above All had her flying bridge enclosed by Derecktor in 2008, a big change to her profile.

Derecktor 90

This 90-footer was built from the keel up as a yacht and she has the bloodlines to prove it: Titania was designed and built by one of America’s most experienced and revered shipyards, Derecktor. Read More

Looking for a go-anywhere boat that can cruise or fish? The Riviera 48 looks good doing it all.

Riviera 48

Riviera was a name unfamiliar to many Americans — especially those on the East Coast — when the 48 landed on our shores in 1998, but the brand was already making a name for itself here, just as it had in Australia. Read More

The MJM 34z Downeast uses high-tech construction and materials, including resin infusion, Kevlar, and Gurit Corecell foam to reduce weight.

MJM 34z

Charles and Marjie Gentry went to the 2008 Miami International Boat Show looking for a powerboat, something around 34 feet with a traditional feel. Read More

Northern Light cruises the Chicago shoreline in style after getting a repower and extensive refit.

Huckins Yachts

One of the advantages of buying a used boat is that you can apply the four Rs — repower, rewire, repaint, and redecorate — to enhance its performance, improve its looks, and turn it into your very own. Read More


Hatteras 40 Double Cabin

Dick Mather and the Connecticut River are old friends. Mather grew up in Deep River, Connecticut, boating on the broad expanse that conveniently runs through his hometown. Read More


Sea Ray 390

Talk about home waters. Larry Young has been boating on the rivers and lakes of eastern Tennessee just about all his life, and he’s done it in a variety of boats. Read More

The Grand Banks 38 Eastbay EX backs up a classic look with excellent performance.

Grand Banks 38 Eastbay EX

Bill and Nancy Webster have spent a lifetime boating together, dividing the duties and sharing the work and the pleasures of their avocation. Read More

A Viking 35 still wows ’em

Viking 35

When looking for a used boat, the local waters often help determine the size and type to go after. Take New Jersey’s coastal lagoons, inlets, and Barnegat Bay. Read More

The tall superstructure of the North Pacific 42 offers sightlines and good onboard space.

North Pacific 42 Pilothouse

Mike and Lois Fannon used to sit on their houseboat listening to visiting cruisers talk about doing the Great Loop. At one point a few years ago, they looked at each other and said, “We should do this.” Read More

The brawny, no-nonsense lines of the Post 50 allude to the boat's work-hard, play-hard personality.

Post 50

Russell Post built the first vessel to carry his name in 1957 after leaving Egg Harbor Yachts, which he co-founded. Read More

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