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What cruiser wouldn’t ask for more if they thought they could get it? A secluded anchorage could become a secluded anchorage all to yourself. A long offshore cruise would be a long offshore cruise with fair winds and current. And a motoryacht could be a spacious, efficient, speedy motoryacht.

Thanks to developments in boat construction, propulsion systems, and yacht design, the motoryachts that are launching these days go a long way to scratching the cruiser’s itch. Yacht designers understand the importance of natural light and airy spaces for people to enjoy belowdecks, such as on the Absolute 72 with her huge hullside windows, and many others. By the same token they have grown more adept at concealing the rigging and machinery that keeps boaters safe and comfortable. And they’re more than just comfortable: Naval architects are creating hull shapes that slip through the water with the greatest of ease.

The art and science of boat construction today opens a world of possibilities for sturdier, lighter hulls. Strides in building techniques mean craftsmen practice their trades more comfortably and therefore do better work. One example is at Monte Carlo Yachts in Monfalcone, Italy, where interiors for the MCY 65 are constructed completely independently of the hull and deck, and then put in place as a single piece.

And then there are the latest options for engine setup. In some cases, pod propulsion is the solution, as on the Marquis 630 and others, with maneuverability that’s hard to top and a space-saving engine-room arrangement. Still others, such as Maritimo with its M58, are using conventional shafts and props, but in ways that make them more efficient than they’ve ever been. In the following pages, you may see a few motoryachts that make you stop and think, I can have more.

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Cheoy Lee Alpha 87

The Cheoy Lee Shipyard has been in continuous operation since 1870, and has produced not only sail and power yachts, but also scores of ferries, patrol boats, harbor and offshore tugs, and pilot boats. ...more


Fountaine-Pajot Summerland MY 40 LC

Since 1998, Fountaine-Pajot has been been building powercats—vessels that were originally branded “Trawler Catamarans” and continue to live up to the name to this day. ...more


Hargrave 125

Viewed from the outside, the new Hargrave 125 draws second looks. ...more


Horizon PC52

Lots of cruising boaters won’t even look at a powercat because they believe them to have inferior sleeping accommodations, quirky handling and a lack of speed. ...more


Monte Carlo Yachts 86

The Monte Carlo Yachts 86 is the fourth new model since the company made its debut in 2010 with the MCY 76, and she was pretty near the top of my show list. ...more


Prestige 420

The all-new Prestige 420 is a flying-bridge motoryacht that is the entry point in the Prestige Yachts line. ...more


Prestige 750

Designed for long-range cruising with all the luxuries of home, the 750 is the new flagship of the Prestige Yacht line. ...more


Princess S72

I gotta say when I tested the Princess S72’s predecessor, the V72, a few years back, I liked her, big-time. ...more


Sealine F380

Sealine was once known as one of the “big five” British boatbuilders, and the company built a solid reputation for style and innovation and prospered throughout the 1980s and ’90s. ...more

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