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Mikelson 43 Sportfisher Review: LIQUID SUNSHINE
Mikelson 43: Go west, young man. YOU'VE GOT TO RESPECT A California angler's frame of mind. The albacore are 120 miles south, in Mexican waters? No biggie you can get there and back in a weekend, and squeeze in a few hours of good fishing. All you need is range lots and lots of range. If this is your quest, the Mikelson 43 Sportfisher should be on your wish list.
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Midnight Express 39 Review: FISHING THE FAST LANE
Speed, an excellent layout, and a dedicated builder make for one formidable fishing machine.  Midnight Express 39 is built to fish. As I learned firsthand, she has enough room for three fishermen to successfully work their catches simultaneously. And thanks to all around unobstructed visibility from the helm, it's easy to keep an eye on all the action, fore and aft, and make whatever moves are necessary to ensure the catch.
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Carver 506 Motoryacht Review - OPEN STYLE
Carver 506 Motoryacht Review - OPEN STYLE
Carver rethinks the aft-cabin concept and comes up with a modern yet practical alternative... Over the years Carver has occasionally been known to emphasize interior room and comfort over style. But now that's history. As is amply illustrated by the 530 Voyager, Carver's designers have been paying a lot of attention to exterior styling of late, while still figuring out innovative ways to provide maximum interior room and easy access around the exterior. Yet another example of this trend is the builder's new 506 motoryacht, an innovative adaptation of the aft-cabin concept that combines modern styling and wide-open interior spaces.
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Carver 396 Motoryacht Review - WIDEN YOUR HORIZONS
Carver 396 Motoryacht Review - WIDEN YOUR HORIZONS
Carver 396: Stretching the rules... IN THE AGE BEFORE FIBERGLASS, AFT CABIN CRUISERS had a graceful, salty look. Then something happened. The age of resin and fabric dawned and aft cabin cruisers evolved into something ... well, boxy and fat. Now another age of design is underway, the age of the raised-sidedeck aft cabin. So much for boxy and fat. These latest aft cabin cruisers are displaying not only zestier lines but increased interior space as well. An excellent example of this style is Carver's 396. It has high sidedecks, a high level of finish, and-compared to some of its competitors- a high price. Has it set a new standard for aft cabin cruisers? Let's find out.
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Egg Harbor 53 Convertible Review: PELAGIC MAGIC
Egg Harbor 53: When only the big ones will do.  I HATE SEEING WASTED SPACE ON A BOAT. Sealed abovedeck compartments, cockpit soles with nothing underneath, and bare inwales are usually the result of cost-cutting or out-and-out laziness. When you're spending big bucks on a battlewagon, you don't expect to see such shortcomings. But when a manufacturer gets set in its ways, it takes an outside influence to change things. Take Egg Harbor, for example, which is under new management. Things there have changed - big-time.
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Davis Boatworks 78 Custom Sportfisherman Review
Davis Boatworks 78 Custom Sportfisherman Review
The 78-foot Sportfisher from the North Carolina shipyard is the newest addition to the builder's outstanding custom range and exemplifies America's bravura in the domain of sport fishing yachts. This 55-ton vessel carries nearly 2,500 gallons of fuel and reaches a top speed in excess of 30 knots, so you can get to where the fish are biting in a hurry. But you'll also get there in comfort - luxurious accommodations throughout classify this vessel as a yachtfisher, a term recently used to dub the hybrid boats that combine the luxury of modern yachts with performance and purpose.
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Briggs 57 Sportfisherman Review: COLD CALCULATIONS
Briggs 57: A bluewater battlewagon for half the price? The triple hook-up was truly unforgettable, and Capt. Cliff Parker had proven a point: Cold-molded, custom-built battlewagons are serious contenders that can not only compete with but also beat many production boats when it comes to serious sportfishing.
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Albin 35 Tournament Express Review: GAME SHOW
Albin 35: The price is right.  ALBIN HAS SEEN YOU AT BOAT SHOWS - THOSE OF you with eyes that bulge bigger than your walets -  and offers a remarkable solution: well-built boats at affordable prices. What a concept! Take its 35 Tournament Express, a single-diesel-powered sportfisherman for under $200,000. And that's with solid engineering, a practical layout, and a seaworthy hull design that won't leave you guessing about whether you'll make it back when the wind gods get feisty.
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Sea Ray 240 Sundeck Review - HIP HYBRID
Sea Ray 240 Sundeck Review - HIP HYBRID
Sea Ray’s 240 Sundeck offers deck-boat versatility in an attractive bow-rider package. The book on deck boats, even the fancy ones from West Coast builders, is this: Versatility triumphs over styling. There’s something inherently plain about objects that are blunt on both ends. Yet the wide-ranging function of a deck boat, particularly one with bow- and stern-boarding capability, can’t be denied. The designers at Sea Ray Boats must have realized this when they created the 240 Sundeck—a functional 26'4"-long (counting the add-on swim platform), 8'6"-wide runabout that’s equal parts bow rider and deck boat. So new is the 240 Sundeck that the Knoxville, Tenn., manufacturer sent its “research-and-development” model to our Performance Trials in Sarasota, Fla. Base price for the 240 the largest model in the Sundeck series that includes 19- and 21-foot models with a MerCruiser 5.0L engine and an Alpha drive is $43,159. Topping the relatively short list of options on our test model was a MerCruiser 7.4L MPI motor with a Bravo Three drive. As tested, the boat had a $55,001 sticker.
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Donzi 38 Daytona Review - DREAM MACHINE
Donzi 38 Daytona Review - DREAM MACHINE
Thanks to stellar performance, high-tech construction and dazzling graphics, the Donzi 38 Daytona is a natural choice for discerning offshore enthusiasts. When it comes to the progression in performance boating, it’s natural to want more. If you’re truly bitten by the performance bug, one ride in something more than what you already have is all it takes to convince you that you don’t have enough. For this reason, we pity the owners of lesser boats who happen to take a spin in a Donzi 38 Daytona with a pair of Mercury Racing HP600SC motors, because when the ride is done their current boats won’t be enough. Not even close. We tested one of the 37'9"-long, 9'3"-wide boats in Sarasota, Fla., which happens to be the home of Donzi, and in every department the boat proved exceptional. Base price for a 38ZX with two Mercury HP500 motors is $241,073. With the supercharged mills, McLeod power bolsters and footrests, poker-run graphics, Daytona package and more, the sticker came to $336,023.
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Correct Craft Sport Nautique Review - DIAMOND CUTTER
Correct Craft Sport Nautique Review - DIAMOND CUTTER
The Sport Nautique from Correct Craft blends cutting-edge technology with a time-proven design. With Ski Nautique being, arguably, the most recognizable name in tournament ski boats, the people at Correct Craft could have celebrated their 75th diamond anniversary by releasing a “retro” version of their popular Sport Nautique. Instead, they chose to update the 22’6”-long (with the teak swim platform), 7’7”-wide inboard wonder. New-for-2000 innovations on the Sport Nautique we tested in Sarasota, Fla., included an astounding speedometer/tachometer, keyless ignition and tactile keypad accessory-control setup dubbed Smart Pod 2000 and a convenient fold-down Flight Control Tower. And, like all Nautiques, our test model boasted the new Nautique logo. Base price for the Sport Nautique with a PCM 5-litre engine is $32,735. Upgrading to a PCM 5.8 Pro Boss GT-40 motor, a Launch Control ballast system for boosting wakes, Cruise Control and the aforementioned Flight Control Tower upped the price to $40,012.
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Rinker 270 Fiesta Vee Review - ONE COOL CRUISER
Rinker 270 Fiesta Vee Review - ONE COOL CRUISER
A versatile cuddy-cabin boat that makes over-nighting a joy, Rinker's 270 Fiesta Vee proved its worth in the open ocean. As a warm Tuesday afternoon filled with planning meetings and copy editing dragged along, it was clear the Powerboat editorial staff’s spirits needed lifting. Out-side, soft sunlight fell on blue ocean water, a perfect 72-degree Southern California day. Inside, fluorescent lights robbed our bodies of vitamins and soured our moods. If ever there was a day to go boating ... Tuesday was the day. We thought we were due to get a call from Tilley’s Marine in Ventura any minute with word that our 2000 long-term test boat, a 270 Fiesta Vee from Rinker Boats, was ready to go. But at 2 p.m., Tilley’s had yet to call. Disappointment faded into acceptance. Our adult, responsible sides reminded us that tomorrow was another day.
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Sealine S41 Review: DOUBLE TAKE
Look twice. This 41-foot cruiser has a few surprises - big and small.  If you're looking for something different, a boat with a lot of small surprises and a few big ones, you should check out the new Sealine 41. Built in England, she's a sleek express cruiser with a rakish profile and swoopy styling that reflects her European heritage.
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Carver 396 Motoryacht Review: GREAT SIGHTINGS
The 396 Motoryacht is an interesting mix of style and substance. To help eschew the boxy look typical of midsize aft-cabin motoryachts, the 396 relies on elliptical windows and portlights for a mildly dramatic profile. Inside, the two-tiered window system floods the saloon and galley with natural light and allows a great view from the settee, lounge, dinette or while preparing meals in the galley. Even rainy days won't seem gloomy anymore from inside this motoryacht.
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Sea Ray 510 Sundancer Review: ART EXHIBIT
Sea Ray 510 Sundancer Review: ART EXHIBIT
Sea Ray 51: Improve the neighborhood.  OOHING AND AAHING AT WATERFRONT HOMES IS A popular pastime for boaters. Do it from the helm of Sea Ray's new 510 Sundancer, though, and even people whose backyards have their own zip codes will be gawking right back, staring at the striking lines of a sportboat that looks like a million bucks. Which is roughly what it costs.
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Hunter 460 Review - HOME AWAY FROM HOME
Hunter 460 Review - HOME AWAY FROM HOME
The Hunter 460 offers all the amenities for comfortable cruising and a big bang for the buck... Today's cruising boats range from race-boat look-alikes with zero headroom to vessels with the comfort and sailing ability of a house in the Hamptons. Somewhere between these extremes lies the right compromise for most cruisers, and boat builders expend lots of effort staking out the right design niche for their market. Hunter Marine has developed this kind of market research into an art form: polling past clients, charting their responses, and using focus-group repartee to guide its new-boat design. According to Hunter, mainstream sailboat buyers want a vessel that's safe, simple to sail, and packed with conveniences that take the camping out of cruising. In the Hunter 460 we find a shoal-draft underbody, easy-to-sail rig, and comfort-oriented accommodations combined with a big bang- for-the-buck price tag.
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Sea Ray 510 Sundancer Review: SHOW STOPPER
Sea Ray 510 Sundancer Review: SHOW STOPPER
Sea Ray's new 51-foot Sundancer appeals to sybarites young and old.  Hordes of partygoers were swinging to the band's beat at Pusser's Dockside Bar in Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, as our Sundancer eased into the basin and shaped up to back into her slip. It was tight - real tight in the adjacent marina. The slip was barely sufficient for a cruiser of this size, and the drifting and darting runabouts loaded to the gunwales with well-tanned, bikini-clad bodies weren't making it any easier. Without warning, the 51-footer's bow began on ominous swing toward an nearby raftup of skiffs and deckboats. The music petered out as the quartet joined the crowd, which was primed for imminent disaster. But our skipper, Scott Nault, casually tapped the Sundancer's optional 9.4-hp Vetus bow thruster, her bow fell into line, and we backed into the slip with inches to spare. With a chorus of cheers, the crowd streamed onto the dock to check this party crasher out.
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Nordic Tugs 42 Review - Nordic Son - Motorboating
Nordic Tugs 42 Review - Nordic Son - Motorboating
Like all the Nordic Tugs that came before it, the new 42 is an able pilothouse cruiser. Just bigger. And much faster. The sun began to break through the clouds as the 42-foot Nordic Tug Clarity made its way north to the San Juan ls lands through Bellingham Channel. To port, the boats at anchor or on moorings in Secret Harbor were gradually revealed as we steamed past Cypress Island, its rolling hills covered with a thick blanket of mixed evergreens and hardwoods that grew all the way down to the water's edge. Anacortes was behind us, as was Guemes Channel, full of chartered boats making their way back on a flooding tide to beat their check-in deadlines.
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Viking 65 Convertible Review: BEAUTY IN THE BEAST
Muscular engines and graceful lines are just part of the excitement surrounding Viking's new 65 Convertible. My test of the new Viking 65 Convertible took place on a hot july afternoon off Atlantic City, New Jersey, with fair weather and just a few clouds drifting high in a clear sky. I sat perched upon the 65's expansive flying bridge on one of two Murray Brothers pedestal helm seats, one hand on the wheel, the other pushing the single synchronized throttle control in a request for more power from the twin 1,800-hp DDC-MTU 2000 V-16 diesels. With little apparent effort, the 96,000-pound yacht lifted her bow and pushed herself forward, parting the seas with a clean, sharp entry, leaving impressive twin walls of water behind.
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Egg Harbor 53 Sport Yacht Review: ONE MAN'S QUEST
John DiDonato is resurrecting Egg Harbor, starting with a new 53 Sport Yacht. Egg Harbor calls the 53 a Sport Yacht, and as you will see, she is almost as much cruiser as tournament-ready battlewagon.
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Rybovich 55 Open Flybridge Sportfisher Review: EYES WIDE OPEN
Rybovich 55: What $2.2 million gets you.  LIKE OTHER RYBOVICH YACHTS, THE 55' OPEN Flybridge Shibumi - the 100th Rybovich hull to hit the water - is a cold-molded, epoxy-over-wood carpenter's dream. The bait freezer and rigging station modules against the forward cockpit bulkhead provide a perfect example. As you look from the cabinets to the bulkheads, notice the flow of the wood grain - it's seamless. And check out the entertainment center in the salon. Again, the grains in the doors and cabinets match where they join, and they even continue along the sections of the roll-top door. The same goes for the teak valances. Ten coats of varnish make the interior and exterior teak glow.
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Donzi 32 ZF Review: WAR BIRD
Donzi 32: Clash with the kingfish.  IF YOU WANT TO DETERMINE AT A GLANCE JUST HOW seriously a boat takes fishing, check out its livewell. If it's boxy and offers only a 15-gallon capacity with a standpipe and a drain with no screen, you can be pretty sure that the boat's other fishing features will also come up wanting. Now look at a boat with a 50-gallon oval livewell that keeps bait from getting rammed into corners and smashed. One with dual pumps, so if one dies, your baits won't. With drains built into the sides to reduce clogging and eliminate the need for a standpipe that could bounce loose in rough water and drain the well. One that's lighted, for fishing after hours. Find a boat that boasts a livewell of this caliber, and you can bet little Billy's college fund that its other features will also be topnotch. Find one that adds a molded-in net holder - so you don't have to reach into elbow-deep water to fish out your net - and you've discovered Donzi's latest fishboat targeting pro kingfishers: the 32 ZF.
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Boston Whaler 34 Defiance Review: BIG HITTER
Boston Whaler 34: The sure thing.  COAST GUARD REGULATIONS DON'T require boats over 20 feet long to have full upright flotation, so most don't. In fact, if they were ever holed, a lot of big diesel inboards would float like the Titanic after its close encounter with the iceberg. But now there's one we are told would stay afloat even if it were cut it in three pieces like the Boston Whaler in that famous ad. In fact, it is a Whaler, but this one comes only in XXL.
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Baja 442 Cruiser Review: SMOOTH MUSCLE
Baja 44: Speed, style, and grace.  MUST ADMIT, MY CURIOSITY WAS PIQUED. I HAD ONLY to nudge the throttles to 2500 rpm to bring this boat onto plane. But the Baja 442 is one big boy - 9'6" wide, 13,000 pounds - and its hull is a conventional 24-degree deep-V with no magical steps or any other voodoo. Hmmm.
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Rampage 38 Sportfishing Yacht Review: ON THE RAMPAGE
A serious fish hunter that caters to your comfort, too.  Manufacturers of fishing boats - especially all-out battlewagons - have had to learn a hard lesson in the past few years. The days of building lean, mean fighting machines for the family meat hunter are over. For one thing, most of those meat hunters have spouses who often prefer not to fish. Yet stay-at-home-with-pan-in-hand spouses are becoming as rare as deepfried sushi. Not only do they want to go out in the boat, they demand all the comforts they're used to back at the old hacienda. The trouble is, how is a fishboat builder going to satisfy all those demands? Well, it can do what Rampage did with its new 38-footer: build a fishing boat around an accommodation plan that looks like it was inspired by a luxury condo.
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Mikelson 50 Sportfisher Review: FREE RANGE
Mikelson 50: How the West was won.  ANGLING TACTICS DIFFER UP AND DOWN THE EAST Coast, even though everyone's trolling for the same type of fish. Wherever you drop a hook or drag a bait, the methods are similar enough that all East Coast builders can use the same basic designs for fishboats. Viking, Hatteras, Luhrs, and Bertram are equally at home in the far north and the deep south. Cruise over to the West Coast, however, and priorities change radically. Case in point: The Mikelson 50, a West Coast-bred sportfisherman that has an entirely different mind- and hook-set.
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Sea Ray 410 Sundancer Review: BLUE CHIP
Sea Ray 410 Sundancer Review: BLUE CHIP
Sea Ray 41: The flight to quality.  The Sea Ray 410 Sundancer is a near-perfect case study of how to combine luxury and function in a boat. Sea Ray has taken its hugely popular 400 Sandancer and, with some subtle refinements, enhanced its design and made a great boat even better. How'd they do it? Let's visit the "doghouse".
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Caterpillar 3116 Marine Engine Information/Specifications
Caterpillar 3116 Marine Engine Information/Specifications
Since its introduction, the Cat 3116 has generated excitement on the water. With a high horsepower-to-weight ratio and legendary Cat dependability, the Cat 3116 had proven to be a popular choice on the water.
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Caterpillar Diesel Marine Engine Rating System Definitions
Caterpillar Diesel Marine Engine Rating System Definitions
Caterpillar Marine Propulsion Engines are available in five rating classes, tailored to your needs.
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Henriques 35 Express Sportfisher Review: PIT BULL
Henriques 35: It's feeding time. YOU HAVE TO RESPECT A BOAT that can tear the top off a six-foot greenie and plow through it without a care. In my book, that makes the 21,000-pound Henriques 35 Express the pit bull of offihore expresses. It has the bite that's right.
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Sabre 402 Review - She Feels Just Right -by John Kretschmer
Sabre 402 Review - She Feels Just Right -by John Kretschmer
Writing a boat test is an enjoyable but potentially treacherous assignment. Designers and builders tend to look at their new creations as a child and, of course, every child is perfect in a parent's eye. On the one hand, it is much too easy to become caught up in the builder's and designer's glossy philosophy of what a boat is "supposed" to be and overlook obvious shortcomings. On the other hand, after looking at new boats as objectively as possible, I tend to put a lot of credence in subjective criteria, primarily that esoteric definition of how a boat feels. In the end, I sail and evaluate boats by the seat of my pants and trust my instincts. From the moment I took the wheel of the new Sabre 402 and shot off on a lively close reach, I realized I was sailing a boat that just felt right.
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Sabre 452 Review - The Boat of My Dreams, Off the Drawing Board
Sabre 452 Review - The Boat of My Dreams, Off the Drawing Board
Our reviewer finds the Sabre 452 a yacht that seems as if it had been custom built for him. It's beautiful, it's comfortable, it's fast, and it has room to roam. There was a time when you couldn't fully trust design reviews and other published works that attempted to analyze and critique yachts. In some magazines boats were far more likely to be chosen for review in the first place, and to receive a glowing commendation, if a color ad showed up on the inside cover. Entire books were published with titles proclaiming that the included designs were the best available.
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Cruisers 5000 Sedan Sport Review: Lakeland Boating - Tom Thompson
Cruisers 5000 Sedan Sport Review: Lakeland Boating - Tom Thompson
European luxury yachts are known for their sense of style. Just looking at one is a visual experience. It’s not to say that American boats aren’t attractive, but those from across the big pond just have a certain “je ne sais quoi”. So what’s a boat builder from Oconto, Wisconsin, doing, trying to compete with that? Cruisers Yachts new 5000 Sedan Sport has taken the concept of a luxury sport yacht and improved on it with good old fashioned American know how. This is a beautiful boat. It’s looks are classic and eye-catching. But the beauty goes beyond skin deep. The Cruisers 5000 offers more in accommodation and function than a comparable sized European craft. It has an overall length of 49' 6". Dock space is at a premium on the continent, where stern boarding is the rule, so most boats built there don’t match the 5000’s 15' 6" beam. Herein lies the significant difference.
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Cruisers 5000 Sedan Sport Review: Power & Motoryacht - Capt. Ken Kreisler
Cruisers 5000 Sedan Sport Review: Power & Motoryacht - Capt. Ken Kreisler
The fast break. It’s that moment when all the strategy and practice pay off. A race car driver waits for just the right moment to move into position behind the leader, takes advantage of his slipstream, and rockets into first place. A quarterback calls an audible when he sees single coverage on one of his wide receivers. And probably the most exciting example, a backcourt player suddenly makes for the opponent’s basket as his teammate snares a rebound and fires a full-court pass, right on the money for the score.
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Cruisers 3870 Esprit Review: Lakeland Boating - Tom Thompson
Cruisers 3870 Esprit Review: Lakeland Boating - Tom Thompson
So many express cruiser designs are predictable. If you’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all. The new Cruisers 3870 changes that; there’s much more than meets the eye. When you enter the cabin, the main salon and forward stateroom make you feel as though you are in one large open space. Six feet five inches of headroom allow you to stand tall and enjoy the surroundings. You get so much daylight from the overhead hatches and side port holes, that you might not need to turn on the lights.
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Garlington Landeweer 61 Sportfisher Review: CORE CURRICULUM
Garlington Landeweer 61: Smart from the start. At 54,000 pounds, the Garlington Landeweer is one light 61' battlewagon. The 61 Sport Fish sails over the waves instead of bulldozing through them. Handling also benefits from the lightweight construction. Spin the wheel hard-over and the 61 reacts like a sportboat, cutting a doughnut 50 feet in diameter. Oppose the engines and you'll spin 360 degrees so fast it'll make you dizzy. Back down on a wahoo and you'll have it gaffed while the fish is still green.
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Cruisers 3375 Esprit Review: Boating Mag - Stuart Reininger
Cruisers 3375 Esprit Review: Boating Mag - Stuart Reininger
Hooking up Boating's fuel-flow equipment, I never know what I'm going to find when the hatch to the groan zone opens. With express cruisers, I bring my belt in a notch because it's going to be a tight fit. After all, these boats strive for living space. For instance, on Cruisers Yachts' 3375 Esprit, two couples could spend a long weekend in comfort. But express cruisers also need room for major horsepower and a layup that'll let them slam into a sea as well as slide onto a beckoning beach. The result? The machinery spaces usually get the short end of the dipstick.
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Cruisers 3375 Esprit Review: Power & Motoryacht - Capt. Chris Kelly
Cruisers 3375 Esprit Review: Power & Motoryacht - Capt. Chris Kelly
It takes a lot of guts to loan PMY a boat for the summer. Not only must the builder have the financial wherewithal to spare a $100,000-plus boat for a few months, it also must have complete confidence in the boat's construction and performance. Because once we take delivery of the boat, it's our job to beat the daylights out of her all summer long and then tell you how she fared. Last summer, Cruisers Yachts stepped into the ring with its 3375 Esprit.
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Cruisers 3375 Esprit Review: Motorboating & Sailing - Dan Fales
Cruisers 3375 Esprit Review: Motorboating & Sailing - Dan Fales
"We don't build boats," says Gene Gooding of Cruisers Yachts, "just so those who come aboard can say 'Wow!' because wow may not last very long. But what we do do is build boats for people who in the long run are going to like what we've done and who'll understand why we've done it this way." Gooding refers to the seen and unseen features of Cruisers Yachts' 33-foot Esprit. He talks about the functionality of the boat: the swim platform with side-step contours so you don't have to climb over the transom to board, and the special forward berth with a five-inch mattress hinged in the middle so anyone can make up the bed easily-and have access to the huge hideaway space below.
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Davis 58 Sportfisherman Review: RECORD TERRITORY
Davis 58: Blue water never looked so good.  For years, I've beefed about so-called fishboats with peewee cockpits and bloated cabins with chandeliered foyers. I've moaned about clubfooted handling and milquetoast construction. But not today. Davis' new 58 strikes balance between luxury and fishing prowess that makes it a winner whether you're a hardcore marlin lover or a casual sailfish baiter. Best of all, it can carry neatly stowed gear for both types of anglers - and everyone in between - all at the same time.
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