Jaguar J32 Test: 69.8 MPH WOT | Yamaha SX195 | Fountaine Pajot MY 44 - 05/31/2018
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Jaguar J32:
69.8 MPH WOT w/Twin 250-hp
Evinrude E-TEC G2s

Jaguar J32
Jaguar J32

How fast do you want to get to the fish? Twin 250-hp Evinrude E-TEC G2s will take you offshore at nearly 70 mph in the Jaguar J32, an offshore racing cat that can be outfitted as an offshore fisherman, dive boat or very fast day cruiser. Cruising speed was 45.3 mph, yet fuel efficiency with the two-strokes was 1.9 mpg in total. Find out how she handled...

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Test Video

Fountaine Pajot MY 44:
Room to Roam

Fountaine Pajot MY 44
Fountaine Pajot MY 44

The Fountaine Pajot MY 44 has amazing amount of living space in her 44' (13.40 m) LOA thanks to the 21'7" (6.61 m) beam. She has a variety of social spaces spread over those wide decks, not to mention some innovative accommodations. Get a closer look...

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Test Video

Yamaha SX195:
Jet-Powered Speed and Room for Friends

Yamaha SX195
Yamaha SX195

Powered with Yamaha's 1.8-liter Super Vortex High Output supercharged jet system, the Yamaha SX195 is strong on performance, with 0 to 30 mph times under 6 seconds and a top speed of 52.3 mph. The sound reduction engine box keeps noise levels lower in the cockpit, and she offers comfortable seating for eight. Watch this nimble performer in action...

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Cruisers Yachts 45 Cantius:
Versatile Cruiser w/Creative Touches

Cruisers Yachts 45 Cantius
Cruisers Yachts 45 Cantius

The Cruisers Yachts 45 Cantius takes maximum advantage of interior spaces through inventive design. Case in point: The mid-cabin features a queen berth and a double-wide recliner for TV watching that can be made into an added berth. See what our test revealed...

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Test Video

TRACKER® Targa™ V-19 WT:
Tough Aluminum Multi-Species Machine

Tracker Targa V-19 WT
TRACKER® Targa™ V-19 WT

The TRACKER® Targa™ V19 WT is a tough, all-welded multi-species fishing machine with four swivel seats, three of which can be moved to the bow or stern casting platforms as needed. Rigged with a 225-hp Mercury Pro XS, she had a top speed of 53.5 mph.
See all of her features in our test...

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The New V8 300 Verado
vs.
The L6 350 Verado:
What’s the Difference?

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There are a lot of differences between the 350 Verado and the new 300 Verado.

A BoatTEST.com member who is buying a new 28’ (8.53 m) dual console boat asked us what the difference was between the new 300-hp V8 Verado, and the existing 350 L6 Verado – other than the obvious 50-hp difference. This was a good question because matching the right engine to each individual boat model is the most important decision a boat-buying consumer must make. More...

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