The Absolute Navetta 58 is an expedition yacht designed for an owner-operator. Her open layout lends itself well to cruising with the family and her crew quarters add flexibility in the form of accommodations for crew when the captain isn’t the type to want to do their own maintenance or for unexpected guests.
Yes, you can have it all. And it's all in one package with the Canyon 336. This model has been around for quite some time, but Grady-White has recently upgraded the boat to include a boatload of features thanks to listening to the voice of the customer. The result is a 336 that's better than ever.
CL Yachts is the luxury-performance division of noted yacht builder Cheoy Lee. At 88'11" (27 m), the CLB88 can bring owners and guests to far-reaching destinations while her 5'5" (1.65 m) draft still allows her entry to remote shallow anchorages and bays such as the Bahamas.
The 210S is the outboard version of Tahoe’s 700 model. She’s 6” (15.24 cm) longer than the 700 and is a new boat from the keel up. Her interior is designed to take advantage of the extra space the outboard affords.
Galeon Yachts is broadening its horizons with the new four-boat Grand Touring Outboard series. The first model is the 325 GTO. Powered by twin outboard engines, she’s the smallest Galeon ever built and the goal is to introduce a new customer to the company.
Aquila’s 36 Sport Power Catamaran offers the space and accommodations that only a cat can deliver on. Her wide 14’7” (4.45 m) beam allows for adding many features that don’t cramp on available space. With the ability to add a Hydro Glide Foil System™, as on our test boat, Aquila says that efficiency is improved by up to 30%.