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Regal 26 XO:
Outboard-Powered Pocket Cruiser
The Regal 26 XO is a weekender with accommodations for four, including a large convertible U-shaped settee forward and a bed in the mid-cabin. Equipped for a variety of on-water adventures, with options such as air-conditioning, a bow thruster, and more, she can be rigged to her owner’s liking, with outboard power up to 300 ponies.
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Hargrave 95 Freedom:
Tasteful Interior Design
The Hargrave 95 has a 22’ (6.71 m) beam that gave her owners plenty of deck space to design a clean, minimalist interior. Hargrave offers a generous allowance for décor and furnishings so that an owner can have pretty much any fabri, wood, granite, or marble wanted, among many other things. With the exception of the hull, deck and structural bulkheads, owners can customize the interior pretty much any way they want. Just ask.
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Boston Whaler 170 Montauk:
Update of an Icon
The console of the new Boston Whaler 170 Montauk is wider and taller than on previous versions, but thanks to the additional 5” in the beam, there’s 20” of space on either side of the console. Her exterior retains the classic lines, but she rides on a hull reshaped to provide a softer, drier ride and improved handling. Put a 50-hp engine on it and give it to your grandchildren for Christmas. Or, give it to yourself for morning patrols around home.
Have a look at the latest version of this classic...
Sea Ray Fly 460:
w/Flying Bridge Command
The Sea Ray Fly 460 makes the most of outdoor spaces, with sun lounges topside, at the bow, and on the aft deck. Powered with a pair of 526-hp Cummins QSB 6.7 diesels, she cruises right around 20 knots, and tops out at 27 knots. Belowdecks she has two staterooms and two heads. She comes equipped with many standard features including A/C and heat, a 13-kW generator, navigation electronics, and even a built-in vacuum cleaner system.
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Beneteau Oceanis 38.1:
Functional Club Racer or Family Cruiser
Blond oak joinery is now a no-cost option for the Beneteau Oceanis 38.1 interior, which adds a brighter option to the available palette. Note the wide companionway, with steps curved upward at each end to make for surer footing when the boat is heeled. The hard chines take full advantage of her 13’1” (3.99 m) beam in adding to interior space as well as stability under sail.
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