Sunseeker 74 Sport Yacht, the sea trial
There’s certainly no shortage of glass on the Sunseeker 74 Sport Yacht – at the front, behind, on the sides and even on top. And the new 74 with flybridge from the British shipyard doesn’t scrimp on windows either by Niccolò Volpati – photo by Andrea Muscatello I was struck by... Read more
BRP acquires Aussie company Telwater
Telwater is Australia’s largest manufacturer of aluminium trailers and boats: BRP announced today that it has acquired 80% of its shares. Paul Phelan, the current owner of Telwater, will continue to play an important role in the company’s operations and will retain 20% of the shares. “We are excited... Read more
Princess V50, gliding over the water
The Princess V50 really stands out for  the enjoyable driving experience and is great fun to steer, despite not being extreme in any way. It also features brightly lit, practical interiors,  and great attention to detail by Luca Sordelli – photo by Quin Bisset Sitting at the helm of a boat... Read more
XShore, from Sweden, 100% electric (and reaching 40 knots)
XShore was created by the will of the volcanic Swedish entrepreneur Konrad Bergström, with the aim of launching a range of zero emission boats, with a high technological content and with a great attention, in every detail, to environmental sustainability. Whether large or small, electric and hybrid propulsion boats... Read more
BLUEGAME 62, flawless trim
 The concept is by Luca Santella, the naval architecture is by Lou Codega, the design is by Zuccon International Project, the Bluegame 62 is a boat designed to make life on board exciting, pleasant and comfortable. Thanks to two Volvo Penta IPS 1350s it does over 39 knots by Francesco... Read more
Yamaha Waverunner, a plesant surprise  
We tested the Yamaha Waverunner FX SVHO: intuitive, easy to handle, it holds a course well and does over 50 knots. Easy sailing has come to the world of jetskis  as well by Niccolò Volpati The first time that I sailed on a cabin cruiser was with Aldo Ariis. I was... Read more
Van der Valk announced the launch of BeachClub 600
After years of development and months of construction, the first BeachClub Motoryacht by Van Der Valk has seen the light of day in the Netherlands. The 19-meter BeachClub 600 will now embark on sea trials. It will be presented to the public at the major boat shows in the... Read more
Monte Carlo 52, here are the first pictures. Coming to Cannes
16.25 meters long and 4.60 meters wide, the Monte Carlo 52 will make its official debut at the next Yachting Festival in September, marking the arrival of the new “smart luxury” generation by Bénéteau. Carlo Nuvolari & Dan Lenard signed the external lines, while the internal layout is by... Read more
MV 27 GT, full marks
We entrusted the sea trial of the  MV 27 GT to an exceptional tester: Cristiano Segnini, a champion speedboat driver with long experience and an extensive list of trophies to his name  by Cristiano Segnini The warm October morning and the evocative setting of the Lega Navale club in Naples are... Read more
Francesco Manfredi, power to the imagination
Student Francesco Manfredi developed an interesting concept for his thesis at the IED in Turin. Based on the classic Mississippi riverboat, he came up with a new approach to pleasure yachts, with the owner, a new gentleman driver, at its centre by Luca Sordelli What happens when you place... Read more