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Westerly Centaur

Westerly Centaur review  See the January 2013 issue of Yachting Monthly for the full test What’s she like to sail? She’s not the most close-winded of boats and weather helm…

Rustler 31

Rustler 31 review See the April 2016 issue of Yachting Monthly for the full test What’s she like to sail? With her sound design, substantial build quality, encapsulated long keel…

Freedom 35

Freedom 35 review See the May 2016 issue of Yachting Monthly for the full test What’s she like to sail? If you’ve never sailed a Freedom, it’s a little daunting…

Bavaria 34

If you’re looking for your first coastal cruiser, this boat should be on your list. Duncan Kent takes a 15-year-old Bavaria 34 out for a blustery spin and explains why

Legend 34

The Van de Stadt Legend 34 is a sturdy and seaworthy yacht, built for serious coastal and offshore cruising in all weathers. Duncan Kent sails one off Portland

£17,500.00
Hanse 315

Hanse’s new smallest addition was designed to be affordable. Graham Snook tested her to see if she’s worth it

£92,300.00
Faurby 335e

‘They don’t build boats like they used to’ is a common complaint. Graham Snook goes to Denmark to visit a company that does, and reviews the Faurby 335e

Sunbeam 40.1

Graham Snook found the gales he was hoping for when he flew to Slovenia to test the new Austrian-built Sunbeam 40.1

Beneteau Oceanis 35

The new Beneteau Oceanis 35 offers ‘three boats in one hull’. But do they work? Graham Snook heads to Palma to find out

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Poland’s boatbuilders have a certain reputation, but is it fair? Yachting Monthly’s Graham Snook tests the latest Maxi 1200 to find out