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It provides an entertaining mix of vital information for cruising yachtsmen with all levels of experience, which maximises their enjoyment, increases their skills and gives them the confidence to broaden their horizons.

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Just how well would a high-volume cruiser designed predominantly for warmer waters handle the tough conditions often found off Scotland? It was the question I pondered as I drove north…

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Charter yachts have a tough life. Every week is someone’s annual holiday and the boats are worked non-stop throughout the season, so the new Bénéteau Océanis 41.1 is naturally built…

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Bénéteau chose the Valencia base of America’s Cup defender Alinghi to introduce the latest offering in the Oceanis range, the Bénéteau Océanis 43. It was a smart idea for two…

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The Bénéteau First range has been making waves in the cruiser racer market. But does their latest offering, the Bénéteau First 35 deliver all that has been promised? The Sydney-Hobart…

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With her windscreen, blue stripe, brass rubbing strake and sumptuous finish, there’s no mistaking the origins of the Hallbery-Rassy 310, but beneath the solidly seamanlike traditions that have made Hallberg-Rassy…

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In survey after survey, YM readers have voted a Hallberg-Rassy as their dream yacht. The brand means comfort, quality and reliability – yachts you can depend upon. When we saw…