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Kraken 50

Conceived as a true blue-water voyager, the Kraken 50 incorporates a host of features that set her apart from other cruising yachts. David Harding reports

£800,500.00
Faurby 460E

Danish yard Faurby custom-build each interior to every owner’s 
requirements, Graham Snook heads to Denmark to test the first two boats of its new flagship model.

£787,560.00
Bavaria C50, Credit: David Harding

Epitomising the ultra-modern, high-volume production cruiser, Bavaria’s C50 offers plenty to appeal to today’s buyers. David Harding reports

£448,696.00
Beneteau Oceanis 30.1

Does Beneteau’s new entry-level Oceanis redefine what owners should expect from smaller yachts? Graham Snook travelled 
to Les Sables d’Olonne to find out

J/99 on the Solent

J-Boats has a strong racing pedigree 
but can the new J/99 cut the mustard for cruisers? 
Graham Snook put it through its paces to find out

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 410

Is there a serious cruiser behind the new Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 410's bold looks? Graham Snook went to find out

Beneteau Oceanis 46.1

Graham Snook has his expectations overturned by a sporty 'First Line' edition of Beneteau's latest yacht

Django 7.70

Theo Stocker takes out the Django 7.70 and finds out if this modern twin keeler lives up to expectations

Sunbeam 46.1

Does the Sunbeam 46.1 have what it takes to be the bluewater cruiser she claims to be? Graham Snook travels to Barcelona to find out

Arcona 435

Swedish yachts are renowned the world over for their quality, 
but not necessarily for their speed. Graham Snook tests 
the Arcona 435 to see why this needs to change