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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

Hanse 458 sailing in the Solent

In a year when an unprecedented number of mid-40-foot yachts have been launched, Hanse has thrown its hat into the ring with the 458, but is she up to the…

Allures 45.9 on the water

The Allures 45 was already a good boat, so has the Allures 45.9 taken it to the next level? Graham Snook tests this unique boat to find out

Dufour 360 out on the solent in the sunshine

A 33ft yacht sporting a large cockpit, twin helms, wet bar and grill, and down below she has nine berths – surely there must be some mistake?

Jeanneau 319 in full sail on the Solent

Jeanneau’s new 319 packs a lot in for her small size. Graham Snook 
tests her on the Solent to see if her handling matches her comfort

Saffier Sc800 on the North Sea

Do the best things come in small packages? If they’re 
pocket cruisers like the Saffier Sc 8m, the answer is yes

A Saare 38

Blending quality and performance with a lower price tag than you might expect, the Saare 38 challenges the established order

Ketch builder Amel has launched its first sloop for 20 years, a sloop with modern twin rudders at that. Pip Hare travels to La Rochelle to test her

A Hallberg-Rassy 340 at full sail

Hallberg-Rassy’s new 340 has a bowsprit, twin rudders, twin helms and no chart table. Have the quintessential Swedish boat builders lost the plot? Graham Snook travels to Sweden to find…