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Dufour 36

Dick Durham steps aboard one of Dufour’s best sellers, the 36 Classic. Designed for family cruising, she’s fast enough for competitive sailors, too.

£74,000.00

Our rating:  81%

c-yacht 1050

The prestigious Dutch brand C-Yacht has launched a new 36-footer, but does the centre cockpit format work on smaller yachts? Chris Beeson finds out

£197,925.00

Our rating:  80%

Bavaria 36

Bavaria is famed for its budget boats. Do they stand the test of time? Dick Durham finds out

£48,000.00

Our rating:  79%

Najad 410

After recent upheavals, Najad has found stability again. Does the new 410 reflect the return to brand heritage? Chris Beeson finds out...

£453.00

Our rating:  86%

Ovni 365

With her tough, aluminium hull, the Ovni 365 can cross oceans, yet her lifting keel and rudder enable her to explore the shallowest creek. Dick Durham steps aboard this amphibious…

£145,000.00

Our rating:  81%

Etap 35i boat test

Does the Etap 35i live up to Belgium’s reputation for building unsinkable boats?

£50,000.00

Our rating:  77%

Contessa 32 - February 2010

The Contessa is the Queen Mum of British cruising – a much-loved icon that set the benchmark for cruisers when she was designed by David Sadler in 1970...

£90,000.00

Our rating:  77%

Bavaria 32

Fresh from a makeover at the hands of Farr Yacht Design and BMW, Bavaria presents its new 32ft cruiser. Chris Beeson puts her through her paces

£75,280.00

Our rating:  75%

Arcona 340

The Yachting Monthly team take the Arcona 340 out for a test run...

£132,070.00

Our rating:  79%

Ecume de Mer

The sailing qualities of this French pocket cruiser proved so popular that she’s also been built in Japan and Australia.

£9,000.00

Our rating:  60%