Boat Review

The BRIG Eagle 780 Review

The BRIG Eagle 780 Boat

Running at 40-plus mph in a short, 2-foot chop isn’t usually comfortable, but BRIG’s Eagle 780 RIB did so with amazing ease. Its 7.8-meter length (25 feet 9 inches) bridged three to four waves at once, while its deep-V hull (23-degree deadrise at transom, flowing to 38 degrees forward) cleaves them open. And this RIB’s 2-foot diameter Hypalon tubes absorb whatever impact there is when the hull comes down while also knocking down spray. At speeds in the 20s, our test boat rode through the chowder like a Bentley.

Reviewing The Scarab 215: Blast Off on a Jet Boat

The Scarab 215 boat

If you’re over the age of 30, there’s a pretty good chance you remember Sonny Crockett and Rico Tubbs speeding around Miami, FL, in a high-performance Scarab 38 KV during episodes of the hit television show Miami Vice. Back in the day, the Scarab name was synonymous with speed, style, and luxurious performance. Today, however, the Scarab line has been re-imagined into a line of high-power, high-performance jet boats.

In-Depth Review the New 2017 Chris-Craft Calypso 30 (Video)

Chris-Craft Calypso 30 Boat

Chris-Craft Calypso 30

While the Chris-Craft 42 Commander has been stealing most of the headlines about this boat-builder lately, also new for 2017 is the Calypso 30. This boat works well as a family cruiser, handles casual fishing with aplomb, and tops out over 50 MPH—all the while looking good from every angle. Take a peek at the boat for yourself, in this First Look Video we shot at the Fort Lauderdale boat show.

2017 Sea Ray Sundancer 350 Coupe Review

Sea Ray Sundancer 350 Coupe Boat

There’s a huge change in the Sea Ray Sundancer line when you get to the Sundancer 40 and larger models. These boats have fully enclosed helm-decks. Smaller Sundancers in the line have a hard-top supported by an arch, which leaves the helm-deck open to sunshine and sea breezes. Each design has its merits; in the case of the larger boats you can cruise comfortably in all weather with complete climate control, and on the smaller boats you get a full dose of the great outdoors.

Four Winns HD220 Review

Four Winns HD220 boat

The Four Winns HD220 and HD220 OB offer you multiple power choices, plus smart design.

Reviewing The Glastron GS 259: A Pocket Cruiser with Pep

Glastron GS 259 Boat

Small pocket cruisers are often so focused on maximizing living space that they lack any pizzazz.

Seawind 1190 Sport 2016 Reviews

Seawind 1190 Sport

It is fair to say that a design’s success can be judged by a number of different factors, including its longevity and imitations—or as is the case with the Seawind 1160 catamaran, a new iteration. The Seawind 1190 Sport looks very much like its older sister; it’s just a little big longer and has fresh tricks up its sleeve.

Space and Luxury: Sunreef 68 Supreme Review

Sunreef 68 Supreme boat

With more room aboard than an average American’s primary residence, the Sunreef 68 Supreme offers over 3,200 square feet of living space. The 68 is the first of a new line called Sunreef Supreme, and they’re taking aim at an elite clientele that wants to cruise and/or charter in supreme comfort with this unique offering. Superyachts, take note.

Used Boat- Princess V42 MKIII 2016 Reviews(Video)

New Design Of COBALT CS3 Boats-Mixes A Sporty Profile With A Spacious Interior And Numerous Amenities


Cobalt Boats


It is truly a new design from stem to stem for the new CS3 from Cobalt Boats. Cobalt designed the CS3 to be a gateway boat the way the 3 Series is to the BMW line of cars. That is to say, Cobalt did not skimp on quality and performance to build a bowrider with a more affordable sticker price.


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