Bavaria 420 Flybridge

Bavaria Sport 44 Hardtop

In this video, Bavaria’s US director Blane Aarup takes us through the all-new Sport Hardtop 44, which offers European styling and functionality with German engineering in an express cruiser designed for watersports and outdoor entertaining.

Mainship 32

In this video Universal Yacht Sales president Joel Lipton takes us on a guided tour of the all-new Mainship 32. The boat is available with either single- or twin-diesel power, and features an innovative fold-out transom platform for easy boarding from the dock or from the dinghy.

Outer Reef 860 CPMY

Here Outer Reef’s president and CEO Jeff Druek takes us on a personal tour of the company’s newest model–the 860 Cockpit Motoryacht. This vessel has been designed to make long-range offshore passages while providing 8 guests luxurious accommodations, along with a sport cockpit that can be used for fishing, diving, and other water sports.

Van Dutch 55

Unlike anything else you’ve seen in the U.S. to date, the all-new Van Dutch 55 brings real European styling to the ultra-large sportboat market. With twin Volvo 900 diesels, the 55 can hit a reported top speed of 40 knots, so she can get you and your friends to where you’re going fast, and in luxurious style.

Ranger Tugs 31

Don’t let those traditional lines fool you! The 31–the newest and largest model in the Ranger Tugs fleet–has some real get-up-and-go capability. Top speed during our test was 19.2 knots, and at 1500 RPM the 31 can travel 550 nautical miles doing 6.8 knots. Watch the video to see her unique stowaway cockpit seating systems.

Cutwater 30

Innovation abounds on this sport-utility cruiser. With a single 370-hp Volvo D6 diesel for power, we recorded a top-end speed of 20.8 knots, and a best-cruise range of 250 nautical miles. The 30 is designed to be beachable, and with sleeping accommodations for six she’s a true destination cruiser.

Westport 112

The Westport 112 is the quintessential modern motoryacht. Designed by Jack Sarin and built at Westport’s shipyard in Seattle, the 112 can sleep 10 guests and 5 crew in luxurious accommodations with two different floor plans–master up or master down.