YBW, a prestigious yachting publication I respect a lot and I regularly read, released on their motor yachts blog, Motor Boats Monthly, a video made by their boat tester, Nick Burnham, at London Boat Show these days. Featured are: Princess 52, the Sunseeker San Remo, the Prestige 450, the Bavaria 420 Virtess Coupe, the Broom 395, the Sealine SC35, the Hacker-Craft Sportabout, the Larson All American 23 and the Oceanmaster 640, the video being called, “The Best of London Boat Show 2013”. I don’t think I have deviated a lot with the brands, partly enumerated in my previous post, inaugurating this category.
A picture of Princess 52 as well as a few words, can be found on the previous post. Below, are the other boats from the video, one by one.
I don’t think a lot of words should be added to Sunseeker, this brand being amply reviewed on this site.
Prestige Motor Yachts will make the subject of this blog in the nearest future.
I haven’t touched yet the motor yacht section of Bavaria.
The Broom 395 is a 40ft (12.04 Meters) semi-displacement cruiser optimized to provide comfort and convenience for four. The proven hull and superstructure are now complemented by contemporary deck styling features and interior design, whilst retaining all the practical features you’d expect from a Broom boat.
[source – the same London Boat Show site]
This is one extraordinary boat, it’s our version of a hybrid! It combines the beautyand grace of a traditional Runabout with the excitement of our Sport boat. With itstraditional lines and contours, it is reminiscent of the great Hacker-Craft Runabouts ofthe 1930s. With its Mediterranean transom design and swim platform it has a bitof European flair. This design makes for easy boarding in and out of the boat forswimming, waterskiing or tubing. It is a fantastic speed boat of 26ft (7.8 Meters) and a price of £180,000 including VAT.
[source – London Boat Show site]
Built to celebrate Larson’s 100th anniversary, a resurrection of one ofthe brand’s most popular models, which the builder produced from the 1960s to the 1990s. The All-American is an open-bow runabout that helped the Little Falls, Minn.-based company make a name for itself inthe 1960s.“The All-American is a classic family cruising boat that harkens back to the simple, yet elegantly styled boats thatLarson was famous for in the 1960s. This is a boat that’s going to appeal to a wide variety of boatingenthusiasts.Our boat is powered by a Mercruiser 350 MAG 300 Hp inboard petrol engine with Bravo III outdrive. She has a blue hullband with contrasting white and tan upholstery. She has flexi-teek throughout the cockpit and on the swimming platform,other options include, biminni top, cockpit covers, docking lights, bow and cockpit tables and transom shower. She is inproduction and will make her European debut at London.
Enjoy the video!
My next posts, will review Charleston Boat Show, Princess Yachting (the luxurious motor boats), and other news. I hope you’ll enjoy, and add some feedback.
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