New Boat Tests
Sea Ray SLX 260 Surf (2023-)
The SLX 260 Surf combines luxury and wakesurfing technology for elevated experiences. With a powerful Mercury Marine® propulsion system and user-friendly interface, it delivers exceptional watersport performance. Improved seating and convenient amenities ensure comfort and fun for all. Whether you enjoy thrilling wave riding or a relaxed sunset viewing, the SLX 260 Surf offers bright features for both experiences.
Fountaine Pajot Power 67 (2023-)
The new Power 67 is based on Fountaine Pajot’s Alegria 67 sailing cat. She’s designed for long-range cruising and at 10 knots she can run for nearly 1100nm. Her layout offers comfort to a boatload of guests with her 5+2 or 4+2 cabin layouts, all with ensuite heads. As for amenities, there are multiple gathering area, places for sunning, ample deck space for lounges and even an optional two-person jacuzzi in the bow.
Beneteau Antares 8 OB (2023-)
The new ANTARES 8 promises an unprecedented experience for lovers of nautical pursuits and fishing enthusiasts. Experience innovation and versatility, paired with maximum comfort and the trademark style and elegance synonymous with a brand trusted by avid boaters worldwide. The sleek, stunning, and sporty design of ANTARES 8, combined with an impressive 250-horsepower engine, guarantees you the ultimate recreational boating experience.
Galeon 560 FLY (2023-)
With lines that display beauty and muscle, the Galeon 560 Fly is eye-catching indeed. Her hull side windows blend into treatments that give them a full-length look and a modern feel. But there’s even more appeal when she’s boarded and the fit and finish start to manifest themselves upon the eyes. This is a yacht that is luxurious and her design stylings make that clear.
Windy Boats SR28 CC
The Windy SR28 CC is a 27’8” (8.43 m) center console with walkaround capability and a cabin that sleeps two. She is powered by a pair of Yamaha F200 outboards that took us to 48.6 MPH. Windy Boats have a strong reputation for having skilled craftsmen in Västervik, Sweden and Ostróda, Poland building its quality boats since 1966. The lineup includes the Windy Sport Series, Windy SR Series Chase Boats and yacht tenders with models ranging from 26’ to 60’ (7.92 m to 18.29 m).
Cruisers Yachts 46 Cantius (2023-)
The Cantius lineup ranges from 42 to 60 models, with the 42 being the second smallest. Despite its size, it is well-equipped and capable for cruising and entertainment. It offers a two-stateroom/two-head layout, making it suitable for overnight stays. Powered by 440-hp IPS 600 pod drive engines, it features joystick functionality for easy maneuverability around the dock, ideal for transitioning from smaller dayboats.