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Seaquest 3600 Sports Bridge Cruiser Review

14 Jun
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With lots of storage on board for food and drinks, a 300L water tank and 900L fuel tank, the 3600 gives boating families enormous flexibility to stay at sea for an extended period.

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Bayliner 245 Cruiser Boat Review

14 Jun
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It was a thoroughly enjoyable test drive—the time goes too quickly in this entirely pleasant boat. If you’re looking for a sub eight-metre vessel, you have to look at Bayliner’s 245 Cruiser.

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Evolution 500 Sportsfisher Boat Review

14 Jun
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Five-metre boats don’t get any better than this. If you option carpet on the deck, the Evolution 500 gets full marks

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Bayliner Discovery 288 Boat Review

14 Jun
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As Doug has been using one for the last two years, I’ll let him sum up the Bayliner Discovery 288. “For two, it’s perfect and for four, it’s fine. There’s plenty of room. It’s a great size boat.”

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Fjord 40 Open Boat Review

14 Jun
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The Fjord 40 has great on-water presence. This boat was moored side-on, so that as we approached we could see a large plane of metallic-finished fibreglass, which dominated the seascape.

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Beneteau Monte Carlo 32 Open Boat Review

14 Jun
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The afternoon we spent on Sydney Harbour was in windy but reasonable weather. The Volvos delivered enough power to push the 32 open to a speed of 35 knots with a bit of grunt left to spare.