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New Boats
Seventh Solent Sunbeam
Friday, 25 July 2014 00:00
solent sunbeamThe resurgence in interest in classic boat racing in the past decade has not only led to a widespread rise in restoration projects, but it has gone one step further in the case of the Solent Sunbeam Class, dismissing fears of negative economic trends.

Haines Boatyard, Itchenor, has just completed a seventh brand new Solent Sunbeam, one of a batch that has been built in the last four years. The evolution of the GRP version of the classic Solent Sunbeam, whose lines were first drawn in 1922, has been driven by the need to offer aspiring owners a wider choice of hull types. These now include traditional wood, epoxy treated wood and GRP. GRP boats can be bought for around £64,000, VAT paid, less than half the cost of a new wooden hulled version.

When Misty, sail number V67, was launched towards the end of June, she was the latest of an influx of new boats, owners and crews transforming the Solent Sunbeam fleet. Two more hulls, which are moulded by Mark Downer’s company AM Structures at Sandown, IOW, are about to be fitted out by Haines.

KER 33
Thursday, 10 July 2014 00:00
ker 33The first KER designed cruiser racer from McConaghy Boats is due in the UK for the 2014 winter series. Designed specifically with the IRC competitor in mind, the KER 33 offers a modern luxury interior with custom race boat features. The boat will be available through Ancasta.
Moonen's New Caribbean Range
Wednesday, 25 June 2014 00:00

Caribbean-RangeThe Caribbean range, each named after an island, offers six designs, which range from 85 to 126 feet, with a contemporary look combined with excellent seakeeping performance. There are also options available for customisation of the interior and facilities.

Emile Bilterijst, managing director of Moonen, says, “The Caribbean series will have a real Moonen feel and retain the key elements that have made our classic range of superyachts such a success. The Caribbean series will of course reflect Moonen’s rich experience in design and engineering, all within a fresh and dynamic new profile.”

The six models are the 85’ Mariana, the 100’ Montserrat, the 105’ Matica, the 112’ Mustique, the 120 ‘Martinique and the 126’ Marquis.


New Southerly 36
Tuesday, 10 June 2014 00:00

southerlyThe new Southerly 36, designed by Stephen Jones, promises a fast comfortable modern hull for the very best in sailing performance, combined with sleek exterior styling, a luxurious interior and the unique variable draft keel. The Southerly 36 can be easily sailed by two people and boasts an impressive sail plan and tall fractional rig.
Sunseeker 75 Yacht
Tuesday, 27 May 2014 00:00

sunseeker 75Sunseeker's 75 Yacht has been crafted using the latest materials and techniques to create an outstanding yacht. The outdoor entertaining areas of the 75 Yacht are just as impressive as those on the inside, as guests can take advantage of the impressive flybridge. Ideal for those who enjoy the thrill of the open air, this expansive outdoor area sports a new style wet bar area in addition to an inviting large seating area.


The spacious nature of the yacht is continued in the interior thanks to its three double suites and twin bed guest arrangement. Accommodating up to eight guests, the 75 Yacht is ideal for entertaining, with each cabin featuring an ensuite. The interior design of the 75 Yacht has been completed to the highest standard to reflect the exclusive nature of the yacht. The attention to detail throughout the boat is second to none thanks to the intricate design detail in the leather wrapped cabinetry.

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