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Sunseeker SuperHawk 55 on the cover

What boat will you be sailing on this summer? And where are you going to go? Well, if you are still trying to figure out your way around, Motor Boats Issue No. 31 has some answers for you. There are models for all tastes with boat tests in various price ranges to meet the needs of different types of boaters.

If you are a fan of inflatable boats (even XL ones) there is a“rib dossier” all about the best boats not to miss for 2023!

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Have you chosen? All you have to do is decide where to navigate. Tastes are subjective, but the quality of ports and marinas is less so: we have selected the best in Italy, in collaboration with the editorial staff of

Giornale della Vela

, to take you to the best Italian facilities explaining what they offer.

Read on to see previews of this issue.

Motor Boats No.31

Sunseeker Superhawk 55

Sunseeker’s recipe of the open with XL interior and sporty line conquers the market. The new SuperHawk expands the Performance range and with 38 knots of top speed and a modular deck, it has the ingredients of a best-seller. From pg. 70


Lilybaeum Levanzo 25

Unprecedented lines with a style that combines the classic and the sporty fisherman, crafted with expert craftsmanship. Lilybaeum Yacht’s first born is already a success, and if you take the helm, you won’t want to leave it. From pg. 78

 


Jeanneau Merry Fisher 1295 FLy

The new Merry Fisher insists on the “outboard and flybridge” formula and enshrines a new generation of sport-cruisers. From pg. 84


Sealine C335 vs. S335

The challenge between two 10-meter hulls equal in length, but with deck and interior designed for different uses. Which one to choose? It depends on the use you need to make of it. Let’s get on board to see differences and advantages of the two models. From pg. 90


Valhalla V-55

A high-performance hull. A DNA that draws on the experience of Viking Yachts. And enough flexibility to make it an ideal solution for sport fishing as well. Story of a flagship that burned through the ranks. From pg. 98


Inflatable Dossier 2023

Going to sea and enjoying it to the fullest. That’s what the inflatable boat is all about, relaxation and performance, and our summers are increasingly enlivened by the inflatable boats on which shipyards never stop innovating. Here is our review of the nine models from 7 to 12 meters at the top for 2023. From pg. 110


Special Ports 2023

Boat vacation? It is a dream come true: not only at sea, but also (and especially) in port. Find a well-equipped and positioned tourist marina as the solution that turns the boat into a perfect “second home” by the sea. And to help you choose, we have surveyed the best Marinas of 2023 for you. From pg. 129

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