Tiara debuted the 50 Coupe three years ago as the first in a fleet of sport yachts. This summer, the builder splashed the next generation of that yacht: the 53 Coupe.
Walker Bay Boats has added a 17-foot RIB to its Generation fleet, which now ranges from 11 to 17 feet. “We found ways to build a rigid inflatable boat with the features you’d normally find on bigger boats,” says Michael Carroll, director of sales and marketing. “You will get the Generation line’s style and performance with even more bells and whistles.”
Power catamarans are known for their smooth ride and big-water capability. They’re also known for what some consider a clunky, unflattering look — a characteristic that in part has muted their popularity.
Back Cove Yachts has added a sixth boat to its fleet of Down East cruisers. The Back Cove 32 bridges the gap between the 30 and 34. The Rockland, Maine, company also builds two 37-foot models and a 41-footer.
Ever popular and ever practical, center consoles are considered the nautical equivalent of the SUV. Even in sizes as small as 15 feet, a center console allows anglers the freedom to fight a fish from every point on the compass. And in bare-bones form, these boats don’t ask for much more than a freshwater bath, inside and out, at day’s end — much like a Jeep Wrangler or Land Rover Defender.
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