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A single-diesel catamaran

Aspen Power Catamarans this winter will premiere its third and largest boat: the C111 Motor Yacht, a three-stateroom 38-footer with a flybridge and a single 330-hp diesel. That’s right: With company owner Larry Graf’s asymmetrical cat design, the boat needs just one engine.

“The Aspen ‘Power Proa’ hull design is very slippery, makes a small wake, and its drivetrain uses less fuel,” says Graf.

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Scout 420 LXF

Scout Boats in February will become the third boatbuilder in six months to launch a 40-plus-foot center console with four outboards. The 420 LXF will be unveiled at the Miami International Boat Show.

“We went into this with a no-holds-barred attitude to create the best 42-foot center console out there,” says company founder and president Steve Potts.

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Sabre 66 Dirigo

Sabre Yachts next summer will launch its largest model ever — a 66-footer with twin Volvo Penta IPS pod drives, three staterooms and the builder’s highest level of luxury. “We’ve taken it one step further in terms of luxury, convenience, quality, and fit and finish,” says vice president of marketing and sales Bentley Collins. “People are going to get a real Rolls-Royce of a Down East boat.”

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Four Winns’ super-sized bowrider

Among the dozens of new boats introduced during the fall boat show season, one of the most innovative is the Four Winns Horizon 440 Bow Cruiser, a 44-foot open-bow express powered by twin Volvo Penta IPS600 pod drives. “It’s the largest bowrider on the market,” says Christophe Lavigne, vice president of engineering for Rec Boat Holdings, parent company of Four Winns.

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Hunt 32cc

Hunt Yachts is known for its cruisers, coupes and express motoryachts, but the builder continues to grow its fleet of open boats. The newest is the 32cc, a luxury center console that debuts next spring. “This boat really maximizes your time on the water by easily accommodating a full range of activities, including offshore fishing, cocktail cruising, swimming, day trips and transporting kayaks or scuba gear to your favorite harbor — in comfort and style,” says company president Peter Van Lancker.

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