New models from established companies come along at a regular clip of course, but the Southport 26 represents something else entirely: a design arising from a clean sheet of paper.
Regulator Marine's new 23, an evolutionary improvement of the company's original 23, represents good news for the boat-buying public.
The 3480 blew the collective socks off both the fishing public and the marine press when introduced last fall at the Fort Lauderdale boat show.
This 2500 offers the same stylish good looks as the 2800, the same well-designed fishing layout, and the same upscale fit and finish, all in a boat that's more affordable and easier to handle.
Mako's 284 replaces the long-running 282 model, and represents the first truly new model the company has brought to the market in quite some time.
Built to run with the big dogs, this boat looks great just doing it.
Handy design features happen to come wrapped in a beautiful, aggressively styled package, too. It's a complete package, from stem to stern, a serious boat built for serious fishermen.
Fishing in Elbow Cay, in the Abaco chain of the Bahamas, when we had a rare encounter with a Mako shark.
Yellowfin's new 34 bridges the gap between the company's highly acclaimed 31- and 36-foot models.
For quite some time, Regulator fans have been asking for a boat that would bridge the gap between the company's popular 26- and 32-foot models...