Downeast

Downeast
They really aren’t lobster boats anymore. It’s hard to imagine anyone pulling traps from the well-varnished cockpit of a new Downeast model. However, today’s boats have the lobster boat heritage—the low profile, the long shear, the tumblehome, and, above all, the sea-keeping ability. View our collection of Downeast boat reviews to find the right one for you.
MJM 50Z

Catch the MJM 50z at FLIBS

The MJM 50z (55'3" LOA, 15' beam) has been redesigned with a new sliding-glass enclosed bridgedeck. With her advanced design, the 50z is built...
Hinckley Talaria 34 Runabout

Hinckley Talaria 34 Runabout

At the 2015 Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, Hinckley promised to introduce a yacht that would herald a new golden age of Hinckley runabouts. The...
Chris-Craft Commander 42

Chris-Craft Commander 42

The Chris-Craft Commander 42 marks the first step into the cabin cruiser market through a range of lobster-style boats thanks to a joint venture with...
Bertram 35

Bertram 35

The new Bertram 35 capitalizes on the soul and beauty of the original 31 yet offers a beamier and longer hull design. Michael Peters...
Downeast Buyers Guide

Downeast Buyers Guide

These 16 new downeast models have a lot to offer. They really aren’t lobster boats anymore. Indeed, it’s hard to imagine anyone pulling traps from...

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