Marlow Mainship 37

Marlow Mainship 37

Duffy 29H

Hunt Harrier 25 Sport

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.
Back Cove 32

Back Cove 32

The newest model from the Rockland, Maine-based builder, the Back Cove 32 (37' LOA, 11' 10" beam) certainly looks like part of the family with its...
Sabre 66

Sabre 66

The flagship of the Sabre fleet, the new Sabre 66 luxury express is the largest, most powerful, most sophisticated, and the most yacht-like Sabre...
Zurn/NEB 38

Don’t Miss the Zurn/NEB 38 at FLIBS

The Zurn/NEB 38 was designed for fishing and diving, and with jet drives powered by twin Volvo Penta D-6 diesel engines you’ll get to...
Sabre 45 Salon Express

Sabre 45 Salon Express

Making its world debut in Fort Lauderdale, the Sabre 45 Salon Express (49' LOA, 14' 8" beam) ups the convenience and comfort factors that Sabre owners...
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MJM Yachts 35z

When MJM Yachts was designing a replacement for their classic 29z, 34z, and 36z, the company stayed true to its DNA of cutting-edge design,...

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