The 2016 Newport International Boat Show featured a wide range of powerboats and sailboats and Yachting was there to walk the docks.
The show, held in mid-September, hosted nearly 600 exhibitors with vessels ranging from 15 feet to 110 feet.
Tiara Yachts’ Q44 has been referred to as an SUV of the sea.
Riviera’s convertible are equally at home cruising the coast or trolling for big-game over blue water.
This rugged-looking Ribcraft tender caught our eye.
This Ranger Tug 31 was born to travel.
Note the fine entry of the Palm Beach 65.
The Palm Beach 65 is built in Malaysia and offers a first-class fit-and-finish, high-tech fiberglass and carbon fiber construction, and is customizable. Build time is about 10 months.
Is this Monte Carlo is smiling at us?
Monte Carlo’s yachts have a trademark, modern version of the wave-slicing plumb bow.
MJM’s yachts provide plenty of room for aft-deck entertaining and bridge-deck cruising comfort.
The MJM 50Z offers Downeast style, solid performance and top-notch standards like a Seakeeper gyro.
We’re big fans of the Grand Banks 44 EastBay’s extended cockpit sunshade. Check out the size of that teak swim platform.
Look closely. This Gibsons, British Columbia, import from Coastal Craft, is built entirely of aluminum.
Carver’s offerings in the express cruiser segment maintain the indoor and outdoor volume the builder is known for, yet keeps the profile relatively low.
Carver offers its owner multiple outdoor entertaining areas, both in the cockpit and on the flybridge. Note the high rails offering safe transit from the cockpit to the foredeck.
A first look at the Bertram 35, inspired by the legendary Bertram 31.
A bow view of the Bertram 35.
The Back Cove 32 took best new powerboat under 35 feet at the Newport International Boat Show.
Got tender garage? This Azimut 55S does, with room to spare.
The Azimut Verve 40 made her North American debut at the Newport show. She offers a new take on the walkaround express cruiser. Cruise speed with triple 350 hp outboards? 37 knots!
What’s better than one Azimut flybridge? How about a pair?