With an after section like hers, one might be tempted to think that she excels only when stationary. But that’s not the case. This boat shoots across the water.
When I recently took the 43 out off Fort Lauderdale, Florida, her Valerio Rivellini-designed hull ate up a 2-foot slop with ease, even at 38 knots with the hammer down. And she came off the tops of occasionally larger swells with an exceptionally soft landing, thanks to a steep entry. At the same time, the yacht’s hard chine kept her drier than a good martini.