Power & Motoryacht Magazine
About Power & Motoryacht MagazineThe exclusive magazine for large powerboat owners. Each issue is fact-packed with information on new boating equipment and advice, and filled with beautiful color photography of the latest boating destinations. It is the only magazine that understands your passion for boating and yachting. More Info
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Their boat tests are often only slightly in depth. You do not hear about anything where they test a yacht for an entire afternoon or longer. Would they recommend that yacht for themselves if they wanted to entertain their friends for a few days? What is the smallest number that should operate that yacht?