Mon 28th May 2018


1999 - Present


It's easy to see the appeal of flybridge motor yachts. Whether you're at the helm, soaking up the sun or simply relaxing with a glass of something chilled there's a magical quality to this area of a boat. Perhaps it's the feeling of being closer to the elements. Or the excellent vantage point that it gives. Whatever the appeal, we know that flybridge owners like to spend as much time as possible in this area of the boat. That's why we concentrate on making our flybridges as versatile as possible. In the F37, not only is the flybridge's table cleverly stored in the helmseat but it also rotates to provide all-round seating for entertainment and dining. A vast sunpad completes the layout giving the impression of being aboard a much larger craft.

As tempting as it might be to spend all day on the flybridge, F37 owners who finally descend the stairs to the cockpit will find an equally enticing area to socialise in. The saloon has a comfortable U-shaped settee with another two seater ottoman on the port side which cleverly acts as an infill for the settee, creating an extra double berth. Conventional accommodation comprises a large forward master cabin, with a twin cabin on the starboard side that can quickly be converted into a double. Separate shower and toilet compartments complete the layout below deck.

Start up the twin engines and you'll discover a boat that handles every bit as good as it looks. Unlike many boats in this class the F37 is powered by a shaft driven engine rather than a stern drive and this is reflected in its performance. The steering is light and precise at all speeds, while the ride is extremely comfortable for a vessel of this size. This is a boat that loves to exceed your expectations.