Exudes opulence and lavish boating theatre
Reviewed Sep 2016
There's nothing like driving a cruiser from the bridge. For one, the view is unobstructed so you get to see all corners of the hull, or at least the transom, when close-quarters manoeuvring. This way you can dodge those malicious pylons and pontoons that leap out at you.
The next best thing about driving a flybridge cruiser is that, well, the view is unobstructed. This means you can saunter up the coast and see the lobster-pot and fish-trap floats, the marine life and other boats in your path, well before they embrace your props or disappear under your bow...