Used boat expert Nick Burnham picks out four of the best hardtop sportscruisers on the market, from the likes of Beneteau, Jeanneau, Hardy and Azimut.
Sportscruisers are brilliant! Low, sleek and fast, they’re the sportscars of the aquatic world.
A thrill to drive and a great way to cover ground, they’re typically faster than a flybridge boat, have more cockpit accommodation, put everyone on one level when outside and have a less exposed outside helm position.
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