Yamarin 60 DC in the Powerboat and RIB magazine

Yamarin 60 DC in Powerboat and RIB magazine

Yamarin 60 DC was tested by Alex Whittaker and the test was published at the Powerboat and RIB webiste.

Here are some quotes from the article: 

”The Yamarin 60 DC is a neat 6.06m cuddy designed in Finland. The overall design is tidy, modern and minimal. She is handsome and practical, rather than fussy or sporty.”

”Boarding at the stern is straightforward, and there is a foldaway reboarding/swim ladder tucked under the starboard bathing platform. There is also a handy stainless steel handle to pull oneself out of the water. Great for family water sports, a sturdy, well-designed waterski arch provides safe handholds in the whole transom area.” 

”The pleasant cockpit displays a number of Scandinavian design cues. It is minimalist, uncluttered and easy to keep clean. However, fine teak decking brings real warmth to what would otherwise be a neatly gelcoated rectangle.“

”With the relative position of the dashboard and throttle, and the adjustments available for the skipper’s seat, it was easy to feel both comfortable and safe at the helm, either seated or standing. We were pleased to note the driver’s moulded-in footrest at the helm position. Overall driving ergonomics were very good.” 

The overall verdict:

”This is a great family starter boat. She is a safe, sure-footed and fast cuddy. If you buy the basic boat, just add life jackets and off you go. You will be ready to camp on the water next weekend. However, if you want just a little more weekender comfort and practicality, then specify a table and maybe a stereo. Fill up the rear lockers with ice, and buy yourself a Bluetooth portable speaker, plus a budget hand-held VHF radio. Sorted!”

Read the whole test on the website: https://powerboatandrib.com/yamarin-60-dc/

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