Vids Onboard

Leader Vid

May 10, 2017

Boat builders recognize that you love to look at and shop for boats online. The best part is that that boats make fabulous subjects for footage and the videos are always fun to watch and enjoy.

Welcome to our new column that takes a look at some of the most interesting out there. We’ll update this list every issue so there’s always new ones for you to lap up.

Boat designers, builders and brokers – please shoot your videos our way to CYonboard@kerrwil.com . And CYOB readers – please use the same address to let us know which ones you loved!

Here’s this issues selection:

Canadian Yachting previewed this boat at the Miami Boat Show last February and will be doing a sea trial at the Cruisers Dealer meeting in August, this is a MUST see video

To get us started, a couple from Jeanneau – one sail, one power

JEANNEAU 51: Guided Tour Video in English. Click here

LEADER46 : High-performance hull, generous exteriors spaces and innovative interiors – Click here

 

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