Power & Motoryacht

Uniesse 56SS

Last fall, in the midst of the Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show, Editor-in-Chief Dan Harding asked me to check out the new Uniesse 56SS (Super Sport) we’d just strolled past. It was late in the afternoon and I was feeling just a tad jaded concerning matters of marine pulchritude. But then again, curiosity springs

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