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BREAKING BOUNDARIES

DOWNEAST CHARM complements an upturned peak only 3 feet 2 inches, the Hylas M44 is a cruise-anywhere craft. ¶ The M44 is built at Hylas’ Queen Long Marine yard in Taiwan, a well-known sailboat builder. It’s applying the same level of craftsmanship overhang shades most of the cockpit, and to its relatively new powerboat

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