Power & Motoryacht

Jupiter 43 SF

The first thing I thought to myself as I boarded the Jupiter 43 SF was how big the boat felt, even for a 43-footer. It wasn’t just its length or 12-foot, 6-inch beam that gave it that feeling. Even the handrails seemed thicker, while the helm display

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