Comment (25)

  • CinemaDemocratica| May 6, 2014

    What happened to the audio right at the moment of the test sail? Kind of a
    shame, since that’s the part that I was waiting for.

  • llewellyn lewis| May 6, 2014

    Yachting Monthly’s Discovery 57 test:

  • llewellyn lewis| May 6, 2014

    Yachting Monthly’s Discovery 57 test:

  • Guy Cruls| May 6, 2014

    shame the master cabin’s shower cubicle should be so poky – the guy could
    barely turn around. 

  • Star Light| May 6, 2014

    A Jeanneau 57 is less money an nice yacht

  • Evan J| May 6, 2014

    Sad that the person who can afford this boat will probably have little time
    to use it for what it was designed for. Meanwhile what live-aboard cruiser
    wouldn’t love to call this their permanent home? 

  • Haifisch NZ| May 6, 2014

    Nice ridiculously overpriced lemon
    Had to be a pommie boat
    Learn from the French you poms

  • Radu Rovers| May 6, 2014

    This guy is the best presenter. After watching his videos you really have
    an idea of the boat is like. Altho with his accent for a non-english
    sometimes I need to rewind sometime to be sure I understood :)

  • Shawn Mullins| May 6, 2014

    why is this boat so expensive? you can buy a beneteau sense 55 for waaay
    less… and its only a tad bit smaller…

  • AEKARA27| May 6, 2014

    Very nice boat but way too expensive for a 57 footer. I would go for the
    AMEL 55 with the same equipment and save 300K at least.

  • Roger Spinks| May 6, 2014

    Very nice finish on this Discovery, I only see 2 problems with the boat 1st
    the helmsman is left out in the cold during a rain storm or just a cold
    night? 2nd problem is it’s a mono hull, why spend most of your sailing
    heeled over, unless you have one leg shorter than the other buy a Catamaran
    for more space per foot and a level ride. Comes in handy when paying for
    moorage fees. A 44 or 45 ft. Catamaran will give you as much space as a 60
    or 65 ft. Mono Hull?

  • Halcyon Yachts - International Yacht Delivery| May 6, 2014

    We are delivering one at the moment from Jersey to Gibraltar. Very nice

  • Flash Man| May 6, 2014

    It seems all these yacht owners are very innovative at micromanagement.

  • Guilherme Gabriel| May 6, 2014

    Brasil ?

  • MtnGuyMike| May 6, 2014

    um. wow

  • Mark Stephen| May 6, 2014

    £1.3m for a Discovery 57 damn that’s EXPENSIVE 

  • Borut Jenko| May 6, 2014

    Fantje tlo bo treba stestirat ;-)

  • Steven Grimmer| May 6, 2014

    Brilliant video. Nice presenting.

  • volcomstonne21| May 6, 2014

    you dickridin discovery

  • Trevor Vincett| May 6, 2014

    We delivered a 55 earlier this year. She was a great boat and this new 57
    looks even better . Look forward to sailing one. TVYachts 

  • Jeff Puha| May 6, 2014

    This boat seems like a very good performer. Personally, I don’t like her
    lines. I feel she’s rather ugly. My big objection, though, is below decks.
    Her layout seems very choppy and cramped for a 57 ft boat. I also feel that
    there are too many different materials used below. There’s no cohesiveness
    to the look. It seems a jumble of various parts rather than a whole. Not
    for me. If anyone wants to see a beautiful, classic-looking boat in this
    length that also performs very well and has a gorgeous traditional
    interior, check the Cabo Rico 56 out. She’s just about my favorite under
    60-65 ft.

  • Brian Holdsworth| May 6, 2014

    As always, a very well-done video. What an incredible yacht, amazing
    performance, and thoughtful design. Want!

  • Mr. Midshipman| May 6, 2014

    After you buy a boat like even a 37 Hunter, you’ll start to see the real
    America, now lazy and fat and useless Americans are, cept to whine and
    bitch. If you need a whiny drunken bitchy crew. They’re good at that. Most
    don’t know the difference between a Halyard and a head. By the way, reports
    on those compact washer driers are they don’t work either:) Other than
    that, this is a great boat.

  • İBRAHİM SAPMAZ| May 6, 2014

  • 8wealthyone8 .| May 6, 2014

    This boat dont cost even $1 million. Much less. Anyway are there sailing
    boats with less ropes? ta