The Sedna 24 comes with an attractive pricetag of just under £30,000, which makes it a realistic alternative to a secondhand boat. We take you on a tour in this Sedna 24 video shot at the 2016 Southampton Boat Show, where it was one of the smallest boats on display.

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The Sedna 24 an appealing small boat nicely finished, plenty of deck space and a surprisingly attractive interior.

There is a really nice feeling below decks, it's got a nice bright headlining, lots of real wood and space to sleep five people. There's a double berth in the bow, open plan to the main saloon, and a double berth under the cockpit. There's a central table above a box for the lifting keel, a small galley and a separate heads compartment.

Overall this looks like a lovely family cruiser that packs a huge amount in and although its pricetag is undoubtedly cheap, the feeling is of a high quality little boat.

For another great value Polish-imported craft, see Viko S30 review: economic fast cruising yacht.

Sedna 24 video

The Sedna 24 offers great value, but it feels far from cheap.



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Written by: Rupert Holmes
Rupert Holmes has more than 70,000 miles of offshore cruising and racing experience, in waters ranging from the North Sea to the Southern Ocean and Cape Horn. He writes about all aspects of boat ownership and marine travel, including destinations, seamanship and maintenance, as well as undertaking regular new boat and gear tests. He currently sails around 5,000 miles per year and in the past couple of seasons has cruised from the UK to the Azores, as well as winning his class in the 2014 two-handed Round Britain and Ireland Race. He also owns two yachts, one based in the Mediterranean and the other in the UK.
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