Curves, wide sweeps and dynamic ellipses give the Phantom 50 an unmistakable harbour presence. She always appears to have just arrived from some faraway port - or to be her way to one. Few boats of this size have that purposeful, long-distance demeanour, or the stunning purity of line that separate true class from mere glitz. Step aboard this wanderer, across the teak-floored aft cockpit, and head up the solidly built stairway to the flybridge. A comfortable dining area for six, easily converting to a big sunbathing platform; a starboard-side lounger which folds to form a companionable third forward-facing seat alongside the central helm position; wet bar with room for optional fridge and electric griddle. Nothing watsoever is lacking.