A few of our favourite boats
Day 5 has been an exhausting day. We have had hundreds of visitors coming to our stand this weekend. We have been adding new boats to the site and new berths too.
Below are a few images of our favourite boats. I hope you like them.
This is the Quaranta a catamaran from Curvelle. It’s 34.1m long with a beam of 9m. It has 2 Caterpillar C32 acert 1900 motors. This gives it a top speed of 21 knots. However, the real selling point of the boat is it’s interior. It’s a real thing of beauty inside. We are hoping to be able to add this boat to our range for next season.
This is the San Lorenzo 40 Alloy. It was the first yacht to offer the folding balconies that extend beyond the sides of the vessel.
There were also a few boats that were making their world debuts. Including this new version of the Beneteau Oceanis 35 above. Beneteau were also displaying their new models of their popular Flyer range.
We are big fans of the Wider boats and were happy to see some of Tilli Antonelli’s creations on display including this Wider 32 in bright orange.
Another boat that we hope we will be able to offer as a charter from next year is this luxury Tug. The Maria Teresa was built in 1962 but completely refitted in 2010 with all modcons. It offers a luxury with a hint of a bygone era.