During a press conference at Boot Düsseldorf, Sacs Tecnorib presented its new product mix, which will consist of three distinct product lines to cover the different needs of the respective market segments. (Here all our posts about Sacs Tecnorib)
Three new product lines
The first is the Pirelli-branded speedboats line, of which Sacs Tecnorib is the licensee, designed by Ted Mannerfelt, characterised by the walkaround layout that has revolutionised the maxi-rib sector and capable of combining performance, comfort and design on board.
The Rebel collection, on the other hand, is characterised by a unique design with a strong personality signed by Christian Grande and is capable of high performance in all sea conditions thanks to the use of technologies from the military and civil rescue fields.
The Sacs Strider line, finally, is composed of models with a modern design and customisable layout, able to excite thanks to the combination of speed and safety, ideal both as a maxitender and as a daycruiser.
Sacs Tecnorib: two new models
Two new models in particular were presented at the Dusseldorf Show. The Pirelli 30 and the restyling of the Rebel 47.
The Pirelli 30, is the new entry in the Pirelli brand’s walkaround Speedboats line, born from the pencil of Ted Mannerfelt, head of the Swedish Mannerfelt Design Team studio, which boasts incomparable experience in the creation of racing hulls. It is a day cruiser designed exclusively in the outboard version to accentuate the brand’s more adrenalin-fuelled, sporty soul. The new model presented in Düsseldorf is available in two different bow configurations: a walkaround version to privilege conviviality and socialising on board, and a version that takes up the Mediterranean tradition of using the bow as a sundeck.
The Rebel 47 redesigned by Christian Grande, is the natural evolution of the iconic model launched in 2017 and protagonist of an exceptional market response, with over 60 units delivered in the last five years. This new version is a luxury cruiser with a modern design, with a particularly tapered foam profile that makes the external layout sinuous and elegant.
The hard top is completely renewed, made of carbon fibre to lighten the entire structure and further lower the centre of gravity for the benefit of stability. Other innovations on the Rebel 47 include a new windscreen with large rounded shapes to ensure maximum visibility from the helm station, a reduced beam to fit within the 4-metre width, offering a considerable advantage when docking in port and, finally, a new range of metallic paint finishes.