The numbers of the third edition of the Venice Boat Show
There were many keys that enriched the third edition of the nautical kermesse with content. Starting with the numbers. The boats on display grew by 25 percent for a total of 300 models lined up in the waters of the basin. The number of exhibitors also increased to 200. But the news that, perhaps, made sea and boating enthusiasts in general happiest concerns the world premieres unveiled to the general public.
The Venice Boat Show was chosen by Wally to present the brand new wallypower58, just as Anvera took the opportunity of the Venetian kermesse to raise the curtain on its new 58-foot flagship.
Custom Line 106 flagship at the Venice Boat Show.
Staying on the flagship theme, the scepter of queen of the show fell to the Custom Line 106. In this regard, imposing as always the fleet lined up by the Ferretti Group which, for this edition, also lined up the latest arrivals such as the Ferretti Yachts 780 and the Pershing 7X.
Sanlorenzo’s new additions
Sanlorenzo could not miss this showcase, which also chose this showcase to announce two important new products that will be featured at the Cannes boat show in September. These are the new SD90/s, the entry-level of the displacement shuttle range, and the SP110 the first revolutionary model of a new family of performance hulls whose design saw the involvement of Tilli Antonelli for product development, Bernardo Zuccon for exteriors, Marco Arnaboldi for waterlines and Piero Lissoni for interiors.
Azimut at the Venice Boat Show
For Azimut, the appointment with the Serenissima boat show was an opportunity to bring four models: two from the Fly line (60 and 68) and two from the Magellano range (66 and 25 meters). Also holding high the honor of Made in Italy were the names of Pardo Yachts, Absolute Yachts and Arcadia.
Sunseeker’s first time at the Venice Boat Show
Also of note were some excellent new entries, among the exhibiting shipyards, which came from abroad. Such was the case with Sunseeker at its first appearance at the Venetian event. The Poole-based shipyard took this opportunity to field three models including the new 75 Yacht.
Tecnohull’s Italian premiere
And staying on the subject of excellent debuts, the name of Tecnohull also stood out, which has set its sights on Venice for its debut at an Italian boat show. The Hellenic shipyard, which specializes in the production of high-performance inflatable boats, fielded two novelties such as the GT7 and the Explorer 40 designed for those who love to experience the sea without compromise.