Boot Düsseldorf, the worlds’ largest trade fair for the water sports industry, will return to Messe Düsseldorf on 21 – 29 January 2023 with world premieres from the world’s leading yacht builders
Ferretti Yachts 580
The exteriors of the Ferretti Yachts 580 feature an attractive design with a strong personality and clean, sporty lines that echo the brand’s classic stylistic cues. The major innovations include the wide range of customisation options available not only on the main deck but also on the lower deck, which offers two layouts, both with three cabins.
Turning to the materials, the mix of fine woods and fabrics conveys a clean and rational sense of design in a refined and elegant style, the epitome of modern luxury. Ferretti Yachts 580 will be available in Classic and Contemporary versions. While the former taps into warm, earthy elements, the Contemporary mood features glowing woods and fabrics in fresh hues inspired by the colours of the sea, and both share unmistakable Made in Italy styling.
Azimut will be attending the Düsseldorf International Boat Show this year with an exciting new product: Azimut S7, the sporty new entrant in the S Collection, enhanced by generous volumes and a contemporary, light-filled design. With truly inspired exterior design by Alberto Mancini, this 22-meter craft joins Azimut’s Low Emission Yacht category.
It is a boat that successfully combines a sporty spirit with reduced environmental impact, made possible because the S7 draws on the most technologically advanced solutions in the yacht industry, involving the extensive use of carbon fiber to reduce the boat’s overall weight, a highly efficient propulsion system powered by three Volvo IPS engine.
Sunseeker 75 Sport Yacht
Striking exterior features, modular furniture configurations and a contemporary interior finish deliver an exciting yacht reaching speeds of up to 40 knots with twin MAN V12-1550 or 1900 engines. Lower accommodation spans three cabins with an optional fourth pullman cabin in place of the lower deck saloon.
The yacht profile turns heads with stainless steel air intake cowlings and exterior handrails, contributing to the high-quality finish. The interior space is customisable from the material selection to the configuration. The main deck seating centres around a fold-out table on the starboard side and a large television unit on the port side in a standard arrangement, all flooded by natural light thanks to the full height glazing. The lower deck arrangement offers spacious accommodation for up to eight guests and two crew. With so much choice on offer, buyers can tailor their Sunseeker 75 Sport Yacht to fit their lifestyle perfectly.
With her sweeping profile, sleek styling lines and beautiful full-length hull windows, the Princess S72 is cleverly designed to feel open and spacious. Equipped with twin MAN V12 engines at 1650 or 1800 horsepower and a resin-infused deep-V hull, she delivers dynamic performance and smooth handling at speeds of up to 36 knots.
The cockpit features a unique U-shaped seating area with modular seating, folding teak table and servery unit, cavernous main deck saloon with U shaped sofa is designed for sociable living and the fully equipped galley opposite the large L-shaped dining area, is perfectly place for hosting. Below deck, eight guests enjoy four beautifully appointed cabins, three of which are ensuite and all are bathed in natural light from elegant hull glazing, with a further twin cabin with en-suite aft for occasional guests or crew.
In terms of layout, the Pearl 72 makes a unique introduction to the size-class: two Master Cabins. One is forward with a private entrance, as typically seen on much larger yachts, and the second is full beam amidships. There are two more en-suite double cabins plus accommodation for the crew, in addition to an exceptional garage with space for a William 345 tender (or similar) and a jet ski.
While the exteriors of Pearl Yachts are distinguished by Dixon Yacht Design’s sharp lines, the interiors tend toward flexibility with a selection of three styles, each curated by the inspired eye of Kelly Hoppen CBE. Modern, Luxury, and the latest option, Indulgence, launched with the Pearl 72, present unique takes on boutique interior design.
Sunseeker Superhawk 55
Powered by twin Volvo Penta D11 – IPS 950 engines matched with a hull form specifically designed for the IPS propulsion system, the Superhawk 55 is capable of a thrilling performance with unparalleled agility. The profile is a composition of an all-new composite hull, stainless steel detailing, and expansive glazing. A sculptured full-beam aft cockpit makes full use of the yacht’s incredible width, benefitting from generous configurable seating and concealed appliances integrated into the feature wet bar and optional rise and fall TV.
Sunseeker Superhawk 55 is available as an open-top yacht or with a hard top for added shade. The foredeck offers a full-length sun pad, sliding forward to reveal a table and dedicated seating area. Steps lead down to the lower deck, a highly luxurious open-plan saloon and galley area sat beneath LED lighting. The forward cabin benefits from an en suite, upholstered units, and the aft cabin comes with optional sliding berths offering a double or two singles and a generous en suite.
The Bavaria SR33 impresses with a well-thought-out room layout, providing generous space for four people. The 11.40 m long and 3.46 m wide hull was optimised for rapid, safe handling and with double engines from Volvo Penta and Mercruiser of 500 to 700 HP provide powerful yet economical propulsion.
On board the Bavaria SR33, individual relaxation, sociable hours at sea and yachting fun in general each have their own space. The bow with its generous sunbed is the perfect place to relax, with the comfortable upholstery stretching across the entire surface of the structure. Below deck, the Bavaria SR33’s concept offers plenty of light, plenty of space, four sleeping berths, a cabin and a large salon.
This brand-new 37-foot model is the perfect representation of the DB Yachts line. In addition to a streamlined design, entirely open to the sea, with fine materials and polished finishes, she reveals an unprecedented interior volume for a day boat. Following the DB/43, the DB/37 is the result of a collaboration between and world-renowned naval architects.
Boasting excellent handling, her elegant lines were drawn by the Italian designer, Camillo Garroni, and her hull was designed by Michael Peters Yacht Design. From day boat, to party boat, to cruiser, the DB/37 offers great versatility and a unique design, promising exceptional experiences on the water.
The new model that completes one of Invictus Yacht’s most successful ranges is called TT420. The taut, essential lines of this new 42-footer are distinctive of Invictus hulls, combining style and attention to performance.
The deck, characterised along its entire length by a comfortable perimeter walkway protected by high bulwarks, has a large bow sundeck that can be converted into a chaise longue, transforming it into a romantic and enchanting corner – ideal for comfortably enjoying the cruise or sipping a quiet aperitif. The Invictus TT420 features a sterndrive engine with two 440 horsepower Volvo Penta D6 engines.
Jeanneau Yachts 55 is a direct and uncompromising response to meet the needs of sailors who love to travel and who appreciate beauty. This sailing yacht offers a world entirely constructed around its owners, headed for a unique cruising experience. Designed as a true private apartment, in an unprecedented layout, the forward owner’s suite occupies fully two-thirds of the interior.
Refined, bright and comfortable, the Jeanneau Yachts 55 is well equipped for cruising with full peace of mind. On the exterior, the Dual Cockpit takes on new meaning. The aft is dedicated to relaxation, featuring a gigantic hydraulic swim platform.
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