Organisers of the 54th Salone Nautico Internationale, in Genoa (Italy) have reported details of three absolute world debut made at the show.
Italian shipyard Rio Yachts, unveiled Paranà 38, a 12m motorboat featuring an athletic style in an innovative design by Marino Alfani.
The livery is white and charcoal, and a wide cockpit is visible in the outside area. Amenities onboard include an automatic convertible table, chaise lounge and an external kitchen. The “soft top” roof allows to handle sun and wind very easily. On the inside, two cabins and two toilets, kitchen transformable dinette and wide glass walls provide an extraordinary brightness.
Also debuting at the show is A44, a 12.70m sailing yacht by Advanced Yacht. The vessel carries two important names from the Italian design industry Studio Nauta for the interior and Roberto Biscontini for the hull.
A44 is an elegant and nice looking, fast cruiser with a wide cockpit among its main characteristics. Her outstanding sailing structure allows a high horse power but, at the same time, total easiness in handling.
Marine equipment manufacturers are also making waves at the show with new product launches. American giant BRP unveiled its new Evinrude E-TEC G2, an evolution of its well-known E-TEC outboard engines. The new propellers range between 200HP-300 HP and are available in a wide range of colours.