Intermarine, the Brazilian shipyard leader in luxury yachts in the country, presents their new Intermarine 65, continuing their aggressive expansion of its range of products. The model was pre-launched at the Rio Boat Show 2011, but is now here and ready to make a splash.
Introducing the smallest of the Brazilian built Intermarine range, the all new Intermarine 42. Its been a very busy and aggressive year of growth for Intermarine and this looks to continue well into 2012. The 42 exterior was designed by the Miami and Viareggio based studio Luiz de Basto Designs, while the interior was projected by the interior designer Karol de Paula.
For over 10 years the traditional Brazilian shipyard Intermarine associated its brand to an international group building its models by license. Due to the substantial changes that occurred on the market after 2008, the partnership became untenable. Therefore Intermarine came back to its origins and started the development of a totally new and own product range.
With 80,000 m2 of exhibition space on land and in water, and more than 500 boats on display, the Festival de la Plaisance de Cannes is Europe’s leading in-water boat and yacht show and no doubt one of the world’s most prestigious. It attracts more than 54,000 visitors from the four corners of the globe, to discover close to 200 new international models, presented in their world debut. This extraordinary event is being held in Cannes and kicks off from 6th – 11th September, a favourite spot where glamour and luxury meet.