The 2014 London Boat Show, Europe’s first boat show of the year, drew to a close yesterday (Sunday 12 January). The Show, which celebrated its 60th anniversary, presented the best of the marine industry and good quality business was conducted at a time when the £2.905bn industry is demonstrating optimism and confidence for the months ahead. A total of 88,593 visited the London Boat Show at ExCeL across the nine days*.
For more than fifty years Carver Yachts, has earned a reputation for designing yachts with spacious and comfortable accommodations that are built to superior construction standards, Carver, as many other manufacturers in the past year, have adopted a new look and innovation across their range with the new 44 as testament to Carvers intent.
It is a luxury boat beyond anything previously built by Riviera, Australia’s most awarded luxury boat builder. The exciting and much anticipated new Riviera 5800 Sport Yacht, is the latest and most dramatic of the company’s European-style Sport Yacht series.
In the passage of model years, one introductory boat to another, “new” and “different” are the easy bywords. “Valuable,” not so much. The demonstration of authentic, enduring value in each new feature on a boat becomes exponentially more challenging, yet rewarding with each passing season, and so now the Cobalt 243 follows in the direct lineage of the rightfully recognized Cobalt A25, last year’s fan favorite in the delivery of genuine value.
Azimut Benetti Group presents two great small boats at the Tullet Prebon London International Boat Show: Azimut 38 and Atlantis Verve 36. Two projects that have brought major innovation into the sector, quickly becoming benchmarks for the competition. This is the United Kingdom debut of Atlantis Verve 36.
The new Azimut Benetti stand, L1, is located in Pavilion L of the ExCeL Exhibition Centre, the area dedicated to motorboat manufacturers. Azimut 72S and Atlantis Verve 36 are both in the running for Motor Boat of the Year 2011.