Once again Frauscher is opening the International Boat Show season with fresh design and innovation, welcome, the new 747 Mirage. The iconic numbers 747, are well renowned in the aeronautical industry, however Frauscher see their 747 as worthy contender to carry such numbers. Frauscher have continued to push the boundaries in the sports boat market, so the WSB team see if Frauscher have stepped up to the mark and can lay claim to those iconic numbers in a nautical sense.
Italian boat builder Fiart Mare has launched their new flagship model the Epica 58. Fiart Mare’s continuing range expansion sees their new flagship enter the 50 foot plus market supported by their under 50 foot learnings. Fiart Mare has a distinct design and feel that is unmistakable, dare we say it that the Italian brand has a certain soul and flair that surrounds its range and its something you will notice when you come into contact with the Fiart Mare Epica 58.
Sealine is to launch their new C48 Coupe at the Southampton Boat Show. This ground breaking modern design is the ultimate solution to “turn-key” boating. There are no covers to undo or canopies to unfurl. The helm and saloon are fully enclosed by a signature wrap around screen with an electric sunroof providing full or partial access to the elements. Sliding patio doors link the cockpit to the saloon, creating the largest single social space for a boat of this size. A modern IPS drive system offers exceptional fuel efficiency and manoeuvrability, as well as enabling a full beam, full height master cabin. The C48 is a true cruising boat that allows you to escape and explore in style.
Princess Yachts International has announced the addition of an exciting new model to their V Class range of sports yachts. Fast, agile and spacious, the new V39 marks a stunning return to the under 40-foot arena for the brand. For the first time in over a decade, there is a new Princess below 40 feet opening up a whole new category for the Company and providing a very welcome proposition for those who prefer smaller craft yet still demand the very best in style, performance and quality – in short a Princess.
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.