The sensational new Sealine S430 announced at this years boot 2020 in Düsseldorf is the latest sporty S-Line model, continuing the expansion of Sealine’s sports range line up. The S430 design forte is open cruising, bringing the outside in. This mantra starts with the open cockpit which offers every opportunity to enjoy the open seas, featuring an almost fully retractable roof and side windows that merge effortlessly with the open interior layout. Summer open cruising might just be the party peace for the new S430.
The new Pearl 62 kicks off 2020 in style for the British Boatbuilder. Launched at this year’s Boot Dusseldorf the 62 packs a rucksack full of innovative features and trendy design touches that continue the Brand’s ambitions. Starting aft, the yacht can be fitted with an optional up/down bathing platform that also glides outwards to become a terrace on the sea. The transom has a built-in bench that can be used as seating or as a passageway if a tender is stowed on the platform and it lifts to reveal a jet ski garage that can alternatively be fitted as a crew cabin. The bathing platform has runners so that launching a jet ski from the garage is a breeze.
Scout Boats, Inc. has unveiled the much anticipated 530 LXF, the company’s newest luxury sportfishing flagship. This “mega centre console” addition is the company’s latest to its popular LXF model line. The model was officially debuted to the media and public at the 2019 Miami International Boat Show at the Miami Marine Stadium Park & Basin. Scout’s LXF Collection is comprised of luxury sportfish models that showcase a unique blending of high-performance fish boats with high-end cruisers.
M/Y “Metis” is a new 63-meter custom yacht with a steel hull, an aluminium superstructure and a five-deck layout. The personalized gym on the Fly Deck, the touch-and-go helipad and the over 160 sq m owner’s suite with two double beds and an external terrace make “Metis” a true one-of-a-kind Benetti. Join us as we take this welcomed opportunity to meet the latest arrival from Benetti Yachts.
The skills needed to manufacture large products from carbon fibre are indeed specialist, look at the automotive industry and you will see mainstream brands dabble a little but the true specialists who use it to create dream machines are few. The boating industry is following a similar path, many of the mainstream brands are using carbon fibre in larger parts of their manufacturing process but a few are using carbon fibre as their only material of choice. SAY is one of those few in the leisure boat industry that are using their experience of automotive carbon fibre production and applying it to watercraft innovation and production.
The new Rio Sport Coupe’ 44” is built on the strength of its successful predecessor, the “Colorado 44.” That said, look closely and you will see strong ties to its larger cousin the SC 56, which adds a surprisingly welcomed perspective to this new sleek coupe. At over 14 m long it comes with a retractable built-in hard-top, a variety of sumptuous materials that highlight the well laid out interior space and masks the high-performance pedigree waiting to bolt. So what surprises does the SC 44 have up its sleeve? the WSB team check take a closer look.
Luxury British boatbuilder, Fairline Yachts, launched the exciting F-Line 33 this quarter, the yard’s first sub-40ft boat to be launched in almost a decade. The F-Line 33 impressed many during the prestigious Monaco Yacht Show and was showcased as a luxurious tender for superyachts. But is that really everything the new F-Line 33 is good at or is there more? The WSB team take a closer look at Fairline’s answer to superyacht tenders.