The following boats will make their debut at the 2019 United States Sailboat Show
Capitalizing on 40 years of expertise, the First Yacht 53 is the latest member of the First range, launched by BENETEAU in 1977. With sights set on high-performance cruising and more, this “Luxury Performance” sailing yacht was designed for expert sailors and demanding owners. With a well-balanced hull and helm for unique sensations, easy-flow deck plan, modern marine interior with a décor of white lacquered bulkheads and moulded wood, the First Yacht 53 gets the renewal of the new generation of First sailing yachts truly underway!
Like all the catamarans of this range, Excess 12 is for those who dream of a cruising catamaran that provides real sailing sensations. Excess 12 has an assertive and qualitative personality which breaks with the codes of traditional sailing. Its design embodies both sportsmanship and modernity. The Excess 12 is a sophisticated, balanced and refined boat with a strong personality, sleek lines, elegant proportions, and perfect balance.
Hallberg-Rassy 48 MK II
The Hallberg-Rassy 48 is a true blue water cruiser that offers more natural light, more comfort and more elegance than ever before. With three double cabins and a vast saloon, she offers great space for modern comfort aids. Known far and wide for sturdy construction, superb craftsmanship and signature seaworthiness, Hallberg-Rassy boats are globally respected for their elegant lines and spirited performance.
Eagle Class 53
The Eagle Class 53 presented by Fast Forward Composite is designed to perform much like an America’s Cup style catamaran. Conceived by professional sailors and designed by an international team of designers, engineers and naval architects, the Eagle Class 53 is the ultimate weekender. The EC 53 is equipped with the latest in foiling and wing technology and is capable of navigating at top speeds with unrivaled comfort and luxury.
NEEL 47 Trimaran
The NEEL 47 is the result of many hours of navigation, configuration and exploration. The NEEL 47 takes up the fundamental principles of NEEL: safety and comfort at sea, finesse of steering, performance, weight distribution centered to the main hull, and elimination of unnecessary manufacturing and maintenance costs. The boat stands out for its simplicity.
Dufour 390 and 430
The Dufour 390 and 430, the new generation of the Dufour Grand Large – the third since the range was launched 2005, represents a perfect match between performance, easy handling and comfort. Hulls with softened and raised bilge strake, optimized deck plans to take full advantage of your sailing and stopovers, new standard equipment, and connected technology with the new “Dufour Connect” unit: the 3.0 Grand Large Generation will definitely make you want to sail away.
Following the success of the Tiwal 3 (nearly 1,000 boats sold), Tiwal launches their latest little boat: Tiwal 2, the inflatable sailing dinghy which is even lighter, more compact, and is ready to sail in 15 minutes. Tiwal intends to make the Tiwal 2 the essential toy aboard cruising boats.
A SIMPLE, SUPER-LIGHTWEIGHT INFLATABLE SAILING DINGHY
An accessible and versatile model. With this model, the shipyard broadens the scope of use and opens up new prospects at sea. While not aiming to compete with racing yachts, the AMEL 50 promises superb sensations, allowing owners to choose the way they use their boat. A family trip for a relaxing weekend break, a coastal getaway for two or a cruise on the high seas with friends… AMEL 50 is all of the above.
The Hanse 675 will be making its North America debut at the US Sailboat Show. Experience the luxury of the Hanse 675. An exceptionally innovative yacht – redefining the future of sailing.
The BALI 5.4 is characterized by completely open spaces and very ergonomic living spaces. In addition to the recognized innovations which include an impressive flybridge area and an integral forward deck which replaces the trampoline making it perfect for lounging and sunbathing, the large tilt-and-turn door and sliding windows and new access to the front cockpit through an interior door and cabins through panels opening onto the rear cockpit. All of these features are integrated into a catamaran which is easy to sail and handle.