Premiering Sailboats

Please review the boats that will premier at the 2021 United States Sailboat Show.
Please Note: Attendees may be asked to wear a mask when boarding specific boats.

Balance 482

Behold the boldly contemporary lines of our trend setting high performance blue water voyager. Designed by World Champion catamaran racer Phillip Berman and Award Winning naval architect Anton Du Toit, the Balance 482 is blue water tough, fast as a gazelle, yet exceptionally easy to handle.


The First 27 delivers fun and modern planing sailing thanks to modern design and building technologies. Families and couples will love taking her cruising, she will transform a light or strong wind day into a great sailing experience, and she will win trophies on the club races. 

BENETEAU Oceanis 40.1

The BENETEAU Oceanis 40.1 is a cruiser with unrivaled deck volume and interior space— and she does it all without sacrificing performance. Available with either two, three or four cabins, she also features a C-shaped forward galley with an abundance of storage and a spacious countertop. Get to know the Oceanis 40.1, a sleek cruiser that makes the most of her space. Whether cruising or at anchor, life is just better when you’re on board.

BENETEAU Oceanis Yacht 54

Modern inside and out, the nimble Oceanis Yacht 54 is a high-end cruiser with an optimized cockpit and interior layout that doesn’t sacrifice practicality, performance or comfort. She represents the pinnacle of modern monohull cruising design. When both form and function are of equal importance, the result is the Oceanis Yacht 54. As pretty as she is capable, and as focused as she is versatile, this spacious, luxurious cruiser is equally ready for a fast ocean passage or a sunset cruise. 

CNB 66

The new CNB 66  was designed as the largest sailing yacht that could be handled by a family crew. It can be equipped with the hydraulic roller-furling boom developed in an exclusive partnership with Hall Spars. Endowed with a carbon bowsprit, her elegant lines conceal an abundance of volume. Decoration and interior environments are designed by Jean-Marc Piaton and Rafael Bonet. Outside, there is clear separation between the lounging and handling areas. 


Dufour 470

The Dufour 470 combines both Dufour’s know-how and the Brand’s desire to innovate. This model, in line with its predecessor, enjoys the yard’s DNA while offering an edge of modernity. Its hull design and the fluidity of its deck layout already make it an iconic sailing boat. Its modernity, its simplicity and its elegance already make it a new “classic”.


Dufour 61

The Dufour 61 was designed and built in the tradition of the Dufour range. Developed to provide simple instinctive sailing, exciting and efficient, this new model combines luxury and simplicity. The Dufour 61 offers two different galley layouts, while maintaining spacious living space and enjoying plenty of natural day light. The layout with forward galley interconnects the different living spaces.


East Coast Sailboats – Topaz Fusion

Topaz Fusion is a simple, stable and fun sailboat for single/double handed recreational sailing, club or a school boat. A great addition to the Topaz fleet. This boat is versatile & low maintenance. Sail singlehanded with just the mainsail, add a jib for crew, use a Pro mainsail for more power and response, Fusion can even be rowed when there’s no wind!

Fountaine Pajot  – Samana 59

Achieving the perfect blend of space and intimacy, the Samana 59 will enchant you and inspire sailing experiences that bring friends or family together for unforgettable moments. Designed for any style of cruise you desire, this new 59-foot Flagship luxury catamaran transforms ordinary life on board into an inimitable experience of luxury, serenity and freedom.

Isla 40

The Isla 40 is the access model to the Fountaine Pajot range: like a flagship, she is our standard bearer. Her name is a self-evident and she sets the benchmark for sailing catamarans of this size. Her inverted bows, her innovative saloon where the chart table adjacent to the entrance gives way to a “total relaxation” lounger, her performances and her habitability.

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 380

Announcing the Sun Odyssey 380, the latest addition to the Sun Odyssey range. Designed by naval architect Marc Lombard with interior styling by Piaton Bercault, the all-new Sun Odyssey 380 complete with the award-winning walk-around deck, follows the same design trend of its predecessors the Sun Odyssey 410, 440, and 490.

Jeanneau Yachts 60

The JEANNEAU YACHTS 60 has been designed to be tailored to satisfy all preferences and cruising lifestyles.  She allows numerous choices, such as an arch, a hardtop, an exterior galley, releasable forestay, furling mast, with which you would transform her from a sporty “Mediterranean” yacht to a fully-fledged offshore cruiser for longer voyages.

Lagoon SIXTY 5

The new Lagoon SIXTY 5 sailing catamaran comes as a worthy successor of the highly successful 620 model. This Lagoon catamaran also follows on from the SIXTY 7 Power Catamaran. The amount of volume that the SIXTY 5 offers for socializing and relaxing will immediately impress you. The cockpit is an impressive social space. It is home to a comfortable table for eight people, with plenty of space for sunbathing.


Seawind 1600 Passagemaker

The Seawind 1600 Passagemaker is built to the highest standards of a luxury world-class yacht of this size and type. Only the highest quality materials & equipment are used throughout, with special care and attention to delivering first class finishes and solutions for serious cruisers.


Voyage 590

VOYAGE charters presents the all new VOYAGE 590, a luxury blue water cruising catamaran – the latest model from VOYAGE yachts of Cape Town. It offers exceptional accommodations, integrated in beautiful hulls, beneath a perfect sail plan. An array of optional systems render this exquisite design the perfect choice for the sailor intent on an idyllic life on the water

Xquisite Yachts X5 PLUS

The new bow design offers modern looks, while the overall length of the new model is 53’ with the additional bow sprit which is part of the very powerful sail plan of the new X5 PLUS. The use of modern materials and build techniques, such as vacuum infusion and composite bulkheads allowed for a significantly lighter build of the X5 PLUS.