Boot Düsseldorf Boat Show: 10 Yachts to Check Out

Boot Düsseldorf Boat Show: 10 Yachts to Check Out
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This is Germany's largest indoor boat show.

This Saturday, Boot Düsseldorf, the world's largest indoor boating event, kicks off a nine-day run after a two-year hiatus. It showcases watercraft from paddleboards to superyachts in 16 big halls, with more than 1,500 exhibitors from 68 countries exhibiting. A 213-foot-long pool for watersports demos is included in the space, as well as an artificial river. International boat shows begin with this event on the Rhine's banks. The following are the 10 newcomers who are sure to take the spotlight at the Boot.

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Ferretti Yachts 580

In addition to this 120-footer, Ferretti offers seven other flybridge yachts between 50 and 100 feet in its burgeoning big cruiser lineup. Filippo Salvetti designed the design. An extravagant sunning and entertaining area has been designed outside the 580, as well as a luxury three-stateroom layout.

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Azimut S7

As far as looks go, Azimut's 70-footer S7 appears little changed from its launch at Düsseldorf last year. A sleek exterior may resemble the 2017 S7, but what's underneath is what counts. With triple 800hp Volvo D13 1050 IPS power, the redesigned hull has been designed in collaboration with Volvo Penta engineers for improved fuel efficiency.

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Sunseeker 75 Sport Yacht

The difference between twelve inches and twelve feet can be enormous. A new Sunseeker 75 Sport Yacht has replaced the Sunseeker 74 Sport Yacht. In addition to the extra foot, the stern features a new hydraulic swim platform, reworked stairs, and a redesigned cockpit. 46mph is the top speed of the twin MAN V12s. The all-new Superhawk 55 joins the new 75 at Düsseldorf.

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Princess S72

A new Princess S72 model is being unveiled by Princess Yachts in Düsseldorf. Featuring a compact flybridge and four staterooms, the 72-foot Sportbridge fits between the builder's S66 and S78 luxury cruisers. With twin MAN V12 diesel engines rated at 1,650 or 1,800 horsepower, the top speed is 41 mph.

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Capoforte SQ240i

There has been a booming boom in the market for electric dayboats recently, and this stylish Italian-built boat is the newest entry. A sexier-looking alternative to many competitors, the high-sided, 24-foot SQ240i is powered by a 50kW electric motor and shaft drive from German maker Molabo. Besides having the option of electric sterndrive propulsion, it will also feature Yamaha Harmo technology.

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Galeon 560 Fly

A new 58-foot flybridge cruiser design by Polish builder Galeon Yachts incorporates more glass than fiberglass. Its global debut at Düsseldorf is the stunning new Tony Castro-designed Galeon 560 Fly. The new 560's cabin is flooded with light thanks to its large, floor-to-ceiling windows.

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Invictus TT420

Its head-pinnace bow-bow and wave-like hardtop make the Italian Invictus TT460 day boat a big favorite with us. With the TT420, Düsseldorf's boutique builder is entering the popular segment with the 460's kid brother. In addition to the small tender garage at the stern, Christian Grande has designed the boat's bold exterior. A pair of Volvo D6 engines power the 420.

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Bavaria SR33

A 37-foot weekender has been unveiled by German cruiser builder Bavaria at its home show. With its oversized cockpit and sun-shading hardtop, this boat is family-friendly and designed by Marco Casali. SR33 will be available with a single 350hp Volvo diesel engine, which is smart thinking given today's fuel prices.

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Contest Yachts 50CS

This is plug-and-play sailing. The 50CS, a new sailing yacht by Dutch crafter Contest Yachts, will be available with electric propulsion for the first time at Düsseldorf. With Torqeedo's 50kW Deep Blue motor powered by BMW's 40kW lithium-ion batteries, Contest used a 50kW motor. At the show, the newly-launched 49CS will be joined by the all-new center cockpit.

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Delphia 11

Delphia, a Polish boatbuilder owned by Groupe Beneteau, announced last year that it will abandon diesel power entirely by 2024. Delphia 11, a brand new inland cruiser designed by Tony Castro, made its Düsseldorf debut using batteries. At its cruise speed of 6mph, the 35-footer boasts a range of around 44 miles from its Torqeedo Deep Blue electric motor and 80kWh battery bank.

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