(Lymington, Hampshire - UK)
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(Mandelieu La Napoule, France)
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The Advanced A44 is a true daysailer: responsive, fun and fast on the water. Good hull volume gives a dry ride and ample space inside for the boutique hotel experience.
A new model from Advanced Yachts and Biscontini Yacht Design which is loyal to the concept of superb design and build, offering fast, rewarding sailing with a superb interior in a yacht that is easily handled. The bigger sister to the A44, the Advanced A62 is a true sporting yacht with the ability of a family cruiser. An optional race configuration gives her a true dual purpose but still with creature comforts.
A high performance 20 metre sailing yacht with the soul of a superyacht. The Advanced A66 boasts a combination of Italian elegance and design, together with the opportunity for owners to explore a variety of custom options - making this high-quality yacht unique.
The real bluewater experience. This Advanced A80 bluewater Maxi Yacht has elegant good looks together with a practical, simple sail plan and cavernous, bright and airy interior.
Introducing the new baby of the range. The rakishly good looking Solaris 40 - with full width transom and twin wheels set well outboard, reverse bow, forward chine and fitted with the optional carbon bowsprit, she cuts a dash. With the pedigree of her big sisters already well established, she will deliver in spades, comfort performance and style. Four hulls sold off plan proves the market needs little convincing on this new yacht - as the saying goes “if it looks right”…
The FPB 64 fleet is well proven and is the perfect tool for a couple with guests to cruise far aboard. They provide a safe and reliable platform for their owners and guests with a range of over 5,000 nautical miles.
The award winning Marex 310 Sun Cruiser is one of the most ingenious and versatile motorboats in the marketplace. Her distinguishing features include a magnificent social cockpit, spacious two-cabin accommodation, stylish hardtop with an extended sunroof, as well as an aft canopy arrangement that is easy and quick to manage.
Newly launched in Summer 2018 the Iguana X100 is the first RIB from the all terrain amphibious brand, Iguana Yachts. Fitted with the tried and tested technology, the tracks can comfortably conquer virtually any terrain while the light and agile RIB hull complete with 380l fuel tank as standard deliver 150 miles and hours of fun on sea and land.
The Pearl 62 was a ground-up project, with the first highly anticipated hull being completed for exhibition at the 2020 Düsseldorf Boat Show. She combines impressive handling and performance from her Volvo Penta pod-drive IPS drives, superior build quality and a luxurious four-cabin layout, with a modern interior design from Kelly Hoppen’s drawing board. Key features include an expansive flybridge, a foredeck sun lounge area and choice of crew cabin or jet-ski garage. She employs a fresh, new language of style, and exudes a sense of real occasion when you step on board.
The most recent FPB design – the FPB 70. They were developed for family cruising with guests providing a bridge between the FPB 64 and the larger FPB 78, which has the potential to carry crew, to deliver an owner-driver yacht with flexible guest accommodation.
The Classic is instantly recognizable with its centre console and wrap around bench seating, while the highly advanced technology makes operation simple and performance agile and dynamic. Carbon fiber, marine grade aluminium and stainless steel ensure the boat is robust, while a simple hydraulic mobility system means easy maintenance.
This is a game-changer in the 22-metre class, with four en-suite double cabins, standard garage for tender and ski, crew cabin and a vast flybridge deck. Two master cabins are fitted out as standard, one nestled in the bows with a private entrance forward, and one full beam set midships from a second entrance corridor. With three Kelly Hoppen interior design schemes to choose from, each owner can put their personal mark on their Pearl 72.
The Solaris 44 sets a new standard in the performance cruising sector. For the first time, a yacht of this size has four winches positioned aft, close to the helmsman, to control all the below-deck lines and enable safe short-handed sailing. The Soto design continues the consistent theme of the range, with a fast, stable and forgiving hull shape that sports a dreadnought bow for maximum water line length and a broad, stern to reduce drag and increase stability. Another new feature is the twin rudders, which provide excellent directional stability, especially in heavy conditions. The hull design also provides for a roomy and light interior, with three double cabins and one bathroom as standard, and an optional second bathroom forward.
The Marex 320 Aft Cabin Cruiser shares many of the characteristics of the successful and award-winning Marex 370 Aft Cabin Cruiser. The Marex 320 won a multitude of awards in her own right - including European Powerboat of the Year.
FPB 78 #1 was built for Steve and Linda Dashew and launched in June 2016. She was followed by 2 further FPB 78s. These yachts are easy to handle, with volume enough for dedicated crew quarters.
The new Marex 330 Scandinavia has been designed as a smaller version of the Marex 375 flagship and benefits from a completely new hull and deck design. This versatile model can be supplied with single or twin-engine configurations installed - on the outdrives or shafts. She offers performance up to a maximum of 38kts, dependent on installation.
Developed directly from the award-winning Solaris 50. The sleek and elegant hull is topped with a low profile coachroof, which is both efficient and safe. All lines are lead aft to the winches at the twin helm stations, and with a self-tacking jib, short-handed sailing is effortless yet exhilarating across all wind conditions. Cleverly incorporating many features from her larger sisters, such as flush-folding sprayhood, tender garage and forward deck locker, the Solaris 47 also boasts three double cabins and two bathrooms as standard.
The largest and fastest of the FPB fleet to launch the FPB 97 provides effortless transatlantic ability at over 12 knots.
When action and adventure are high on the agenda, the robust and muscular Iguana Expedition is the ultimate all-terrain vehicle. Equipped to endure unforgiving conditions – from its wave piercing bow and deep-v hull to shock-absorbing seats – travel in safety and explore seamlessly, sacrificing none of the style Iguana is known for.
The Solaris 50 represents the most important design evolutions for generations and is the common denominator for the current Solaris range. With reverse dreadnought bow for maximum waterline length, broad aft quarters for increased form stability and a chined stern to reduce drag, combined with a powerful, yet easily managed rig plan, the Solaris 50 offers sparkling and easy sailing performance and is always a contender at the Solaris Cup. The light and airy interior has three double cabins and two bathrooms both with shower compartments. Deck storage is superb, with a transom tender garage and spacious forward deck locker. It is no surprise that the Solaris 50 continues to break all sales records.
The Pearl 80 offers an exhilarating pocket-superyacht experience and has been met with industry-wide acclaim since the model’s launch in 2017. From the beautifully streamlined exterior lines designed by the renowned designer Bill Dixon, to the stunning open-plan interior designed by Kelly Hoppen, every detail ensures that your life on the ocean is well and truly catered for. Complete with jet-ski garage and hydraulic bathing platform, the Pearl 80 accommodates up to eight guests in four en-suite cabins.
The Marex 360 Cabriolet Cruiser is a luxurious yacht, with a full planing and competent hull design. This yacht’s special feature is the cockpit, as she offers one of the largest convertible cockpit designs in class. There is enough space to allow ten people to relax comfortably together around the cockpit table, perfect for those social occasions.
The first of the Iguana range to include a sealed weatherproof helm and cosy cabin with integrated head. The key features of the Iguana Commuter instantly extend an owners time on the boat. The Commuter is available with two deck configurations; the all comfort Limo fitted with 6 shock mitigating seats or the transformational lounge seating of the Sport.
Forever a concept yacht – the FPB 130 demonstrates how the qualities of the FPB brand can be successfully scaled in order to deliver a crewed yacht with enormous range, speed and extraordinary seakeeping.
The first Solaris with twin rudders and the second to grace the cover page of Yachting World magazine. The Solaris 55 is a truly luxurious short-handed passagemaker, strong and stable yet with finger light steering even under full load. The almost flush coach roof and sleek hull make this the prettiest 55-footer afloat and the increased hull volume allows for all the long distance equipment such as generator, water-maker, and air-conditioning to be carried without affecting trim. The interior offers three double cabins all with en-suite bathrooms, large forward-facing chart table and spacious C-shaped galley, traditional yet modern and finished in typical Solaris quality.
The Pearl 95 continues the hugely successful design collaboration between the Dixon Yacht Design team and Kelly Hoppen. As innovative and ground-breaking as her smaller siblings, the Pearl 95 is the flagship model of the Pearl Yachts collection and designed to deliver the best of the yachting life. Using a hydraulically operated bathing platform, the tender garage transforms into a fantastic beach club - a superb highlight on board. Defined by legendary seakeeping, superior style and impressive performance, the Pearl 95 delivers a superyacht experience on a whole different scale.
The Marex 375 Cruiser is the largest model from Marex and has evolved from the award winning Marex 370 Aft Cabin Cruiser. She was nominated for European Powerboat of the Year and comes highly commended by Motor Boat and Yachting Magazine.
The Solaris 60 is a proper cruiser/racer inspired by the idea of creating a mini-Maxi. A fast and powerful yacht in heavy seas, the helming position, well outboard, offers superb vision forward for the helmsman. Attention has been paid to the correct distribution of all variable weight to ensure that it remains amidships in order to retain the correct trim of the yacht. She has a modern reverse bow for improved wave penetration. The interior can be specified to the new owner's every whim. The tender garage has longitudinal access so the dinghy and outboard can remain together for launch, the retrieval of which is accomplished using a capstan winch.
The Solaris 64 RS is the entry model of the Solaris ‘raised saloon’ yacht range and has been an instant success. Conceived for extended bluewater sailing and built to the proven Solaris monolithic structural concept. Below decks the raised saloon creates an impressive visual impact and the raised saloon floor allows for all the heavy items such as engine, generator, watermaker, fuel and water tanks to be located centrally to guarantee near perfect weight distribution that translates into reduced pitching and increased stability. The deck layout, developed by Solaris, creates a yacht easily handled by a small crew. Amongst the unique features of the 64 RS is the off-set companionway which allows for a separate and safe guest cockpit seating area and has the added benefit of increasing space below decks for the aft accommodation.
Much like her smaller sistership - the Solaris 68 RS has been developed for long distance bluewater cruising. The increase in size offers a little more flexibility with interior layouts to suit a range of owner requirements. Luxury cruising is the main aim and a lot of thought has been given to her seakeeping and performance, the machine room, tankage and systems being centrally positioned for maximum comfort at sea with the high performance hull. Again, as with all the Solaris range, the deck layout is optimised to be easily and safely managed by a small crew.
The new Solaris 74 RS is an important model as the yard’s prestigious reputation was built on yachts in the seventy-to-eighty-foot size range. The very latest hull design evolutions are evident with the forward chine that creates amazing interior volume and increased buoyancy, while the full width stern has rounded and powerful quarters for hull form stability. The cockpit layout has the latest outboard helm positions to provide unparalleled forward visibility of both the sea and the sail trim. The interior offers a number of layouts with four cabins plus the option of separate crew quarters.
The largest in the RS range, the Solaris 80 RS is a true world girdling yacht encompassing all that is good about Solaris who strive for development and innovation. The 80 offers a range of semi-custom interiors and the proven deck arrangement and systems developed by Solaris. She is constructed using the best composite materials, pre-preg sprint technology. All this gives you a yacht that can sail the world’s oceans with unparalleled comfort, performance and safety.
A truly custom yacht and the first of the Solaris Maxi yachts, like the 80, she is built at the Solaris advanced composites facility. Offering variable draft and custom interior solutions, the first of the Solaris 111 SY launched summer 2020. More details upon request.