Ferretti Group is staging the Americas premieres of the Ferretti Yachts 1000 SkyDeck and Wally’s wallywhy150 at the 64th Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (25-29 October).
According to show organiser Informa Markets, the five-day event in Florida features over 1,300 boats and 1,000 brands, and is expected to attract more than 100,000 visitors over the five days, with water-taxi services connecting the seven sites.
As well as Ferretti Yachts’ first SkyDeck model and the wallywhy150, Ferretti Group’s nine-yacht display includes the Ferretti Yachts 860 (click for Review), wallypower58 (click for Review), Pershing 6X and Pershing 7X, Riva’s 88’ Folgore and 110’ Dolcevita, and a Custom Line 106’.
Sanlorenzo is staging the US debut of the Alloy (44m), a model that launched in 2020 and now has hull 12 in build. The Italian builder’s seven-model display also includes an SX88, SD90, SL86, SL90A, SL96A and SL120A, while sister brand Bluegame is showing a BG42 and BG74.
Absolute is presenting five models including its flagship Navetta 75 (click for Review), which debuted in Cannes last year. The inland Italian builder is also showing the Navetta 52 and Navetta 68 from its semi-displacement series, 62 Fly and 48 Coupé at Bahia Mar Convention Center.
Princess is hosting the US debut of the Y95, a model that appeared at the Cannes Yachting Festival last month and is making its Asia debut in Singapore this weekend. The Princess X80 is making her FLIBS debut, while the British builder’s five-strong display also includes Y85, F55 and F50 flybridge models.
Meanwhile, Italian sister brands Invictus and Capoforte, represented in Hong Kong by NextWave Yachtingand both featuring models designed by Christian Grande, are making their Fort Lauderdale debut. Invictus is showcasing the TT280S outboard model, new TT420 and flagship TT460, while Capoforte is displaying its FX270.
This article was first published on yachtstyle.co
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