Dreaming doesn’t cost anything. And it’s even better if the dream is a superboat to visit. At the Milano Yachting Week – The digital boat show, seven of the world’s most prestigious boats, from 64 to 100 feet, from the most prestigious shipyards, are moored in the virtual port. Here’s a taste of what you’ll find by visiting them now. You’ll be daydreaming. You are ready, go!

Advanced A80 (m. 23,98 x 6,20): the thoroughbred of the sea

Beautiful, fast, comfortable. This 24-meter is the top of the made in Italy. Thanks to the Advanced shipyard that has chosen for the Advanced A80 a dream design team, composed by the Italians Mario Pedol and Massimo Gino of Nauta Yachts and the Americans John Reichel and Jim Pugh.

You can see the result by visiting the boat, immediately HERE

Euphoria 68 (m. 21.04 x 5,90): the boat of dreams

In Euphoria 68 the shipyard Sirena Marine has gathered the best of the masters of design, materials, construction techniques to achieve the result of excellence.

The project is by German Frers, who designed the water lines and the design of the boat, one of the most acclaimed nautical archistars.

He is credited with making boats that are yachting classics, that never age.

And on the Euphoria 68 his skills are expressed at their best. Visit the boat now to discover it, HERE


Fountaine Pajot Alegria 67 (m. 20,36 x 9,84): the 5 stars boat as big as a villa

For those who want to exaggerate, to be able to say to friends “I have one of the most beautiful villas on the sea of the Mediterranean”, here is the catamaran Fountaine Pajot Alegria 67.

The sailing and motor performance of the Fountaine Pajot Alegria 67, combined with the hull design, allows you to reach incredible cruising speeds.

She offers a generous space of “5-star” luxury comfort that is both bold, modern and incredibly stylish.

But there’s more to know…click HERE

Hallberg Rassy 64 (m. 19,85 x 5,17): the flagship that devours the miles

The Hallberg-Rassy 64 is the yard’s flagship, unmistakably a traditional Hallberg-Rassy boat and at the same time full of new features. An open water cruiser for yachting enthusiasts.

A flagship, but manageable by a family crew. The project is by archistar German Frers, who calls her a “mileage devourer”. Suffice it to say that Frers’ speed prediction chart for the Hallberg-Rassy 64 says the boat will reach 9.2 knots of speed with 10 knots of true wind and 75 degrees of wind angle. Check out what kind of boat the Hallberg-Rassy 64 is right now, HERE.

Ice 80 (m. 24,00 x 6,20): the unique Italian 24 meters

The simplicity of refinement is the epitome of this new 24-meter from the Italian shipyard Ice Yachts, which relied on the pen of the Italian designers at Felci Yachts Design.

The result is a unique boat, different from the others, the Ice 80 has a design characterized by the curve of its “reverse sheerline”, great ease of control under sail and an elegance of the interior at a level that only Italians know how to do.

Discover the uniqueness of the Ice 80 HERE

Nautor’s Swan 88: (m. 28,27 x 6,72): the leap forward of a mythical name

If there is a boat that best embodies Nautor’s Swan’s charm and philosophy, this is the new Swan 88 that you can find on the dock in the digital boat show.

You only have to see the Swan 88 image gallery to realize that with this new generation of yachts, the Finnish shipyard has taken a leap forward, maintaining the build quality, timeless design and sailing performance synonymous with Nautor’s Swan around the world.

Learn more about this extraordinary boat, click HERE

Y Yachts Y9 (m. 27,40 x 6,80): how to make a 90-footer like a 100-footer

A superyacht “out of the box”, that is the brand new Y9 (27.40 x 6.80 m in carbon) that is coming to life in the Y Yachts shipyard.

A boat that fully encapsulates the philosophy of Y Yachts founder Michael Schmidt, the most brilliant and creative German boat builder of the moment. “Actually,” Schmidt reveals, for the Y9, “clients were interested in the 100-foot length. However, from this size up yachts become disproportionately expensive because many components have to be custom built. With our experience, we therefore brought the comfort of a 100-foot yacht to a 90-footer.” Find out how Schmidt accomplished the feat, click HERE



Federico Rossi
Author:Federico Rossi


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