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The new boats to discover at the coming boat shows

Published on 20 july 2018 at 0h00

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Fountaine Pajot New 67

Do you dream of an up-market boat produced by an internationally renowned builder? Then you must go to Cannes and nowhere else, to discover the brand new flagship of Fountaine Pajot’s fleet. As is now the tradition for the new boats from the La Rochelle-based builder, we don’t know its real name, so it therefore – for the moment – answers to the code name of New 67. On 11th September, the boat's new name will be officially revealed. In the meantime, we can already tell you that the New 67 is a resolutely modern boat, with its inverted bows and a particularly successful refined design, notably with the new hull portlights. Up forward, we find a cockpit which can be equipped with a jacuzzi, and with direct access from the interior via a door. In this size of boat, the flybridge is almost obligatory, and Fountaine Pajot provides a huge one, with all the comfort necessary for its flagship. Three versions are being offered by the builder: the ‘Proprietaire’ version, with a suite in one of the hulls dedicated to the owner, the ‘Lounge’, with the galley in the gangway to retain maximum space in the saloon, and a third version with 6 double cabins, each equipped with a private bathroom, and two crew cabins – also with their bathroom – in addition…

Neel 65

Neel has opened a new approach for all lovers of voyages by boat, who are looking for both the comfort aboard that only multihulls can offer, and pleasure at the helm. The builder’s solution? A platform allowing a genuine ‘loft’ on the water, placed on a trimaran hull. The result is a boat which is seaworthy, pleasant to helm, with an incomparable passage through the water, and impressive amounts of volume!

The Neel 65 Evolution can be seen at La Rochelle’s Grand Pavois (and it will remain for a while at the boatyard for those of you who can’t make the boat show). The flagship of the fleet, completely redesigned compared with the first generation Neel 65, offers the famous ‘cockloon’ – a single area between the cockpit and the saloon – which can accommodate up to 14 people for a sit-down meal.                                                                                                                                                                                                  Another new feature: the modular nature of the central saloon and an innovative, spacious galley, completely turned towards the sea and integrated into life aboard. And then the best feature remains of course the owner's cabin - a 'must'!

A boat which is worth visiting while waiting to see the brand new Neel 47 at the beginning of next year.

Mc Conaghy 60

The McConaghy MC50 made a very conspicuous entry into the catamaran world at the International Multihull Show last April. The very innovative concept of this 50-footer and the volumes offered are quite simply out of the ordinary… The idea is to offer a single saloon/cockpit area which can be closed or opened according to wishes ...

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