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Beneteau power on board with Opal
Friday, 26 September 2014 00:00

Beneteau power on board with Opal Opal Marine, a marine dealership based in Chichester Marina, has been appointed to represent Beneteau, the world’s biggest boat builder.

French boat builder Beneteau, perhaps most famous for its sailing yachts, is the biggest manufacturer of leisure boats in the world and to date has built over 36,000 powerboats.
Opal Marine is now selling Beneteau’s range of outboard-powered boats – the Antares, Barracuda and Flyer models – all packaged with market-leading Suzuki outboard motors. Opal Marine also stocks Brig RIBs, which range from 2m to 7.8m.

Company Director and Engineering Manager, James Fordham (pictured) said: “With the addition of the in-house engineering and new boat sales elements to our customer offering, we are proud to represent global brands such as Beneteau and Suzuki.”

Hugo Boss set to fly
Friday, 19 September 2014 00:00

Hugo Boss set to fly Alex Thomson Racing has announced the build of the new Hugo Boss IMOCA 60 to be launched in summer 2015, with the aim of winning the 2016 Vendee Globe.

Advances in design technology and the IMOCA 60 open design rule, the boat is likely to feature foils not dissimilar to those featured on the latest America’s Cup boats.

The €3million build has been made possible thanks to support from sponsors and financial backers. The team has chosen Guillaume Verdier and the VPLP Team to design the new Hugo Boss, and is currently in negotiations with Hythe based Green Marine to complete the build.

The boat will be launched in summer 2015, with the objective to be race ready to compete in the Transat Jacques Vabre in late October 2015.

In the meantime, Alex Thomson is preparing to take on the Barcelona World Race, the double-handed, non-stop, round the world race, on 31 December together with co-skipper Pepe Ribes.

For something completely different
Monday, 15 September 2014 00:00

for something completely differenTVal Wyatt Marine will host the UK launch of Interboat’s latest model, the NEO C-Line (Comfort) at the PSP Southampton Boat Show. 

Set to divide the crowd, NEO 7.0 is a game-changing platform with a revolutionary design. Providing ultimate comfort without comprising on innovation or style, the NEO C-Line offers luxurious outfitting, teak-look finish cockpit flooring and a retractable hood.

The NEO 7.0 platform allows buyers to customise the layout and design. There is no conventional pointed bow, side decks or aft deck ensuring optimum use of the flat cockpit deck space to allow for minimalism or maximum comfort. With an option of three models (C-Line, S-Line and L-Line) and a choice of power performance ranging from 27hp – 170hp to suit inland or coastal locations, it is a day boat for those with their own ideas about water sports.

Friday, 12 September 2014 00:00

15 PRINCESSES SET TO SPARKLE AT BOAT SHOWAn exciting world debut from Princess is set to take place at PSP Southampton Boat Show with its new, feature-packed Princess 68.

Dubbed the most technologically advanced flybridge yacht yet from Princess, the Princess 68’s composite construction is comparable to that used in Formula 1. This four-cabin, 34 knot yacht also includes a vast deck saloon and a flybridge that promises to be the envy of many a 75ft vessel.

Alongside the Princess 68, the new Princess 60 will be making her international debut. The superstructure of this three-cabin yacht includes an incredibly deep window line, offering stunning panoramic views from the saloon. A choice of two flybridge layout options are available, including an optional hard-top.  

Allures 39.9 UK debut at Southampton Boat Show
Friday, 29 August 2014 00:00
42583_1Blue water cruising or coastal sailing the 39.9 has it all. Designed to be sailed single handed as a blue water cruiser, for maximum comfort under sail a fully battened main with mast slider system, and a hull almost as beamy as the 45 at 4.15m. Inside she sports a very roomy light and well thought out interior given all the quality creative touches as usual from a manufacturer who is catering for comfort, performance, looks and practicality. Accommodation is fresh and modern. The standard layout is a 2 cabin version with a large technical/equipment locker/cabin. A 3 cabin version is an extra option along with a second bathroom. (Photos by Morris Adant)
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