62nd Genoa International Boat Show
, and hundreds of products, boats and accessories will be available to the general international public at the Genoa fair. Lots of new features, world, European or national debuts, and to facilitate movement among the many vessels, here’s our list of the 20 new boats between 10 and 15 meters not to be missed.
20 new boats
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10 boats under 10 meters not to be missed at the boat show
Sasga Menorquín 34 HT – 10.53 m
Arriving in Genoa is the Sasga Menorquín 34 HT, inspired by the traditional lines of Balearic fishing boats, it focuses on seaworthiness, comfort and livability. Starting from the stern we find a swim platform on the water, ideal for improving sea access and facilitating moorings. This is followed by a cockpit, ideal for relaxing in the open air, which is contrasted by an enclosed living space, just below thehard top, where we also find the helm station and galley. Below deck, embellished with oak details, a classic, pleasing and well-kept layout: bathroom, forward double cabin, and guest cabin with twin beds. The boat is powered by a pair of inboards of 270 horsepower each, cruising at 19 knots and peaks of 23, but most importantly, CE Level A marking, a detail few such boats can boast of.
De Antonio D36 – 10.3 m
The new De Antonio D36 is among the most anticipated boats of 2022 and makes its Italian debut at the Genoa Boat Show. This walkaround falls somewhere between the new flagship, the De Antonio D50 and the De Antonio D28. It has a deck layout inspired by the D42 Open, the shipyard’s best-seller. This model will be one of the brand’s sportiest ever with a deep V-shaped hull (the deepest in the range) and with two steps. On the deck from the stern is a sundeck, an outdoor dinette at “U” with a wide dining table, the outdoor kitchen (of series). The console has three seats, and there is a second sundeck in the bow. There will be a tender garage on the D36, which can also be used as a locker. Below deck there are four beds in an open space. The interior is completed with a bathroom complete with electric toilet, sink and shower. Possible motorizations consist of two engines of 300, 350 or 400 horsepower.
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Hair Tempest 1000 WA – 10.55 m
Large deck spaces and Capelli’s characteristic family feeling, is the Tempest 1000 WA, a 10.55-meter dinghy with up to 600-horsepower propulsion. Starting from the dashboard, we first find generous dimensions dedicated to the instrument panel, which allows the installation of up to 16″. There is ample room for movement and well-thought-out furniture solutions, as in the case of the double seat with movable components. Attention is also paid to the living area aft, where a sofa capable of transforming into a full-beam sundeck finds its place. Another sundeck is located in the bow, while, under the hard top and through the bridge, we find access to the double cabin and bathroom below deck.
Lomac Granturismo 10.5 – 10.6 m
New Lomac GranTurismo 10.5 arrives among the smallest in the range, is powered up to 700 hp (2 x 350). Maximum capacity of 20 people and double forward berth with bathroom make it an excellent RIB for both social days and long weekends. A complete and protected dashboard also makes navigation enjoyable, while there are multiple options for customization. Under the helmsman’s seat we find a refrigerator and sink, while in the bow we find an electric windlass, anchor and chain. Also by default are the aft and forward seating and cushions, such as the ladder, teak trim, and all similar details.
Jeanneau Cap Camarat 10.5 – 10.9 m
Also on display at the Cannes Yachting Festival is the new Cap Camarat 10.5. A boat that wants to adapt to everyone’s desires, whether for relaxing at anchorage, sport sailing, or the most exciting fishing trip. V-shaped hull and dual engine (from 300 hp x2 or 425 hp x2) ensure safe and enjoyable sailing, both in terms of speed and comfort. On board two large cockpits and broadside hatch with integrated ladder for access to the sea. The standard T-top and sundeck areas suggest a pleasant invitation to relax, while for fishing enthusiasts there is a special kit with rod holders and accessories. Fridge, sink and stove (gas or grill) are of course available, as are 4 beds divided between bow and stern, and a bathroom with separate shower stall. Altogether many offerings contained in just 10.9 meters.
Rio Inagua S – 10.9 m
After its premiere at the Cannes Yachting Festival, it now debuts at the 62nd Genoa International Boat Show, the RIB ‘entry-level’ Inagua S, the first inflatable boat from Rio Yachts. Powered by two 300-horsepower outboards and 10.90 meters long, it features a sharply faceted steering console, a functional, refined and elegant solution. The tubulars, in sharp distinction, have a truncated stern cone, a solution aimed at improving maneuverability. The t-top, is light in appearance but solid in substance, with supports that go into the driver’s bench and rest against the deck, thus making it seemingly suspended from the deck, a solution that lightens and cleans the deck.
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Mimi Libeccio 11 Walkaround – 11 m
Debuting at the Genoa Boat Show, a world premiere, is the new version of the Libeccio 11 Walkaround by gozzi Mimì. The goal? Offering more space on board with an aft garage for dinghy and water toys, complemented by a T-Top to increase deck livability. Below deck, however, two cabins, a galley and a bathroom find space. In detail, the Libeccio 11 WA combines what are today’s two main requirements for a small to medium-sized cruiser: performance and comfort. A design that brings the patterns of the walkaround boat, fast and comfortable, aboard the gozzo. Everything on deck is based on modularity: the forward area has a layout such that two opposing settees can be transformed into a sundeck or, thanks to the retractable table, into a dining area ideal for aperitifs. Propulsion is provided by two engines with 250 horsepower each for over 30 knots of speed.
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Fountaine Pajot MY4.S – 11 m
Arriving in Genoa is the new Fountaine Pajot MY4.S, an 11-meter catamaran that focuses on oversized spaces and habitability unattainable for an equal-length monohull. The convivial space between the salon and outdoors is designed for long cruises, even with a large number of guests on board. Uniting the interior and exterior are two elements, the sliding door between the cockpit and dinette, and the sunroof. The all-windowed saloon holds up to 518.5 liters, offers drop-down drawers and a total area of 18.3 m2. Below deck, however, we find two possible layouts. The first, Maestro, provides a master cabin with ensuite bathroom on one hull and two double cabins with shared bathroom on the other. In the second version, however, it provides two double cabins for each hull with two bathrooms. Powered by shaftline, it is offered with two Yanmar 150-horsepower, or 250-horsepower engines. Tanks hold about 600 L of fuel and allow a range of about 1,000 miles. Maximum speed, about 22 knots.
Patrone P100 – 11 m
From a brand that has struck the right balance between innovative drive and tradition comes an anniversary model in Genoa that roots its origins in the art of shipwrights. It is the Patrone 100, a gozzo that not only enhances the seafaring tradition, but also ensures its future, offering in addition to performance and quality, the Sustainability of constituent materials. Aesthetically pleasing, Patrone 100 is comfortable and versatile, offering inboard and outboard options, and ample interior space: single cabin XL e large living area in the Deluxe layout, and two cabins and living area always guaranteed in the Family. A central T-Top and large aft areas optimize the deck, including an open-air cooktop. In the bow we find a large sundeck, ideal for relaxing or enjoying the no less than 31 knots of top speed.
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Bavaria SR36 – 11.68 meters
Practicality is at the center of everything, and there is a rational use of every space. The new Bavaria SR36 is an 11-meter cruiser that also winks at performance and confirms the path taken by Bavaria Yachts with the SR41 by offering a smaller, more affordable model ideal for the family or couples of friends who want to experience the sea in every aspect. It actually combines an abundant cockpit and a sporty superstructure, so that there is plenty of space inside and a sporty line outside. The hardtop in the aft area can accommodate an opening bimini. The forward cabin is larger and more spacious than the aft cabin, which has a somewhat unusual ceiling due to the layout of the area above, but provides interesting volumes. The two separate bunks, with the addition of a center pillow, become one large bed. As expected on a more cruising-oriented boat, the bathroom has a separate shower stall.
Solaris Power 40 – 11.97 m
When a stunning line marries a marine hull, there is little to do but climb aboard and enjoy the sea. Solaris Power has put exactly these elements at the center of its design, and the proof is in the success these boats are having in the market. Getting the spotlight now is the brand new Solaris Power 40. Developing this new 12-meter model is once again the hand of Brunello Acampora and his studio, Victory Design, who together with the Solaris Power Design Team designed this boat. Careful attention to exterior lines goes hand in hand with a deck designed to offer the maximum in terms of habitability. It starts with a large platform, the great virtue of which is that it is on the same floor level as the entire cockpit.
Frauscher 1212 Ghost – 11.99 m
You can’t help but fall in love with a Frauscher if you love this type of boat. Form marries function without compromise, and the 1212 Ghost, for the first time in Genoa, is one of the models that most expresses this class that the Austrian shipyard has in its DNA. A minimal, no-frills design throughout the deck and a cabin below deck that, thanks to the fold-down table (electrically), can also convert into a dinette or master cabin. This 12-meter has, as a base, two 440-horsepower Volvo Penta D6 inboards with which it reaches and exceeds 45 knots of speed .
Sealine S390 – 12.5 m
Sealine brings the long-awaited S390, based on the platform of the C390 Coupe, to Genoa. Designed by Bill Dixon, it is a version that focuses heavily on exterior livability with an open cockpit and a bright master cabin. On deck, shading the entire surface, is a hard-top that reaches aft but can be opened to enhance livability enhanced by various layouts including a galley, sink, grill, and refrigerator. Below deck, owners can choose one of several layouts. Basically there is a forward master cabin, a double aft cabin, a salon and a bathroom. The hull is designed for two 320-hp Volvo Penta D4 engines or two 380-hp D4s with the ability to touch a top speed of about 34 knots.
Nerea NY40 – 12.9 m
Italian Nerea’s second model, the NY40, will make its world premiere in Cannes. Sporty hull and production aimed at maximizing quality make this boat an excellent performer, totally embroiderable to the needs of each owner. Available inboard-outboard, or outboard, it has speeds that vary depending on motorization, with highs of 35 knots at cruising, and 42 at maximum. As for the deck and interior, on the other hand, the design promises excellent usability of every space, with large aft sundecks, multiple seats and open spaces. Notable gem is the Besenzoni stern platform on this model. A double forward cabin is provided to extend the exits.
Jeanneau DB/43 – 13.03 m
For the category “walkaround“ one of the hottest new additions for 2022 is the Jeanneau DB 43, progenitor of a new generation. Available with both outboards and inboards, it is a 13-meter with which Jeanneau aims to project itself into the Premium segment of day boats. Born from the hand of Camillo Garroni, the protagonist of many of the brand’s projects, this boat has a deck dedicated to conviviality and relaxation with access to the sea “easy.” Below deck there are two cabins and up to five berths and it can be powered by two 380-horsepower Volvo D6s or three 350-horsepower outboards .
Joker Clubman 44 – 13.50 m
Joker prepares its debut in the maxi-rib market with 13 meters that, after its Cannes debut, arrives in Genoa for its Italian debut. Flagship of the shipyard will be an open designed for livability on deck with an eye to the short cruises. In the cockpit are two macro layouts: one with retractable seating and electric table and the sundeck covering an area of more than 2m square and a more open version with movable seating. Joker also introduces fold-down side platforms on board to widen the aft cockpit area. Below deck two separate cabins, with the master stateroom forward with bed (2 m), closets and chest of drawers, beauty corner and TV. Aft is the one dedicated to guests, with separate beds that can be converted into a double when needed. On board is a separate bathroom-shower with glass and overhead shower.
Ranieri International Cayman 45 – 14 m
Debut at the 62nd Genoa International Boat Show for Ranieri International’s newest flagship, the Cayman 45, a maxi-Rib destined to continue the shipyards wave of success. A large sundeck is provided at the stern with a garage space underneath, such that it can accommodate dinghy with motor and water toys. Proceeding toward the bow, a cockpit with a retractable electric double table will allow for a large eight-person table or a second sundeck from the one aft or two seats facing the direction of travel. This area will be served by a kitchen with cutting board, refrigerator, etc. The dashboard provides a large seating area with four individual boolster systems with the ability to navigate either sitting or standing. Standard there will be a Hard-Top designed to protect the living area of the boat by creating a shaded area “permanent.” Expandable with an awning with carbon poles. The sleeping area is designed for four people in two separate rooms, plus a toilet compartment with shower stall. As water lines the new Cayman 45.0 Cruiser takes advantage of a new generation of hull on which new skid geometries have been used, some of which “overturned” To further enhance performance. A triple 450-horsepower Mercury engine will be used for the first tests.
Leopard 46 Powercat – 14.13 m
After launches at Grand Motte and Cannes, the new Leopard 46 Powercat, younger brother of the award-winning Leopard 53 Powercat, is shown to the general public in Italy and internationally. Available in a three-cabin layout, it features improved solutions over its predecessor, thanks to optimized furniture, island beds, and functional space utilization. The style of 46 breaks with the languages of the past and offers simple, clean lines. 14.13 meters long and 7.34 meters wide, fishing 0.94 meters. As for the engine, on the other hand, a twin 250-horsepower Yanmar is available in standard version , which can be upgraded to 320 or 370 horsepower. On board there are 6/8 bunks divided into 3/4 cabins, as many bathrooms and over 1850 liters of fuel tank and 700 of water.
Apreamare Gozzo 45 – 14.7 m
Apreamare’s new Gozzo 45, a 14.70-meter boat, arrives in Genoa (LOA) which focuses on wide spaces despite its classic Mediterranean cruiser setting. Notice the absence of steps on deck, a guarantee of a pure walkaround, and then the aft platform, double sundeck fore and aft, and a table capable of seating up to eight people. Below deck, three cabins and two bathrooms in a well-kept environment with attention to bright and airy spaces. Powered by Volvo Penta IPS engines, the Gozzo 45 promises up to 33 knots (a medium load) and an important cruising range: 350 miles on a 1,600-liter fuel tank. The deep-V hull with variable geometry concludes the package for stable and enjoyable sailing.
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Beneteau Swift Trawler 48 – 14.74 m
Arriving at the Genoa Boat Show is the Beneteau Swift Trawler 48, a 14-meter designed with the idea of enabling the ‘exploration of new horizons, in comfort-focused fittings e living spaces as optimized as possible. A boat that is in the middle of the range and recovers decorative elements from the Grand Trawler 62, inheriting its particular elegance. As for the exterior, the cockpit consists of a large transverse settee and a folding table. Instead, access to the stern is via a double door that faces a large hydraulic bathing platform (optional). The flybridge then offers additional panoramic living space, while in the wheelhouse we find 2 more sofas that allow a communal living area. A sundeck that can be converted into seating is optionally available on the foredeck. Below deck, a kitchen and comfortable dining area, the latter of which can be converted into a double berth to accommodate extra guests. On the lower deck, a double master cabin and two twin guest cabins. Standard motorization is equivalent to two 380 hp engines, 425 hp in the optional version.
restige M48 – 14.79 m
Prestige brings its first motor catamaran, the Prestige M48, the firstborn of the M-Line, to the Genoa International Boat Show. About 15 meters long, it has an area of about 130 square meters and is the result of a collaboration between Camillo Garroni, Philippe Briand and Valentina Militerno de Romedis. A design that optimizes space on board, ensuring much more stability in the water, and thus providing a ‘second home’ for those who will become its owners. Choice of a 3- or 4-cabin layout, plus one for crew. Each cabin is served by a private bathroom with a shower stall. The aft platform that converts into a tenderlift, beach club, or garage for tenders and water toys.