Summer is about to begin, and Tuccoli, a Tuscan shipyard, has just launched a campaign that will raise the antennae of many boaters. After these dark months, what could be better than spending the beautiful season on a boat?
Tuccoli: if you buy one you get an outboard for free!
From July 1 to August 30, 2020, everyone who buys a new fisherman designed and built in Collesalvetti will get one of the two outboard motors that come with the boat for free. In practice, in addition to the normal discount that any such business negotiation provides, those who buy a new Tuccoli will only have to pay for one engine instead of the pair. You pay 1 and get 2.
The operation is carried out at the initiative of the shipyard and with the support of participating dealers and aims to make it impossible to resist the lure of the sea for enthusiasts.
Not just theory: here’s a practical example
To give an idea of how advantageous it is at this time to buy a Tuccoli let us use a concrete example: the Tuccoli T250 Capraia. The specimen presented at the last Genoa show, with a cabin and bathroom inside, equipped with a pair of Suzuki DF 150 A engines for a total of 300 horsepower has a list value of 139,000 euros.
From July 1 to August 30, the Tuccoli T250 Capraia with one engine charge (list value 15,800 euros), is 123,200 euros + VAT. And this does not exclude the typical discount that is given during these kinds of negotiations, which is 12 percent .
How much does a new specimen cost then? 108,000 euros + VAT (instead of 139,000 euros)
It goes without saying that for those who choose the Tuccoli T280 Outboard, the savings are further increased, given the applied motorization that consists of a pair of thrusters with 300 horsepower each.
What about in the case of single engine?
In case a yachtsman chooses a single-engine model, such as a version of the T250 VM fisherman that usually installs a single Suzuki DF300B, the shipyard and dealer network give away half the commercial value of the engine.
Tuccoli 250 VM: the fishing boat according to Marco Volpi
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