Gozzo 2.0 has officially arrived at the Genoa Boat Show. The classic boat par excellence now has a new face, and bringing it into the limelight was Cantieri Mimì. Behind these changes is the hand of Valerio Rivellini, an Italian yacht designer who is signing many interesting designs on the market today.
We interviewed Domenico Senese, administrator of Cantieri Mimì, who told us how the goiter was “turned around.” And also what was the public reaction to the three new products presented at the Genoa Boat Show.
Gozzo 2.0: here are the new features of Mimi shipyards
What are the characteristics of the new goiter? The larger models, namely the Mimi 9.5 and Mimi 11, are the result of a cross between the gozzo and the walk-around, a boat that has been able to reap resounding success in recent years. What is this goiter 2.0 like, then? The lines of this new generation are sportier, as is the performance. The deck is also designed to be more livable. Attention to the details of classicism is still maintained, however. The result is a boat that combines the charm of a classic boat, starting with the use of woods, with a practical, modern boat livability. The public in Genoa showed appreciation for the shipyard’s bold choice, as Domenico Senese of Cantieri Mimì tells us in this video.