We analyzed objects and design trends and gave them a present and a future. They are accessories, type of design, sails, facilities, financing, flags…you name it. These are parameters that characterize the world of current boats; we have quoted their level of diffusion and current use. Then we projected into the future their dissemination. So in the ranking below are the elements to understand what is happening today and what will happen in the near future in sailing. So you can realize whether the choices you have made or are about to make will still be relevant over time. It is a semi-serious exercise that our journal’s editorial staff has come up with that is useful when thinking about what to buy or replace.
Voltari 260 (8.6 m), the 52-knot electric Canadian dayboat
The electric boat market is slowly expanding to new horizons, in a crescendo of yards, models and different segments. From foil boats to cruising boats, electric propulsion is indeed beginning to grow in earnest, gaining a foothold on several fronts