Solaris Power Days, two events in September to visit the boats

Solaris Power 48 Open
Solaris Power Days 2020

Solaris Power Yachts has chosen the month of September to meet customers and interested parties who want to get on board. Two appointments between Liguria and Côte d’Azur starting from September 6th that will see two very interesting boats as protagonists: the Solaris Power 48 Open and the 48 Lobster, in world premiere.

The shipyard has therefore decided to strengthen the relationship with its customers and open new business strategies. In this sense, they launched the Solaris Power Days 2020,  two events that will take place on the following dates, only by appointment.

Solaris Power Days

Porto Mirabello, in La Spezia, is the first appointment of the Solaris Power Days. From 6 to 13 September 2020 will be available these boats:

  • Solaris Power 48 Open, named European Boat of the Year 2020
  • New Solaris Power 48 Lobster, which will be shown in world premiere

The same boats will then be available in Saint Tropez, from 25 to 27 September.

  • LA SPEZIA, Porto Mirabello, 6-13 September 2020
  • ST. TROPEZ, Mercury Yacht, 25-27 September 2020

How to book a visit for Solaris Power Days

The visit will take place individually and by appointment:

info@solarispower.it – T. +39 339 6747383+39 339 7848662

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