Nautical Ventures to Showcase New Innovative Boat and Tender Models at Yachts Miami Beach
Dania Beach, FL -- (SBWire) -- 02/04/2016 --Coming off a highly successful Fort Lauderdale Boat Show, Nautical Ventures has been aggressively approached by several boat builders and has taken on the lines of Axopar Boats, SACS tenders, Transitions by Chapman, and Wave tenders. New models will be on display, in-water at Yachts Miami Beach, Ramp 7A Booths 1128 – 1132.
One of the most exciting and innovative boats to come out of Europe is Axopar Boats. They are the recent winner of 3 prestigious awards, Best of Boats 2015, Motor Boat Award 2016, and European Powerboat Award 2016. High level functionality combined with fresh design, the Axopar 28 TT was designed and developed by true boating enthusiasts for the quality conscious boater. The reviews are in from all the top European magazines: "Unbeatable" / "The daycruiser reinvented" / "A boat that lives up to its ice-cool looks" / "Simply magnificent handling" / "Fast, fun, capable & practical, not to mention temptingly affordable." Two models will be on display for you to review.
The new sport class generation of tenders is here and its embodiment can be found in the new line of SACS tenders - aggressive and innovative RIBs, with a sporty spirit that's both elegant and modern. Designed by Christian Grande Design Works, SACS delivers exciting and dynamic style lines, ensuring unparalleled performance combined with sophisticated optimization of interior space. Safety, performance and versatility are the hallmarks of these new SACS tenders. One prototype was uniquely developed to win the Dragonera race with a top speed over 70 knots, and its lineage is found in the Strider Esse R. This thoroughbred, with a sporting DNA, offers unmatched performance combined with comfort and habitability found nowhere else. SACS tenders unite elegance and performance that combines colors, fabrics and technologies in an unconventional and winning mix. Two models will be in-water: SACS 700 and the Strider 12 ESSE R.
Transition tenders come in three models from 22' to 28' feet, offering the yachtsman a low profile, adaptive bow ramp tender that can be easily housed in a vessel's garage or deck. These innovative designs are the work of renowned boat builder & designer Victor Chapman, a third generation boat builder with over 40 years in the marine industry. The concept of the adaptive bow ramp was to meet a growing need of both owners & crew to make it much easier to transition from point A to point B. Whether it's a beach landing, a dive excursion, or butting up to a yacht's swim platform, a Transition tender will improve your yachting lifestyle. The 28' model will be in-water on display.
The Wave represents a revolutionary new vision in the world of tenders designed specifically for today's modern yacht. An ergonomically designed helm station, unique electronically adjustable console, high freeboard and full tube collar are wrapped in a Euro-styled design with surprising accommodations. The integrated swim platform and foldable backrest seat provide easy walkthrough from bow to stern. Abundant storage lockers and practical access to service and maintenance areas make the most of deck space of any other model in its size. The Wave F55 will be on display along with its world renowned designer, Fabrizio DiCarne.
For more information, please call Nautical Ventures at 954-926-5250. Or visit http://www.nauticalventures.com for details.
About Nautical Ventures Group
Nautical Ventures Group is a consortium of South Florida investors who are passionate about boating and the local marine community. Their goal is to be a single-source supplier for boat/motor/watersport sales, accessories, service and support to the broad South Florida marine marketplace. Operating under the banners of Nautical Ventures Marine Superstore, QPS Marine, and LukFuel, they have infused over $9 million dollars into capital improvements and created close to 50 jobs over the past 12 months. Sales are projected to exceed $30 million by the end of 2016.
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