37 boats and accessories not to be missed at upcoming boat shows

IMG_3872Habitability, modularity and ease of operation, without sacrificing the desire for performance. this is the path taken by the shipyards, which again this year are not giving up renewing their range. There are those who have opted for models capable of changing face (especially in terms of layouts and interior accommodations) according to the needs of the individual owner. All in function of making life on board more and more comfortable. Yep, this is also a peculiarity of the market: owners want more and more sailing and shipyards are adapting. Not surprisingly, even a historic name like Grand Soleil is launching a Long Cruise range for the first time. On deck, the cockpit and aft platform are getting bigger and bigger to fully enjoy life in the roadstead. Sail plans are easy to manage, with the farewell, for almost all manufacturers, of the spinnaker in favor of asymmetrical sails for load-bearing gaits. Then notice the position of the winches, which are increasingly within reach of the helmsmen, who are thus able to carry the boat themselves.Aided in this by technology, with the growth of automatic tacking systems, such as German Bavaria’sTrim Control.
Find the full article in the September issue of The Journal of Sailing

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