From 2 to 12 meters, seven amazing boats at Milan Yachting Week

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Please don’t call the seven 2- to 12-meter boats in the sailboat harbor at Milan Yachting Week – The Digital Boat Show “small.”

They are beautiful boats from prestigious or innovative shipyards, which can meet any need across the board: some want it sporty, some ultra-comfortable, some for day trips, some for long cruises. And there is also the one for learning.

Here are the magnificent seven in our selection, from the smallest to the largest:

SEVEN BOATS FROM 2 TO 12 METERS

  1. m. 2,42
    Shipyard:
    Northern Light Composites


    ECOPRIMUS

    It has been dubbed Optimist 2.0, because it reinterprets the most popular children’s drift concept in a modern way: it is slightly longer, with a rounded prow and modern shapes, as well as being self-draining.

  2. m. 7,69
    Shipyard:
    Northern Light Composites


    ECORACER769

    Ecoracer769 is the first racing prototype built of 100 percent flax fiber and with an end-of-life recyclable core, as is the entire boat, thanks to the use of a newly developed resin. The mast and fin and rudder structures are made of aluminum and steel, while the motor is electric: choices again in the name of sustainability.

  3. m. 9,90
    Shipyard:
    Felci Yachts Design


    ESSE 330

    The design of the all-new ESSE 330 is developed from the fast ESSE 990 Race, whose large size has always made it a boat that can be enjoyed not only in racing, but also for pleasant cruising.

  4. m. 10,30
    Shipyard:
    Dehler


    DEHLER 30 OD

    Project leader Karl Dehler describes it this way, “Although the 30od’s sporty exterior with futuristic features gives the idea of a pure racing yacht, rather the focus has changed: from the original cruiser-racer to the current racer-cruiser.”

  5. m. 10,36
    Shipyard:
    Hallberg Rassy


    HR 340

    This brand-new yacht offers all the strengths of Hallberg-Rassy in combination with the latest in Frers design. It is designed to provide superior comfort and performance and has raised the bar to a level no one previously thought possible for a boat of this size.

  6. m. 11,25
    Shipyard:
    Grand Soleil Yachts/Cantiere del Pardo


    GRAND SOLEIL 34

    Past and future meet again at the Cantiere del Pardo, with a new Grand Soleil 34 model based on the same concept of a small-large boat with more modern shapes and faster speed equipped with ample space, comfort and high quality.

  7. m. 11,40
    Shipyard:
    Hanse



    HANSE 388

     

    This yacht is not only beautiful to look at, but it is also, and more importantly, fast. The combination of a perfectly harmonized side profile and a pre-balanced rudder blade are a guarantee of high-speed performance and safety while sailing.

EXPLORE THE MARINA AT MILAN YACHTING WEEK

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