How is a boat born? We are used to seeing them lined up in the water at various boat shows, but what are the steps behind its construction? There are shipyards, and this is the case with Grand Soleil, that in order to better study the ergonomics of spaces, they build mock-ups, that is, a 1:1 scale model on site to better study the solutions to be adopted for interior spaces. But this year the Italian shipyard surprised everyone by bringing to the center of the Genoa Boat Show the mock up of the interior of the new 58-footer to be launched next spring. Visitors can thus enter, walk inside, and imagine in real size what this new model will look like.
Grand Soleil surprise. The interior of the new Grand Soleil 58 enters the show — in a mock up
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