FarEast lands in Italy, and there’s also the new SV 14

The Coretti family, which owns Adria Ship, has signed the exclusive FarEast contract for Italy that will allow it to import the boats designed by designer Maarten Voogd of the Dutch firm Simonis Voogd. The boats are built by Mister Lu’s yard, already a world leader for Optimists, which has imported all the latest construction techniques to Shanghai to ensure the production of super-fast boats. Very fast boats from 14 to 28 feet are in the yard’s range.

One of the shipyard’s latest innovations, the SV 14, was unveiled at Boot Dusseldorf, a boat that is interesting from many points of view. A boat intended for sailors with disabilities, characterized by the special seating in the cockpit, like small armchairs, with all maneuvers within easy reach. The aesthetics, designed by Alex Simonis of Simonis & Voogd Yacht Design, are decidedly modern and sporty in keeping with the overall concept of the boat. Bow and reverse and double rudder further distinguish it.

Data: length. 4.39 m; width. 1.59 m; disl. 300 kg; immersion 1.20 m

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