developed and seo specialist Franco Danese

Boats and Shipyards

15 September 2021
solaris 40 cannes

CANNES YACHTING FESTIVAL: 5 unmissable boats between 11 and 12.5 meters

Wandering around the docks of the Cannes Yachting Festival, we discovered five interesting boats in the “medium” segment, i.e. between 11 and 12.5 meters. FIVE UNMISSABLE […]
10 September 2021
Ocean Explorer 72

The first cat ever designed by German Frers

Who knows if the great German Frers thought to put his “legendary” flare on the stern, the stylistic signature of many of his designs, when he […]
8 September 2021
Felci Design

A great designer explains how boats are getting more and more home-inspired

“Without interior design and the chance to be lived in, a boat would be only half a work”. The Italian designer who has conceived the most […]
1 September 2021
boat cocts

How much does it really cost to maintain a new or used boat?

Are you buying a new or used boat or have the idea of buying it? Great, but do you know what it costs you each year […]
25 August 2021
Saffier SE 27

Saffier SE 27 – how to forget you have an engine

At the last Venice Boat Show she was certainly one of the most visited boats. “A lot of people told me she was the most beautiful, […]
21 August 2021
Hallberg-Rassy 50

How is the new Hallberg-Rassy 50 bigger than 55?

An absolute preview at Milano Yachting Week – The digital boat show for a boat that when on the water will make a bang. You can […]
20 August 2021
dufour 32

VIDEO Dufour 32, when innovation is everything

This time, Dufour has really put its foot on the innovation accelerator: based on the same platform as the successful 310, the new Dufour 32 (10.80x […]
13 August 2021
first 36

First 36, what we know about the new Beneteau 11-meter boat

Many of you will certainly remember the Farr’s First 36.7 which, together with the 40.7 and 31.7, was one of Beneteau’s most successful models: launched in […]
11 August 2021

Sunfish. This is how the world’s most popular drift was born

There are two new names in the American Sailing Hall of Fame. Alexander “Red” Bryan (1913-2002) and Cortlandt “Bud” Heyniger (1913-1992) probably won’t mean anything to […]