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Boot Dusseldorf’s 16 Halls Filling Up

Boot Dusseldorf’s 16 Halls Filling Up

Princess X80

British builders Sunseeker and Princess will again be Boot Dusseldorf’s largest exhibitors in Hall 6, dedicated to the show’s largest luxury yachts. The 55th edition of the world’s biggest indoor boat show will be held from January 20-28, 2024, a year after the show attracted 237,000 visitors to Messe Dusseldorf, with more than 1,500 companies exhibiting across 220,000sqm in 16 halls.

The 2024 edition is set to include almost 1,100 boats and yachts including Sunseeker’s nine models, comprising the 95 Yacht, Ocean 182, 88 Yacht, 76 Yacht, Predator 75, Manhattan 68, Predator 65, Manhattan 55 and Superhawk 55.

CGI of Fairline Targa 40

On the opposite side of Hall 6, Princess is set to show eight models headed by its flagship X95 and including theY85, X80, S72, F65, F55, V55 and V50 Deck. Fairline will stage the world premiere of its Targa 40, featuring a drop-down side to starboard, alongside the Phantom 65, new double-balcony Squadron 58, Targa 45 Open and Targa 45 GT. Pearl will exhibit its 72 for a second successive year.

Among Italian builders in Hall 6, Azimut will show its Magellano 60, S7, Fly 53, Fly 68 and Fly 78, and Absolute will display its Navetta 58, Navetta 52, new 52 Fly and 48 Coupé. Sanlorenzo will present its SL90A, one of the show’s biggest yachts, while sister brand Bluegame is exhibiting its BG74 (former BG72), BGX63 (former BGX60) and BG54.

Azimut S7

Prestige, part of France’s Groupe Beneteau, will display its 690 and new F4 flybridge motor yachts and the M48, where it could again be the only multihull yacht in Hall 6.

Jeanneau, part of Groupe Beneteau, will display its boats across three halls, with the DB/43 and DB/37 inboard models in Hall 5 for ‘superboats’, where other luxury day boats will include Swan’s 42ft OverShadow and the world premiere of the Invictus TT420S, the outboard version of the TT420.

Jeanneau DB/37

Among RIB brands, Sacs Tecnorib will premiere 3.5m and 4m tenders designed by Christian Grande alongside the Pirelli 35, 42 and 50, Rebel 50G, and Strider 10, 11 and 15. Lomac will show the Adrenalina 8.5, Granturismo 12.5 and new Turismo 9.5, which debuted at the Cannes Yachting Festival last September.

In Hall 4, Saxdor’s display will stage a world premiere alongside the SX270 GTO, SX320 GTC, SX320 GTO and flagship 400GTO.

Saxdor 400GTO

Jeanneau’s motorboats display in Hall 1 comprises the Merry Fisher 895 Serie2, 895 Sport, 1095 Fly and 1295 Fly, along with the Cap Camarat 7.5 WA Serie3, 9.0 WA Serie2, 10.5 CC, 10.5 WA Serie2 and 12.5 WA.

Beneteau’s motorboats comprise the Flyer 8 SpaceDeck, 9 SunDeck and 10, the Antares 8, 9, 11 and 12, Gran Turismo 36, 41 and 45, Swift Trawler 41 and 48, and flagship Grand Trawler 62. In Hall 1, Bavaria will show its S30, SR33, SR36 Open Top (German premiere), SR41 and R40 Fly.

Beneteau Oceanis 37.1

Among sailing yachts in Hall 16, Jeanneau will exhibit the new Sun Fast 30 One Design, Sun Odyssey 410 and 440, and Jeanneau Yachts 55 and 60. Beneteau’s sailing monohulls comprise the First 18, 27, 36 and 44, Oceanis 34.1, new 37.1 and 46.1, and Oceanis Yacht 54 and flagship 60.

Nautor Swan will display a Swan 58, Oyster will showcase the Oyster 565, while Bavaria will show its C38, C42, C46 (German premiere), C50, C57 and Cruiser 34.

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