Barche a Motore N.21: the new issue is now available


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Shipyards are ready to present their new boats in world premieres, and the Cannes 2021 Boat Show (September 7-12) will be the first opportunity to do so. The Genoa Boat Show will follow, from September 16 to September 21, 2021. From the exclusive interview with Mitja Borkert, designer and director of the Centro Stile Lamborghini, to the Cranchi A46 Luxury Tender we see what’s in the new issue of Barche a Motore N.21 preview (click here).

Barche a Motore N.21 is now available

Electric boats: the future passes through Monaco

Are electric boats the future? Perhaps. What is certain is that a major push is coming from Monaco, which has been organizing the Monaco Boat Solar Challenge for several years now. This event brings together teams from all over Europe, divided into different categories, who compete in the design, development, and construction of zero impact boats. Read the preview from page 8

Exclusive interview with Mitja Borkert, director of the Lamborghini Style Center

The first Lamborghini of the sea touched the water in 2021, it is called Tecnomar For Lamborghini 63. It is not a car “rethought” for the sea, but a boat that embodies the Lamborghini DNA. We interviewed the designer Mitja Borkert, who worked on this boat with Gian Marco Campanino, artistic director of The Italian Sea Group. Read the interview from page 68


The flagship of Tiara’s LS range is a concentration of innovation and technology. Starting from its 1800 horsepower, given by the powerful 600 horsepower Mercury Verado outboards, to the deck layout and the dashboard. Luxury and adrenaline aboard a true muscular flagship. Read from page 94

Cranchi A46 Luxury Tender – BOAT TEST

Cranchi’s first walk-around is a real breakthrough in the segment. It brings all the experience of the shipyard on a boat that aims to become one of the most luxurious and exclusive models on this size. Every aspect is designed to ensure the maximum in terms of livability, navigation, and aesthetics. Read our test on board from page 100

VanDutch 32 – The new course

Small, but chic. A boat that catch the eye in just 32 feet thanks to its line. Faithful to the VanDutch spirit that has made the yard famous throughout the world, this is the new entry-level boat from the yard. A real pure powerboat designed to enjoy the sea to the max.Read the preview here



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