Cannes Boat Show 2021 – The 12 boats not to be missed from 6 to 10 meters


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We are now just over two weeks away from the Cannes Yachting Festival 2021, a kermis aiming to return to prominence in the Mediterranean after last year’s stop. As one of the first boat shows of 2021, a great many shipyards have chosen this showcase to have their new models shown as world premieres. Today we take a look at some of the most interesting new powerboats that will debut at the Cannes 2021 boat show. In this first review we will look at all models up to 10 meters, mostly natanti, that is, boats that do not require registration in Italy.

Gozzo 35 – Apreamare | 9.95 m

Cannes is the designated event for the debut of the Gozzo 35, Apreamare’s latest model. Designed so that it can be built with both traditional shaft line and stern feet, Gozzo 35 can be powered by 230 to 320 horsepower. The hull was completely redesigned by Umberto Tagliavini of Marine Design with support from Cataldo Aprea. The boat falls into the watercraft category (9.95 m) and is a walk-around that focuses on livability both on deck and below deck.

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goiter 35

Superbia 28 – Occhilupo | 8.5 m

The Occhilupo brand’s first Superbia 28 is set to make its debut at Cannes. An Italian boat that has carbon as its main material and brings in all the technologies that are the focus of research and design in the automotive world. With a 450-horsepower outboard motor, the new Superbia 28 is expected to reach a top speed of 60 knots.

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Superbia 28 occhilupo

Ryck 280 – Ryck Yachts | 9 m

After Fjord and Sealine, the Hanse Yachts AG group is targeting the small but sporty market with a new brand, Ryck. The reason is quickly stated: if with Fjord the walk-around segment is garrisoned and with Sealine the “family” segment, Ryck aims to go after owners looking for a weekender that is smaller in size and price, but equally fun. The first model is the Ryck 280, which will make its debut right at the Cannes Motor Show 2021.

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Ryck 280 motor boat
Ryck 280

SX200 Capoforte – Invictus | 6.1 m

The new SX200 is the first in the Capoforte collection that includes models from 19 to 28 feet (previously grouped under the letter X). This 6-meter boat focuses on livable deck space and typical Invictus boat styling. The bow and stern areas can also be used as sundecks configured in one large space. The layout with a side console allows a convenient direct passage between the bow and stern, also leaving room for a grill. Performance combined with ease of handling make this boat suitable even for novices.

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Chief SX200 Invictus
Chief SX200 Invictus

Fiart 35 Seawalker – Fiart Mare | 11.52

Fiart is preparing to conquer the market with a series of new models. After the Fiart 39 Seawalker, here is Fiart Mare’s newest vessel. A model capable of fascination that takes its cues from its big sister while retaining its DNA in a more compact form. Measuring 11.52 meters long (9.99 at the waterline), it will be watercrafted in Italy and will not require registration. Motorization can be either outboard or inboard.

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Fiart 35 Seawalker
Fiart 35 Seawalker

TimeSquare 20 – Frauscher | 8.30 m

Frauscher TimeSquare 20, Frauscher’s electric catamaran with 20-meter quatri walkable. The TimeSquare 20 combines an electric motor with a catamaran hull. Due to lower water resistance, higher efficiency and lower energy consumption are achieved. The result? An extremely maneuverable and quiet boat with zero emissions

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Frauscher Timesquare 20

X-Power 33 C – X-Yachts | 10.2 m

It has been on the scene for several months now, but the lack of trade shows has not allowed for an official launch. So the new 10-meter X-Yachts is preparing to make its official debut at Cannes 2021. X-Yachts’ first powerboat is a 33-foot open designed for day cruising. The shipyard’s focuses in this model were speed and safety, in navigation, combined with a livable deck.

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23 Cabin Evo Sport – ALFASTREET

In 23 feet, 6.7 meters this boat condenses many interesting features: an aft sundeck that can be extended, a small cabin in the bow, and various possible motorizations. The main feature of the boat is the sliding, carbon-fiber hydraulic hard top. The roof can be closed in less than 30 seconds, so that the boat is fully protected from all external agents. Click here to read more

23 Cabin Evo Sport - ALFASTREET
23 Cabin Evo Sport – ALFASTREET

Jeanneau Cap Camarat 7.5 Series 3 – Jeanneau | 7.5 m

Jeanneau pushes on the accelerator for 2022 and prepares a series of new features starting with the revamped Cap Camarat 7.5 series in both center console and walkaround versions, which with this redesign comes to Series 3. The Cap Camarat line thus continues its growth and updating to meet the many uses that are required of this type of boat today. Meanwhile, the shipyard is also working on developing a new line of luxury daycruisers. An important necessity in an increasingly demanding market in which the owner is documented, up-to-date and always on the lookout for top-of-the-line novelties. Not much is known about this new range yet, except that it will be unveiled at the Cannes Boat Show in September 2022. Last but not least, the new Merry Fisher 795 Série2 sport version is also coming as a 2022 novelty.

Jeanneau CC-7.5WA
Jeanneau CC-7.5WA | Photo by Jean-Jacques Bernier

Ranieri Next 330 LX – Ranieri International | 9.95 m

After the success of the Next 285 LX the big sister is coming. It is called the Next 330 LX and is a 9.95 vessel with a 10-foot beam, designed as a boat for family and friends with all the amenities one could want on board. The footprint is sporty as suggested by the double-step fairing while the equipment already includes many accessories from the standard version. On deck in the aft section is a living room where eight people can be seated thanks to the drop-down seating and the retractable electric table that becomes a sundeck. Below deck is a generous cabin where up to 4 people can be accommodated for the night in two separate rooms. There is also a toilet compartment on board. To request a quote or more information, click here.

Ranieri Next 330 LX
Ranieri Next 330 LX

Escape 30 – Rand Boats | 10 m

At 10 meters, this powerboat focuses on giving a 100 percent habitable environment on deck, both fore and aft. It is available with electric and gasoline propulsion and inboard or outboard engine placement up to 600 horsepower. A dayboat that can adapt to many needs. Click here for more information

Escape 30 - RAND
Escape 30 – RAND

Marex 330 Scandinavia

The compact version of Marex’s flagship is preparing to make its debut at the Cannes Motor Show. With a waterline length of 9.99 meters, it is a cabin cruiser suitable for safely facing almost any sea. With a cruising speed between 23 and 30 knots (depending on the engines chosen), it is a dynamic and powerful cruiser. For all information click here

Marex 330 Scandinavia
Marex 330 Scandinavia



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