If you love water sports, this is the boat for you


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The Finnish shipyard Axopar, for which Corte Lotti Marine is the Italian dealer, is one of the fastest growing in the powerboat world. The secrets of this success are several, among which we certainly find unique, cutting-edge designs and competitive prices. They are boats, like theAxopar 22 Spyder, designed for fun, for people who like to experience the sea in different ways, not just sailing.


A concentration of fun

At just 7.2 meters in length, theAxopar 22 Spyder is among the smallest boats in the harbor at Milan Yachting Week, but it is also one of the most distinctive. Small and easy to maneuver, but designed to support outboard motors up to 200 horsepower, this boat is also suitable for less experienced boat owners. With the right aft propulsion, the Axopar 22 Spyder can reach and exceed 45 knots of top speed without major problems. The deck of this boat is modular in nature; in fact, the stern area can be custom-tailored by the owner, based on three layouts. The standard version provides a bench for two, but you can choose a large U-shaped sofa that can accommodate up to six people or a multiple storage compartment (with seating for four). And an enclosed toilet is also available as an option, at the front of the console.

Jobe’s signature special version

Axopar and Jobe have created the Revolve XXI, a boat based on the 22 Spyder totally dedicated to water sports. This boat comes standard with the Jobe Experience Package. The package includes a wide variety of water sports equipment, a complete Aero Yarra SUP kit, theAxopar x Jobe hammock, a tow rope, and two Jobe life jackets. In its special coloring reminiscent of Jobe’s world it certainly stands out at sea!

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