Three amazing videos: the Agnelli’s G50 and the world’s 10 largest boats


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From the events pavilion of Milan Yachting Week come three exclusive videos by Barche a Motore! Today we want to take you on a tour of the new Pardo Endurance 60, a boat with enviable performance and extremely low fuel consumption. After a modern boat, here is an iconic boat that started plying the seas several years ago: the G50 designed by Sonny Levi for Avvocato Gianni Agnelli: a boat waiting to be discovered, which would certainly have a thousand stories to tell if it could talk. Finally we bring you a very interesting review, do you know which are the biggest and most expensive super yachts in the world? They really are incredible boats, we tell you about them with a video! If you have been intrigued by these three videos, remember that you will find many more exclusive videos and interviews by browsing the Milan Yachting Week events pavilion.

WATCH NOW “Sail well, safely, for many miles, and with low fuel consumption! New PARDO ENDURANCE 60 Preview”




WATCH NOW “Gianni Agnelli’s G50 Designed by Sonny Levi, the perfect 50-knot boat for the Avvocato.”




WATCH NOW “The 10 Largest and Most Expensive Yachts in the World”









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