US-inspired design, Italian soul: the boats that never get old


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Since the early 2000s, Toy Marine’s boats have been filling the Mediterranean with elegance. Design inspired by American lobster boats but totally revised with an Italian twist, this shipyard’s boats are custom built for each owner. Its boats, available in different sizes, have a somewhat classic design that never gets old.


Very marine lines and pronounced V at the bow

Right from the start these boats reveal their marine soul, with very classic lines defining the hull and a very pronounced V-shaped bow that gives confidence to those maneuvering them. The inspiration for the lines that characterize these boats goes back to the 1930s, and specifically to lobster boats and fast commuters. Boats built to be extremely stable, safe but also fast, with elegant and essential lines that never get old. To the U.S. inspiration for the “pencil,” we must add the local, Italian inspiration that comes from the historic Italian shipyards of the 1960s, from which Toy Marine inherits the attention to detail in finishing, the use of the highest quality materials, and the know-how of the expert craftsmen.

Toy 51: the ideal size

The 51-footer produced by Toy Marine is perhaps the model that best embodies the spirit of the shipyard. Thanks to its size the
Toy 51
is positioned in the most popular segment of the market, between 14 and 18 meters, ideal somewhat for all owners. The Toy’s characteristic harmonious lines find sublime expression here with the thrust of Volvo IPS engines providing thrust and quietness while sailing. For those who wish, a Fly version is also available, with a steering position on the flybridge designed not to get in the way of the aerodynamics typical of these hulls.

Contact Toy Marine for more details on this model

If you are interested in the Toy 51
you just click here
to get in touch by email with Toy Marine shipyard. Visit Toy Marine’s booth at Milan Yachting Week from here and if you want you can contact them right away by filling out the email form.



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