With this boat you can cross Europe through locks and canals


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It is built by the Dutch shipyard Linssen Yachts and is the boat designed to navigate the canals of Northern Europe and appreciate “slow sailing.” The 450 AC Variotop is a unique boat among those you will find on display at Milan Yachting Week, if you are curious run to visit it by clicking below.


Unique features, Nordic design

If you are a lover of Nordic countries, this boat will remind you a lot of the house boats that are often found in the big rivers and canals of European cities. It is a boat that does not reach 14 meters in length, has a. maximum beam of more than 4.5 meters and a draft that slightly exceeds one meter. These features are unique within the Milan Yachting Week powerboat marina. Very stable, this aluminum-built boat also performs well in the open sea. However, it is the ideal boat for unique adventures across Europe, such as crossing from north to south passing through locks and canals in France. Definitely a peculiar boat that could be of interest to many potential owners.

Where can you find this boat? At Milan Yachting Week!

Linssen Yachts ‘ 450 AC Variotop can be found in Sailpassion ‘s booth at Milan Yachting Week. This Italian brand is a historic importer of Northern European shipyards, in fact by clicking here you will find boats from other Nordic shipyards such as Nordkapp, Nord Star and Parker Poland on display. You can contact Sailpassion directly with an email by filling out the form found by clicking here.



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