The 58 Coupé made her North American debut at the 2019 Miami Boat Show and she’s shown no signs of slowing down. Sirena actually had no interest in building a Coupe until its customers, largely in the Northeast, requested it. And this is part and parcel of the Sirena mindset… it listens to its customers and responds accordingly. She’s now the smallest in the lineup and is largely a U.S. boat. She's powered by Volvo Penta with CAT as an option.
The Absolute Navetta series including the 64 is characterized by distance-cruising capability and externally by her large hullside and salon windows. In the interior, the line makes full use of the interior volume by creating open space.
Galeon Yachts has enjoyed a huge success run with its 485 HTS, but customer feedback has shown that a smaller model, with the same features, was definitely called for. So, the design team set to work at the drafting table and came up with the model 425 HTS and it was an instant success.
Ocean Alexander has launched a new line of cruising yacht that brings mega-yacht capabilities to a new set of yacht buyers. As the boomer generation ages out of the industry, millennials are coming aboard with a new set of standards and desires. Ocean Alexander has met the demands with its new Explorer Series.
With the 70 Luxury Power Cat, Aquila says it wants to enter the luxury yacht segment. She has premium features, appliances and appointments and is available with a galley up or down layout with up to five staterooms plus crew quarters. She’s powered by twin 1,000-hp Volvo Penta diesel inboards.
The Brabus Shadow 900 Sun Top starts life as an Axopar 37 twin-stepped hull and deck. Then Brabus Marine takes over, adding upgraded materials and equipment. Think of her as a Maybach or AMG on the water.