Every year, the Motor Boat Awards name the best boats in nine different categories, tested and approved by the British Motorboat and Yachting magazine. Among other features, the boats are judged on their design and performance.
Three BENETEAU motorboats have been nominated among the finalists:
In April, Lagoon makes the most of the Singapore Yacht Show to present the huge SEVENTY 7 and the Lagoon 50 and Lagoon 40.
SEVENTY 7 – A First in Singapore
The SEVENTY 7 takes her first steps at the Singapore Yacht Show 2019.
This is her first appearance in Asia since her launch in 2017 in Hong-Kong. With her bold charm, she’s sure to catch people’s eyes on at the show. Sure enough, you can’t miss her: she’s the largest catamaran at the Singapore Yacht Show.
Discover a catamaran where harmony rules between the spaces inside and out, without any compromise, where innovation is at the service of comfort and life at sea.
Lose yourself in her vast interior and enjoy the light, made possible thanks to the huge windows and high ceilings of the Lagoon titan. You can also inaugurate the private terrace from the exclusive owner’s suite.
New generation of Lagoon catamarans
Also afloat at the Singapore Yacht Show, the 40 and the 50.
With wide spaces, harmonious design and improved performance, the 50 defines the brand’s new standards. As for the 40, she will make her debut at the SYS 2019 after her first visit to China during the last China Rendez-vous in December 2018. The 40 reflects the expertise characteristic of the brand with her comfortable cockpit, broad sail surface and hull structure signed by VPLP.
Meet up with Lagoon for the 10th edition of the Multihull Boat show from 24th to 28th April 2019 at La Grande Motte (France). For its 10th edition, the Multihull Boat Show will highlight artistic expression. The show is expanding: painters and photographers are now a part of it. Come and discover an artistic edition, with three exhibitions inside the show.
The Lagoon teams look forward to meeting you to show you their new models and leading boats! The avant-garde 40, the efficient 42, the generous 50 and the harmonious 46 await you! As an exclusive and for its world premiere on the water, discover Lagoon’s 2019 new model: the 46! A catamaran designed for uncompromising quality of life on board and enjoyable sailing.
Having already won the nautical world over, Lagoon’s latest born is competing to win the “Multihull of the year 2019” prize, organised by Multihull World and the International Multihull Boat Show! To be elected Multihull of the year, the 46 needs you: to vote for her click here! We’re relying on you!
The UAE’s most-renowned yachting event has kicked off in style – the 27th edition of the Dubai International Boat Show opened its doors yesterday to welcome over 800 industry-leading brands from 50 countries and over €300,000,000 worth of boats for sale.
This year’s boat shows are in full swing, and next up is a superyacht gathering in Dubai for the 27th edition of the Dubai International Boat Show. The five-day event held between 26th February to 2nd March at the Dubai Canal promises to host 400 exhibitors and 800 brands and companies.
We are currently working hard on this edition to ensure all is perfect at the beginning. We hope to see you there.
In late 2018, BENETEAU completed the renewal of the First range, with the launch of four small sport boats.
Next summer, the brand is preparing to launch the first First Yacht: 53 feet of sheer audacity and performance, perfectly in keeping with the new brand signature ‘Avant-garde in boating’. With 24,000 boats produced in nearly 40 years, some of which were real ‘winners’ an the recipients of some of the top international awards, BENETEAU is reinventing the legendary First range with a beautiful yacht, matching the desires of new customers who enjoy luxury high-performance yachting.
The First Yacht 53 will be launched officially at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September 2019.
On Saturday 19 January, the Oceanis 46.1 won the highly regarded title of European Yacht of the Year in the “Family Cruiser” category.
The suspense for the 19 yachts in the 5 categories competing for the European Yacht of the Year came to an end on Saturday 19 January. The panel of journalists from a group of European magazines gave its verdict at the “Flagship Night” ceremony, which was held within the walls of the Boot Düsseldorf.
The Oceanis 46.1 designed by Pascal Conq (Naval Architect) and Nauta Design (Deck and Interior Design), confirms the success of the new generation of Oceanis yachts. The panel stressed the yacht’s high performance and the incredible sensations at the helm.
For the third year running, a BENETEAU sailing yacht is one of the top boats awarded by the EYOTY jury.
Gianguido Girotti, Managing Director of BENETEAU, at the prize-giving
He stands in the company of Pascal Conq and David de Prémorel from the Finot-Conq office, Clément Bercault and Damien Jacob from Beneteau, as well as the master of ceremonies.
Filling thirteen halls and with more than 2,000 exhibitors, Boot Dusseldorf can rightly claim title to, ” World’s Largest Boat Show.”
The Boot 2019 set a new record: almost 2,000 exhibitors from 73 countries presented their products on over 2.3 million square feet of exhibit space to about 250,000 water sports enthusiast (boot 2018: 247,000 visitors) from more than 100 nations. These results confirm boot’s position as one the leading event for this sector worldwide.
We were there to represent Lagoon Catamarans (Lagoon 46 world premieres) and Beneteau (Oceanis 30.1 world premieres).
Championing ever more innovative boats for everyone is definitely Beneteau’s hallmark, and in this respect the new Oceanis 30.1 holds its promises across the board. The smallest yacht in Beneteau’s cruising range boasts trailability, incredible living space for her size and focuses on simplicity, yet she is as stylish and beautiful as ever. There’s a good chance that she will rank ‘best in class’ throughout her career. She will be unveiled in all her splendour at upcoming Boot Düsseldorf 2019.
Although it is rare to start with size when presenting boats, the new Oceanis 30.1 is an excep-tion. Her design is based on the balance between reducing the boat’s size and increasing the deck and interior space by precious centimetres, which really make the difference in terms of living space and comfort.