40 boat premieres in Sweden
About 500 boats will be on display at the Stockholm International Boat Show and several of which are world premieres. “There are at least 40 boats that have never been seen here before, so it’ll be a great Show this year”, said Thomas Sandberg, project manager for the Stockholm International Boat Show.
This year’s Show is the meeting point of future, present and past. In contrast to the future’s flying boats, the Classic Boat Show section will feature examples of Swedish boat culture treasures. These are sleek wooden motor and sail boats from the turn of the last century, wafting the fragrance of tar and varnish.
For the first time, this year the Show will comprise seven sections to help you optimising your visit: Sailing, Grand Large/motor boats, Accessories, Environment/sustainable seas, Classic Boat Show, Life on Board and Little Stockholm International Boat Show.
Motor Boats at Allt För Sjön
The 15-meter-long speed demon Zuperman, good for speeds just below 200 knots, will naturally be one of the major attractions. But there are also many other interesting new items.
Among motor boats you will find the
– Bavaria Virtess 420 Fly,
– the world-premiering Forbina 42 CC
– as well as the Axopar 28, which will appear in four different versions,
Other novelties include the Aquador 30 ST, Flipper 640 SC, Bella 630 RC, Jeanneau NC9, Sealine F380 Fly, Uttern, T52, Finnmaster T8, Cris Craft Carina 21 and Ryds F468 Sport.
Please be aware that Delta Powerboats will also display Delta 26,29,33,34 and 40!
The aluminum trend continues. New aluminum boats include the Swedish-made Viggo X8, making its world premier along with the Arronet 245 sxt. Buster is coming from Finland with four new Buster X models, and will also be showing aluminum-hulled rib boats.
Sail boats at Stockholm Boat Show
– the Dehler 38,
– Sun Odyssey 349,
– Hanse 385,
– Dufour 410,
– Seascape 27,
– Finnflyer 34 GT,
– Beneteau Sense 55 which is the Show’s largest boat this year!
The environment will also be very much in focus at the Stockholm International Boat Show. This year the Show, along with the Hållbara Hav
Please find more information about the Stockholm International Boat Show on Allt för Sjön. We wish you a great visit there!