From 16 to 21 September Fiart at the Salone Nautico of Genoa
Sunday, September 12, 2021 5:45 PM
From 16 to 21 September Fiart will be among the players of the 61st Salone Nautico di Genova to officially introduce the 2021 news to the Italian market. 61 editions of the largest show in the Mediterranean Sea and 61 participations for Fiart, which debuted in 1960 with Conchita, the first fiberglass boat built in Europe and which has never stopped giving voice to the most authentic nautical passion ever since. Present and future boats and projects will be introduced by the Fiart management during the Press Cocktail, Friday 17th September at 5.00 pm, at stand YE91 on quay E.
On the Genova docks there will be all the models of the Seawalker range, available for visits and sea trials, three excellences dedicated to lovers of the walkaround crafts. The Seawalker 35, a boat with a length of 9.99 meters (11.52 meters overall), will be introduced as an exclusive preview on the Italian market. Speed, energy and fun are the ingredients of this new yacht that can welcome up to 10 people, designed to be an irresistible partner for adventures, both in its outboard and inboard versions. The Seawalker 39 launched in July 2021, with an overall length of 12.60 meters, is a hull designed for those who love to live the outdoors, a perfect day cruiser, an excellent solution for a mini cruise with the family or even a chase boat for luxury yachts with flexible fittings that make it convenient, comfortable, fast, with that touch of timeless sporting style and elegance in line with the aesthetic and functional dictates of the Seawalkers.
To complete the range there will be the Seawalker 43, which debuted at the last Genoa boat show and achieving great success. 13.84 m long by 3.99 wide, it is extremely generous in the spaces below deck characterized by a stern cabin with a height of 1.80 m, which is added to the forward area dedicated to the owner with a height of over 2.00 m and a double bed. Among the features common to the whole range, a large bathroom with separate shower box and various furniture on the side, which optimize the interior spaces. For the first time in Genoa, the P54 will also be introduced to the Italian market, the new Fiart yacht born from the collaboration with the renowned architect and designer Stefano Pastrovich, who has designed a boat destined to revolutionize its segment, thanks to an incredibly innovative line combined with a skillful use of indoor and outdoor spaces.
The P54 is a project characterized by extreme attention to detail and a wide choice of materials that allow you to create sophisticated environments, with aesthetic choices that combine beauty, volumes and an original vision of being on board, which places the owner at the center of the scene. The solutions and finishes adopted for the P54, borrowed from superyachts, will guarantee livability and flexibility unthinkable in the production boats. The new yacht will be available to the public starting from the 2022 season, in two variants: with two owner's cabins and three bathrooms and in the one with three cabins and the same number of bathrooms .
The Genova show will also be an opportunity to discover the Fiart Academy training project, a non-profit foundation named after Ruggiero di Luggo, founder of the shipyard and father of Italian boating, which will open its doors in the autumn. The Academy will aim to recruit young talents, in the Napoli territory but not only, to train for free of charge and enter the working life . The possibility of attending a school located within the same shipyard premises, where all the production processes related to the design and construction of yachts are present, will give to students a very complete overview of the nautical world. At the Baia headquarters, for example, courses will also be set up to train new skippers, through the achievement of the boating license . In addition to the technical preparation, the students will have the opportunity to test their skills in the field through dedicated on board sessions of the Fiart yachts themselves.