Sacs Tecnorib at the Palma International Boat Show

Sacs Tecnorib at the Palma International Boat Show

Sacs Tecnorib at the Palma International Boat Show

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18/04/2024 - 15:55

Sacs Tecnorib will be present at the show to open the boating season in the Mediterranean region, held in Palma de Mallorca from 25-28 April.

The PIRELLI SPEEDBOATS range will be on the water, featuring the PIRELLI 30, 35 and 42, together with the Rebel 47 and Strider 13


Sacs Tecnorib returns to the Palma International Boat Show, the Mediterranean boat show to be held from 25-28 April. The event, now in its 40th year, kicks off the season of major boat shows in the Mediterranean, and welcomes more than 32,000 visitors, nearly 300 exhibitors and more than 250 boats on the water.

The company will have five boats in the water at the M-30 Pontoon P2 stand of its official distributor in Mallorca Swiss Yachting, and its dealer Helimotor will display the Rebel 47 and Strider 13.

Three models will be present from the PIRELLI SPEEDBOATS walkaround line: PIRELLI 30, the entry level of the walkaround range; PIRELLI 35, a rugged 11-metre that features great attention to on-board accessories; and PIRELLI 42, the earliest model of the range intended for versatile use.

Designed by Ted Mannerfelt, it offers refined, sharp lines that communicate the idea of power and speed, and pair the traditional unique and iconic values of the brand.

The Rebel 47 by Christian Grande will represent the Rebel line. The boat is configured as a luxury day-cruiser with a modern design, whose small foam bumpers make the exterior layout more curvaceous and elegant. Christian Grande is also the designer of the Strider 13, whose exclusive lines, safety, build quality and versatility of use make it the ideal model for owners who seek performance and space.

Sacs Tecnorib awaits you at the Palma International Boat Show from 25-28 April at the M-30 Pontoon P2 stand.

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