Lomac has organised an event to showcase its latest novelties, which enthusiasts and the curious can experience firsthand in Mandelieu on the Côte d’Azur from September 10-13. Four models designed by the Milan-based Yard will be available for test drives at the AMG Shipyard: Special Editions of the two success stories Adrenalina 10.5 and Granturismo 10.5, Granturismo 12.00 with three 300 hp engines, and Adrenalina 8.5, with a single Yamaha XTO engine rated 425 hp.
In its 60th anniversary year, Lomac’s frenetic schedule of activities continues unabated. The Yard’s management team wasn’t caught off guard by the cancellation of the Cannes Yachting Festival and decided instead to organise a four-day event to give everyone the chance to test drive the latest novelties.
The models available for the first time for test drives, from September 10 to 13 at the AMG shipyard in Mandelieu, will be the Adrenalina 10.5 60th Anniversary Limited Edition, a new take on the range’s high performance flagship, combining outstanding seaworthiness with a top speed of over 50 knots, and Granturismo 10.5 60th Anniversary Limited Edition, a dynamic and powerful RIB built for safety and comfort. This last model can be fitted with a hull designed specifically to mount two Yamaha XTO engines rated 375 hp each for exceptional performance. The hull, which is available on request and will be fitted to the boat taken to Mandelieu, where it will make its world debut, represents a plus point that is virtually unique in the RIB segment.
Both models are designed by Federico Fiorentino and feature the high-profile use of treated real leather for the upholstery and custom details specially created by d-factoryitalia.
In addition to the two special editions, also available for test drives will be a refined Granturismo 12.00 (overall length 11.7 meters and a beam of 3.54 m), with an elegant t-top custom made by d-factoryitalia and three 300 hp Yamaha engines, and finally a spirited Adrenalina 8.5, the aggressive-looking RIB fitted with Yamaha XTO 425 hp engines for thrilling performance and a top speed of 56 knots.