Fiart will attend the Cannes Yachting Festival from 7 to 12 September with a stand at the Vieux Port at PAN 215-216 and at the docks at PAN 060-061 with 4 boats to discover and sea trial. The Cannes boat show will be an opportunity to present an absolute preview of models, novelties and future projects, the result of the recent efforts and business investments of the company. For the first time in the water the new models of the Seawalker range, the 35 and the 39, available for sale right on the French Boat Show.
In addition, a new and revolutionary yacht will be unveiled at Cannes for the first time, the P54, available starting from 2022 season, born following the collaboration with the architect Stefano Pastrovich. The P54 is an iconic boat with a unique style, designed in line with the typical canons of the world of Superyachts, thanks also to the experience of the team involved, albeit in a size of less than 60 feet. The design of this new project unquestionably combines aesthetics and volumes, characteristics that have always distinguished Fiart.
The details and features of the P54 will be introduced by Pastrovich himself and the Fiart management for the first time on Thursday 9 September during the Press Conference scheduled at the Cannes VIP Club from 08.00 to 10.00. At the docks at the PAN 060-061 will be available all the models of the Seawalker range, in addition to the Cetera 60 Motor Yacht . Seawalker 35 a reinterpretation of the successful Seawalker 33, the first walkaround launched in 2012 by Fiart, introducing interesting innovations. The last born of the range was launched at the end of August in the Fiart premises, it will be introduced to the public in absolute preview.
Speed, energy, and pure fun are the ingredients of this 9.99 meter long boat (11.52 meters over all) that can accommodate up to 10 people. This new Fiart project, thanks to its extreme handling and the sensational dynamism of the lines, is designed to be the irresistible partner of adventures, both in its outboard and inboard versions. The outdoor spaces enhance the freedom of movement typical of walkarounds, without obstacles around the central elements of the cockpit, where there is the double-seat driving cockpit and the open kitchen area.
Below deck the cabin surface has been studied in detail, with design solutions that allow you to enjoy spaces normally unthinkable for a boat of this size, being able to offer up to 4 comfortable beds (including 2 singles and a double). The new Fiart project, thanks to its extreme handling and sensational dynamism of the lines, is designed to be an irresistible companion of adventures, both in its outboard and inboard versions.
Fiart at the Cannes Yachting Festival from 7 to 12 September
The Seawalker 39 launched in July 2021 is pure functionality, a model designed to the smallest detail for a perfect partition of spaces through a layout optimized for every need on board, a walkaround of 12.60 meters above all. Seawalker 43 launched in August 2020 she’s a very flexible walkaround, an immersive and supercomfortable boat with a revolutionary layout, which is achieving great sales success. 13.84 m long by 3.99 m wide, externally it invites to enjoy the extremely generous spaces. Below deck the aft cabin has a height of 1.80 m, about 30 cm more than similar boats, which is added to the bow double bed dedicated to the owner with a height of over 2.00 m.Fiart at the Cannes Yachting Festival from 7 to 12 September
Common to the whole range is a large bathroom with a separate shower. In Cannes there will also be the Cetera 60, the innovative multispace yacht, which offers 146 m2 of space, 30 m2 more than boats of the same size, designed for friends and families, with convivial spaces where you can experience unforgettable emotions in complete privacy. The Cetera 60 is configured with three large and wide and luminous cabins, positioned on the main deck with large windows to admire the view and away from the engine room, to listen only to the sound of the sea.Fiart at the Cannes Yachting Festival from 7 to 12 September