At some point, everyone has dreamed about owning a luxurious yacht. They’ve imagined what it would be like having an attractive, majestic sea vessel that turns heads as it pulls into port. A boat that epitomizes luxury with its style, its high-quality craftsmanship, comfortable layout and amenities galore.
If you’re ready to make that dream a reality, visit the Greenwich Boat Show on April 11 and 12 on the Mianus River in Cos Cob. The Greenwich Boat Show is a favorite among Northeast boaters, who are invited to walk along the docks and test out new boats on the open waters of Long Island Sound. The show has long been known for its impressive variety of powerboats, and this year’s show will feature the largest collection of dealers and boats yet.
Among the show’s variety of boats will be many high-end, luxury vessels. Models from Chris Craft, which has long set the boating standard for beauty, performance and craftsmanship, will be available, as will innovative, stylish luxury yachts from Tiara. Boats from Hinckley boast fuel-efficient jet propulsion and a shallow draft that makes navigating easy. But it is Hinckley’s beautiful lines steeped in Maine’s maritime heritage that are sure to make boaters take notice. Southport Boats, high-end sportfishing boats that are among the best center console boats around, will be at the show. Boaters will also get the chance to tour and test gorgeous and comfortable boats from Back Cove Yachts and uniquely-designed, high-performance vessels from Hunt Yachts. Large, impressive vessels from Azimut Yachts, with their Italian styling and attention to detail, are also sure to get plenty of attention.
New to the show this year will be boats from Vanquish, Hacker-Craft and MJM Yachts. Combining time-tested classic designs with cutting-edge materials and technology, Vanquish offers attractive 24 and 26 center consoles, a 26 dual console and a 24 runabout. The stunning mahogany design of Hacker-Craft boats is sure to turn heads in any port. Boaters will also be impressed with the 36z and 40z models from MJM Yachts, some of the most technologically-advanced powerboats available.
Of course, luxury vessels are just the tip of the iceberg at the Greenwich Boat Show. Besides luxury vessels, the Greenwich Boat Show will feature a variety of other styles, including fishing, cruising and family boats. To make sure you get to try out the boat you want, show organizers recommend attendees visit the show’s website to schedule sea-trials in advance. www.greenwichboatshow.com.
For more information, contact Karen Piscitelli at 203-661-4033, ext. 251 or email@example.com.