New Boats Coming for 2019

Never Before Seen Boats Arriving In 2019

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Princess Yachts X95

Princess Yachts X95

Known for their extravagant luxury, the new Princess X-95 Super Flybridge is going to reset the yachting landscape. Yachts caliber are meant for two things: cruising and entertaining. The flybridge on the X-95 is nothing short of spectacular and will stretch almost the entire length of the boat. Aft on the flybridge is a massive sunpad that could easily fit 5 or 6 sunbathers along with a U-shaped couch for socializing. There are two additional couches and multiple loveseats along with a circular dining table large enough to fit 8 people comfortably. The interior of the Pilothouse is equally as nice and includes an air-conditioned, enclosed space to sit with the captain or simply take a break from the sunshine.

On the main deck, the Princess X-95 offers incredible views through windows that stretch the height of the room. Multiple relaxation and social zones make up the salon which has the space of a 120-foot motor yacht. Guests will enjoy 3 luxurious staterooms including the forward VIP suite that has it’s own private bathroom. The master suite stretches the entire beam of the yacht and features a large sitting area, private two-person bathroom, and storage capacity for longer adventures.

Silent Yachts 80 Solar-Powered Catamaran

Silent Yachts 80 Solar-Powered Catamaran

The future is now for going green when boating. Silent Yachts new 80 Power Catamaran is the first and only ocean-going production catamaran that is fully solar sustainable and powered by solar energy. While owners do have the option of including diesel engines as a back-up, the entire boat and the generator can be run from the large solar panels on the hardtops.

Imagine a cruising experience without the vibrations and noise from the engines and generator as well as the exhaust. The Silent Yachts 80 is just that – silent. The wide beam of the power catamaran also offers incredible living spaces. The aft cockpit and bow offer multiple sitting and dining areas. The interior is reminiscent of a mansion of South Beach with spectacular windows, European-style accents, and all of the comforts needed for extended cruising voyages.

Hatteras GT65 Carolina

Hatteras GT65 Carolina

Known for building some of the strongest boats in the world to tame the waters off the Atlantic coast, the Hatteras GT65 Carolina is no exception to the tradition. With sleek lines and an expected speed of well over 40 knots, this is one battle-wagon you will not want to miss when it debuts in November at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

Hatteras engineers will infuse the stringer system to the hull making one single, large part. This not only reduces weight, but it makes the hull incredibly strong and will be the first of it’s kind in the industry. The 4-stateroom, 3-Head layout is popular with tournament anglers and the 194 square foot cockpit is the largest in its class.

Valhalla Boatworks V-41

Valhalla Boatworks V-41

Viking Yachts are legendary in the world of sportfishing boats, but the one question asked for years has been, “When is Viking going to make a center-console?” Just announced at the Miami Boat Show, the new Valhalla Boatworks line will debut with three models including the flagship V-41. This is a new breed of center-console yachts thanks to Viking’s Research and Design Team along with Michael Peters Yacht Design. The patented twin steps and tunnel hull shape will not only improve performance, but also planning time and fuel efficiency.

The Valhalla V-41 will offer the option to choose your power between triple or quad engine configurations between 350 and 425 horsepower. Expect all the bells and whistles from a fishing standpoint including Seakeeper Gyro, in-deck fish boxes, a raised transom live-well, and lots of rod and tackle storage.

Nimbus Boats Weekender 11

Nimbus Weekender 11

When the Nimbus Weekender 9 first launched last year, anyone that climbed aboard the Swedish-built boat knew it was something special. The Nimbus W-9 went on to be awarded the 2019 Powerboat of the Year at the Dusseldorf Boat Show. Shortly after, the Nimbus team announced an additional line of their popular WTC series, highlighted by the new Weekender 11.

The Nimbus W11 can be offered with either Volvo Penta V8 inboards or Mercury Verado outboards up to 400 Horsepower. Capable of exceeding 40 knots and with the interior accommodations for 4 people, the Nimbus W11 will make a great day boat or overnight cruiser.



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