By Thomas P.

Soleil 30 will be officially presented at the Paris Nautical Show in December 2019.
Soleil 30 is the sixth model of the Salpa Soleil range and the third new model put into production in 2019 (Soleil 20 February2019, Soleil 42 September 2019, Soleil 30 November 2019)!

By Thomas P.

The Heart of “Ribbing” beats at Genoa!
There is no doubt that there is no other Maritime Boat Show that gives us the chance to see and test so many rigid inflatable boats in the water and draw meaningful conclusions for each new model as well as for every new outboard engine.

By Thomas P. – Cristiano Segnini

For the last few months we have been working very hard to make real another feat that is about to take place in the summer of 2020. It is a truly great journey, most of which will take place within the Arctic Circle.
We will navigate on the wake of Vikings and great 18th-century explorers who dedicated their lives to discover the shortest passage to the Pacific Ocean.

By Thomas P.

Suzuki Motor Corporation is pleased to announce the introduction of the all–new DF300B, which is the latest outboard model to join Suzuki’s existing ‘GEKI’ series of dual-propeller outboards.

By Thomas P.
  • TECHNOHULL®’s new 38 Grand Sport clocked a speed of 103 knots in pre-production testing
  • Dynastream hull technology guarantees supreme stability and comfort at extreme speed
  • Luxurious finish and features list makes this a practical boat too.

By Thomas P.

The fastest, most powerful outboard ever offered by Mercury Racing. The 450R has the best power-to-weight ratio in its class, it is over 120kg lighter than the nearest competitor, produces 40% more torque than the 400R, it has 6400 rpm redline and runs at a 1.60:1 reduction ratio.

By Thomas P.

TECHNOHULL Explorer 40: the RIB that combines thrilling ride with comfort and seakeeping.

By Carlo Zazzera

On the occasion of “Fiera di porto, terra d' approdo” event, which will take place at the Marina di Santa Marinella from 25 to 28 April, Oltre Nautica will be present with a selection of RIBS and boats from the Italian Ribitaly shipyard.

By Carlo Zazzera

After a quarter of a century the Neapolitan shipyard, born as Motonautica Vesuviana, can take stock of its activities. He did so in a meeting during which the projects of the future that will lead the company to increasingly be a reference point for Italian yachting abroad were unveiled.

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