Great fun for little money, that's what the initiative "start boating" promises, in cooperation with the magazine "boote". The focus here is on providing information on all aspects of boating - which, up to 15 HP engine power, can be driven without a driving licence. In this segment there are a whole range of beautiful boats in Halls 4 and 3, which are very appealing, not only for beginners.
For example, the elegant Scoop+ from the French shipyard Ruban Bleu in Brittany. An almost five meter long, open electric boat for every purpose. Up to seven people can be accommodated in the beautifully designed boat, around a fixed table and on a sunbed in the stern, behind the helm seat. A stylish little boat for picnics and fishing trips alike. The boat has storage space under the benches and a swimming platform at the stern. With a 1.6 kW motor and a speed of 8 km/h, the battery lasts for seven hours. Ruban Bleu. Hall 4.
Also of interest are the boats by Bauhaus Nautic. A boat from the hardware store? Far from it - there are several models available. The simplest is the Pegazus 450 Basic, which is available as an open boat from 2999 Euros, which can then be "upgraded" step by step. With a modular kit, for example, a sunbed and steering position can be added. With an 11 HP outboard engine optimally motorised, this boat is of course also licence-free. Bauhaus Nautic, Hall 3.
Another stylish premiere at "boot" is the Milazzo 660 Sport, a classic runabout in a timeless retro design. Italian in appearance, almost like a Vespa on the water, with a choice of hull colour, stainless steel handrails, two small bathing platforms on either side of the engine and four comfortable seats in the open cockpit. This boat can be motorized with up to 140 HP and is therefore not a real beginner's boat for absolute beginners, but a very interesting boat for the more experienced boater. Blue Craft, Hall 3.
The Cap Camarat Series 3 from the major French shipyard Jeanneau will be on show in Hall 3 as a new product. A new development of an already very successful and popular boat, the dimensions of seats, berths and benches have been optimised. The Cap Camarat offers not only a very beautifully designed cockpit with two single seats and a stern bench, but also an upholstered berth for two persons on the foredeck and, below it, a moderately sized quite comfortable sleeping cabin for overnight stays on board. An all around proven and successful boat now in a once again revised version. Jeanneau, Hall 3.
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