MIAMI, Aug. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- G Marine, "The European Yacht Boutique" in Miami spent its summer vacation lining up new yacht offerings for its growing dealership while planning a full schedule of international boat shows. Adding a new Italian brand, EVO Yachts to Astondoa, the 100-year-old Spanish custom shipbuilder, and Fairline Yachts, the storied over 50-year UK brand, G Marine has extended its European reach and broadened the scope of its American clientele—North, South and Central. The company will bring six new European yachts from three different builders to three shows in the coming months.
Starting at the largest boat show in Europe, Yachting Festival in Cannes, September 6-11, G Marine will be with its new Italian brand, EVO Yachts. G Marine will meet with American clients to show the sexy EVO 43, that boasts an expanded aft deck and swim platform, creating a cruising beach club. EVO Yachts, based in Naples, Italy, selected G Marine as its Florida, Mexico and Caribbean dealer because of the company's dedication to customer service and appreciation for design details that make EVO a statement on the water or at the dock.
EVO Yachts will join Astondoa at the G Marine stand on the Bahia Mar FG Dock at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, November 3-7. After the success of its 80 GLX at last year's show and Century 110 at the Miami International Boat Show, Astondoa will return with a totally new 80 GLX flybridge yacht. The differences between each model demonstrate Astondoa's dedication to creating truly bespoke yachts that reflect the boating preferences and personal style of each owner.
Astondoa will also show the 655 Coupe, launched at the company's anniversary celebration in Santa Pola, Spain this summer. This express yacht utilizes every inch of outdoor space with sun pads and seating and brings the outside in, through huge windows, filling the interior with natural light. Cristiano Gatto's interior designs make the yacht modern, clean and welcoming.
G Marine will also feature Astondoa's new U.S. arrival, the family-friendly 65 Top Deck which expands the footprint and square footage of the upper deck and swim platform, creating a "floating island" with room for all—and all their toys.
Fairline Yachts will also attend the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show as G Marine will display a new 48 Targa Open. A retractable canvas roof gives this express yacht an open-air feel and the cockpit invites socializing with its oversized sun pad. The Targa 48 Open comfortably sleeps up to 7, providing ample space to entertain many more. The saloon, dinette and galley are welcoming and bright and the cabin layout features a generous mid-master and a forward double cabin. Options for adding sleeping space or an additional cabin are available.
The boat's integrated garage provides a home for your jet tender, with an optional submersible hydraulic bathing platform; Volvo Penta IPS 600 with joystick control provide smooth, impressive power, propelling this yacht to over 30 knots.
Fairline is developing a new 53 Squadron and the boat will make its U.S. debut in February 2017 at the Yachts Miami Beach Show. G Marine also plans to display the new Astondoa 65 Fly in Miami and all its shipyards are actively designing new models for 2017.
According to David Galante, partner in the family business that came to Miami nearly 4 years ago, "The South Florida market is growing in size and diversity in its yachting styles. We have had a strong relationship with buyers in South and Central America so this is the ideal place for us to grow our dealership and product lines. Our clients know that we will find them the right boat, not just any boat so the upcoming boat show season gives us the opportunity to showcase the variety of our offerings."
SOURCE G Marine Yachts