A new model of inflatable boat from the Italian shipyard, MV Marine will make its debut appearance at the Paris Boat Show, which takes place between 2nd-10th December this year.
The 25 GT model features brand-new, previously unreleased solutions for the MV Marine brand. The new 7-metre inflatable boat line is obviously sporty, but maintains an elegant and sober appearance, giving it the Italian name of 25 GT, or gran turismo.
The hull maintains the same water lines as are found in production models. These lines provide the 25 GT model with multiple benefits, including increased comfort during navigation, alongside low running costs. In addition, these lines enable the boat to remain dry, even in rough seas. However, the true innovation in the 25 GT model lies on the deck, as it lacks the large bow and stern sundecks you might expect in other models.
In the 25 GT, there are two U-shaped sofas on the bow and large seating areas aft that can be turned into sundecks. As a result, you can also enjoy eating around the table in both the bow and stern areas.
In addition, the console is one of the strongest features of this model. It has a sophisticated design, with a harmonious and slim line towards the pilot, allowing a perfect view of the onboard tools. This is also visible from the seat where the onboard fridge can also be found.
For the pilot there is a comfortable ridge rest, which also acts as a lock. In the aft U-shaped sofa there are many seats, with comfortable lockers underneath, with a special table enabling a wide living area for life on board. Another interesting solution on board is the dedicated passage allowing easy access to the water, without the need to climb over the coach.
"MV 25 Gran Turismo - as well as our other recent models - is designed to be modular, with the possibility of having more solutions on the deck, in order to meet the needs of sailors and compete on a wider market: not only within the Mediterranean”, explains Vincenzo Nappo, founder of MV Marine.
Although the 25 GT model features generous onboard spaces, it is only seven meters in length, in order to fully meet the needs of the French market. She boasts a more aggressive line that follows the design of MV Marine's previous Mito series, with generous interior spaces to ensure comfort for long trips on board, from coast to coast.
Her construction technology is recognisably MV Marine: the quality of the materials used, the innovative construction technique used, and the degree of finishing represent the essence of every single element with which a MV boat is made.
"The Cannes Film Festival and the Genoa Boat Show have guaranteed good business meetings and contracts’”, continues Nappo, “we are getting good responses from the foreign market, from America to the South East Mediterranean, and we are intensifying our commercial presence in Northern Europe, where our models are highly appreciated. It is certainly no coincidence that in January we will be present again at the boat show in Düsseldorf and will continue our tour in Spain, as well as taking part in a boat launch."
In addition to displaying the 25 GT at Paris, MV Marine will also exhibit the 650 Comfort - featuring a different setting of the cockpit - the 800 Comfort, and the Mito 31, complete with stern nets, all of which match the latest trends and sport new colour designs. You can find MV Marine at Paris in their booth at Hall 4, stand C22.
To start the new year, MV Marine will also exhibit the new 25 GT and the Mito 31 at boot Düsseldorf in January.
To find out more about the new 25 GT model or about any of the other products from MV Marine, contact them using the details below, or visit their website.
Via Vesuvio 25
Piazzolla di Nola 80035 (NA)
T: +39 081 511 6001
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