Prepare to embark on a thrilling journey as 'boot Düsseldorf,' the world's premier watersports show, struck on January 20. With over 1,500 exhibitors from 67 countries, the event spans 220,000 square meters across Halls 1 to 17, offering immersive activities in diving, surfing, sailing, and paddling. 



Nearly 1,100 boats, including world premieres, will be showcased. The show promises a spectacular display of innovations, luxury tenders in Superboat Hall 5, and a superyacht haven in Hall 6. Get ready for days of unparalleled watersports excitement in Düsseldorf.



Here is a list of yachts that can’t be missed. 

Sunseeker Ocean 182



Sunseeker introduces a bold deck layout on the Ocean 182, reshaping yacht design norms. The 27m vessel relocates the helm station to the enclosed flybridge, creating a capacious deck saloon comparable to super yachts. Featuring a full-beam midships master cabin and en-suite bathrooms for the VIP and two additional cabins, it epitomizes luxury. With twin 2,000 hp engines, the Ocean 182 achieves a comfortable top speed of 27 knots. Cruising at 12 knots extends its range to 1,800 nautical miles, making it not just a yacht but a potential primary residence, redefining the concept of onboard living.

Fairline Squadron 58



Fairline introduces Squadron 58. Featuring innovative "beach club" balconies on both sides, effortlessly extending the deck and offering direct sea access. The interior exudes a calm ambiance with understated design, ensuring a secure onboard environment. The modular cockpit furniture allows personalized arrangements, and expansive windows provide nearly 360-degree visibility, creating a Mediterranean atmosphere. In addition to Squadron 58, Fairline presents the Targa 40 at Düsseldorf.

Absolute 52 Fly



The Absolute 52 Fly spans a length of 16.76 meters, embodying the shipyard's commitment to innovation and trailblazing in naval design. Termed the "Absolute Direction," this philosophy is evident in the vessel's three expansive decks, providing a sense of comfort and space reminiscent of larger yachts. The capacious design is exemplified by the master cabin in the bow, ensuring optimal privacy. The midships VIP guest cabin rivals a second master suite in its spaciousness. Additional guest and crew cabins offer sanctuaries from the generously proportioned open decks, transforming the boat into a sea-view residence for 14 individuals. Propelled by 2 Volvo-Penta engines (D8-IPS800), the crew has the flexibility to choose the most picturesque bay at any given moment.

Steeler 50 TA



The Steeler 50 TA, where "TA" signifies "Trans Atlantic," is a Dutch motor yacht crafted from steel and aluminum. Functioning as a semi-glider, it boasts a transatlantic range suitable for both river and open-sea journeys. This achievement is facilitated by a 5,000-liter tank capacity and the integration of a Wingit kite system, harnessing wind energy to save fuel and propelling the vessel at initial speeds without diesel consumption. The 16.50 m long and 4.93 m wide yacht guarantees a secure ocean crossing, featuring fully redundant technical systems, including radar, night vision equipment, dual radio systems, and satellite telephone. The expansive 2.40 x 3.20 meter XXL sliding glass roof offers a constant view of the starry sky.

wallypower50



Wallypower50 boasts an extensive options list, enabling it to adapt to the diverse needs of its owners. Its clean lines and stem design echo the iconic style of larger wallypowers, while the option for the wraparound fender from the wallytenders adds another layer of versatility. The deck is optimized with two separate sunbeds, creating an additional 6 square meters of aft deck space when the wings are opened. Powered by two Volvo Penta IPS650s, the wallypower50 reaches speeds beyond 36 knots, with a 30-knot cruise and easy joystick handling. 

Invictus TT420S



A year after introducing the TT420, Invictus Yachts returns to boot with the TT420S, a 1,000 hp outboard version. Powered by three Yamaha 350s, it sacrifices some of the stern's swim platform for the trio of engines but gains an expansive storage lazarette, formerly occupied by Volvo inboards. This alteration provides ample space for a seven-foot RIB tender and various water toys. Retaining the distinctive wave-shaped hardtop and designed by Christian Grande, the TT420S offers a high-performance and stylish day cruiser experience.

Saxdor 400 GTC



The eagerly awaited Saxdor 400 GTC, the second flagship model, brings heightened versatility to the power open category. The distinctive feature of the GTC is its main deck – extending to the full beam, enclosed with expansive insulated glazing for ample light and warmth, shielding from wind and rain. The generous lateral terraces, along with modular furniture, create abundant outdoor space, and wings enhance guest mobility for a private island-like experience. The glass door and a 360-degree transparent cabin make the Saxdor 400 GTC the most adaptable yacht in its class, while a new glass transom and lower deck further amplify the home-at-sea ambiance, offering access to a spacious forward double cabin, amidships double cabin, and an optional third berth for kids.

Omikron OT-60



The innovative OT-60 from Greek shipbuilder Omikron, unveiled at boot, challenges the conventional trawler-style cruising with a sailboat-inspired design by Milan-based Lorenzo Argento. With the focus on efficient, quiet, and economical island-hopping cruising, the yacht is propelled by twin 150 hp Yanmar diesels (with 250 hp options), it achieves over 1,000 nautical miles at 9.2 mph on a single tank. The spacious below-deck accommodation has the 6 meter beam.

Frauscher x Porsche eFantom



In collaboration, Frauscher and Porsche present the eFantom, an elegant and innovative boat at the pinnacle of sophistication. Marrying the aesthetic prowess of both brands, this avant-garde vessel is technologically groundbreaking. Powered by the electric motor from the upcoming Porsche Macan, the eFantom reaches an impressive 45 knots in Sport Plus mode. Scheduled for road debut in 2024, the Macan's power unit is already propelling the eFantom, accompanied by a high-end sound system effortlessly drowning out any operational noise.

Credits: Yacht Harbour archive; boot Düsseldorf

Latest News

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Sunreef Yachts is embarking on a significant industrial expansion with the development of a new manufacturing facility in Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates.The company, which already operates two shipyards in Gdansk, Poland, totaling over 125,000m² of industrial surface, is venturing into new territory with a 65,000m² land reserve in Ras Al Khaimah.Sunreef Yachts is collaborating with RAK Maritime City to bring this ambitious project to fruition. The facility will offer a comprehensive approach to yacht manufacturing, featuring modern paint shops, carpentry, upholstery, and stainless steel workshops equipped with state-of-the-art machinery and robotics.Choosing Ras Al Khaimah as the site for expansion was a strategic decision for Sunreef Yachts. The region's strategic location, skilled workforce, and industry-friendly environment make it an ideal choice for the company. Francis Lapp, the Founder and President of Sunreef Yachts, expressed gratitude to the RAK Government and RMC management for their support in realizing this vision.Munira Lapp, Director of Sunreef Yachts Middle East, highlighted the collaborative efforts between the Ras Al Khaimah shipyard and the company's Dubai office. Together, they aim to establish a yachting think tank that anticipates trends and shapes the future of the industry with innovative solutions.This expansion marks an important milestone in Sunreef Yachts' global strategy. It not only strengthens the company's presence in the Middle East but also enhances its connectivity with the Asian and Australian markets. With manufacturing sites in Poland and the emerging facility in Ras Al Khaimah, Sunreef Yachts is poised to extend its reach for its range of sustainable catamarans. The new facility will initially focus on producing hybrid ULTIMA catamarans, as well as power and sail yachts ranging from 50 to 70 feet, showcasing the company's commitment to eco-responsible yachting.Sunreef Yachts was founded by Francis Lapp in 2002 in Gdansk, Poland. Since then, the shipyard has been designing and manufacturing luxury sailing and power multihulls. Credits: Sunreef Yachts
38m Martinique Lumière Launched by Moonen
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New Westport 117 Approaches Delivery
Westport Yachts is nearing the delivery of its latest creation, the W117, a 35.8-meter raised pilothouse yacht. The milestone in construction was reached as the hull and superstructure were joined.Commencing construction in 2022, after the easing of COVID-19 restrictions, the W117 was crafted using advanced technology akin to that utilized in the aviation industry. Featuring an exterior finished in "Snow White" with black metallic superstructure accents, the W117 promises a sleek and sophisticated appearance.Accommodations onboard will cater to 10 guests across five ensuite cabins, complemented by quarters for a crew of five, including the captain. Noteworthy features include a master cabin on the main deck, offering luxurious amenities such as a his-and-hers bathroom and a backlit Majelite headboard.Interior renderings depict a tasteful color scheme of whites and greys adorned with leather and vinyl accents, providing a neutral canvas for owners to customize to their preferences. Premium woods like mahogany and pomelle sapele will be utilized throughout, ensuring a high level of craftsmanship.The main deck saloon, characterized by its expansive layout, offers a sense of openness and spaciousness, with the option for semi-al fresco dining. Additional amenities include a beach club bar and a flybridge equipped with a centerline hot tub, settees, barbecue, and bar.Propelled by twin Caterpillar C32 engines, the W117 will boast impressive performance capabilities, with a top speed of 24 knots and a cruising speed of 20 knots. Its shallow draft of 1.9 meters will enable navigation in shallow bays and anchorages, making it well-suited for destinations like the Bahamas and the Caribbean.Enthusiasts will have the opportunity to experience the W117 firsthand at the 2024 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.The largest builder in North America, Westport was founded in 1964. Westport Yachts has built and launched a wide variety of vessels, from commercial fishing boats and fast passenger ferries to luxurious motor yachts. Today Westport builds composite motor yachts.Credit: Westport Yachts
Major Milestone for Moonen’s 122 Martinique
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109m Superyacht Concept with Glass Pools Unveiled by Design Storz
In the ever-evolving world of luxury yachts, innovation knows no bounds. Design Storz, the Austrian design studio renowned for its boundary-pushing creations, has unveiled Skia, a visionary 109-meter superyacht concept that takes extravagance to new heights.At the heart of Skia's design are three breathtaking glass pools that cascade across three expansive decks, creating a mesmerizing visual spectacle. But Skia offers much more than just stunning swimming spots.Drawing inspiration from his extensive experience in designing Formula 1 race cars, Achim Storz has crafted Skia's exterior with precision and flair. The sleek lines and dynamic profile exude a sense of modernity and sophistication, while the two-tone paint job adds a touch of sporty elegance."The long character lines and splines, which emerged from our first sketches, are key as they balance both light and shadow to create a state-of-the-art sculpture on water," Storz explained.While the graphic elements on the hull and superstructure take cues from sportswear, the overall design ethos remains rooted in luxury and performance.Onboard, Skia boasts an array of luxurious amenities, including a touch-and-go helipad on the foredeck, a spacious aft beach club with fold-out terraces, and a retractable swim platform at the stern. The yacht also features a well-appointed gym and a lavish spa complete with a hot tub, sauna, and direct access to the water.Inside, the open-plan layout exudes a sense of fluidity and freedom, with high ceilings, expansive windows, and contemporary decor enhancing the feeling of spaciousness. While interior renders have yet to be released, Design Storz promises a design that seamlessly blends elegance with functionality.With accommodations for up to 14 guests and a crew of 30, Skia offers unparalleled comfort and hospitality. From its striking exterior to its luxurious interiors, Skia represents the pinnacle of superyacht design and innovation.As the yachting industry continues to push the boundaries of luxury and extravagance, Skia stands as a testament to the endless possibilities of design and engineering. Whether cruising the open seas or lounging in one of its glass pools, Skia promises an unparalleled experience for discerning yacht enthusiasts around the world.Credits: Design Storz