The three most exciting debuts of Fort Lauderdale 2015

The most important Boat Show of the United States has important news; it always offers surprises that can only be compared to it’s last year edition. Which vessels make this version of 2015 so unique? The list is pretty long...however, we want to share three models that we couldn’t stop looking; surely they will be the center of this Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

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K Signal, innovation created by sailor for sailors

Software developers of great companies such as Microsoft, have a common interest and enthusiasm for sailing, which translates into years of hard work and investigation that unite talent and a personal passion in equal way. K Signal is the achievement of this, it represents a huge challenge: to generate a model that shares an open code for this new digital era, you will be able to have internet access no matter at what point of the ocean you are.

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Foggy, the new sail boat by Frank Owen Gehry

Architect Frank Owen Gehry, who is 86 years of age, is responsible for artwork  as representative as the Bilbao's Guggenheim, the IAC building in New York City or the Louis Vuitton Foundation of Paris. He has designed a unique kind of sailboat called  “Foggy”, an acronym of the architect's name.

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Innovation in sailing by Jeanneau

Imagine que power of sailing alone like sail athletes do. After three years or work, naval shipyard  Jeanneau, alongside Harken, have incorporated a system to facilitate a family’s navigation, a reduced crew or even a single person. This innovation was denominated as Assisted Sail Trim (AST), which forms part of Sun Oddysey, this allows the user to navigate in a secure automatic form, expanding the possibilities of those who have little movement or require support. 

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A ghost ship has a reappearance in Cuba?

The vessel SS Cotopaxi, of almost 80 meters of length, had vanished 90 years ago in the Bermuda Triangle during the 1920’s, leaving behind a mystery that had never been solved; no one ever really knew what had happened to the remains of the ship or it’s tripulation, both lost in 1925. 

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Marco Ferrari and Alberto Franchi create a new yacht

With 50 meters of length the newest member of the Ferrari Desing sailyard  has created an unparalleled vessel which makes an interesting fusion; a sail and a remarkable hull lenght. Ten people can comfortably be in it’s interior and six crew members are an optimal number for it’s management. 

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