Denison Yacht Sales set to debut Privilege cat at Strictly Sail Miami

Author:
Updated:
Original:
Denison said La Passion is a customized performance sailboat with an “innovative interior design.”

Denison said La Passion is a customized performance sailboat with an “innovative interior design.”

Denison Yacht Sales said it will debut the first Privilege Marine Series 6 catamaran in the United States at the Strictly Sail Miami show at Bayside Feb. 16-20.

Denison said the newly completed La Passion is a customized performance sailboat with an “innovative interior design.”

“Not only do Privilege catamarans offer excellent build quality, but they can be customized to fit any buyer's personality, unlike production catamarans. There was even one buyer who wanted a hot tub on the flybridge, and they got it,” Austin Ellingsen, a brand manager for Privilege Marine in the United States, said in a statement.

“Privilege catamarans are the only catamarans built to this standard, with this level of finish and construction,” Ellingsen said. “They perform better due to low weight and a performance-oriented hull design and are extremely quiet under both sail and power.”

“Manufacturers are bringing some incredible cats to debut at this year’s Strictly Sail Miami, helping to further elevate the show as one of the country’s cat capitals,” said Kevin Murphy, show manager for Strictly Sail Miami.

“The attendee is going to have a blast shopping the show, with boats like the Privilege Series 6 making their first public appearance. The energy that’s building among exhibitors and attendees is infectious. It’s going to be a fun experience all around.”

Strictly Sail Miami is part of the Miami International Boat Show, which runs concurrently with Yachts Miami Beach, a separately owned show.

Related

Registration for Outdoors Conference Opens

The Outdoor Recreation Roundtable’s June 1-2 virtual conference will include speakers and presenters from government agencies and ORR member partners.

Yamaha Sees Double-Digit Growth in Q1

The marine segment was up 7.4 percent, driven by demand for outboards in North America and Europe but tempered by supply-chain logistics.

Orion Announces SafetyPro Training

The factory-authorized courses are designed “to educate retail associates on how to match a boater’s type of boating with the different signal kits that we offer.”

A Truce on Tariffs?

The E.U. will suspend the June 1 increase of its retaliatory tariffs and agreed to negotiate with the U.S. to end steel and aluminum tariffs.

Argos 3D Forward Looking Sonar

For 20 Years, FarSounder has been developing and manufacturing 3D forward-looking sonar for vessels of all sizes.

Dometic Marine Appoints Executives

The company promotes a 20-plus-year employee and adds a vice president of aftermarket sales and e-commerce.

IMEA Launches Scholarship Program

The International Marine Electronics Alliance aims to recruit students into the field of marine technology.

RBFF Campaign Reels in Awards

The fishing-and-boating advocacy group’s Get on Board campaign was recognized by two national public relations organizations.

Suzuki’s Clean Ocean Project

Testing of the engine manufacturer’s microplastics filtering device continues as it moves closer to production. The company also released its full-year financials.