FLIBS 2015: S2 Yachts displays Pursuit and Tiara models

FORT LAUDERDALE — S2 Yachts debuted new models for its Pursuit and Tiara brands on Thursday.
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Among the boats Tiara has on display is the Q44 Adventure Yacht (right).

Among the boats Tiara has on display is the Q44 Adventure Yacht (right).

FORT LAUDERDALE — S2 Yachts debuted new models for its Pursuit and Tiara brands on Thursday at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.

Of the 19 Tiara and Pursuit boats at the show, including four new models, S2 Yachts CEO Leon Slikkers said it was the “biggest, baddest display our company has ever had.”

“We keep delivering a lot of great new product to the marketplace, and not just bells and whistles but leading innovative content," he added.

S2 Yachts CEO Leon Slikkers discussed new model introductions for the builder’s Tiara and Pursuit brands on Thursday.

S2 Yachts CEO Tom Slikkers discussed new model introductions for the builder’s Tiara and Pursuit brands on Thursday.

On the Tiara side are the new 39 Coupe and Q44 Adventure Yacht introduced this spring. On the Pursuit side are the OS 355 and the C 238, a 23-footer that will bring "new vitalized content to the center console market," Slikkers said.

The company also unveiled a model of its S 408 center console with triple 350 Yamaha 4-strokes that will debut in February in Miami. A DC 295 duel console also will debut there.

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