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Several yachts set to debut at Italian show

Yachts from Numarine, Invictus Yacht and Sirena Marine will make their Italian debuts at the Genoa International Boat Show.
Numarine’s 78HT Evolution is one of several yachts that will make their Italian debut this week at the Genoa International Boat Show.

Numarine’s 78HT Evolution is one of several yachts that will make their Italian debut this week at the Genoa International Boat Show.

Yachts from Numarine, Invictus Yacht and Sirena Marine will make their Italian debuts at the Genoa International Boat Show, which opens Tuesday and runs through Sunday.

The all 78HT Evolution by Turkish builder Numarine is an evolution of the 78 Hardtop and 78 Flybridge models. The 78HT Evolution hides a new “silent package” that utilizes a system of lithium-ion batteries, along with a smart energy management system and an intelligent multi-stage air conditioning system.

Invictus Yacht’s 370 GT will make its Italian debut at the show alongside the new 240 FX. The boat features a reverse bow, retractable lateral terrace and a submersible gangway.

The Azuree 41 is Sirena Marine’s latest sailing yacht. The carbon fiber reinforced, vacuum-infused GRP performance cruiser was designed by Rob Humphrey, with interior design by Tommaso Spadolini.

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