MarineMax will display Azimut 40 Verve at Newport show

MarineMax will host the North American debut of the new Azimut 40 Verve at the Sept. 15-18 Newport (R.I.) International Boat Show.
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MarineMax will host the North American debut of the new Azimut 40 Verve at the Sept. 15-18 Newport (R.I.) International Boat Show.

Powered by triple Mercury Verado 350s, the open sport yacht cruises at 37 knots and has a top speed above 40.

The cockpit features an alfresco galley and dining area that converts to a sun pad. Below, an owner’s cabin serves as a master suite with a separate sitting area and a separate head, and it offers a private sleeping space with a centerline double berth and closet space.

“We are excited to see how people will react to the uniquely innovative 40 Verve. However, we are equally as excited to have on display, for the first time, the new Galeon 430 Skydeck, as well as the all-new Sea Ray Sundancer 460,” MarineMax regional president Larry Russo Jr. said in a statement.

“The Galeon 430 Skydeck has the profile of a hardtop sport coupe with an innovative opening roof that reveals an upper helm deck — thus the Skydeck,” Russo said. “The Sundancer 460, with its open floorplan and large interconnected social areas, make it perfect for socializing with family and friends.”

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