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Evo Yachts set to exhibit at Paris show for first time

The 43’ HT (foreground) from Evo Yachts can hit a top speed of more than 43 mph.

The 43’ HT (foreground) from Evo Yachts can hit a top speed of more than 43 mph.

Italian yacht builder Evo Yachts will take part in the Paris Boat Show for the first time this year and the dealership Evo Yachts France is making its market debut at the show, which will take place Dec. 2-10 at the Paris Expo.

Evo Yachts France is a dealership led by Jean Marc Bichot, who has been appointed the new dealer for France. Evo Yachts France has locations in Port Frejus and Saint-Raphael.

Evo’s 43’ HT, which has the company’s latest-generation full-carbon T-top, will be at the show. It was designed by Studio Rivellini and built by Blu Emme Yachts.

The day cruiser is 42.6 feet long and is powered by a pair of Volvo Penta IPS 600 diesels with pod drives that are rated at a total of 870 hp. The boat can hit a top speed of 43.7 mph and it cruises at 32 mph.



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