Boats of Note
Tiara 44 Coupe – Displayed by Alexander Marine USA
This is the little sister to the Tiara 50 Coupe with very modern and contemporary interior. BoatTest.com says: "This yacht's focus is all about entertaining in elegance and cruising in posh style."
Fleming 65 Venture I – Displayed by Chuck Hovey Yachts
Yacht designer Tony Fleming's personal boat, and hull number one, of the Fleming 65, in which he has cruised 43,000 Miles from Alaska to Galapagos Islands to Nova Scotia and back. Tony Fleming himself will be in attendance onboard.
This amphibious craft was specifically developed to take the hassle out of the boat launching/retrieval process. Sealegs is powered on land by a small inboard engine which drives steerable, hydraulic motorized wheels. At the push of a button the wheels retract or extend, similar to an airplane undercarriage; and Sealegs swiftly transforms itself from an all-terrain vehicle into an ocean-going powerboat.
2015 Marlow Hunter 37 – Displayed by Specialty Yacht Sales
The Marlow Hunter 37 features a voluminous interior that offers a generous aft cabin, considerable storage for long journeys, great living areas and headroom matching many 40 footers. Her large main and smaller headsail combination are also easier to control and hard chine in her hull design increases form stability as well as creating more interior space.
Endurance E658 – Displayed by Hampton Yacht Group
The newest addition to Hampton Yacht Company's successful Endurance fleet is the E658. The E658 offers a wide 18' beam with four staterooms, four heads and full beam master suite. Four staterooms, four heads and full beam master suite.
American Tug 365 2015 – Displayed by American Tugs and Trawlers
The new American Tug 365 incorporates new features including an extended upper deck for entertaining & covered aft cockpit; new anchor locker; and new Sapele jointer work and U-shaped dinette. The American Tug 485 will make its 2015 debut at the show. Measuring in at just under 50-feet; she is designed to maximize allowable moorage space, while providing the amenities and room desired by a family.
Hobie 60 – Displayed by The Multihull Company
This is a catamaran of historic interest as she was designed, built, and enjoyed by the founder of Hobie Catamarans. Katie Sue is the nautical equivalent of Frank Lloyd Wright's home. She cruises at 20 knots and has 14 integral fuel tanks giving her the range to reach the distant shores of Hawaii or the far reaches of the Pacific Rim.
Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 349 – Displayed by Marine Servicenter
2015 Cruising World Boat of the Winner x 2! Marc Lombard hard-chine hull with twin rudders & large twin wheel cockpit. Fantastic sailing performance with all sheets led aft to helms for ease of single-hand sailing. Below decks the 349 has the living space of many larger yachts. Featuring a bright open salon with 6'4" headroom and lots of unique storage areas including a flip up nav table aft to port. Huge head with complete separate shower and large storage garage aft of shower also accessed from the cockpit. Nice fwd cabin with double doors - all in a 34' Boat
50 Eastbay SX – Displayed by Stan Miller Yachts
Stan Miller Yachts and Grand Yachts, Inc. are excited to announce the West Coast debut of the Grand Banks 50 Eastbay SX at the Seattle Boat Show at South Lake Union. The 50 Eastbay is the newest addition to the popular Eastbay series from Grand Banks Yachts. With stunning, sleek lines and a finely tuned hull form, the 50SX slices through the water, turning heads wherever she goes.