The catamaran's individually-tailored layout will include spacious accommodation for 11 guests and crew.

The Newport 460 is powered by a single shaft-driven 480 Hp Cummins QSB6.7L turbo diesel, coupled to the Python shaft drive system, giving a smooth and comfortable cruising speed of 15 knots and a top speed 19 knots.

The X50 sport yacht, with customisable aft accommodation options, and the upgraded Maritimo M51 and M59 fully-enclosed flybridge motor yachts will be on display.

Advantages include a much higher efficiency, a reduction in fuel consumption of up to 25% as well as less wear, emissions, noise and vibration.

LightHouse Bermuda comes with 60 new sets of Polar Performance Data for popular sailing and cruising hulls, bringing LightHouse 3’s onboard library of polar data to over 260 models.

Made in Finland and just unpacked here in Australia, the Flipper range is described by importers Chapman Marine Group as "the ideal choice for discerning boaters who dare to be different".

The designers integrated a number of the distinctive “big-boat” attributes while staying faithful to the SUV pedigree that blends a seaworthy, sports-friendly flybridge ethos with the entertainment amenities inherent to a sport yacht.

Aventura are manufactured by French company STGi which started in the early 2000’s on the Atlantic coast of France, but then moved its manufacturing operations to Tunisia.

The 26.81 metre project, is the largest yacht ever built by the yard and is expected to have a range of 2,400 nautical miles at 9 knots.

Boaters simply connect the app to the WiFi of the Vesper Marine transponder and targets are visible on charts in real time.

The catamaran is the second model launched by the new shipyard, following the successful launch of the ILIAD 50 at the 2019 Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, which saw four of the new models sold.

The Ribco range of RIBs were showcased alongside the turbo-charged foiling F50-class catamarans during the inaugural global SailGP race on Sydney Harbour

Exhibiting AB Inflatables, Aurora and Italboats, the company has created a specialist inflatable boat shop that looks to enhance the on-water experience in as many ways as possible.

The BRIG Eagle 670 is the next incarnation of the Eagle 650, one of the brand’s highest selling models.

Brazil is a very important market for the international yachting industry, so much so that many important shipards have opened production sites in the country.

Powered by twin MTU 16V4000 M73L engines (2,880kW each), her Fast Displacement Hull Form provides a top speed of 21 knots and a transatlantic range of 4,250nm at economical speed.