Dusseldorf Boat Show 2017: 9 sailboats that you must not miss

All is ready for the Dusseldorf Boat Show 2017. We selected 9 sailboats not to be missed. Which one do you prefer?

Bavaria C57


With the Bavaria C57, Bavaria Yachts presents a new, revolutionary sailing yacht at Düsseldorf. The innovative design, the smart layout, the high-quality equipment and build quality, and the impressive performance set new standards – and not only for Bavaria Yachts. Discover more.

Contest 67 CS

The Contest 67CS on show is the second in the line and presents a powerful view of the future of high comfort, high performance bluewater cruising. With this new yacht the first collaboration between Contest Yachts and leading design studio judel/vrolijk, the Contest 67CS introduces a new, even sleeker dynamic to the Dutch builder’s trademark flush decks and low deckhouse with browed and swept wraparound glazing, while creating even greater interior space. Discover more.

Dehler 34

After numerous nominations, the new Dehler 34 now received not only her first award, but also one of the most prestigious awards in sailing. The new Dehler 34 won against the Alerion Sport 30, Elan E4 and J/112E and was elected boat of the year 2017 by the American “Cruising World magazine”, one of the world’s largest sailing magazines. Discover more.

Dufour Exclusive 63


It is the entry of the French yard into the world of maxi yachts, with a high tech, full composite hull and structures where the sandwich bulkheads are completely laminated to the hull and the deck. This construction technique creates a full monolithic structure that ensures an incomparably rigid boat with considerably lower weight loss in order to produce greater safety as well as a stunning performance. Discover more.

Elan GT5

The 42-foot GT5, which is based on Elan’s latest model of their performance range, Elan S5, is the first model of the new GT series. The first yacht of the new generation will celebrate its first appearance in Germany at the boot Düsseldorf. Discover more.

Hallberg-Rassy 44

Rick Tomlinson

The new Hallberg-Rassy 44 will celebrate its world premiere at the Boot 2017 in Düsseldorf. The 14.45 m long boat with a draft of 2.10 m is classified in category A for unlimited ocean travel. For the first time, Hallberg-Rassy has used a twin-rudder configuration. The load on each rudder blade is thus reduced, which allows for more safety and better control when sailing at the limits. Discover more.

Jeanneau 51

Inspired by the Jeanneau 54, this new model was designed by naval architect, Philippe Briand and designer, Andrew Winch. Living spaces have been carefully studied, with meticulous attention to detail and the use of fine materials, to contribute to an excellent cruising experience and a luxurious lifestyle on board. Discover more.

Nautor Clubswan 50

With the ClubSwan 50, Nautor has pushed the limits further, developing a yacht that represents a leap forward in combining performance racing and pure pleasure sailing. The ClubSwan 50, was conceived to officially celebrate Nautor’s 50th anniversary and represents an innovative concept with class programme that will see the introduction of a new leading event: The Nations Trophy. Discover more.

Saffier Se 33 UD


The Saffier Se 33 UD is designed as a daysailer with extraordinary sailing potential in combination with a luxury feeling of sailing. A powerful rig, fast underwater hull in combination with a modern keel, a fixed carbon bowsprit for a code zero sail and vacuum building technics makes the Saffier Se 33 UD a light yacht. Discover more.

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