New Boats at the 2019 Annapolis Sailboat Show

New and exciting boats you MUST SEE at the Show

What's more exciting than coming to the 2019 Annapolis Sailboat Show (October 10-14) and stepping aboard the new and premiering boats? Sailors will be flocking to the 50th annual U.S. Sailboat Show in Annapolis this October. Be sure to check out these hot new boats at the show! (This is just a sampling of the new or preimiering sailboats dealers plan to exhibit at the show. This list is subject to change due to delivery schedules and unforeseen circumstances. Turn to our October issue for updates and to annapolisboatshows.com for more as we get closer to Columbus Day weekend.)...

1. Corsair 880

The all-new Corsair 880 is the pinnacle of trimaran design. Built from the ground up Corsair has added full boat systems—electric lighting, refrigeration, and air conditioning. In true Corsair fashion, a generator and air conditioner are removable to reduce excess weight when racing, or reduce trailer weight when on the road. And this is where the 880 trimaran is the revolutionary boat it promises: all of that comes in a folding, trailerable package well below the trailering weight limit of most passenger cars. Dock A1

Corsair 880 photo courtesy of Corsair Marine
Corsair 880 photo courtesy of Corsair Marine

2. Lagoon 46

The Lagoon 46 reinforces the fundamentals of freedom and audacity, gentle lifestyle, and innovation, so many beliefs that are expressed in a style that Patrick le Quément has strengthened and harmonized through every new birth. Dock TBA

Lagoon 46 photo courtesy of Lagoon Catamarans
Lagoon 46 photo courtesy of Lagoon Catamarans

3. Hanse 675
The luxurious Hanse 675 will make her North America début at the U.S. Sailboat Show. An innovative design with clear, confident lines and technical features, as well as a harmonious interior design (with a glass ceiling, among other highlights), the yacht offers many customizable options. Dock F2

Hanse 675 photo courtesy of Hanse
Hanse 675 photo courtesy of Hanse

4. Beneteau First Yacht 53

Capitalizing on 40 years of expertise, the First Yacht 53 is the latest member of the First range, launched by Beneteau in 1977. With sights set on high-performance cruising and more, if you are keen on regattas, this luxury performance model was designed for expert sailors and demanding owners. With a well-balanced hull and helm, easy-flow deck plan, modern marine interior with a décor of white lacquered bulkheads and moulded wood, the First Yacht 53 gets the renewal of the new generation of First sailing yachts underway! Dock F2

Beneteau First Yacht 53 photo courtesy of Beneteau
Beneteau First Yacht 53 photo courtesy of Beneteau

5. J/99

The new J/99, a 9.9 meter (32.6-foot) crew-friendly, offshore-capable speedster will début at the show. The J/99 combines headroom and comfortable interior accommodation with the tiller-driven responsiveness of a sport boat. The sail and deck plan are optimized for easy handling with fewer crew and incorporate the latest developments from the award-winning J/121 and the new Offshore Sailing World champion J/112E. The interior features twin aft cabins, a proper sit-down forward facing nav station, an L-shaped galley, and a private forward head with a sail locker. Dock S

J/99 photo courtesy of J/Boats
J/99 photo courtesy of J/Boats

6. Nautitech 46 Open

 Available in a stately Flybridge version or the Second Generation 46 “Open” with twin aft helm stations and similar to her smaller sister, the new Nautitech 46  is a sailor’s catamaran. Designed by a team of ocean racers, naval architects, and multihull specialists the Nautitech 46 possesses the same DNA as all Nautitech cruising catamarans: strong, light, exquisitely finished inside and out, a luxurious interior, and high performance under sail. Dock C

Photo courtesy of Nautitech Catamarans
Photo courtesy of Nautitech Catamarans