New Boats at the 2019 Annapolis Sailboat Show Part II

More New Boats To Check Out at the Show

Last month, we featured new and premiering boats to come to the U.S. Sailboat Show in Annapolis (October 10-14). Here are more of them! Note that this list is subject to change up until the day of the show, so visit the Annapolis Boat Shows’ website for up-to-date information. See you at the show!

Catalina 545 

Debuting in Annapolis, the new Catalina 545 is a natural evolution of the popular Catalina 425. The transom is enlarged to accommodate a dinghy under the cockpit. Other features include a fold-down transom, bow and stern jet thruster, and an optional four-cabin layout. Dock J2

Photo courtesy of Catalina

Excess 12

From a brand spankin’ new line of catamarans created by the Beneteau Groupe, the Excess 12 will appeal to energetic sailors looking for a sporty cat. This boat has a cockpit sunroof that opens and shuts, aft twin helms, a bright interior, and three or four cabins. Inspired by racing, but built for cruising. Dock C

Photo courtesy of Excess Catamarans

Sun Fast 3300

A bold, offshore-capable sport boat, this vessel is a high performance racer designed to excel under mainstream racing rules and capable of being sailed with a full crew or shorthanded. Created by Grand Prix designer Guillaume Verdier and rating-rules expert Daniel Andrieu. Dock F2

Photo courtesy of Jeanneau

Hallberg-Rassy 48 MK II

The new Hallberg-Rassy 48 is a true bluewater cruiser that offers more natural light and comfort than before. With three double cabins and a big saloon, this vessel offers a great space layout for today’s sailors. Known for their signature seaworthiness, Hallberg-Rassy boats are also respected for their elegant lines. Dock E2

Photo courtesy of Hallberg-Rassy

NEEL 47 Trimaran

The NEEL 47 brings a focus on performance, safety and comfort at sea, and a finesse of steering. Weight distribution is centered to the main hull, and the interior design allows for lots of natural light to enter. The boat stands out for many reasons, including its simplicity. Dock C

Photo courtesy of NEEL

Dufour 390 and 430

The Dufour 390 and 430 represent the new generation of the Dufour Grand Large. These boats boast performance, easy handling, and comfort. The deck plans are designed for comfort and ease while under sail or during stopovers. The 390 and 430 have new standard equipment and connected technology with the new “Dufour Connect” unit. Dock F2

Photo courtesy of Dufour Yachts

Tiwal 2

A simple, lightweight inflatable sailing dinghy, the brand new Tiwal 2 is even lighter and more compact. This little boat is ready to sail in 15 minutes, and can accommodate an adult and a child or two children. Tiwal intends to make the Tiwal 2 an essential toy aboard cruising boats. Dock F2

Photo courtesy of Tiwal

BALI 5.4

The BALI 5.4 offers plenty of open spaces and very ergonomic living spaces. This catamaran’s integral forward deck replaces the trampoline, making it perfect for lounging and sunbathing. It also has a large tilt-and-turn door and sliding windows, and new access to the front cockpit. Dock B

Photo courtesy of Bali Catamarans