Premiering Boats at the 2018 Sailboat Show Part One

New Sailboats at the 2018 U.S. Sailboat Show in Annapolis

We will feature more boats debuting at the 2018 Sailboat Show (October 4-8) as we get closer, but here are several to whet your appetite:

Figaro Beneteau 3
A foiling Beneteau? You don’t see that every day! The Figaro Beneteau 3 is the first production foiling one-design monohull ever to be designed. This innovative design resulted from a collaboration between group Beneteau’s best experts and the Van Peteghem Lauriot-Prévost (VPLP) office, the architects of the two last boats to win the Vendée Globe. 
Dock F2

Hylas H48
New in her class and making her American debut, the Dixon Hylas H48 luxury yacht was engineered for strength and reliability to satisfy the most demanding buyer. This stately yacht is powerful but graceful and includes sleek raised saloon windows for easy viewing, the choice of two or three cabins, and a large center cockpit and uncluttered deck that will impress any guest. 
Dock D

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 410
This new 41-footer specializes in offering comfort onboard from its obstacle-free sidedecks and comfortable coaming to its centralized winches, which can be controlled directly from the cockpit. The interior maximizes space and is visually appealing and consistent with the Sun Odyssey line. 
Dock F1

Tartan 395
The 395’s hull shape is an evolution of tried and true concepts proven to deliver great stability and high interior volume while maintaining comfort throughout a wide range of sailing conditions. You will find a traditional, stylish cabin house, natural ventilation and light. The cockpit is large yet secure, with twin wheels set wide, so sight lines are unobstructed. All sail controls are lead aft, so single and shorthanded sailing are a snap. Dock E2

Astréa 42
The Astréa 42 by Fountaine Pajot Sailing Catamarans is distinguished by its abundance of natural light, energetic lines, elegant living spaces, and unparalleled comfort, while delivering sheer pleasure underway. The 42 was conceived and designed to facilitate free-flowing movement throughout the boat, as well as linking the helm station with the outdoor relaxation and living spaces from coachroof to cockpit. The coachroof features a double seat at the helm station and a built-in sun lounger. The spacious cockpit, equipped with an optional integrated plancha grill, is the perfect place to relax. The lounge has been designed with expansive panoramic windows that bathe the interior in natural light. 
Dock B

Find more premiering boats at the 2018 here. Find even more as they are announced at the U.S. Sailboat Show page.