Evo Yachts on display at the 36th Palma International Boat Show

From April 27th to May 1st, Evo Yachts will be attending the Palma International Boat Show with other leading players in the yacht world. This confirms the brand’s increasingly close and profitable partnership with Probava Group, a major dealer with head office in Girona and the distributor of top brands to owners in the Iberian Peninsula.

Evo Yachts is proud to welcome in the boat show season by attending the 36th Palma International Boat Show, from April 27th to May 1st, jointly with Probava Group, the Neapolitan shipyard’s official dealer for Spain and the Balearic Islands since May.

Relations with the commercial and distribution network are becoming increasingly important for Evo Yachts, whose boats are generating a lot of interest and curiosity in this geographical area, as they are in other Mediterranean locations.

The model chosen for the show is Evo 43 Enchanted Blue, the most elegant and sophisticated version of the 13-meter yacht. Designed by Studio Rivellini and built by Blu Emme Yachts, this is a fast day cruiser with lines that are as sculpted and muscular as they are streamlined and minimalist, in a perfect expression of the form & function design concept, with an upright bow and high side walls that flow harmoniously towards the stern. Evo 43 Enchanted Blue is fitted with a new steel T-top that is light but strong and, unlike the previous carbon fiber model, has no side or central uprights. The two strong side arms allow the top to be fully suspended and the design is completed by an aft handle perfectly integrated into the contours of the windshield, creating the perfect balance of appeal and function.

In addition to the attractive design, the other key feature of this boat is her performance in the water: the two Volvo Penta IPS 600 propulsion units (producing a total 870 hp) deliver high performance, great reliability and soundproofing, simplicity of use and reduced consumption, driving the boat to a top speed of 38 knots and a cruising speed of 30 knots.

Pin It