Naples, 25th February 2016 - Ferretti Group will be participating at Nauticsud, the traditional boat show in Naples held from February 27th to March 6th 2016, which is back on the Italian calendar of top yachting events after a break of five years.
The Group will be a top name at the show, set up and designed by Mostra d’Oltremare from Naples, and will be supported by its official agent Mele Yacht and its dealer Nautica Casarola.
The brands on display at the two stands located in Hall 6 include Ferretti Yachts, Pershing, Riva, Itama and Mochi Craft.
Mele Yacht, Ferretti Group agent whose head office is precisely in Naples, will be showing visitors the new boats sailing the waves in 2016: the new Ferretti Yachts 450 and 850 flybridges and the Pershing 5X, new entry in the brand fleet.
Nautica Casarola, Riva’s Italian exclusive dealer, will have a splendid exemplar of Riva Iseo on display, the 27-foot open whose many strengths include its extraordinary elegance at sea and great ease of transport.
“We’re proud to be taking part to an Italian boat show and we are happy it is back in Naples - commented Stefano De Vivo, Chief Commercial Officer at Ferretti Group. “Nauticsud is a popular event in an area known for its many sailing enthusiasts and a traditional calling point for yacht owners from all around the world.
The presence of Ferretti Group, supported by two of our oldest partners, is proof that we fully intend to keep a focus on the Italian market, and we are pleased to say the signs point to it steadily picking up again.
And the magnificent scenario of Naples and its gulf will also lend us all a hand in relaunching national demand for pleasure crafts and large yachts.”
This is the 43rd edition of Nauticsud boat show, an unmissable opportunity for sailing enthusiasts in Central and Southern Italy. In the generous space set aside for the boat show, the crafts and the owners will be the stars for nine days, celebrating nautical culture with a schedule of conferences and workshops on topics relating to the yachting industry.