Fiart lands in Oceania with first unit sold

Spring under the banner of consolidation on foreign markets for Fiart: the Neapolitan shipyard continues the trend of the last six months, both in terms of sales and presence in foreign markets.

In recent months, Fiart was present in Spain at the Palma Superyacht Show in April, exhibiting the Seawalker 43 and Seawalker 35.
In the same days, the Seawalker range landed on the Croatian market with the delivery of the first Seawalker 39 with 3 Mercury Verado 300 outboard engines, displayed at the Croatia Boat Show in Split.

fiart 35

At the same time in Italy and France, where the company historically has an established presence, the Seawalker models were promoted for the first time at the Sardinian Nautical Fair in Olbia and the Mandelieu Fair.

“The Seawalker range has exceeded our wildest expectations in terms of sales and presence in new markets,” says Simone Lorenzano, Fiart’s General Manager. “These fast, fun and extremely comfortable boats can easily satisfy walkaround enthusiasts with amazing performance and space. Deliveries of the Seawalker units already sold for 2022 are underway and we have already acquired several orders for the 2023 season”.

Cetera 60

The Cetera 60 delivered to the Australian market is configured with three cabins on the main deck. It offers 146 m2 of space, about 30 m2 more than yachts of the same size, and will be presented at two important Australian boat shows: from 19 to 22 May at the Sanctuary Boat Show in Cove and from 28 July to 1 August at the Sydney International Boat Show, the largest boat show in the southern hemisphere, where the Seawalker models will also be presented.

The shipyard has confirmed its presence at the upcoming Cannes Yachting Festival, to be held from 6 to 11 September, and at the Genoa Boat Show, from 22 to 27 September.

(Fiart lands in Oceania with first unit sold – – May 2022)