Just a few weeks are left until the new edition of the Venice Boat Show, where the Nimbus Group will once again play a leading role. Growing very fast and with an increasingly widespread relevance, the Swedish group is expanding its presence in Italy, gaining more and more prominence at the boat show scheduled to take place in Venice at the end of the month.
Present with no less than 8 boats this year, from 31 May to 4 June, Nimbus Group and its importer Bella Center Italia will be exhibiting a real fleet on the Venetian lagoon. At booth P1 – SOUTH SIDE visitors will be able to see and visit: Nimbus T8, a dayboat perfect for all types of water activities, two Nimbus T11s, one with the new Mercury Verado V10 400 HP engines, and the other with Quick stabiliser and Mercury 300 HP V8 propulsion. Also on display will be the Nimbus W9, which is the ideal day boat for anyone looking for the perfect mix of speed and affordable quality. From the Aquador brand, on the other hand, the 300 HT model will be on display, which has already conquered owners in the past, and captivated new ones, thanks to her 2023 restyling.
For the Flipper brand, two models will be on display: the Flipper 900 ST, a spacious boat with two cabins but a sporty soul, and the Flipper 900 DC, this year’s addition that revolutionizes the design of the historic sports flagship.
The 8th and last boat on display will be what represents the real revolution of the Nimbus Group at the Venice Boat show: Bella ZERO 6.1, the full-electric boat of the future. Bella ZERO is the latest project for the production of electric boats, absolutely safe and reliable even in extreme cold weather conditions. Developed to tackle the harshest winters, Bella ZERO boats are offered in two versions: 6.3 and 6.1, the latter being on display in Venice.
What prompted the Nimbus Group to create this particular type of boat was the desire to let the owners enjoy nature through yachting. The silence and the innovative closed system cooling technology which finally elimitates the risk of freezing, make it a perfect boat even in very cold weather conditions and with decidedly cheap costs if you consider that a full tank costs around €2 and a refill full battery takes place in 10-12 hours, guaranteeing an average navigation of 6 knots for about 6 hours.
In line with the electric and increasingly green perspective that the Nimbus Group is experimenting, the Lampuga boards, the future of electric surfing, will also be present at booth P1. They will be exhibited in the Water Toys area of the Arsenale but some models will also be visible within the Nimbus exhibition space. Another great guest of the booth will be Quick S.p.A. with its Gyro stabilizer installed on the second version of the Nimbus T11.
Waiting to see how the group’s premieres will be received by the Venetian audience, the Nimbus Group confirms its exceptional sales trend in the first quarter of 2023, also obtained thanks to the physical presence at boat shows and exhibitions throughout Europe last winter and this spring.