Scanner Marine conquers the PIBS and prepares for the Venice Boat Show

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Scanner Marine is leaving behind the great success it enjoyed at the Palma International Boat Show and is already projected towards the Venice Boat Show. At the Palma de Mallorca show, held from April 28th to May 1st, the shipyard exhibited five Maxi-Ribs from the Envy range, namely the Scanner Envy 1400, 1200, 1100, 950 and 710, and recorded considerable appreciation from visitors, as owner Fabio Montemitro confirms: “The public was well prepared and we received a good number of orders for next year, also because the boats we exhibited were all already sold. So the high appreciation for the Envy top range was confirmed in Palma de Mallorca, which continues to be the most popular and successful of our yard’s proposals.”

Scanner Marine’s exhibition at the last PIBS

“For Scanner Marine, the Palma International Boat Show confirms to be the most important and benchmark exhibition for the start of the season,” Mr. Montemitro continues. “On the other hand, thanks to Scanner Spain, which is one of our best dealers, we have been present in Spain for more than twenty years and we want to continue to meet our customers’ expectations to the best of our ability: this is precisely why we have brought the Scanner Envy 1200 to the Balearic Islands for the first time, following its debut in Cannes.”

Elegant, comfortable and high-performance, the Scanner Envy Ribs are perfect for day outings at sea, a type of boat that is increasingly sought after by the market. This is why Scanner Marine’s maxi-ribs have been highly appreciated by boating enthusiasts in Spain, and the same will undoubtedly happen at the next edition of the Venice Boat Show, where the shipyard will bring two models, the Scanner Envy 1200 inboard and the Scanner Envy 1400 outboard. The latter, in particular, is the semi-rigid top of the range of the Envy series, and with its aggressive look, generous customisation possibilities and huge deck space, it will undoubtedly be much appreciated by the public that will flock to the Venetian kermesse at the Arsenale from May 28th to June 5th.

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