Sunseeker sets new record at the Bournemouth Air Festival

Sunseeker Parade 2021 - Photograph credit Sunseeker International
Sunseeker Parade 2021 - Photograph credit Sunseeker International

Sunseeker brought together a record number of new and classic boats during the Bournemouth Air Festival on Saturday 4th September. Just under 40 boats sailed through the Marine Exclusion Zone in front of spectators in a spectacular water display.

Andrea Frabetti, CEO at Sunseeker International, commented: “We are delighted to bring together a record number of Sunseeker’s at this year’s Bournemouth Air Festival. The event truly was a celebration of Sunseeker’s past and present.”

Jon Weaver, Air Festival Director, added: “What a fantastic spectacle we saw on Saturday with a flotilla of Sunseekers through the ages parading between the piers, particularly with the additional last minute appearance from Pip Hare being an added bonus.  It was great to have the support of Sunseeker this year, with many participants for Saturday’s parade. Along with the new Atlas Elektronik UK STEM marquee on the East Overcliff and the Dorset EMC STEM Breakfast which took place on Thursday, Sunseeker’s maritime contribution has certainly helped shape the festival’s future STEM involvement.”

Boats on display*:
Sovereign Hostess 17 (2), Sport 23 (2), Offshore 25 (1), Monterey 27 (2), Offshore 28 (1), Mexico 24 (1), Mohawk 29 (2), Hawk 31 (1), Offshore 31 (3), Portofiono 31 (2), Portofino 32 (2), San Remo 33 (2), Portofiono 34 (1), Martinique 36 (2), Portofino 36 (1), Martinique 36 (1), Tomahawk 37 (1), Superhawk 37 (1), Portofino 375 (1), Superhawk 40 (1), Mustique 42 (2), Thunderhawk 43 (1), Superhawk 43 (1), Portofino 47 (1), Mahattan 52 (1), Predator 60 EVO (1), Manhattan 65 (1), 75 Yacht (1).

*The number of models in attendance indicated in brackets.

 

Bookmark and Share
All content © The Business (Dorset) Ltd www.bizmag.co.uk
Website designed and managed by WhitesandsPR www.whitesandspr.com