Evo Yachts lands on the West Coast


19/04/2018 - 17:10

Next stop: the Newport Boat Show. From April 19 to 22, the Naples-based shipyard will be attending one of the most anxiously awaited shows of the season on the back of its new partnership with Walter Johnson Yachts, the US dealer based in Corona del Mar, California, which will be representing the brand on the West Coast of America.

 After launching the spring boat show season in the Mediterranean by attending the Croatia Boat Show, Evo Yachts will be at the Newport Boat Show. This US event, held from April 19 to 22 at Lido Marina Village in Newport, is the most popular and anxiously awaited boat show on the West Coast of America and represents an important opportunity for Evo Yachts to continue to assert its presence on the US market.

The Naples-based shipyard’s attendance of the event is the result of recently signed commercial agreements with Walter Johnson Yachts. The prestigious American dealer, based in California, has a team of five professionals who have been working in the industry for over 30 years and have extensive experience providing service and assistance to owners both before and after sales.

The partnership rewards the commercial strategy of expansion into the US market, which the shipyard has been working on for several years now, and confirms the success of Evo Yachts boats in the United States.

Style, performance and comfort embodied in masterpieces of technology and fine design that never go unnoticed, like the new Evo Center Console with outboard engines (the owner can choose between 3 or 4 Mercury Verados, driving the boat to a top speed of 48 knots). It is a yacht that fully embraces the needs of Owners who are attracted to the sporty, dynamic and practical concept of center console boats, without betraying Evo Yachts’ cutting edge design by Valerio Rivellini. The product also completes the broad offering of 43 foot yachts, joining the iconic Evo 43’ and subsequently introduced Evo WA (Walk Around).

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