Show Dates: January 26-February 3, 2018

Boats of Note

Ocean Alexander 88 40th Anniversary Edition – Displayed by Alexander Marine USA

Ocean Alexander 88 40th Anniversary Edition

On display from Alexander Marine USA and making its international debut will be the Ocean Alexander 88. This new model was created to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Ocean Alexander and features an improved and larger galley, more voluminous dinette, a hi-low swim step, and ample flybridge aft seating.

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 490 – Displayed by Marine Servicenter

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 490

From Marine Service Center and making a West Coast debut is the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 490. She features inclined "walk around" side decks for ease of movement from twin helms directly forward to the bow. There’s no need to step up and over cockpit coaming as the side decks now slope down gradually to the cockpit helm stations. She also features a full length chined hull with new "skow bow" design, twin rudders, a "cathedral" rig to reduce weight aloft and an entirely new interior layout.

2019 Riviera 5400 Sport Yacht – Displayed by Emerald Pacific Yachts

2019 Riviera 5400 Sport Yacht

Emerald Pacific Yachts will be displaying a 2019 Riviera 5400 Sport Yacht featuring nearly 360° view windows, wide walkaround side decks, raised bulwarks for safety and a tender garage for up to an 11-foot tender and outboard.

Fountaine Pajot Lucia 40 – Displayed by Signature Yachts

Fountaine Pajot Lucia 40

Fresh off the boat from France, Signature Yachts will have a Fountaine Pajot Lucia 40 catamaran with an AC Genset (a rare feature on boats of this size), a huge interior space with 360-degree line of sight, great visibility of the entire boat from the helm and a spacious owner’s suite with exclusive ensuite and two guest cabins.

Endurance 658 – Displayed by Hampton Yacht Group

2018 Malibu 23 LSV

Among the Hampton Yachts offerings on display will be the Endurance 658, one of their most popular in the long-range cruising series and lauded as “80 feet of yacht in a 65-foot hull” by BoatTest.com. It is the only yacht in its class to boast a day head on the aft deck, internal staircase from salon down to the crew quarters, and sunroof on the hardtop. Also of note is the newly-widened 19’2” beam.

2018 Lindell 42 Navigator – Displayed by Inside Passage Yacht Sales

2018 Lindell 42 Navigator

Inside Passage Yacht Sales will be displaying the 2018 Lindell 42 Navigator from Camano Island-based Lindell Yachts, a boat that according to NW Yachting magazine has “accomplished its goal of marrying the comforts of yachting with the performance and utilitarian emphasis of comparably-sized fishing boats.”

1999 Oyster 53 – Displayed by Swiftsure Yachts

1999 Oyster 53

Swiftsure Yachts will be displaying ECLIPSE, a Rob Humphreys designed 1999 Oyster 53. Her raised deck saloon design is a real highlight for liveaboard cruising with lots of light in the interior. She features a custom layout with two large staterooms, a bunk room, two ensuite and one “day head.” An updated Garmin electronics package and Fusion stereo were installed in 2017 to keep ECLIPSE in line with current navigation and entertainment technology.

Sea Ray L-590 Fly – Displayed by Lake Union Sea Ray

Sea Ray L-590 Fly

Also, on display will be the Sea Ray L-590 Fly luxury yacht, featuring triple Cummins Zeus drives with joystick piloting, custom moonglow color with matching Sat-TV towers, night vision, full camera system, tablet-controlled entertainment, full bridge hardtop enclosure with heat and AC plus a hydraulic swim platform for easy tender launching.

2014 North Pacific 49’ Pilothouse – Displayed by North Pacific Yachts

2014 North Pacific 49’ Pilothouse

North Pacific Yachts will be featuring a 2014 North Pacific 49’ Pilothouse, a solid and capable long-range cruiser, well equipped and designed specifically for the Pacific Northwest. With two staterooms, two heads, a spacious salon and pilothouse, the NP49 has the interior volume of much larger boats in an easier-to-manage package.

Beneteau First 20 – Displayed by Signature Yachts

Beneteau First 20

The First 20 is the smallest new sailboat in the show. She comes with a Code Zero on a furler and twin retractable rudders, plus a swing keel for getting into very shallow water. Built on a high performance Finot-Conq hull, her six foot lifting keel contributes to outstanding stability and improves her performance close-hauled.

2019 Cruisers Yachts 42 Cantius – Displayed by Silver Seas Yachts

2019 Cruisers Yachts 42 Cantius

A 2019 Cruisers Yachts 42 Cantius represented by Silver Seas Yachts will be making a Pacific Northwest debut. It boasts lots of “big boat features” in a 42-foot more compact and sporty package including: up and aft galley, two heads with separate showers, salon opening up to the cockpit for entertaining, one-piece windshield and hydraulic platform.

Boston Whaler 350 Realm – Displayed by Lake Union Sea Ray

Boston Whaler 350 Realm

Lake Union Sea Ray is excited to premier the all-new Boston Whaler 350 Realm, a whole new series from Whaler that features the open-cockpit versatility of a center console and the comfort-minded amenities of a cabin cruiser. It is one of the first released and the only one in the Northwest.

65’ MOONEN – Displayed by Chuck Hovey Yachts

65 Moonen

First in Class! CAMAI offers the most well-kept of vessels with the finest pedigree from a Holland shipyard. Proven and tidy, if you seek a truly capable ocean passagemaker, CAMAI will delight! Her lovely Mahogany interior features single level living with a modern open plan living space and plenty of light and height. Huge salon, a centrally located galley, two pilot stations and three lovely staterooms each with ensuite head and shower, plus day head. All oceans capable, CAMAI will provide limitless cruising possibilities!