Le Boat to Launch New Cruiser, Italy Flotilla This Year

le boatSelf-skippered Europe boating company Le Boat is introducing a new cruiser and expanding its popular boating flotilla cruises in Italy for 2016. 

The company is currently conducting routine maintenance while completing scheduled upgrades and refurbishing throughout its fleet.

The new cruiser, the Horizon, is already nearly booked for the 2016 season, said Shannan Brennan, Le Boat’s head of distribution and marketing, U.S., Canada and Latin America. The Horizon’s modern design is exclusive to Le Boat and is available in 11 regions throughout Germany, Italy, Holland, England and France. It has panoramic windows, as well as a second smaller cabin that is suitable for young children, a bathroom with a separate stall shower and spaces for dining and other activities. The new cruiser also has a rear cockpit and roomy sundeck, complete with furniture, sink and barbecue.


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Guided Boating Flotillas

New for 2016 is Le Boat’s boating flotilla option in Italy, which is available for a total of five dates in 2016. As part of the itinerary, week-long boating groups will travel together throughout Venice. A guide will help plan the itinerary, organize optional group activities and provide assistance to new boaters, if needed. The guide will also be on hand to suggest places to see and visit en route as a group or independently.

Le Boat offers a free app that can be downloaded from the Apple and Google Play stores that provides information and advice for getting the most out of a Le Boat vacation.

Visit www.leboat.com

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