Hunton to participate in Miami Boat Show in February 2013

Article by Anita Panait, on October 25, 2012

British luxury powerboat manufacturer Hunton will be participating in the upcoming Miami Boat Show in February 2013, marking its first show in the U.S. In Europe, Hunton has participated in a number of prominent events like the Monaco GP, Festival de la Plaisance de Cannes and the Monaco Yacht Show. After receiving strong interest from prospects during its European season, Hunton is planning to bring its one-of-a-kind performance and luxury to the US, eyeing to capture a new audience and a new generation of Hunton owners. Hunton will be offering sea trials and consultancy with its team of experts at the Miami Boat Show next year.

Hunton is a high-performance luxury boat brand tracing its roots from an illustrious racing pedigree. Having a distinct position within the marine industry, Hunton hulls are legendary for having won more than 10 British Offshore Powerboat Championship wins, a proof of the company’s fabulous performance and handling.

Hunton hulls could reach maximum speeds of up to 68 knots, making it a logical choice for people seeking both luxury and pace. With the painstaking combination of design and engineering, Hunton powerboats inspire confidence, allowing owners to fully enjoy the extraordinary power and maneuverability of these boats.

While Hunton is well known for engineering and building high quality hulls, the company is also famous for endowing its boats with lavish interiors and exquisite details. The cabins of Hunton’s powerboats are both spacious and stylish, combined with sleek lines, race-inspired dashes and controls and exquisite deck spaces. Hunton always makes sure that it is using only the finest materials in building it powerboats – which are designed and created in close collaboration between the customer and the designers, engineers and craftsmen.

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