Brunswick just unveiled a brand new line of NAVAN “luxury adventure” boats at the Cannes Yachting Festival. The NAVAN C30 (cabin) and NAVAN S30 (open bow and cuddy) will make their U.S. debuts at the Miami show in February.
One of the giants in the worldwide boating marketplace, Brunswick already makes 18 different boat lines, including Sea Ray, Boston Whaler and Bayliner. But none of them look like the new NAVAN.
If you think the NAVAN looks like an Axopar, Saxdor or Nimbus, you’re right. And that’s the point. Those Scandinavian models have become increasingly popular in the past few years, in Europe and in the U.S., because of their versatility and ease of use. And almost everyone who’s tried one says they’re fun to drive.
The new NAVANs have the same low, lean, plumb-bow look as the earlier adventure boats, with the same walkaround deckhouse, the same hardtop (with sliding sun roofs) to hold SUPs and kayaks, and the same double-stepped hulls with outboard performance.
NAVAN is offering a variety of power for its new 30s, including a single 300-hp Mercury outboard, a single 400-hp Mercury outboard, two 225-hp Mercury outboards, or two 300-hp Mercury outboards.
The cabin version has a double berth in the bow with an enclosed head. The deckhouse offers easy side-deck access with asymmetrical doors and it houses a compact galley with an electric grill, powered by a battery bank and inverter system, and a sink and stove. The boat also has 12-volt air conditioning with a dedicated battery bank. A 12-inch Simrad chartplotter is standard. A window in the aft bulkhead flips open to connect the deckhouse with the cockpit.
We’ll have more details on the new NAVANs as we learn more later on.
Specs.: LOA: 33’5”; Beam: 9’8”; Draft: 2’0”; Disp.(boat only): 8,571 lbs.; Fuel: 105 gals.; Water: 21 gals.; Power: From 1×300-hp Mercury outboard up to 2×300-hp Mercury outboards.
Read more at https://www.navan-boats.com/int/en/ and see the video below: