Cannes Yachting Festival

The Boat Show season is about to open to the public, featuring a range of novelties that point towards sophisticated design and cutting-edge technological development, all in the name of elegance and sustainability.

The first to open its doors to the public will be the Cannes Yachting Festival, offering visitors and exhibitors a sumptuous setting. Nestled on the bay of Cannes, just a stone's throw from the old town and next to the famous Palais des Festivals, the Show stretches across two ports, Port Canto and Vieux Port. The Vieux Port, one of the oldest harbors on the French Riviera, hosts prestigious vessels annually presented by the world's leading international shipyards.

Fp Art participates in the Yachting Festival with a selection of paintings and sculptures by artists from its stable, displayed on Baglietto T52, a hybrid-powered super-yacht presented last April in Portofino.

Fp Art for Baglietto T52 super yacht Fp Art for Baglietto super yacht - Boat Show 2023

Fp Art for Baglietto T52 super-yacht

Many are the novelties pre-announced at the Monaco Yacht Show, which in recent years has increasingly asserted itself for its exhibition offer aimed at the ultra-high-end markets, intrinsically linked to the art of experiencing superyachting: among the over 100 units on display, more than 40 new models are unveiled as world premieres every year.

For the 2023 edition, there are high expectations for the new exhibits at the Genoa Boat Show, confirming its position as the world's leading showcase combining design and technology.

It's an exclusive world waiting to be explored, enhanced this year by the Catamarans Hub, dedicated to multihulls, and the Super Boat Area, hosting inflatable boats over 10 meters.
Completing the offer in the spirit of nautical innovation and excellence is the Power Village, a charming and fascinating space reserved for the world of engines that combines display and relaxation thanks to the large areas of a dedicated pathway.

In Genoa, Fp Art confirms its cooperation with the San Lorenzo shipyard, which will host some of its creations in an elegant range of shapes, materials, and colors.