Gozzi Mimì is attending the Cannes Yachting Festival where it is exhibiting the Libeccio 11, the flagship of the walkaround versions of its fleet, for the first time available for sea trials.
Designed by Valerio Rivellini, the Libeccio 11 Walkaround is the only gozzo in the world to have an aft garage for dinghy and toys and is characterised by an innovative style designed for modern, youthful owners looking for a boat that is elegant but also sporty, liveable and welcoming.
Gozzi Mimì chose the Cannes Yachting Festival, scheduled 7 to 12 September 2021for the in-water debut of one of its latest and most ambitious models: Libeccio 11 Walkaround. The boat, designed in collaboration with Valerio Rivellinirecently awarded the title of "One to Watch" by the US magazine Robb Report as part of its "Best of the Best" award, renews the traditional concept of the gozzo, respecting its classic and refined lines but, thanks to the walkaround configuration, multiplies liveability on board.
Based on the quest to combine sportiness and elegance, Libeccio 11 Walkaround is a goitre of 11 metres long and 3.50 metres wide. The spaces in the bow, both when sailing and when stationary, lend themselves to different uses depending on the configuration chosen: two opposing sofas can be transformed into a sundeck or dining area if necessary. At the stern, then, the five-seater sofa with fold-down backrests can be quickly converted into a sundeck, and in the cockpit you can move around freely without any obligatory paths. Thanks to all these features, the Libeccio 11 Walkaround is a boat destined to conquer owners with modern yet refined tastes, with demands for livability and sportiness.
In addition, Libeccio 11 Walkaround is the only gozzo in the world to have an aft garage for a tender and toyswhile the interior offers two cabins, a kitchen and a bathroom. The rooms have clear echoes of classicism, such as the fine mahogany and teak exterior and the blue and white bands echoed in the wooden wands.
The model, which had its world premiere at last year's Genoa Boat Show, will be available for sea trials by appointment.