We often get asked on social media how much our boats cost, but we don’t post the answers. Instead, we invite you to contact us. This might seem obtuse but we have nothing to hide, we just don’t feel that the comments sections on YouTube, Facebook and Instagram are the right places to share that information.
Has any yacht sailed further to get to the Seattle Boat Show this year? Here’s Torsten giving a guided tour of ‘My Family’ the Sirius 40DS Deck saloon that has sailed from Germany, via France, Portugal, the Canaries, the Caribbean, Panama, Galapagos, French Polynesia, Hawaii and Vancouver to make her USA Debut at the Seattle Boat Show!
Hello from Seattle! We had a great first day and an excellent start to the 2020 Seattle Boat Show. We were able to welcome an amazing number of good customers on board. In many ways, this show feels a little bit like the first years that we exhibited in Southampton.
Our latest (Jan 2020) newsletter is now online, in it we have the details of all the boat shows we’re planning to attend this year in North America and Europe, news from our owners and their travels – including Sirius 40DS Otis crossing the Atlantic, also there’s what has been happening in the factory.
Would you expect a waterside holiday home to have windows so small you can’t see out of them? No, neither would we. This is why, on a Sirius, you’ll find large windows looking out in every direction. No matter which way your boat is facing you can sit in the saloon and look out over the bay, harbour or anchorage that you have sailed to.
If you’re at boot Düsseldorf and are looking for a yacht to go bluewater cruising in, we have just the boat for you. She is a Sirius 40DS you can’t miss her in Hall 17 A40 and you shouldn’t miss her either.