Gozzi Mimì at Navigare 2021

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Gozzi Mimì, a benchmark on today’s gozzo market, could hardly miss the 34th Naples International Boat Show, which offers significantly more exhibition space this year following the addition of the Luise dock in Mergellina to the existing Circolo Nautico Posillipo.

Naples has the characteristics and potential to become the exhibition capital of the southern Mediterranean, and the return of this trade fair in grand style is an unmissable opportunity for the whole industry,” said Domenico Senese, owner of Gozzi Mimì, who added: “The elegance and size of the exhibition space and the offer of sea trials represent unique features in this geographical area, and I am sure that Navigare will become an increasingly important point of focus at international level”.

Gozzi Mimì at the exhibition

The boatyard established in Naples in 1975 will be exhibiting three models from the brand’s fleet – which ranges from 4 to 13.5 metres – designed by Valerio Rivellini and available for sea trials.

Libeccio 8.5 Classic, which made her world debut at the 2020 Genoa Boat Show, is an elegant tribute to the gozzos built in the 1960s in the Sorrento area and even has a handlebar, but without renouncing the benefits of modern technology, thanks to which she has a top speed of 20 knots.

Libeccio 8.5 Sport, on the other hand, is a classic day cruiser with a sporty spirit. The model offers a double cabin, an external galley and a separate head, as well as a sofa and a rollbar that allows the bimini top to cover the entire stern section of the boat.

Libeccio 9.5 Walkaround, finally, is one of the shipyard’s most successful models following her debut at the 2020 Genoa Boat Show. Combining the benefits of the walkaround layout with the appeal of the traditional gozzo, this is the ideal model to win over owners in various age bands.