Apreamare presents Gozzo 35 Cabin

Apreamare Gozzo

Designed for owners who want to be able to cruise all year round, in all weather conditions and for several days at a time when desired, as well as in northern Europe waters, the great lakes of North America and Turkey, the new Cabin version of the Gozzo 35 is the result of Cataldo Aprea’s idea of reaching out to new customer segments and new markets, with the overarching aim of building a boat that can be used all year round and is easy for one person to handle.

As needs and lifestyles change, the Sorrento boatyard decided to drawing on the expertise of Marco Casali and Umberto Tagliavini to create a boat that follows in the footsteps of her open sister, but with solutions that revolutionise the concept.

Apreamare Gozzo

Features of Gozzo 35

Elegant and impactful, the deckhouse bathes the entire cockpit in a profound sense of protection: the volume of the structure is made to look lighter by the extensive perimeter glazing, which floods the lounge with light and offers guests a 360-degree view of the horizon.

The interiors and exteriors talk to each other in harmony through a four-section plate glass door. Its functions are twofold: to create a single space connecting the indoor and outdoor settings or, when closed, to protect guests from excessive heat or bad weather.

Here, in fact, as well as the helm station and a galley behind it with a sink and hob, there is also an L-shaped dinette to enjoy meals in company.

Apreamare Gozzo

Designed to be elegant and comfortable

This new Cabin version gives the sensation of living in close contact with the sea and nature, and it’s focused on the maximum onboard comfort: the generous stern platform, an extensive sun pad forward with panoramic seating, the pull-out L-shaped table seating six in the cockpit and the wide side decks.

The high bulwarks have also made it possible to raise the deck and therefore increase the volume of the interiors, without compromising the boat’s lines.

As a result, the height of the gunwale is 20 cm lower and a rail has been added to maintain the boat’s lateral flow, but also and most importantly for reasons of safety, given this new model’s improved cruising capabilities. This design solution delivers volume for a boat classified as under 10 metres.

Design work also focused on the liveability of the spaces below deck, with the aim of creating a layout with two cabins and a bathroom. While the forward area remains basically the same, the new layout brings benefits for the bathroom and shower, which now offer more surface area.

The guest cabin amidships also gains in terms of width, with room for a bed that is 140 cm wide at head level.

In terms of propulsion, the boat offers the practicality of a traditional in-line shaft arrangement with two Volvo Penta D4 270 engines, but there is also the option of twin Volvo Penta D4-270 DPI stern drives.

The first Gozzo 35 Cabin will be presented to the public in the early months of 2024.