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Saffier 24 Receives 2024 European Yacht of The Year Nomination

Saffier 24 SE Lite Nominated for Yacht of The Year

We are very proud to share some amazing news with you: The Saffier Se 24 Lite has been nominated for the prestigious European Yacht of the Year award! It is the seventh time that Saffier Yachts has received a nomination for the award. The Se 24 Lite is a fast, yet easy-to-handle daysailer. The incorporated solar panel in the foredeck charges the battery for the electric engine, which makes the boat completely self-supporting. The radical bow design gives her stunning looks and extra performance sailing downwind.

The jury of the European Yachts of the Year will test the boat in Port Ginesta in October to find the winner in our category. On the evening of the first Saturday of the Düsseldorf Boatshow on January 20th 2024 the award show will take place. We will keep you posted.

This news closely follows the Saffier 24 receiving Dutch Boat of the Year 2023.

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