New-look Windy 32 and Windy 37 deliver high-spec boating as standard Windy 32
Two of Windy Boats’ most popular models – the Windy 32 Grand Tornado and the Windy 37 Grand Mistral – have been re-engineered for 2010 with a new specification, new colour scheme and unprecedented levels of standard equipment. The Special Editions will be on display at the Düsseldorf Boat Show from January 23.
acquire one of these fantastic boats, complete with the latest Volvo electronics and incredible joystick control system, at an unbeatable price. You won’t find this level of standard specification for this price anywhere in the market, let alone on a boat build with Windy’s level of quality.”
Keenly priced to reflect the recovering state of the market, the new models from the renowned Norwegian boatyard represent exceptional value for money.
The new colour scheme is designed to bring the look of the Windy 32 and Windy 37 up to speed with the latest models in the range, including the 44 Chinook and 48 Triton, and the new Windy 39 sports cruiser which is set to be unveiled at the Oslo, Athens and Cannes boat shows in September 2010.
Both are equipped as standard with Volvo Penta’s latest, integrated CAN-bus EVC system which features a trip computer, engine data in the chart plotter display and electronic shift and throttle. They are also fitted with Volvo’s new-version joystick control, which brings IPS-manoeuvrability to outdrive-powered boats, delivering effortless low-speed control. Both models at the show will be fitted with Volvo D4 260hp diesel engines, although the standard installation for the Windy 32 is 2 x D3 220hp. “The Grand Tornado and Grand Mistral are two of our all-time most popular models”, says Windy CEO Knut Heiberg-Andersen. “This new offer makes it possible to
Winner of the 2006 European Sports boat of the Year Award, the Windy 32 Grand Tornado set new standards in small sports cruiser design with its stunning good looks, luxurious below-deck accommodation and exhilarating performance. The 37 Grand Mistral is a genuine Windy classic whose refined and timeless design, solid craftsmanship and excellent sea-keeping abilities make her a popular family cruiser. Performing superbly in all conditions the boat is available with or without a hard-top.
Note to editors: Windy Boats AS is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Periscopus AS, Oslo, Norway – a privately owned holding company with interests which include publishing, media, hotels and property. Windy boats are built at Skarpnes, just outside Arendal on the southern coast of Norway, and in Västervik, Sweden. Founded in 1966, the company today employs around 160 people producing 13 models ranging from 25 to 58 feet. For further information on Windy projects, please contact: Mr. Karl Audun Skretteberg, Sales and Marketing Manager, Windy Boats AS: Tel:+ 47 37 05 85 78; Fax: + 47 37 05 85 75; E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org High resolution images can be downloaded from Windy Boats’ website at www.windy.no