Eyachts had the entire range of Axopar boats, ranging from 22 to 37ft, as well as the premiere of Pardo Yachts 43 and 38, at this year’s Sydney International Boat Show.

Eyachts was the first to bring European day-boats downunder in 2007. Many cruisers are seeing these as viable reasons to downsize, realising they only spend a few nights onboard each year.

On the Axopar side of the stand, each model was set for its own adventure, fitted with paddleboards, water-skis, bikes and donuts, provided by Jobe, Axopar’s watersports partner.

From the sidewalk onlookers peeked through the gullwing doors of the Axopar 37 to find a spacious cabin and separate head. The premiering Mediterrana edition also featured an aft cabin sleeping four onboard.

The little sister, the Axopar 22 T-Top, was also shown for the first time – a trailerable 22-foot dayboat option with incredible performance and a hidden separate head.

At the Pardo Yachts stand it was clear why Pardo is one of the fastest growing European walkaround day boat brands with an impressive level of quality and attention to detail. Downstairs there’s full standing height, a double cabin and each model hosts the largest bathroom in this class.


Eyachts also announced a new brand they are adding to their portfolio. Every model of RAND can be specified with 100 per cent full electric E-drive propulsion. Forty of these innovative vessels are already cruising Australian shores.