Ax­opar – the boat­ing name ev­ery­one is talk­ing about

Like buy­ing a be­spoke, tai­lored suit for an ‘off-the-peg’ price - that’s the kind of value for money feel­ing and cus­tomer sat­is­fac­tion that Ax­opar own­ers have been ex­pe­ri­enc­ing these past few years.

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Deemed the ‘pick of the bunch’ by re­spected boat­ing jour­nal­ists all around the world, it’s been al­most five years since the Ax­opar 28 first broke cover and made such a big im­pact with its cool, an­gu­lar styling and blis­ter­ing per­for­mance to match. The orig­i­nal prom­ise of pro­vid­ing easy-driv­ing boats with high func­tion­al­ity, true com­fort, ver­sa­til­ity and pre­dictable han­dling has been ful­filled and sales to both com­plete be­gin­ners and ex­pe­ri­enced own­ers have rock­eted win the past few years with 1500 boats sold and 500 con­firmed or­ders taken for the 2019 model year alone. Ax­opar Open se­ries boats of­fer a sense of free­dom and the ex­hil­a­ra­tion of be­ing at one with the nat­u­ral en­vi­ron­ment. The po­ten­tial to pull shut the side-open­ing doors and sun-roof of the en­closed Cabin ver­sions gives these Ax­opar mod­els an added level of pro­tec­tion and sense of se­cu­rity that colder cli­mates and longerdis­tance jour­neys might well dic­tate. Cus­tomers re­port how much the driv­ing and han­dling ex­pe­ri­ence alone has jus­ti­fied their de­ci­sion to buy. The nar­row-en­try, low-cen­tre-of-grav­ity hull makes light work of choppy seas and grips res­o­lutely, in­spir­ing con­fi­dence in the driver and mean­ing that any­one and ev­ery­one will en­joy driv­ing an Ax­opar in most sea con­di­tions. But un­like many sports week­enders on the mar­ket, the fo­cus of ev­ery Ax­opar is not just about the pure driv­ing ex­pe­ri­ence. Lay­ing to an­chor in a quiet cove or tran­quil bay, the sense of space and re­laxed free­dom of move­ment af­forded by the walka­round deck de­sign of the 28ft and 37ft range make these boats ex­tremely pleas­ant, wel­com­ing and so­cia­ble places to be. Dine and un­wind in the cock­pit and share your thoughts of the day with the kids, who might pre­fer their own space seated up front in the fore­deck, or loung­ing around on one of the comfy sun­deck beds. Even when night­fall comes, there’s no need to leave your Ax­opar, since sub­tle ex­te­rior and in­te­rior light­ing will create a pleas­ant, in­ti­mate am­bi­ence. And when you fi­nally lose the bat­tle to stay awake in favour of a good night’s sleep, the knowl­edge that there’s ex­tremely com­fort­able overnight cabin ac­com­mo­da­tion for two to four peo­ple*, is an­other fac­tor largely unique to Ax­opar. * Sub­ject to spec­i­fi­ca­tion

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