May 29, 2020

New Model: Heesen 55m YN 19055

Heesen is delighted to announce that on May 14, YN 19055 Project Castor was launched at the Dutch facility in Oss on schedule for its delivery in August.  Thanks to the drastic measures adopted early on, both in Heesen production processes and in the offices, the Dutch yard managed to introduce the necessary physical distance and were therefore able to carry on work following the Dutch governmental guidelines with as little disruption as possible. By halving the number of employees working in the shipyard at any one time by working in two shifts, we did not lose productivity and increased flexibility.  At 760GT, Project Castor is the most voluminous 55 metre currently offered by a Northern European shipyard. Powered by two MTU 1340hp diesel main engines, she will reach a top speed of 15.5 knots and will boast a range of 4,500 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 13 knots. This outstanding performance is possible thanks to the proven design and engineering platform that sports the progressive Fast Displacement Hull Form hull devised by Van Oossanen. The Heesen 55 metre FDHF Steel offers exceptional sea keeping qualities coupled with more frugal fuel consumption compared to any other yacht in her class. Twelve guests are accommodated in six staterooms, with the master suite located forward on the main deck. Four spacious guest cabins (two double and two twin) are on the lower deck, while the VIP is on the bridge deck. Project Castor is the first in the class to offer the new layout configuration.  YN 19055 will be delivered to her Owners in August 2020 after rigorous sea trials in the North Sea.
Technical Data:
LOA - 55 m (180.5ft)
Beam - 9.6 m
Draft - 2.85 m
Displacement - 600 t half load
Fuel Capacity - 100,000 l
Water Capacity - 24,000 l
Accommodaiton - twelve guests in six cabins, 13 crew in six cabins
Engines - 2 x MTU 8V 4000 M63 1340hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 15 knots, 13 knots cruise
Range - 4500 nm at 13 knots
Hull Shape - Fast Displacement Hull Form
Construction - steel hull, aluminium super structure
Project - Frank Laupman Omega Architects exterior, Bannenverg and Rowell interior, Van Oossanen hull shape
Certification - Lloyds 100 A1, SSC Yacht, LMC UMS Large Commercial Yacht, LY3 

May 27, 2020

Project: Dale Nelson 36

Dale is updating it's 35 platform, and out of this revamp three models are coming out.  One of these new models will be the Dale Nelson 36.  This new Dale 35/36 series will be using the British builder tried and tested semi displacement hull shape, while interior layout will be for a standard forward master cabin, and an optional two cabin arrangement with the galley moved to the main deck behind the helm station.  Power options are not yet announced buy being based on the current Classic 35 platform expect similar power options from a standard single 200hp engine up to twin 270hp engines, with stern drive propulsion.

May 25, 2020

New Model: Sealine C390

Sealine present the new C390 a full enclosed sport cruiser offered in two or three cabins version.  The Sealine C390 is a versatile all year cruiser as good for outdoor and interior use.  Exterior amenities include: outdoor grill and hydraulic bathing platform in the cockpit area, two large refrigerators and the large passenger seat in the salon. The one-level living design is unique: the glass front to the salon can be opened completely, making inside and outside flow seamlessly into one another and share the optimally placed pantry. Exclusively in this size class, the interior comprises three double cabins with two bathrooms, both with separate showers. Alternatively, a third cabin remains unfurnished and is used as a walk-in closet or storage space.  Four lower deck options are available with two or three cabin choices, and one can specify a double berth or twins in the second port side cabin.  The C390 is standard powered by twin Volvo 300hp with stern drive propulsion, with an option for 370hp engines.
Technical Data:
LOA - 12.50 m (41ft)
Length without bathing platform - 11.99 m
Hull Length - 11 m
Beam - 3.85 m
Draft - 1.19 m
Displacement - 10.52 t
Fuel Capacity - 900 l
Water Capacity - 400 l
Max Persons - 10
Accommodation - four berths in two cabins, six berths in three cabins
Engines - 2 x Volvo D4 300hp, D6 370hp
Propulsion - Volvo DPS dual propeller stern drive
Speed - 27 knots max with Volvo 300hp, 34 knots max with Volvo 370hp
Certification - CE B10, C14

May 23, 2020

Project: Dynamiq GTM 90

One of the rare yacht models that was due to be presented at this year’s Geneva Motor Show before the event was cancelled due to corona virus was the Dynamiq GTM 90 developed in cooperation with Klassen, the exclusive car tuner from Germany. The fast and sporty, all-aluminium 27.5-metre yacht is designed not only to entertain, but also protect guests whatever the weather.  The GTM 90 hull lines were developed with Dynamiq's long-term partner Van Oossanen Naval Architects in the Netherlands, who created a super-efficient, hard chine hull that can achieve a top speed of over thirty knots with three relatively compact Volvo 1000hp engines and IPS pod propulsion. The sleek, sporty yacht has a very respectable range of 800nm when cruising at 17 knots.  The GTM 90 striking exterior styling owes much to automotive design with a superstructure that recalls the lines of some supercars. There is a sundeck with sunbed behind the radar mast accessed by an exterior staircase and a 3-seat sofa in the bow to enjoy the thrill of cruising at speed.  The rich and sophisticated interior features a forward salon and a bar/galley area overlooking the aft beach club, which can remain open on sunny days or be closed when the evenings turn chilly to create almost a winter garden effect. Fold-down bulwarks and sliding glass doors help increase natural ventilation. Head heights are a generous 2.20m throughout the main deck and Dynamiq provides another option of the main deck layout where salon and dining area are united to form a larger space for groups of up to 16 people.  There are four guest cabins on the lower deck, including a spacious master stateroom with a distinctive circular bed from the Bentley Home collection. A tribute to the Middle Eastern market is the owner’s bath, finished in fine onyx and equipped with a custom ham-mam for two people. The sophisticated interior design is by Giuseppina Arena, another Dynamiq partner.  The yacht can also carry an inflatable FunAir pool with a protective net for guests nervous of swimming in open water.  The first edition of the GTM 90 is developed in collaboration with Klassen that supplies the world business and political elite, including ten national presidents with ultra-luxury vans and limousines. The yacht’s interior decor mirrors the design features of exclusive Klassen cars with different upholstery, rich wood paneling and elegant LED courtesy lights. Klassen is also responsible for the wheelhouse design and manufacturing and interior and exterior detailing, including leather supply, stitching and other special automotive design features.

May 22, 2020

Out-News = Three Sport Cruisers Destroyed at Key Biscayne Marina

A fire that broke out at Key Biscayne Marina in Miami on Thursday morning May 21 at 10:30 AM, totaled three sports cruisers and damaged six other boats.  A Miami Fire Rescue Boat was first coming to control the fire which then got help from a total of fifty fire fighters.  The Fire Rescue Boat fighting the fire from the sea made the extinguishing operation faster and more effective.  Fortunately no one was injured in the time of the fire as no one was onboard on any of the boats. 
The totaled three boats where a Vandutch 54 which was the boat which started the fire, a Cobalt 46, and a Sea Ray 410 Sundancer.

May 21, 2020

New Model: Monte Carlo MCY 70 Skylounge

Monte Carlo presented the MCY 70 Skylounge during the 2020 Miami boat show.  This presentation is a first from a European boat builder, and aims to create interest from the North American and Australian continents market where Skylounges or as they are often called raised pilot house motor yachts are always a choice from sixty and above feet.  The MCY 70 sky lounge is accessed via an internal spiral case, with the enclosed bridge offering a central helm station, with companionway lounge settees to both sides, an L-shaped sofa to port side, with a wet bar and entertainment seat opposite.  The 70 Skylounge thanks to the flybridge extension also features an exterior area which is usually reserved for free standing sun bathing furniture. Thanks to the enclosed bridge the 70 Skylounge, and replaces the main deck helm station with more space below and a different layout offering a larger galley to starboard.  The Monte Carlo MCY 70 is a four cabin motor yacht, and is powered by twin Man 1300hp engines which give top speeds up to 26 knots.
Technical Data:
LOA - 21.08 m (69.1ft)
Beam - 5.45 m
Draft - 1.85 m
Displacement - 45 t dry. 53 t loaded
Fuel Capacity - 4000 l
Water Capacity - 1000 l
Accommodation - eight berths in four cabins, two crew in one cabin
Engines - 2 x Man V12 1300hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 26 knots max 22 knots cruise
Project - Nuvoali Lenard interior and exterior, Monte Carlo Yachts naval architecture
Certification - CE A

May 19, 2020

Project: Fountain 42 Lightning

Fountain present a complete redesign of its 42 Lightning model.  Launched in 1993 the 42 Lightning has been a long stable in Fountain line who in recent years have mostly concentrated on the non stop growing center console outboard market.  The 2020 Fountain 42 Lightning will be a complete redesign to one of the Carolina's builder long standing and most popular powerboat models.  The new 42 Lightning will feature more extreme aggressive styling, with a two plus two accommodation layout.  Power options start from twin Mercury 565 up to twin 1350hp staggered units. 

May 18, 2020

Out-News = Two Injured in Sportfish Yacht Fire

On Sunday May 17, just after 15:00 hours a sportfish yacht of around seventeen meters in length went ablaze on the Fort Luaderdale Intercoastal Waterway, South of Oakland Park Blvd.  Seven adults, two children, and a dog where rescued from the sportfish yacht, with one adult female and seven year old being treated for minor injuries.  The cause of the fire is under investigation.   
Still in doubt what the sportifsh yacht is, but from the few glimpses I got the boat in the fire looks to be a first generation Viking 55 Convertible produced from 1996 till 2002, and sold in over 150 units.  The success of the 55 Convertible not only made it one of the best ever sold sportfish yachts in its size, but also put Viking as the leader for semi-production sportfish yacht above fifteen meters in size. 
If someone knows more about the above sportfish yacht please leave a message below.

May 17, 2020

Out-News = Hargrave Super Yacht Fire in Fort Lauderdale

A Hargrave 98 super yacht m/y Tigers Eye caught fire in Fort Lauderdale on Saturday sixteenth May  early morning, just as the fire fighters of Fort Lauderdale where fending off another super yacht only one mile apart.  Fifty fire fighters where employed to stop the fire, which looked to have started from the upper structure.  No injuries where reported, and the Hargrave which was berthed in the Lauderdale canals alongside a residence was later in the morning towed away.
M/Y Tigers Eye is a Hargrave 98 Skylounge model build in 2008 with an accommodation plan offering nine berths in four cabins, and was powered by twin 1675hp Cat engines, enabling her to reach top speeds up to twenty knots and a cruise of eighteen.  Apart the Skylounge other notable features of this Hargrave 98 was the full beam saloon.

Web: Sirena New Web Site

Sirena Yachts present its new World wide web virtual showroom.  Founded in 2017 Sirena Yachts is the motor boat brand of Sirena Marine.  Sirena was founded in 2006 by Kiraca Holdings, and over the years led to various expansions, and has at today build over 250 motor boats and 100 sailing boats over the years, along with being commissioned by Azimut-Benetti Group to build the Magellano 43 model.  In 2017 Sirena founded its Yachts segment with a range of explorer yachts, with its first presented model being the 64.  The range eventually expanded with the second 58 model, and an 88 super yacht flagship launched in 2019.  Sirena latest model is the 58 Coupe launched in early 2020.  Sirena new web site takes you around with the following buttons; Home, Our Yachts, News and Events, Press, Dealers, and Contacts.  Sirena is also on social media with a link to its Facebook, and Instagram social pages. 

May 16, 2020

Out-News = Benetti Super Yacht Fire in Lauderdale Marine Center

On Saturday 16 May at 1:50 am fire fighters in Fort Lauderdale's Lauderdale Marine Center had to battle a fire onboard a 2012 Benetti 93 super yacht named Princeville.  Over fifty fire fighters had to be employed on Princeville in order to control the fire, which seens to have started on the upper part of the yachts structure.  No injuries occurred in the fire of this super yacht.
Designed by Stefano Righini for the exterior the Benetti 93 Delfino was produced from 2011 to 2017 and features an interior designed by Carlo Galeazzi featuring a five cabins layout with master stateroom on the main deck and a raised pilot house.  The 93 Delfino was powered by MTU 965 hp and reached speeds up to 14 knots and cruised at 12 knots, with a range of 1500 nautical miles at ten knots.

May 15, 2020

New Model: Mazu 82

The first Mazu 82 has been launched and completed her sea trial in time for delivery to her proud owner. Built of a lightweight carbon composite, the Mazu 82 combines a clean profile, expansive decks and large hull windows with the outstanding performance, efficiency and handling.  The celebrated Turkish designer Tanju Özelgin created the interior layout and design of the Mazu 82. Working closely with the shipyard, Özelgin optimized the generous volume and large hull windows, combining subtle textures, muted colors, and both direct and indirect light to create a vibe of understated elegance.  The end result is an interior design that perfectly complements the edgy exterior styling of the Mazu 82, designed in-house by the shipyard’s founder, Halit Yukay.  Tanju Özelgin is a designer renowned for its ability to transmit meaning in design through subtle and abstract uses of form, symbol and material. He is widely recognized for his distinct style that is contemporary and abstract yet deeply aware of the fundamentals of human nature and environment.  A major challenge for all yacht designers and builders is to draw in as much natural light as possible into the interior. In this regard, the Mazu 82 boasts very large deck house windows and strip glazing in the hull. In particular, the sliding sunroof, custom-made by OPAC in Italy, and nine squared meters windshield of ultra-clear laminated and tempered glass, lend the interior an airy, loft-like feel.  Artificial lighting is just as important as natural illumination and has to be both functional and atmospheric. For this reason, a bespoke lighting system was developed for the Mazu 82.  To create a chic yet warm and inviting feeling, walnut and leather has been used for the furniture exclusively built by Mazu, while the walls are decorated with metallic finishes and teak paneling that has been textured and stained grey. The textiles and carpets were specially designed for the boat, as were the doors made of bronzed tempered glass and the stainless steel hardware that has been treated using thin-film deposit (PVD) techniques in the same bronze hue.  The yacht is fitted with a state-of-the-art audio system (JL Audio for the exterior and Dali for the interior), which meant that close attention was paid to noise damping. Leather and Alcantara cladding and upholstery throughout help to mute unwanted sound.  The wet surfaces are of a special synthetic material that has a soft leather-like finish, while the bathroom faucets and accessories are by luxury hardware brand Gessi. The high-end galley equipment was supplied by Gaggenau.
Technical Data:
LOA - 24.50 m (80.3ft)
Waterline Length - 20.7 m
Beam - 5.90 m
Draft - 1.60 m
Displacement - 50 t loaded
Fuel Capacity - 6000 l
Accommodation - six berths in three cabins, two crew in one cabin
Engines - 3 x Volvo D13 900hp, D13 1000hp, or 2 x Volvo D13 1000hp
Propulsion - Volvo forward looking dual propeller IPS1350 pod drives
Speed - 40 knots max 35 knots cruising with 3 x Volvo 1000hp option
Construction - carbon fiber with epoxy resin
Project - Tanju Ozelgin interior and exterior. Halit Yukay exterior
Certification - CE A/B

May 13, 2020

Project: Aqa 47 Outcast

Aqa an Italian boat builder born in 2014 has been on PowerYacht's radar interest since it launched the 35 model in 2015.  Now Aqa presents a second larger project of the 47 Outcast model, also designed as the smaller 35 model by Francesco Guida, who again follows guide lines for a classic American inspired fast commuter with Mediterranean attitude.  See flash deck and straight but lightly curved shear line for its American inspiration, and the cockpit and bathing platform calling the Mediterranean summer boating attitude to full affect.  So far besides exterior design renderings very little technical details are available for the Aqa 47 Outcast especially regarding interior accommodation layout, engine and propulsion set ups, and performance.  The launch date for the Aqa 47 Outcast is for Summer 2021 with a World presentation for the boat at the Cannes boat show of the same year.

May 11, 2020

New Model: Wajer 55 S

Wajer present the new 55 S.  Lighter, faster and more versatile than the 55 sibling, the Wajer 55 S is a more day yacht version for adventurous days with a center console main deck. Besides exceptional quality, comfort and performance, the 55 S comes with more space for your friends and toys. The center console concept offers more space to walk, talk and chill on deck. The same goes for below decks, where there’s room for four berths in two separate areas, and a fully equipped bathroom. The large storage space for sports gear further adds to the user-friendliness of the Wajer 55 S.  The Wajer 55 S also features an optional deck version for a with or without sunpad.  Power by triple Volvo 480hp engines with IPS pod propulsion the Wajer 55 S reaches 40 knots top speed.  A more performance same engines but Jet propulsion version is also available.
Technical Data:
LOA - 16 m (53ft)
Beam - 4.40 m
Draft - 1.22 m
Displacement - 17.5 t half load
Fuel Capacity - 2368 l
Water Capacity - 418 l
Max Persons - 20
Accommodation -  four berths
Engines - 3 x Volvo D6 480hp
Propulsion - Volvo IPS650 forward looking dual propeller pod drives, or Hamilton HJ 292 water jets
Speed - 40 knots max 28 knots cruise with IPS propulsion
Hull Shape - deep-V with 21 degrees deadrise
Project - Sinot design exterior, Wajer engineering
Certification - CE B

May 9, 2020

Project: Nobiskrug 56 meter

In the fall of 2019 Nobiskrug and Vripack announced that they have been commissioned a 56 meter super yacht for a Middle East or Asian customer.  This concept for this super yacht resembled a high end residence in Dubai or Hong Kong. This Vripack Nobiskrug 56 meter will feature a five guest suite interior including an owner stateroom on the main deck.  The super yacht will also feature a gymnasium.  If this project is pursued this will be the smallest super yacht every build by Nobiskrug, dwarfing by three meters the 2010 project number 779 M/Y Jamaica Bay, which so far has been the smallest build by the German super yacht builder.  

May 7, 2020

New Model: Vicem 67 Cruiser

Vicem is excited to announce the launch of a new cold-molded build explorer yacht, the 67 Cruiser.  The 67 Cruiser presents herself in a traditional profile with a flying bridge and hardtop, bringing together Vicem’s timeless design with numerous features that today’s boaters want in their next yacht.  An elegant motor yacht, the Vicem 67 Cruiser features a classic layout with five distinct social areas, including a formal dining area to port with seating for four, galley opposite that can be open or closed off, depending on owner preference, and equipped for the discriminating chef with abundant space on Corian counters, and a full slate of appliances. The saloon has facing settees port and starboard, served by a table on a high-low pedestal. The lower helm is open to the social areas of the main deck, and has a side door for easy access to the side decks. Since the additional design, Vicem has added a day head to the main deck to ensure guest comfort under way.  Port and starboard stairs from the aft deck provide simple three-step access to a broad to swimming platform, which lowers hydraulically into the water for bathing. The aft deck is shaded by the large flybridge overhang and features a wide transom settee served by a solid-wood table for al fresco dining for eight.  The flybridge provides shelter to the upper helm station, as well as forward-facing companion seating, an al fresco galley console, and a U-shaped settee. The flybridge can be a gathering spot for owner and guests on pleasant days at sea.  At anchor, a large fore-deck sun pad on the trunk cabin is equipped with a folding awning for wind and sun protection. There’s also a forward-facing settee at the bow. Wide side decks is protected by high bulwarks topped with a stainless steel railing to lend safe access to the fore-deck.  The interior is finished in Vicem’s signature book-matched veneers, with the builder’s craftsmanship on full display. This tradition works with an updated design with a three-part wooden and glass sliding door that opens wide to add an indoor-outdoor feel to the saloon and cockpit.  Below the Vicem 67 Cruiser features a three-stateroom layout, including both forward and amidships masters with king-size beds, as well as an en suite starboard guest stateroom with a double bed. Throughout the build, craftsmanship is apparent in the finishes and attention to detail. Stowage in lighted hanging lockers, beneath berths, and in nightstands can accommodate owner and guests for extended cruises. Heads features wood-framed, tempered-glass shower doors, Corian counters, and premium fixtures. A crew’s quarters for two is located aft and has an eat-in galley, laundry facilities, and a head with separate shower.  Built with a hard-chined planning hull, the Vicem 67 Cruiser is constructed of cold-molded plywood mahogany using West System epoxy, resulting in a strong hull that’s light in weight. The build uses cold-molded plywood decks, superstructure, and housetop, sheathed with one ply of E-glass biaxial fabric with epoxy coating and lamination. The deck and house-top structure use mahogany framing and beams. Mahogany and hardwood are used in the stringers, keelson, and sheer, and the structural engine beds are cold-molded, laminated mahogany. The hull-deck joint is glued and mechanically fastened. Vicem uses epoxy undercoating, fairing compound, and barrier coat in addition to anti-fouling on all hull surfaces below the waterline. In addition, the builder has used acrylic coatings for the topsides and boot stripe. Quarter guards and rub rails have been laminated mahogany with stainless strikers.  The Vicem 67 Cruiser hull number one is powered by twin Volvo 1000hp with conventional shaft drives and custom designed 4-blades Nibral propellers. Speeds with the standard engines is a 16 knots cruise and a 25 knots top speed. With that engine package, the range at cruise is 800 nautical miles, with a 2,250-nautical-mile range at 8 knots.  Other engine choices are Volvo 725hp abd 900hp.
Technical Data:
LOA - 21.57 m (70.9ft)
Hull Length - 19.8 m
Waterline Length - 18.1 m
Beam - 5.50 m
Draft - 1.73 m
Displacement - 51700kg loaded
Fuel Capacity - 8000 l
Water Capacity - 1100 l
Accommodation - six berths in three cabins, two crew berths in one cabin
Engines - 2 x Volvo D11 7235hp, D13 900hp, D13 1000hp
Propulsion - line shafr with nibral four bladed propellers
Speed - 25 knots max 16 knots cruise 8 knots economic long range
Range - 800 nm at 16 knots, 2250 at 8 knots
Construction - cold molded, plywood and mahogany with one sheet E-glass biaxial and Epoxy resin
Project - Vicem Yacht Design
Certification - CE A

May 5, 2020

Project: Rizzardi InFive

Rizzardi present the project for the new InFive project set to debut in September 2020 at the Cannes boat show.  This means that the InFive is already in advanced stages of development and completion, and that tooling for the most part should be ready.  The Rizzardi InFive might be the replacement of the Incredible 45, 50 and 48 series which has been a not seller for the shipyard since it debuted in 2004, selling over seventy units in the 45 version. The Rizzardi InFive will continue the hall marks of the Rome boat builder of speed and comfort, reaching speeds of over 45 knots and also featuring over 120 customization options.  The Rizzardi InFive will offer various accommodation solutions with the standard cabin layout of three guest cabins and one crew cabin.  It will be interesting to see if the InFive will be born from the hull of the 45 Incredible, or if it will be a totally new project.

May 3, 2020

New Model: Abeking and Rasmussen 68m

On third April 2020 Abeking and Rasmussen has handed over hull number 6506 the 68m super yacht “Soaring" to her Owner. In presence of Captain and Crew as well as Project Managers and Owner´s Management Team the official Delivery and Acceptance of the super yacht has smoothly taken place at the yard in Lemwerder. Initially, it was the Owner´s wish to celebrate this very special day together with family and friends and also with everyone involved in the build process of this custom-made modern yet timeless mega yacht. Due to the extraordinary challenges the world is facing at the moment, the formal procedure was now held on a far smaller scale. Whilst flexibility is one of the yard´s key corporate values the unprecedented Covid-19 pandemic has called everyone at Abeking and Rasmussen to adapt and adjust their proven paths with much more versatility than ever before. Under these special circumstances, final acceptances as well as various closing meetings of internal and external experts had to be conducted via alternative means to the greatest possible extend.  At the yard´s premises itself the management has successfully implemented preventive measures to reduce human contacts as far as possible in order to protect the entire staff, sub-suppliers and business partners: work schedules were split into a strictly separated two-shift system, extensive hygiene measures have been organized, protective face masks have been handed over to the entire workforce and mobile working possibilities were set up successfully.
Technical Data:
LOA - 68.2 m (223.9ft)
Beam - 11.6 m
Draft - 3.45 m
Displacement - 1420 t
Fuel Capacity - 150,000 l
Accommodation - 12 guests in six cabins, 17 crew in nine cabins
Engines - 2 x MTU 12V4000 2000hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 16 knots max 14 knots cruise
Range - 4500 nm at optimum cruise
Construction - steel hull aluminium super structure
Project - Focus Yacht Design exterior and interior

May 1, 2020

blogger - Living With Covid-19

Now that we are in May many countries seem to have overcame the height of the curve of the CoronaVirus pandemic, and are starting to open some of the commercial activities to what is called the phase two.  Some countries have started phase two while others are still preparing for it.
Covid-19 phase two is all about being cautious, and allowing a restricted liberty.  The truth is that we have not won Covid-19, but have a way to control the spread of this deadly virus, and are learning how to live with it.  So it will be not be back to normality like January 2020 yet.
For some boaters from Britain, Northern European, and America with the boat away in the Mediterranean or the Caribbean they will still have a way to go, as I do think that air traffic between countries but even in the same region might be one of the last things which takes off. 
For 2020 I think we have to learn how to live with Covid-19, so even boating will be a very restricted hobby.  How restricted it will be different from one state to another, with borders in between countries so far looking to be closed at least till mid Summer.  If the curve will be diminished even further we might see some of these restrictions reduced in boating, considering that it has never been a mass tourism activity.