Grand Trawler 62 debuts

The Beneteau Grand Trawler 62 has made her Asia-Pacific debut in Hong Kong before heading Down Under.

01 June 2022


The highly anticipated Grand Trawler 62, the result of Beneteau’s collaboration with Massimo Gino from Nauta Design and Amedeo Migali from Micad, has finally hit the water in Hong Kong.

The Asia-Pacific debut took place from 26 to 28 May, organised by Hong Kong dealer Simpson Marine and supported by Beneteau Asia Pacific.

During the event, a fleet of five Beneteau powerboats were on display, including the Grand Trawler 62, the Swift Trawler 44, the Grand Turismo 41, the Antares 11 and the Flyer 9, to fully demonstrate the versatility of Beneteau’s power range.

Being the largest model in the exhibition, the Grand Trawler 62 shined in her own right, especially thanks to L’OBJET, an American luxury home brand that accessorised the yacht. Decorative items such as classic dinnerware, a coral centrepiece, a funky chess set and bird cage candles all added a touch of glamour to the boat.

A satin wax finished wood, leather and elegant textiles make for a stylish interior and exterior, carefully designed by the experts at Nauta Design.


The model offers exceptional spaciousness and comfort on board, featuring a full-beam lounge area, raised central helm station, well-equipped galley, large cockpit on the main deck and a 31-square-metre flybridge. She is designed to accommodate six to eight people plus crew on board.

The VIP guest cabin in the bow has a considerable amount of headroom, likened to a luxurious hotel suite.

The midship owner suite makes clever use of the maximum beam, combining style and comfort to meet an owner’s needs.

Her full displacement hull, developed by Micad, optimises the passage maker’s cruising range and efficiency. The Grand Trawler 62 is fitted with two MAN i6 730 hp engines with a cruising range of 900 nautical miles, offering a high autonomy at sea.

In June, a dedicated media cruise will be hosted for media, guests and partners on the iconic Victoria Harbour of Hong Kong.

The Grand Trawler 62 will also appear at the 2022 Sydney International Boat Show, which takes place from 28 July to 1 August.



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