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HONG KONG-BASED KRAKEN YACHTS LTD EXHIBITS AT THE 2017 LONDON ON-WATER SHOW.

30 May, 2017

Hong Kong-based Kraken Yachts Ltd exhibits at the 2017 London On-Water show.

Kraken Yachts Ltd has already made an impact with its new range of blue water cruising yachts.  

Sales Director Mark Williams is using the London On-Water show   (June 8th to 11th at St Katharine Docks, London E1) to introduce the Kraken 50, Kraken 58 and Kraken 66 models to potential UK buyers and to international visitors who fly in to visit the show.

The first Kraken 50 has already been ordered and Kraken chairman Dick Beaumont’s Kraken 66 is afloat and sailing.


The Kraken range – designed by Kevin Dibley of leading New Zealand company Dibley Marine and built by long-established and multiple award-winning Hansheng Yachts – majors on blue water cruising. These semi-custom yachts are competitively priced and “built for purpose” - and this purpose is to cruise in great comfort and above all in safety.

Kraken’s unique Zero Keel™, for example, is so called because the lead ballast inside a streamlined keel bulb forms an integral part of the yacht. So there are zero bolts; meaning the keel cannot fall off. And – unlike many modern production yachts – Krakens have a robust and full depth integral skeg to protect the rudder from UFOs (unidentified floating objects that now litter the oceans).

Kraken chairman Dick Beaumont - who is currently cruising his Kraken 66 in the South China Sea – says “Our new Zero Keel™ design answers the prayers of every blue water sailor. If you've ever got a cold shiver down your spine wondering what would happen if your keel fell off hundreds of miles from the coast, you can rest in your bunk secure in the knowledge that with a Kraken Yacht that can never happen.”
www.krakenyachts.com

Entry to the Land Displays is free at London On-Water 2017 and £5 to visit the Marina Pontoons, a proportion of which is given to support the Show charities.

London On-Water 2017
8th – 11th June 2017
St Katharine Docks 
London E1


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