Axopar 37

Sept 24, 2019

It’s been less than four years since the ground-breaking, Axopar 37 revolutionised the market for outboard-engine day-boats, sports-weekenders and cabin boats, by turning it completely on its head. 

With over 2000 Axopars produced to date, it’s unique concept has rapidly made Axopar one of the most globally recognised boat brands in its field.

By being fast & flexible to the demands of the boat-buying public demands, the company has wasted no time in launching a new successor to this greatly admired, multiple award-winning concept. 

In developing the new Axopar 37 we have spent the last four years interacting and listening closely to understand our customers’ needs. Following their suggestions, talking to them and gathering information about everything they would like to see improved on a new upcoming Axopar 37. 

The company has never been afraid to break with convention. The new boat, therefore, has a better ride, better comfort, better driving dynamics and a stiffer construction than ever before, alongside all the new industry firsts and creature comforts onboard.  We have basically enhanced everything that owners can see, touch and feel on their boats.  

Modern boat owners enjoy busy lives, free time being their most treasured commodity. Boaters want to maximise their experiences on the water during their free-time and there is a new demand to include other activities whilst spending time on the water. Axopar owners love to bring along with them a myriad of sports and lifestyle-orientated equipment, enjoying sports like fishing, water-skiing, windsurfing, paddle-boarding, kayaking, snorkelling, scuba-diving, hiking and mountain-biking, just to mention a few.

The Axopar 37 responds to this need by implementing new features such as a multi-storage compartment including a sundeck in the Open and Sun-Top versions, for holding large water-sports equipment. The Sun-Top and Cabin versions both benefit from a new roof-rack for transporting gear around.


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