The brand NEW FUGU 29 is officially here in the UK and Salterns Brokerage did a walk-around at the Southampton Boat Show.


We attended the Southampton International Boat Show 2021 and had this awesome powerboat on our stand throughout the 10 day event. Salterns Brokerage did a walk-around of the boat to show you it’s best and most admirable features. This was the first opportunity for people to see this boat in the UK since it arrived to us, just one week before the boat show. This boat has incredible power and really catches the eye.


More about FUGU 29:

With FUGU 29 you can cruise at 40 knots with a fuel consumption less than 1 l/nm. This is half the consumption of many boats fitted with twin outboards. You can cross open seas with less effort and without having to worry about fuel costs and impact of your environmental footprint.  The FUGU inboard engine has many benefits with significantly lower noise, a lower centre of gravity, a given sunbed area, a real bathing platform and lower insurance cost is some of the advantages. Through knowledge and craftsmanship FUGU are committed to building the best boats of today and tomorrow. With FUGU 29 traditional craftsmanship is combined with the latest technological innovations and materials to produce something new and exciting.

Watch the full walk-around video by clicking here. You can also watch it’s first ever UK Sea Trial by clicking here.

The History of Salterns Marina – Our history and heritage dates back well over 200 years with the name ‘Saltern’s’ originating from when the area was active in salt-making. Between 1943-48 the site was used as the Flying Boat Headquarters and was Britain’s only active Airport. The term airport originates from sites such as Salterns where sea planes would land from the ‘Air’ into a ‘Port’. These traditions may have evolved but Salterns still stands for exceptional standards and trailblazing engineering. By the 1970’s the old quay and pontoons were transformed into a luxury Marina for yachts and motorboats – all of which you see today and offers our Berth Holders and visitors panoramic views over Brownsea Island and the sandbanks peninsula.