Newport Boat Show: What's Hot

Check out some of our favorite new boats that we saw at the Newport International Boat Show.

The Newport International Boat Show showcased some of the best new boats of the year, from new high performance dinghies to the foiling G4 and everything in between. Take a look at some of our favorite boats that we had the chance to get on board and check out.

The winner of the Best New Sailboat Under 30' in this year's Newport for New Products: the Fareast 28RBenjamin Meyers/Sailing World
The 28R sports a slick inverted bow to help cut through waves.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World
At just 28 feet, the 28R is easy to trailer with a lifting keel.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World
Fareast Yachts carries on the pedigree on fast and fun sportboats with their new mid-range 28R.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World
Sporty lines and a simple layout make sailing the 28R as easy as it is fast.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World
While the inverted bows on the Gunboat G4 will help cut through waves, we'd much rather spend our time with them flying above the water on foils.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World
The G4 Timbalero 3 sports the motto "3 times as fast," and it delivers.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World
With enough room to sleep 4 and room to seat many more, the G4 makes for a comfortable spot to entertain after a day of racing.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World
All carbon everything. It's not just the foils that are carbon on the G4, the super lightweight construction is optimized for speed.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World
The Zim 15 offers a new stepping stone for youth sailors looking to make the transition from one-design dinghies to more complex race boats.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World
The Zim 15 is targeted at young sailors offering a more affordable and versatile boat than the slow keelboats and expensive, high end one-design racers many sailors move into after college sailing.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World
With just 2 hulls in the US, the HH42 has made waves in the local Newport circuit taking home victories in both PHRF and IRC classes.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World
No expense was spared in the design of the HH42 to create a high-performance racer that rates well under just about any system.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World
Weight is key on the HH42, the hull is designed to offer extra stability in order to reduce the overall displacement by 500 kg compared to similar IRCs.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World
The HH42 is designed to be ultra-light. Everywhere you look on board you will find carbon fiber.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World
The HH42, though not ideal for offshore racing, does sport several bunks below deck.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World
The HH42 excels at coastal racing with a simple and barebones layout below deck.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World
The HH42 has been in the US only a short time, but has already collected wins in both IRC and PHRF in New England.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World
The Corsair Pulse 600 offers the thrills and speed of larger multihulls in a small, easy to trailer package.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World
The Pulse 600 easily unfolds for a day of sailing and can be launched and ready to sail in no time at all.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World
The lightweight construction and strong sailplan ensure that even in the lightest winds, the Pulse 600 will cruise.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World
A crowd favorite at the Newport Boat Show, the new Bermuda 50 introduces a new age of Hinckley design that strays from their signature classic lines.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World
Watermark, on display at the Boat Show, is hull number two and is tailored to racing to Bermuda, living up to the name.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World
So far two Bermuda 50's have been produced, with hull number one customized for cruising.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World
Hull number one is currently residing at the Hinckley yard in Maine, but is expected to head south soon to reveal the cruising model.Benjamin Meyers/Sailing World