This gorgeous 26’ Hacker-Craft Racer will be at the entrance to the event.
A 26’ custom built Hacker-Craft Racer will be at the Luxury Review
in New York City on May 14.
Famed naval architect and Hacker-Craft founder John L. Hacker wanted to encourage racing by designing a boat that could be built by sporting enthusiasts. In 1923 he published the design of this boat in Motor Boating magazine for the public to make use of in building their own Racers.
The Altman Building, 135 W 18th Street (between 6th and 7th avenues),
New York, New York.
Press & media only, 4pm – 6pm; VIP guests & clients: 6pm – 9pm.
In addition to the Hacker-Craft Racer, new luxury car models will be unveiled at the event: the Aston Martin V12 Vantage S, McLaren 650S and Ducati 1200 Motorcycle.
Lake George, NY - based Hacker Boat Company is the largest American manufacturer of classic mahogany motorboats. Each Hacker-Craft is hand built by master boat building craftsmen who labor over 1500 hours to build every boat. The company builds runabouts, sport boats, racers, yacht tenders, launches and utilities from 24 to 35 feet in length. The company also makes custom designed boats. Since the 1930s Hacker-Crafts have been hailed as the “Steinway of Runabouts®” and were named by “Forbes Magazine FYI” as being "50 of America's Best" products.
The Luxury Review is an exclusive press showcase & ultimate shopping experience displaying the latest in luxury products & services. The invited attendees for this event include members of the press & media industry, editors, product analysts, studio executives, product integration & product placement professionals, tv/film producers, personal shoppers, stylists and affluent consumers.