The Aeroboat back view

The Aeroboat really is an aeroboat – seemingly flying over the water with force. This is, in part, thanks to the exterior design of clean, flowing lines that was inspired by the iconic British aircraft from World War II: the Spitfire. The Aeroboat back view The original Rolls Royce Merlin, a supercharged V12 engine, generates a maximum speed of 50 knots        Image   The young design team from Claydon Reeves is “determined to revolutionise yacht design”, having introduced several fresh ideas into the market in their mere two years of existence. Limited to ten units, the Aeroboat was introduced at a recent launch in London. This fast, good-looking craft can be used as a superyacht tender to shuttle guests, or as a speedy runabout for those who enjoy flitting from one location to the next during the day – be it breakfast in Porto Venere or searching for a relaxing swimming spot at a secluded beach. As the Aeroboat has already been fully engineered, once a contract is signed on the dotted line, the boat is ready to be built. Solent-based yachting specialists Green Marine, known for constructing some of the best carbon racing yachts in the world, spearhead the building process of the Aeroboat, while the famous Laurent Giles studio is responsible for the naval architecture. The original Rolls-Royce Merlin, a supercharged V12 engine that generates a maximum speed of 50 knots, is at the heart of the design, while the combination of innovative material-of-the-moment carbon with the old-school wood veneer makes for an interesting contrast.<a href=";白檀は行く……
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