Revolver Boats has announced they are ready to launch the Revolver 44GT. The core concept underlying the boat is the idea of transferring the qualities of a grand touring car to the sea. The result is an elite, high performance vessel with sporty lines, comfort and safety, and an optimal range for long crossings.
Distinctive features include deployable rear air vents and the bow with original LED lights built into the protective and powerful fender rail that defines the profile. Exteriors are by Italian designer Alberto Mancini of AM Yacht Design, with interiors by Michael Peters of Michael Peters Yacht Design.
The interior layout focuses on the large central structure that houses the control panel and helm station. The ergonomic central console between them houses the control panel, including large, latest-generation Garmin touch screens for navigation. The helm station has an integrated dual monitoring system for greater security that also interfaces with the navigation screens. Below deck, in the bow, there is a large perimeter sofa that can be converted into a double bed by folding down the table, as well as a kitchen and minibar.
The hull, roof, and all the structural elements are vacuum molded. The resin is vinyl ester; the lamination is a sandwich of Corecell with E-glass biaxial glass-fiber fabric, and stiffeners are placed along the major structural members with unidirectional and multi-axial carbon fabric. Equipped with two diesel Cummins 550 HP engines each paired with Arneson Surface Drives, Revolver 44GT can easily exceed a maximum speed of 50 knots in total comfort and safety.