The new grand tourer of the sea

The new grand tourer of the sea

The core concept underlying the new Revolver 44GT 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 an optimal range for long crossings.
All of this has been made possible by the technical choices made by the Revolver technical team, starting with the two Cummins diesel 550 HP engines paired with Arneson Surface Drives.
The GT has distinctive features throughout including the deployable rear air vents reminiscent of high-end cars from the 1960s and the bow with original LED lights built into the protective and powerful fender rail that defines the profile.
The exteriors are by Italian designer Alberto Mancini.
The interiors are by Michael Peters and represent an evolution over the 42R, introducing new stylistic elements to ensure the Revolver 44GT is even more innovative and cutting edge. Mancini wanted to emphasize that unmistakable dynamic quality, referencing car design in the exterior lines as well as interior detailing.
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. A surprising feature is the spacious bathroom with rain shower with unusually high ceilings for this class of boat.
The sporty look is perfectly mirrored by the high performance of this grand tourer of the sea.
Revolver 44GT can easily exceed a maximum speed of 50 knots in total comfort and safety.

29/06/2014