Aeroboat, a quintessential British brand dedicated to handcrafting an advanced and majestic line of yachts powered by Rolls-Royce, in conjunction with a strong design by Claydon Reeves and naval architecture by BMT Nigel GeeStyle, revealed the 65-feet Rolls-Royce Aeroboat S6 concept.
Aeroboat S6 combines elegant outdoor living, easy access to the water’s edge, and the thrill of high-performance cruising in a yacht underpinned by exemplary naval architecture and engineering. The boat has a completely open Teardrop Cockpit and features carefully considered space above and below deck. A grand cabin with expansive windows can double as a master suite. The shower room, dayhead and galley are of a size more commonly found on larger yachts, while the main passageway provides access to a second cabin and a tender garage that can house a 3.8m tender or a couple of Jetskis.
Depending on the specification (a hardtop, fixed bimini or open cockpit), guests of the vessel can enjoy al fresco dining amidships, with sun loungers located either side of the wide passageway leading aft to the passerelle. When deployed, it connects to the Aerostairs, an extendable swim platform the width of the transom that can be raised for boarding and lowered to act as a beach club ladder.
As performance is the key, Aeroboat has chosen Rolls-Royce as its main supplier to ensure nothing but the best in performance and reliability is achieved. The S6 is powered by two MTU V10 2000 M96 engines, part of the Rolls-Royce series. From the engines to the waterjet propulsion and into every system on board, the boat is controlled and powered by Rolls-Royce.
Image courtesy of www.aeroboat.co.uk
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