More details of Aston Martin powerboat revealed

Motorboat & Yachting: The Aston Martin powerboat by Quintessence Yachts will feature a convertible roof and an espresso machine that can be controlled remotely.

 

Quintessence Yachts has ratcheted up the hype around its impending Aston Martin powerboat by releasing a few more tantalizing details.

The AM37 was announced at a press preview event in April, when initial details were thin on the ground. However, with the Aston Martin powerboat’s Monaco Boat Show debut fast approaching, the specifics are starting to come out.

First renders showed the boat to be a 37ft open powerboat model, but it turns out that these first snaps only told half of the story.

Quintessence Yachts will be fitting the AM37 with a sliding carbon-fibre deck cover, which allows owners to protect the interior from the elements without the inelegant hassle of canvas and elastic. As the renders above show, this will cover both helm seats and the C-shaped seating area in the aft of the cockpit.

Further features confirmed at Quintessence Yachts’s latest press conference in Dubai include a bimini top, swimming ladder, and 15-inch touchscreen multimedia and entertainment system.

And for those looking for a true turn-key experience, the Aston Martin powerboat will also come with a remote control system that allows you to set the air conditioning, get the fridge chilling and start the espresso brewing before you even leave your house.

More tantalising details are due to be revealed over the next few months, ahead of the finished article hitting the water in September. Watch this space.

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