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Frauscher New 747 Mirage Debuts at the Cannes and Genoa Boat Show

Once again Frauscher is opening the International Boat Show season with an innovation. Following an exclusive premiere hosted by Cantiere Nautico Feltrinelli (Frauscher importer in Italy) in June 2014 on Lake Garda, the new stylish day cruiser from the Austrian Shipyard is now ready for her official launch at the international market. Austrian tender specialist’s new 747 Mirage will debut at the at the Cannes and Genoa Exhibition.

Frauscher New 747 Mirage Debuts at the Cannes and Genoa Boat Show
Frauscher’s 747 Mirage

For the 747 Mirage, Harry Miesbauer was in charge of the hydrodynamics, while the boat was developed with cooperation from renowned Austrian automotive designer Gerald Kiska, who has worked with car companies such as Bugatti. The result is boat’s unique and unforgettable style, managing to perfectly balance elements from Frauscher’s traditional design with new super-car inspired features. And the 747 Mirage‘s performance perfectly matches her looks, putting the possible top speed at almost 60 knots.

The 747 Mirage will be officially presented at the Yachting Festival, held from September 9th to the 14th in Cannes, while the following month, from October 1th to the 6th, she will be on display at the Genoa Boat Show. First deliveries are expected in early 2015 and prices start at 117,900 ($160,000).

Frauscher New 747 Mirage Debuts at the Cannes and Genoa Boat Show

Frauscher New 747 Mirage Debuts at the Cannes and Genoa Boat Show

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Written by Slamchica

Aleksandra Arsenovic graduated with a degree in economics and has a master degree in tourism. Since she worked as a travel agent, she has traveled around the world and developed an interest in luxurious hotels and exotic destinations. As a big fashion fan, Aleksandra loves expensive and luxury fashion items. As an editor of Extravaganzi she shares her knowledge about travels, fashion and accessories.

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