The levels of control and power! What else to expect from a vessel powered by Rolls-Royce. So, no wonder why London design studio Claydon Reeves has selected Rolls-Royce power and propulsion for its new Aeroboat yacht project, which will see a range of luxurious models offered between 55 and 100 feet-plus. One of the most anticipated designs in the range is the Aeroboat S6, a 65ft yacht with carefully considered space above and below deck.
A grand cabin forward with expansive windows offers a generous space for guests to enjoy and can easily be transformed into a master suite, with a second cabin located amidships.
Many of the yacht’s features are of a size more commonly found on larger yachts, including a tender garage that can house a 3.8m tender or a couple of jet skis.
At the heart of the S6 will be a pair of MTU V10 2000 M96 engines, which meet current emission regulations while offering outstanding acceleration and low fuel consumption.
The inclusion of Rolls-Royce joystick controls ensures easy and accurate manoeuvrability when navigating in port or alongside other vessels.
Fellow partner James Claydon added: “The positive reception from the market to the first Aeroboat spurred us on to develop the project into a new brand and line of yachts.
Each aluminium and carbon built yacht shares the same DNA and form language, and is adorned with user-focused features to deliver an unparalleled experience.”