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Aston Martin AM37 powerboat makes its world debut

The 37-foot Aston Martin AM37 powerboat made its world debut at the Monaco Yacht Show, marking the luxury British brand’s entry into the nautical world.

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In the best tradition of the Aston Martin cars made famous by their mutli-features when provided as the transport for Bond . . . James Bond.

The AM37 is a day cruiser that can be transformed into an overnight berth by transforming the table into a comfortable bed. The cabin is well appointed with mood lighting and air-conditioning.

The new day-cruiser is offered in two versions with the AM37S expected to reach speeds of 50 knots.

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Sliding deck technology allows owners to cover the cockpit of the boat completely at the touch of a button.

The three lightweight carbon panels, operated by the AM37 key, fold under the aft deck when the cockpit is uncovered.

At the helm, the AM37’s carbon fibre dashboard echoes styling elements from Aston Martin’s most advanced sports cars. It includes fine leather with functional features, such as the steering wheel, throttle handles and joystick in polished metals.

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With a refrigerator, microwave oven and coffee machine - and a lavatory on board, absolute comfort is guaranteed. Crafted from the finest leathers, elegantly laid out rear seating is available for up to eight people.

The boat’s navigation, control monitor and entertainment systems are all integrated, with advanced multimedia functions.

An electro-hydraulic carbon fibre bimini top is stowed under the engine hatch when not in use and, extending from the aft deck, a swim platform allows for easy access to the water.

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The 37-foot model is available in two versions - the AM37 with an estimated top speed of 45 knots and a choice of two 370 hp Mercury diesel or two 430 hp Mercury petrol engines. And the AM37S version with an estimated 50 knots derived from its twin 520 hp Mercury petrol engines.

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30 September 2016 21:54 GMT


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