> 1800 hp
Whoever sees this object pass by, is left in awe.
The NOVAMARINE philosophy on this measure finds great surfaces where it can apply its ideas to respond to the owner’s demands and create multiple solutions for them. In this model, the vehicle’s traits of seaworthiness and velocity merge together to experience the sea in a special way, where the areas of conviviality and relax, both on deck and under deck, are studied to grant maximal comfort. The hull of the BS 160 allows to take long-distance journeys and to enjoy ravines of the coast with very low sea-beds pushing the bow to the sand, thanks to its limited draught. The outboard version, with its more powerful propellers, is able to enhance performances of velocity and seaworthiness.
The inboard version, on the contrary, enhances the relationship with the sea through its spacious surfaces on aft, preserving its security and seaworthiness.
The deck provides more areas destined to conviviality. The dinette zone, under the large roof covering all its surface, presents wide furniture that responds to any demands on deck, with a fridge, sink, kitchen and stowage. The dinette itself can be equipped with a table to serve a great number of guests. The bow is an enormous surface for relax that can be converted into a large circular sofa or an enormous deckchair or lunch area, and is completely covered by a parasol to ensure its guests unique comfort. Below deck, there is an additional dinette, convertible into a bed, combined with a toilet with separate shower and furniture that is equipped with fridge, sink and kitchen. This bright environment presents an enjoyable natural ventilation or air conditioning that makes the stay ideal.
The floors of the deck, at a height close to the waterline, are combined with access to the sea granted by passages on the sides and aft. This vehicle, a concentrate of unique features, offers confidence and reliability to whomever uses and controls it from the equipped and dominant steering control. It is reliable and simple also for the less experienced, as it is easy to manage in the open seas as well as when manoeuvring in port.