Claydon Reeves Aeroboat Is Inspired by The Spitfire WW II Fighter Plane

Claydon Reeves Aeroboat is an elegant and luxurious speedboat inspired by the Spitfire WW II fighter plane. It reminds you of the thrill of flying while staying on water. This 48-foot boat features Rolls-Royce engine at its heart, it’s as superyacht at the cost of £3-million. It’s been designed and developed with the same speed and sophisticated elegance of the Rolls Royce and of course, it has the characteristic of the Spitfire.

The company claims that Aeroboat is one of the fastest and most elegant small yachts ever produced. It’s perfect for billionaire to want to have a breakfast in St. Tropez, lunch in Antibes, and dine at night in Monaco. The overall exterior design is based on the iconic British Spitfire aircraft, supercharged with Merlin V12 engine, bespoke gearbox, and final drive, this boat is capable to achieve speeds over 50 knots.

Designer : Claydon Reeves

Claydon Reeves Aeroboat

Claydon Reeves Aeroboat

The interior of Claydon Reeves Aeroboat is based on a sports car design, you probably notice it from the leather stitching and wooden dashboard. The helmsman combines the traditional analogue gauges for basic functions with touchscreen navigational systems, you can also find a joystick throttle. You can invite up to 6 guests on this boat. Below the deck, the forward cabin offers a double bed and a small bathroom.

Claydon Reeves Aeroboat

Claydon Reeves Aeroboat

Claydon Reeves Aeroboat

Claydon Reeves Aeroboat

Claydon Reeves Aeroboat

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stephen russell says: August 6, 2014

Love this, Id charter this ( Miami & Hawaii) big time
Id install raked fwd windshield alone
wind deflecters
aft cabinspace tween cockpit & engine
& fwd cabin & storage space alone
& azipod engines with 360 arc radius.

Produce this for demos in Miami, Monaco & Hawaii, Australia, USVI







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