Aeroboat unveils 65-foot express yacht

The Claydon Reeves design studio in the United Kingdom unveiled the Aeroboat S6.
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The Aeroboat S6 is powered by twin MTU V12 2000 M96 diesel engines.

The Aeroboat S6 is powered by twin MTU V12 2000 M96 diesel engines.

The Claydon Reeves design studio in the United Kingdom unveiled the Aeroboat S6, a 65-foot express yacht that is available with a hardtop, a fixed bimini or an open cockpit.

Aeroboat said there are sun lounges on each side of the passageway that leads to the aft swim platform. The uniquely designed stern has adjustable “Aerostairs” that span the width of the transom. They can be used to extend the swim platform, rise to meet with the gangway or lower beneath the surface for access to the water.

Below deck, the S6 has a forward cabin that can be used as a guest area or transformed into a master suite. Aeroboat said there is a shower room, a day head and a galley, and the passageway provides access to a second cabin and a stern garage that can accommodate a 12-foot, 6-inch tender.

The S6 is powered by a pair of MTU V12 2000 M96 diesels that are rated at 1,800 hp each.

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