The newest flagship for Technohull’s tender line is, if you’ll pardon the pun, making waves. One of the seven Omega 47 tenders already sold is in Miami. That, and the rest of the deliveries in the Med, can reportedly hit upwards of 80 knots.
High performance is a hallmark for Technohull. The Greek builder says scale-model tests of the 38 Grand Sport tender, for example, proved it could hit 103 mph. Of course, the new Omega offers engine options for performance control, like a pair of the brand-new 600-hp Mercury Verado outboards. Alternately, you can choose up to four 450-hp Mercury Racing outboards, or diesel inboards. Whatever you choose, the tender needs to be stable and handle well, too. To address this, Technohull created a twin-stepped hull, which further should see 10 to 15 percent better fuel efficiency than its previous designs.
The 45’3” (13.8-meter) Omega 47 offers flexibility in its on-deck design as well. For example, sun worshippers can request extra sunpads. A cocktail table makes sundowners at sunset convenient. The forward pad and seat can get covered with an optional bimini if you wish, on custom carbon fiber poles. Additional helm seating is yet another choice. Regardless of extra seating or sunpads, Technohull lets you select the color of the leather for the seating, including the aft guest settee. (And yes, this settee converts to a sunpad, with a fill-in cushion.)
While you get a wetbar as standard equipment, you can further request a cooktop and even an espresso machine. Even more comforts are inside the cozy cabin. With an 11’8” (3.6-meter) beam, the Omega 47 tender has a double V berth and full head. The builder even thought enough to include stowage, for extra towels or changes of clothes.
After you tailor your Omega 47 to your tastes, it seems the only thing left to do is invite 11 people to join you, and crank up the tunes from the Fusion Apollo marine audio.