the hull of blue martin's evo 43 speedboat expands in size with push of a button the hull of blue martin's evo 43 speedboat expands in size with push of a button
dec 10, 2015

the hull of blue martin's evo 43 speedboat expands in size with push of a button

the hull of blue martin’s evo 43 speedboat expands in size with push of a button
all images courtesy of blue martin yachts 

 

 

 

 

blu martin yachts and marine design studio tecnico rivelini presents their latest robust and modular boat – the ‘evo 43’. lightweight and easy to steer, it’s 13 meters long hull is shaped to be remarkably fast, reaching speeds of up to 68 km/h from two 320kW volvo engines. using infusion structural techniques to avoid defects and extensive nautical design software to perform an array of simulations, the engineers managed to save 20% of the weight needed for the ‘evo 43’. 

blu-martin-yachts-evo-43-expanding-yacht-designboom-02blue martin ‘evo 43’ expanding hull

 

 

 

the most thrilling feature of the vessel is the rear platform expansion. it features expandable wings which added 40 percent more surface area to accommodate more passengers. the deck also includes built in deckchairs and a diving platform that extends into the sea. the interior of the ‘evo 43’ has the possibility for different custom configurations which include a double cabin with closets, a bathroom and a dining area. 

blu-martin-yachts-evo-43-expanding-yacht-designboom-03the staircase extends into the sea for ascending and descending  blu-martin-yachts-evo-43-expanding-yacht-designboom-04the panels add 40% more surface area blu-martin-yachts-evo-43-expanding-yacht-designboom-05the steering console follows the same color themes of the motorboat  blu-martin-yachts-evo-43-expanding-yacht-designboom-06the expansion also helps with different sized docks and piers  blu-martin-yachts-evo-43-expanding-yacht-designboom-07the interior dining area with lower table

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