Magnum Marine unveils eco friendly luxurious Magnum 100′ yacht


Magnum Marine has unveiled its largest yacht, the Magnum 100′ model, which is expected to be ready for delivery by 2012. The styling credit goes to Italian designer, Alberto Mancini, who has given this yacht an entirely different yet luxurious look. The luxurious yacht will strike the right chord with green lovers as it has been designed by Magnum to be eco friendly. The vessel is built in advanced composite foams and carbon fiber, allowing critical HP to weight ratios to be met with lower power, and also making the vessel structure more rigid and more efficient. Magnum has installed surface drives which not only reduce fuel consumption but also increase top speed. Furthermore, the luxury yacht will feature an electric “harbor” drive which is an electric wing engine for slow speed operation that runs virtually silent and smoke free.

READ:  Limited edition 2015 Ford Mustang celebrates the 50th anniversary of the original pony


The Magnum 100′ features different seating, dining and viewing areas, with an expandable top that offers various movable shaded areas. Even the interiors of this yacht have been designed with the motive of saving energy without compromising on luxury. The Interior LED and fluorescent lighting increases efficiency and decreases interior heat load. The yacht will feature four double and very large staterooms, heads, reception and salon areas and as well as crew cabins. The customers will also have the choice of customizing the yacht according to his/her needs.
The most perfect yacht for the future, the Magnum 100’ promises to rule the waters for a long time.
Magnum_100_2.jpg
Magnum_100_3.jpg
[SuperYachtTimes]

READ:  BMW 740Ld xDrive the first diesel-powered 7 Series arrives to the United States