Bolide, the world’s fastest 24m open (up to 70 knots), is on its way


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Bolide – Victory Marine

Bolide is Victory Design ‘s latest project and aims to be the world’s fastest open in its category. Also because a 24-meter 70-knot boat is not encountered every day.

Bolide – Victory Marine

Brunello Acampora’s Victory Marine design studio is an institution in the world of fast boats. This time, however, the project the studio is working on is something absolutely revolutionary. This 24-meter open aims to be the fastest in the world with 70 knots of top speed. Bolide actually presents itself as the first true Hyper Muscle Yacht, HMY. The goal? Be the fastest and biggest, but at the same time the lightest.

Bolide Victory Marine

A very limited production run to satisfy a few owners looking for an absolutely unique boat. Bolide is engineered to fit two to four 2,000-horsepower engines. How best to channel them? It is clear that to control and make the most of this power in the water requires a proper transmission package. Those chosen are Genesis FlexiDrives with independent high-dihedral titanium rudders, all managed by intelligent control. Performance is certainly a focus, but the reality is that this yacht represents the link between speed and extreme luxury.

Bolide, the 70-knot open

The structure is made entirely of carbon fiber and rests on a Super V Victory hull, with two steps in the hull. Thanks to the lightness of the hull, Bolide not only has massive acceleration and a top speed of more than 70 knots, but also an all around low fuel consumption. How is this possible? Due to the maximally optimized water lines and overall lightness of the boat.

Bolide Victory Marine

Below deck there can be up to three cabins. Bolide’s interior is designed to convey lightness, strength, style and quality. That is why the structural elements are not hidden, but are part of the sporty look even under the deck. The goal is to keep the cabin interior light, yet luxurious.

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