Extreme boat: design and power under Brabus style, but is not for car!


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The project is named The One of Twenty and is designed to celebrate the cooperation between two companies which have become an important reference point in their respective sectors: Axopar, the Finnish brand which manufactures open luxury motorboats and Brabus, the German automotive engineering company and car manufacturer, famous for its frequent collaborations with the Mercedes Group. The initiative is named after the 20 units of the new Axopar Brabus Shadow 800 which will be built and offered for sale at 400 thousand euros each, with the promise of a rich prolific future production.

This new model is based on the same waterlines and deck layout as the successful Axopar 37 Sun Top and is powered by twin Mercury Verado 400 R engines for a top speed of more than 50 knots and a fuel consumption estimated at 2.8 liters of fuel per nautical mile at 35-knot cruising speed. This perfect day cruiser features a cabin and a bathroom. Décor and materials are definitively limited edition.

Technical features

  • Loa: 11,40m;
  • B.max: 3,30;
  • Engine max power: 2×400 cv




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