The new Fiart 43 Seawalker of Fiart Mare has been launched in Baia, in the province of Naples. With its 13.84 meters, the new Fiart Seawalker reinterprets a lucky model like the Fiart 33 Seawalker, with which it shares the DNA of a motorboat perfect for the Mediterranean.
The launch of the new Fiart boat took place at the inside of the historical headquarters from which thousands of boats have passed over time, produced in about 60 years of activity.
Fast cruise or day cruiser? Both, this is the secret of Mediterranean boats. The new 43 Fiart is a boat designed to have a walkaround deck design. This section of the boat is characterized by a modular design. Below deck, on the other hand, offers two real separate cabins: forward with double bed, aft with twin beds side by side, both served by a large bathroom with a separate shower.
Fiart Mare 43 Seawalker was taken by a French shipowner. The intermediary was the OMV Yachting Group, a society operating on the French Riviera with two locations: one Port Grimaud and one Saint-Tropez. The shipyard was able to meet the customer’s needs for customization.
For this first boat was chosen a cockpit characterized by an interesting layout. This boat includes, in addition to a large sundeck, a sofa, and two mobile tables, able to make the spaces more versatile. Among the optional extras on the first Fiart 43 Seawalker, there is also the large aft dashboard with an electro-hydraulic system. This makes easier the access to the sea, facilitates the launching and hauling of the tender on board.
There are six configurations available in terms of propulsion and motorization – three with Volvo Penta, D4 and D6 stern feet, and three with Volvo Penta IPS 500, 600, and 650 series. The owner of the first Fiart 43 Seawalker opted for IPS 600.