The new Fiart 43 Seawalker is a pure Med Boat: one of those boats for the Mediterranean that is both a mega tender and a “classic” motorboat. With its 13.84 meters, it has an average length that is in great demand on the current market. The new Fiart draws its inspiration from the Seawalker 33, a highly appreciated model and forerunner of many current trends.
13.84 m long by 3.99 wide has a modular deck design. With a walkaround setting, it is designed to be lived mainly on deck where we find a large bow sundeck, which starts from under the central windscreen to a bow cockpit sketch with a seat. All around the walkaround walkway. In front of the helm console, there are three seats with the floor with a kitchen/fridge area behind it, depending on what the owner wants.
Noteworthy is the stern platform: equipped with double access from the cockpit, it can be up to 1.20 m long. Thanks to an electro-hydraulic system it can be moved, facilitating access to the sea for guests and toys on board.
The hi-tech console
An NMEA 2000 network has been installed onboard the new Fiart. What does this mean? It means that through Garmin touch screen displays you can get information about the thrusters, boat performance, course, depth, etc.. With this instrument you can monitor and manage the entire boat and the options installed onboard, from the desalinator to the gyroscopic stabilizer.
A walkaround to be lived on deck, but with a very liveable interior. Fiart’s designers have succeeded in ambitious results: the aft cabin of the Seawalker 43 is 1.80 m high. Aft cabins on similar boats are normally no taller than 1.50 m and therefore only as a bed. Below deck, there are two cabins: one forward with a double bed, the other with twin beds side by side. Both are served by a bathroom with a separate shower cubicle.
Instead of the aft cabin there is a version of the Seawalker 43 with interior dinette, which can be converted into a bed. Another version also includes a storage room, an interesting configuration for those owners who want to use the Seawalker 43 as a superyacht support unit.
The design of the Fiart Seawalker has been realized with CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) studies to optimize the performance of the hull. The “V” hull is designed to work with Volvo propulsion. The boat is offered with IPS or inboard. The designers then focused on lowering the boat’s center of gravity to make the Fiart Seawalker 43 less sensitive to roll motions and therefore stable both at sea and when stationary.
The Fiart Seawalker 43 has up to six Volvo Penta configurations available with speeds between 36 and 42 knots.
Specifications Fiart 43 Seawalker