Frauscher 747 Mirage

Frauscher 747 Mirage

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Frauscher 747 Mirage side view

Resembling something out of a Bond movie, the 747 Mirage is the newest day cruiser by Austrian builder, Frauscher Boats. Designed by studio KISKA and developed alongside hydrodynamic expert Harry Miesbauer, the 747 Mirage evokes the raw energy of a sports car. Its stealth-fighter looks aren’t just for show; the 747 Mirage achieves a top speed of 56 knots with 220-430-hp engines—an optional bow thruster gives the 747 Mirage precision handling at any speed. Marine-certified electronic entertainment is supplied by Clarion, Bose or Fusion Electronics. A chiller drawer underneath the seat stores refreshments. All trimming is made of V4A stainless steel, while the bow is gel-coated for enduring color. The 747 Mirage is available for tests and sea trials at the Yachting Festival in Cannes, France, September 9-14 and then will be displayed at the Genoa Boat Show October 1-6. frauscherboats.com/en

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Southern Boating September 2014