Frauscher 1414 Demon T-Top

Frauscher 1414 Demon, a new exemplar with T-Top arrives at 70 Knots speed

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There are no doubt that the Frauscher are at present, the modern icon of the design and marine skill. After the limited construction of boats as the jewels 1017 GT and the 1414 Demon. We have seen that they constructed them in such a limited quantity, that our mind boggles, for example, the one presented at Dusseldorf, signed by Thomas Rath, only seven boats have been constructed.

The Frauscher 1017 Lido in limited edition Thomas Rath
The Frauscher 1017 Lido in limited edition Thomas Rath

The Austrian shipyard had already used us to extremely high expectations   regarding their products (please check the tests and verify), but seeing them running in the sea at 70 knots, it is really quite astonishing, and  they did it.

The tests performed few days ago on the 1414 Demon, specifically constructed for a  fussy costumer, had registered the amazing speed of 67 knots, gaining for this boat the  title of  “The fastest Frauscher boat ever constructed”.

Frauscher 1414 Demon T-Top
The Frauscher 1414 Demon while he is flying on the sea at 67 knots speed (Photo by Ralph Fiscbacher)

The fantastic model 1414 Demon is powered by two Mercury Racing bi-turbo of 9 liters and 8 cylinders that supply a power of 1.100 HP each. They allow overrunning the 36 knots in normal version with only 800HP to the over mentioned record speed.

But it does not end here, because  the Frauscher we are talking about , has installed an undiscovered  ( and wonderful) T-Top music station, equipped by  the electronic last generation Raymarine and a high-fidelity  audio system of JL, along with the installation of 25 speakers, unable the musical power of this boat to touch 6.000 watt.

The  remarkable creativities and innovations of this Frauscher, have been notices by the Institutions  since, the last 12 June , the Austrian Government priced this shipyard with the “Marketing  State Award “, the most prestigious price for the sustainable  initiative of marketing. A Jury formed by 15 experts have motivated their decision on the results achieved in a long period and achieving the goal of bringing the mark to the attention of the world.

Stefan and Michael Frauscher are the third generation of a family that, on the last 90 years, managed the company until turning her into “the ship-yard more innovative in Europe run by a family”.

At this point, we only look forward to ask to Cantiere Nautico Feltrinelli, Italian importer and distributor of Frauscher, to let us try this outstanding boat since we suffer of abstinence of Frauschers.

Frauscher 1414 Demon
The Frauscher 1414 Demon in white dress.

 

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