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BLACK OR WHITE? THE TWO FACES OF THE DEMON

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A boat which has made the news in the last few months is the last Frauscher’s creation: Demon 1414. Presented for the first time at the Boat Show of Düsseldorf last January and tested by us last April, she has astonished everybody for her innovative design, both on and below the deck, by Gerard Kiska (Kiska Design)

 

1414 Demon_running black hull (5)

She’s a brave innovative 14-metre-boat ensuring high construction standards and a special care of every detail. A not-for-all boat, also because of her price (from 624,000 Euros, VAT excluded) but which has already convinced five shipowners in Europe. Born in a white version, it can, of course, be produced in any colour. Below, we provide the first images of the black version we find extremely elegant.
1414 Demon_running black hull (4)

Demon 1414 – Technical file

Length 13.90 m
Max beam 3.90 m
Dry weight. 10,000 kg
Draught1.1 m / 0.8 m
Engines used in the sea trial: 2 x Volvo Penta D6 400 HP , EFB diesel
Other engines available: 2 x Mercruiser 8.2 MAG 430 HP, 2 x Mercruiser Racing 8.6 DTS 520 HP
Fuel Tank Capacity 1,200 l
Water Tank Capacity 107 l
Sewage Tank 95 l
People capacity 12
Design KISKA, Gerard Kiska
Project Harry Miesbauer
Development Thomas Gerzer
Price: from € 624.000, VAT excluded (with 2 x 2 x Mercruiser 430 HP engines)
Italian importer: Cantiere Nautico Feltrinelli Via della Libertà, 59, – Gargnano de Garda (BS), tel +39 036571240, info.nautica@nauticafeltrinelli.it,  www.nauticafeltrinelli.it

 

Demon 1414 – Numbers

revol/min Speed(kn)  Consumption(l/h)
600 1,2 1,2
1000 6,1 6,4
1500 9,4 24
2000 15,2 60
2500 22,8 78
3000 31,1 112
3500 35,7 152

1414 Demon_running black hull (1)

 

1414 Demon_running black hull (3)

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