Beautiful, vintage but with a contemporary design, Frauscher motorboats are solid boats with a great personality. “Made in Austria”, they are characterised by a high build quality and perfect finishings. After all, we’re talking about top-level boats able to venture and propose something really innovative.
They will be at the next autumn boat shows: in Cannes ( September 6th-11th) and Genoa (September 20th-25th).
In particular, Cannes Yachting Festival will host Frauscher 1414 Demon, in a dark-grey version pushed by Mercruiser BJ 2016 engines, Frauscher 1017 GT, in a white version with 350 MAG BJ 2016 engines and 1017 Lido, white with 350 MAG bj 2015 engines ( dark-grey Frauscher 858 Fantom and silver-grey Frauscher Mirage with 350 Mag engine haven’t been confirmed yet).
In Genoa, Cantiere Nautico Feltrinelli, exclusive Frauscher importer in Italy, will make available for sea trials 1414 Demon, with 2 Volvo Penta TD D6 engines, and white 1017 Lido, pushed by 2 Mercruiser 5.7 MAG MPI motors. The presence of 747 Mirage Air in pavilion B hasn’t been confirmed yet.
Frauscher 1414 Demon is a 14-metre-long motorboat. She’s the largest model built by the yard, with neither pulpit nor handrail, provided with an innovative windshield and a “car” driver’s desk.
Very powerful, she has two 400 Hp/520 HP engines. Below deck, no lateral windows but a long row of deck hatches on the deckhouse and a large open space with living zone, kitchen and a “hidden” astern cabin.
Frauscher 1017 GT is a fast high-performance motorboat. She was the first boat of the yard with a small cabin, a sort of shelter below deck. The bottom has a double step, an EFB transmission system and an overall weight of just 3.300 kg. She can be provided with two 300/430 Hp engines.
Frauscher 1017 Lido is an open walkaround with a central driving console hiding a small wc. Bottom and engines are the same than 1017 GT. The boat is a “gentleman racer”, not big but refined, ideal for short trips. The fore sunbathing area is convertible, while the astern one has two sunbeds.