The Superfly GTO 42 is Like a Ferrari of the Sea

Superfly GTO 42

Although it sounds like an Italian supercar, this vessel is actually a Nordic-built beauty. The brilliant team from Flying Flipper introduced the innovative and stylish Superfly GT 42 a few weeks ago, and we’re all in awe right now. Looking ridiculously cool from front to end, this thing displays a neatly divided layout, with an enclosed cockpit separating the forward galley and bathroom from the aft stateroom, which comes with a long center line skylight and transparent walls.

The Swedish boat builder also imagined a tall windshield over the sci-fi helm – with touch-screen consoles, and a single helm seat – and two lovely lounges at the rear, where passengers could chill out and socialize, while enjoying the ride of a lifetime. At the back, the open-transom design helps you access the water easily whenever you want to go for a quick swim.

Superfly GTO 42

Red Design also joined in on this project, imagining the sleek layout, with different design cues inspired from supercars, which allow the GTO 42 to boast a sporty look – the air scoops, sculpted windows, and taillights at the stern support that statement. Built for speed, this thing boasts a stepped hull, a lightweight carbon-fiber construction and an engine line-up that includes Volvo or MerCruiser units.

With 430 hp gas inboards, this vessel could take you to a breathtaking top speed of 50 knots, while the diesel option could go up to 45 knots. On the inside, the Superfly GTO 42 displays a high-tech galley, a lovely dining table, plus a large bathroom, and a forward stateroom with a king-size bed.

Superfly GTO 42

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