Three years after its debut, Magboat shipyard has developed its line of nine-metre Taxi-boats in collaboration with h3o. The vessels built are already five, the first of which can boast over 2.000 hours of operation accumulated in three seasons.
A different set-up of the taxi-boat and stern drive motorization, both diesel and hybrid are in the works.
The Picnic version was conceived for day outings on the sea. The layout has consequently been adjusted to provide a large sunbed area, a semicircular sofa with seating for ten and a bathroom at the bow. The ideal picnic boat, this tender will include two fridges, an ice machine, a high-tech stereo system, a large sunbed and a wide canopy that can covers the entire boat. The Picnic will have a 225hp Volvo Penta D4 engine with an Aquamatic drive. The shipyard is also developing an entirely electric boat for inland navigation and an electric version of its Taxi.
All the boats have hulls constructed from epoxy resin infusion and a sandwich deck structure. Hull and fittings to be manufactured by Anselmo Mauri yard in Sirmione. Technical data: length overall m 9,0 – length on the waterline m 8,87 – max width m 2,89 - draft m 0,8 - displacement kg 4.175 – fuel tank lt 300 – motor power 272 kw (370 hp) cruise speed 18 Knots – max speed 25 Knots.