Technohull’s Omega 41 was recently reconfigured so it could hold three 400 hp outboard engines. That much horsepower will give the rigid-hulled inflatable a top speed of 80 knots, with a cruise of 50 knots. The beauty of the Technohull line is that they are designed for high speeds in rough seas, providing an exceptional seaworthiness that few other day boats can match. The Omega 41’s go-anywhere hull is built with quad-axial fiberglass with a carbon-fiber weave and infused epoxy resin. Surrounded by Orca dtex tubes, the hull not only has excellent buoyancy but rides softly in big seas.
Technohull made sure to add the luxury component to the Omega 41, with a carbon-fiber hardtop, Burmese teak, sunning area in the bow, and spring-cushioned seats. Owners can choose the seating layout in the cockpit, while options like an outdoor galley are also possible. The Greek builder will customize the interior to include a separate stateroom, galley, and head. The Omega 41 outboard version will make its first public appearance at the Cannes Yachting Festival.