Dartline 60 Powerboat Concept Is Italian Designed and Gorgeous

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In the world of rich and eccentric sportscars are not even that popular anymore, it’s all about really fast and super expensive powerboats nowadays. Italian designer Pietro Russomanno’s Dartiline 60 concept is exactly what the well off would buy. Them, and probably any sane person on this planet if he’d afford it.
The Dartline 60 vessel is a concept, which means Pietro thought it’s not that important to be precise about it’s features. But who needs figures when these pictures talk by themselves? However, some details were specified. The cabin space is situated within the hull and the exterior passenger area is made up of two intersecting circular spaces.

A combination between superior performance and refined aesthetics, this baby packs aggressive shapes, lines and curves, all contrasted by a clean, elegant yet simple style. The living space is adjustable in the stern, with a retractable table, and a hatch-forward skylight that provides an easy access to a large sunbathing area.

The length overall is 60 feet (18.288 meters) and the maximum beam is 16 feet (4.8 meters). The cabin has space for 5/6 people and the estimated displacement is around 27 tons. Though there is no specifications of the motor, nor about the propulsion system, this luxury powerboat will allegedly reach a top speed of 60 mph (96 km/h).

Well, it might not be solar-powered and computer-controlled like Kira Hybrid yacht is, nor is it able to change its shape with the push of a button like the 88 Miami created by Riva, but we’re pretty sure you guys would like to go on a special Mediterranean vacation on this baby. Let's just hope they build it.
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