The ‘747 mirage’ six person luxury yacht continues the approach austrian boat manufacturer, frauscher, started with the previously launched ‘858 fantom’, both designed by studio kiska and thomas gerzer, with hydrodynamic expert harry miesbauer.
the features of the ‘747 mirage’ are extroverted: they are suggestive of supercar design, while paying tribute to frauscher’s racing heritage.
the frauscher ‘747 mirage’s’ cockpit allows travellers to revel in luxury. the driving position features a center console made to measure with the two seats for the pilot and co-pilot; sat behind them is a leather sofa for passengers whose backrest can be lowerered, further broadening the sun pad located at the stern. in the bow area, guests can relax in the sun on two luxury pillows. with an optional folding table that allows owners to choose whether to keep it raised, or lower it to extract even more precious sunbathing area.
the luxury yacht provides plenty of storage space on board: beneath the seats in the front + rear, under the stern bench (also accommodates a refrigerator), underneath the corridor of access by boat, plus in the large bow locker, and two side rooms. the characteristic design with the low bow ensures clear visibility at any speed. frauscher uses marine-certified equipment only, ensuring a maximum service life for all components, with audio manufacturers clarion, bose, or fusion electronics. other interior refinements include bluetooth, iPod, iPhone and USB-compatibility, and bespoke audio equipment can be specified by all boating music fans.
the rear of the boat features a premium bathing ladder with three retractable teak steps, allowing a smooth transition from the deck, to the sea. behind the sheer luxury of the yachts from frauscher stands not only a wealth of technological know-how and innovative power, but 80 years of solid tradition in building fine boats. these exceptional yachts are a peak in contemporary aesthetics, elegance and lifestyle, providing some of the most memorable of pleasures on all waters of the world.
Report by Designboom.com