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Stunning Revolver 44GT Debuts in Middle East

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It will be a first time for Revolver Boats at the upcoming Dubai International Boat Show 2015 which will be held from March 3rd to the 7th. Following a successful season in Europe, the Italian shipyard will exhibit its most recent launched model: the revolutionary Revolver 44GT.

Created with the aim to transfer the qualities of a Grand Touring car to the sea, the new powerboat is a perfect combination between made in Italy design and high performance, sporty style and dynamism.

Fully equipped to welcome onboard up to 6 guests, providing the maximum comfort, the 44GT showcases an innovative design combined with high-tech contents, breaking with the classic powerboat tradition.

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The Revolver 44GT sporty look is perfectly mirrored by the high performance of this grand tourer of the sea: equipped with two diesel Cummins engines of 550 HP each, easily reaches a top speed of 50 knots in ultimate comfort and maximum safety.

Dock in the Marina Display – the area dedicated to the excellence in design, craftsmanship and lifestyle – this revolutionary model won’t miss to attract and amaze visitors with her avant-garde features, a challenge that the Shipyard is willing to meet. 

On the occasion, Revolver Boat will announce the opening of the first local Revolver Customer Care point run by Capt. Alessio Tumbiolo that will support the Shipyard for sea trials and sales & service activities.

Based in Dubai since 1997, Capt. Tumbiolo’s company Mediterraneo F2C has a great experience in marine business with well over 37 years of professional activity in yachts sales and maintenance, across the Middle East Region.

“The appointment comes as a clear proof of  Revolver Boats’ intention to invest in the Middle East, no doubts a market open to innovation and with strong potential for future development” commented Mr Carmelo Zocco - Revolver Boats CEO and Founder.


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