- 24 kn maximum speed
- 19 kn cruise speed
- 78 ft total length
- 1600 HPpropulsion
- 7.17 beam
- 12 guests aboard
- 4150 L tank capacity
- 9,50 m maximum beam
EVO Yachts sets a new turning point in navigation with V8, the flagship that blends sailing and motorboating.
V8 creates a completely new navigation experience, where the relax of a sail boat meets the flexibility of a motor yacht.
The designer’s challenging concept shows through the endless opportunities aboard, with convertible space and four helm stations, including two ship’s wheels that allow for steering closer to the sea and for easier maneuvers.
The helm station at the bow is equipped with two Volvo Penta control joysticks, a joystick to operate the bow thruster, two large 16’’ GPS displays, throttles to operate motors and inverters. For extra luxury, the helm and the seats can be customized with leather upholstery.
If you prefer to experience V8 like a sailing boat, the two carbon wheels at the stern will recreate this unique experience. The fourth helm station on the Roof Top offers an unparalleled view on the sea and navigation features like control joystick, a 16’’ GPS display and throttles to operate motors and inverters.
The size of V8, the unexpected features and the many spaces for conviviality inspired by sailing will leave you and your guests speechless.
One of the most surprising spaces aboard is the Roof Top, an innovative and challenging ghost feature that only reveals itself through a vanishing hydraulic stepladder. It’s like a penthouse on the sea, with four sunbeds, an alfresco dinette and a vanishing helm station.
The dinette at the bow can be converted into a sunbed with a sail canopy, while the sofa hides a plunge pool. The panoramic living room on the Main Deck features a dining area and a lounge area, with home cinema system and glass walls that can be partially opened. The lowered lounge with galley at the stern can both be a patio to the beach area and a private lounge to the master cabin.
EVO V8 is fully customizable to fit your specific needs and desires. The first unit is equipped with unexpected features.
The living area located on the Main Deck is equipped with glass walls that can be partially opened to amplify the panorama and to reduce the use of air conditioning. The inner surface of the walls is coated with a dark LCD film, turning the room into a screen for the home cinema system with projector.
At the stern of V8, a lowered lounge serves as a patio to the beach area. Just close its dark sliding doors and you will get a private lounge to the master cabin, transforming it into a 12 m long suite.
The beach area is located at 70 cm from the water line and is equipped with leather and teak sunbeds and a cozy round sofa. The bulwarks at the stern can be opened to disclose a 180° view.
The dinette at the bow can easily become a sunbed with sail canopy, while the C-shaped sofa hides a plunge pool for a quick splash.
The galley has everything you need for a dinner over the sea. The first unit features an induction cooktop, a wine cooler, a blast chiller and an ice maker.
The idea of navigation coming from V8 continues belowdecks, with customizable spacious and refined interiors, designed to thrill.
Design furniture, a delicate white, nabuk and brass palette and the luxury materials define a sophisticated space, inspired by the minimalism of sailing boats.
The first unit of V8 features four cabins, all with ensuite heads:
The textured surfaces decorate the interiors in a delicate manner, showing the high quality materials aboard and an artisan approach. Materials such as statuary white gres, teak, nabuk, leather and walnut wood merge in geometric shapes to then cover the bulkheads and the furniture. Your guests will never want to leave.
The first unit of EVO V8 is equipped with two Volvo Penta IPS 1350 engine with a total power of 2 x 1000 HP. V8 can reach a maximum speed of 24 kn and a cruise speed of 19 kn. The 4150 L fuel tank allows for an autonomy of 400 NM. Every technical detail, such as the 11 ft tender and the ditching crane, is hidden in the peaks with remote hydraulic opening.