Photography by Technohull
15 June 2017
The Omega 41 is Technohull’s flagship. It is a performance luxury mega rigid inflatable boat (RIB) that combines the concepts of versatility, performance, high quality detailing and finishing’s – all in a single model – confirming the yard’s fame around the world.
Omega 41 – a 13.2 meters “toy for boy”, with a 3.4-meter beam, exploits a two-step deep-V hull shape, for exceptional performance in any weather. It allows for a smooth and safe ride over the waves at high speed.
The hull is built using quadraxial fibers, with carbon fiber and infused epoxy resins to be also an option and surrounded by ORCA 866 1670 dtex as standard tubes, ensures an extremely solid product. All construction takes place in the yard by highly specialized technicians and in accordance with rigid international parameters. Decisions such as using Burmese teak paneling, and vacuum assisted adhesion reflect the high quality of the Omega 41.
The deck layout has been created by Greek designer Alexandros Liaskovitis and his Milan based studio. Liaskovitis and his studio are renowned for his specialisation in high luxury ambient and grand attention to detail.
The hinge-point of the Technohull Omega 41 design is the modern center console, sheltered by a sporty T-top that protects the two wrap-around shockproof seats and can also mount solar panels. The cockpit features a state-of-the-art electronic console supported by a central monitor that can control all the devices on board easily.
The forward zone includes a spacious storage space, hidden under an extra-large sunbathing area, and a comfortable seat forward of the console.
Different seating options are also available for the owner to choose from. These options offer various levels on a sporting theme and all include a large sunbathing area with a comfortable central passage to the stern platform. Another option available is the mobile kitchen that includes a sink and burners.
The design of the Omega 41 console allows for spacious interiors, including an enclosed bathroom.
There are several propulsion options available for the Omega 41. The owner can choose a triple engine 350hp or 400hp option (and the yard is studying the possibility to mount four 400hp engines) that can deliver a top speed of 80 miles per hour and a cruising speed of 50 mph for the Omega 41.
If the owner prefers the inboard engine propulsion system, the yard offers two options: two 350hp engines or two 400hp engines. Top speeds close to 65 mph and cruising speeds of 45 mph can be reached. These characteristics make the Omega 41 ideal for covering long distances without sacrificing comfort or pleasure.