Powered by triple Mercury Racing Verado 400R outboard engines, Technohull’s Omega 41 rigid inflatable boat can reach 80 mph and cruise at 50 mph, according to a press release from the Athens, Greece-based boat company. With its standard ORCA 866 1670 tube, the overall length of the RIB is 43’3” (13.2 meters). Overall width is 11’1” inches (4.3 meters).
The Omega 41 is offered with triple and twin outboard setups.
The 43-footer also can be ordered with triple Mercury Marine Verado 350 outboards, as well as twin outboard power packages. Greek designer Alexandros Liaskovitis created the boat’s interior, and several seating configurations—including one with a “mobile kitchen” that has a sink and burners—are offered for the boat.
According to the release, “The hinge-point of the Technohull Omega 41 design is the modern center console, sheltered by a sporty T-top that perfectly 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 able to control all the devices on board easily.”
The Omega 41’s standard hull is built with quad axial fiberglass and vinylester resin, according to the release. A carbon-fiber and infused epoxy layup for the hull is an option. While not included in the press release, pricing is available from the builder.