Aston Martin Speedboat to be Showcased in Monaco

By Christina Tsangaris

The stunning new Aston Martin powerboat the AM37S prototype will take to the stage of Monaco from September 28 to October 1. It will be revealed later this month, along with its amazing features.

It will be presented in an ‘ocellus teal - maritime’ colour, reflecting one of the key personalisation features available to owners. This contemporary colour merges paint technology and the latest trends to create an eye-catching and subtle visual effect. With its bold use of metallics and xyrallics, ocellus teal – maritime, will emphasise the design, lines and shapes of the first AM37. In fact, the AM37 can be painted in any of the options available for the exclusive Aston Martin cars among an extensive palette of paint.

Owners of the AM37 have the benefit of being able to select from the Aston Martin colour palette when choosing the colour for their boat. This vast choice of colours allows each AM37 to be personalised to its owner’s personal requirements. We also expect that some clients will enjoy having a matching Aston Martin car and boat.

“A design station with the scale model of the AM37 provided people with a chance to learn more about the boat’s fantastic features,” says James. “There was a great deal of interest from visitors who enjoyed this exclusive preview in advance of the global launch of the boat itself.”

“While many boat manufacturers have produced painted metallic finished yachts in the past, these have typically been from a standard and rather limited set of paint colours,” says James Hall, sales director for Quintessence Yachts. “Having the ability to select from the Aston Martin range allows AM37 owners to create a genuinely unique vessel which stands out from the crowd and is exceptionally personal.”

Although the colours will be the same, the makeup of the paint will be to marine specifications using a special paint system that will ensure the highest possible standards of durability and quality. As will be seen in Monaco from September 28 to October 1, the AM37 prototype has been painted in one of the most spectacular colours of the Aston Martin palette.

By Christina Tsangaris