Whether it’s watches or watercraft, the term “supercar-inspired” is often touted to help market high-end offerings, though the vast majority of the time the phrase has very little meaning and is largely just marketing fluff. This, however, isn’t the case when it comes to SAY Carbon’s latest vessel, the SAY 42.
Appropriately described by the German-based shipbuilder as “a supercar on water,” the SAY 42 is thoroughly decked out in super-plush amenities, with the boat packing a touchscreen dash with a CAN bus control system interfaced for Garmin GPS and display units, a cockpit wet bar, a massive sun-bed, a convertible seating system, a hidden anchor system, an electric hydraulic cabin door, a pop-up electric table and pop-up rain shower, and adjustable, rotating race-inspired seats set in carbon fiber frames. Spanning 42’ in length and sporting a 12.8’ beam, the SAY 42 comes with three powertrain options, the most powerful of which is a Twin Ilmor 7.4L V8 engine configuration that makes a collective 966hp and allows for speeds of up to 50 knots (or 57.5mph). Featuring carbon fiber epoxy sandwich construction, the hull boasts a sharp knife-shaped “wave-Cutter” hull design supplemented by side stabilizing wings. Available now, the SAY Carbon Model 42 starts at around $705,250.
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