Technohull has unveiled the latest model in its range, the Omega 48, scheduled for launch in mid-2023. An overall length of 14.95 m for the outboard version, it introduces the brand’s new design philosophy while maintaining a priority on performance.
With a wide deck and a beam of 4.72 meters, the Omega 48 presents itself as a performance model that does not want to sacrifice comfort. The design is streamlined and sleek, featuring an aggressive look. The semi-retilinear Dynastream bow hull (patented by Technohull) is designed to maximize performance, taking into account the boat’s considerable width.
Engine options range from 2 X 600 hp to 5 X 450 hp, with many intermediate combinations and diesel options available.
Updated wheelhouse experience
The boat is equipped with a new aerodynamic hardtop. The helm station has a double row of triple shock-absorbing seats. The large console is fully equipped with in-house digital management systems to enhance the steering experience.
Relaxation on board
Adopting a new deck design perspective, the Omega 48 features a comfortable and spacious deck. The island sundeck in the aft deck area, presented for the first time on a Technohull, is one of the model’s most distinctive features. Layout options include a back-to-back sofa with a mini bar (or fully equipped wet bar), as well as the option to supplement the island sundeck with a sofa and table.
The Omega 48 has unique features such as the aft garage, which, thanks to the double-opening island sundeck, provides ample storage space for water toys, utilities, lines and even a small dinghy.
The Omega 48 order book will be open in the coming months.
Technical data sheet.
Overall length 14.95 m (15.11 for inboard version)
Width 4.72 m
Deep V-shaped hull with ventilated steps
Maximum engine 5X450hp
Outboard / Inboard engine options
Design category B offshore
(Technohull reveals new Omega 48 model – barchemagazine.com – December 2022)