Sea Top 13.90 from Blu Martin, brand of Sea Engineering group, is due for restyling.
Blu Martin aims to retain the elegance and charm of the original model, while featuring a more modern style and greater attention to the comfort of guests on board. The preview is scheduled for Cannes Yachting Festival in September 2016.
Blu Martin Sea Top 13.90
Increased livability outside, new windows and an innovative hard.top make the look of new Sea Top 13.90 even more sleek and contemporary. 13.9 meters long and over 4 meters wide, the new Sea Top 13.90 can accommodate up to 12 guests, sporting two or three cabins for the night, depending on the version. Two heads, galley and a dinette complete the interior layout.
As for the external spaces, the bow sun pad will be more spacious and functional, while a foldaway table in the cockpit will make for an improved use of the sofa, turning the area into a lounge for ultimate relaxation on board.
The hard top has been modified to increase the opening surface, and the expanded side windows improve ventilation and lighting.
The portholes are rectangular in shape, and are inserted along a strip that runs along the entire side, thus increasing the brightness of the interiors. The new design extends to the helm station, where the dashboard accommodates all the instrumentation screens and improves ergonomics and comfort.
Sea Top 13.90 retains the original model’s characteristic hard top, allowing guests to use the outdoor dinette in all weather conditions, as well as providing the necessary shelter from the wind when the boat speeds up: a cruising pace of 29 knots and a top of 36 knots, with a fuel need of 95 liters per hour at cruising speed with the standard Volvo Penta IPS 600 engines.
Three engines are available: in addition to the Volvo Penta IPS 600 (2×435 HP), there’s Volvo Penta IPS 500 (2×375 HP) or a Volvo Penta D6-Duo Prop (2×400 HP).