The new Magnum 51 at Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show 2014

The first Magnum 51 of the new series, with a total electric blue livery, has been delivered to her owner in Miami, and will be on display at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (October 30th – November 3rd 2014). She will be available for sea trials: a good reason to attend the show.

With two MTU engines, 1600 HP each, the new Magnum 51 is the result of Magnum Marine research for a boat capable of very high performance but also kinder to the environment. The new 51 is capable of a top speed exceeding 60 knots, but at that pace will burn just 380 liters per hour, thanks to last-gen common rail engines, stiffer and lighter hull, and surface drives.

The interior features a large saloon with galley, master stateroom, guest cabin to the bow and crew quarters. The beam is narrow when compared to the length, and combined with the deep V hull is a guarantee of great handling and performance. The Magnum 51 can be powered by Caterpillar or MTU diesel engines, 1600 to 1925 HP, paired with Arneson Surface Drive, Displacement is around 15400 Kg, while the fresh water reserve exceeds the 500 liters.


What is peculiar for the Magnum 51 is her extraordinary seaworthiness in every condition: with rough sea, when all the other yachts stay in the harbor, she can face long cruises at a fast pace. Beside this, there’s over 2 meters (6 ft 7 in) of headroom belowdecks, and the owner is accommodated in a comfortable cabin with queen size bed and a large closet.

The helm station features power steering and seats for pilot and co-pilot, while the cockpit is completed by an L-shaped couch and a huge solarium.

The numbers of Magnum 51

Length overall 15.16 mt ( 49ft 9 in)
Beam 3.73 mt (12 ft 3 in)
Draught 1.06 mt (3 ft 6 in)
Displacement 15400 Kg
Engines 2×1600 or 2×1925 HP, ASD
Fuel tanks 2,360 lt (623 US gal)
Fresh water tank 570 lt (150 US gal)

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