Revolver 42's innovations are dedicated to comfort and safety. You can sail at full throttle with the open boat to enjoy the sun without the slam of the air in your face. The rear sun bed, protected by the lateral fins protruding from the boat's roof, is comfortable and safe even when sailing. And when weather conditions become adverse, you can push a button to close the roof and the rear window, to find yourself in a comfortable, climatized cabin.
You can sail in style - avoiding to carry a fisherman rear platform with you - and when it's time for a swim, the rear opening swimming platform unfolds to reveal the marine universe to you.
These are standard features on Revolver 42 that are very hard to find even on bigger and more expensive boats.
The Revolver 42 is equipped with all you need: instrumentation, lights, TV, HI-FI and so on, but all is so well-integrated, that the interior results elegant, linear and minimalist at the same time. The structural deck reinforcement hides the led lights and thus becomes an interior décor element.
If you choose it in carbon fiber (standard is gelcoat white) it creates a magnificent contrast with the white Alcantara ceilings (standard black fabric).
The table can be automatically lowered to form a bed and creates a wide and elegant cabin, never seen on such a speedy boat.
The aeronautic styled cockpit hides a bathroom illuminated by natural light filtering through the roof window located under the windshield.
And more: touch light switches, illuminated steps, four hatches. The obsessive attention to details makes the difference...
A meter wider than an offshore, a meter narrower than other boats of the same length, this hull is fast, stable and manageable while providing comfort and space incomparable with high performances' boats.
Water lines belong to Michael Peters. His boats reported more than two hundred victories in Class 1 Offshore and still hold thirteen world titles.
Revolver 42 is a variable deep stepped hull with two transverse redans and two side edge of subsistence.
Both sides of the hull are flat, without spangle. A hull made to run fast, even in the harshest sea conditions.
Ultimately, since her racing hull is very efficient and the boat is built with very light materials, Revolver 42 ensures lower fuel consumption per mile than the majority of gliding boats.
The open-space configuration allows you to make the most of the space available, giving roominess and brightness to the interior.
Privacy - even at mouring - is granted on all the boat and not only in the cabin, it is enough to close the roof and the rear window.
You can customize her by choosing from the long list of optionals, or you can configure your dream boat with us.
42' Overall length (LOA)
41' 47' Hull Length (Lh)
32' 6" Waterline length (Lwl)
11' 7" Max Beam (B max)
9' 31" Waterline beam (Bwl)
10' 16" Max transport height from keel (excluding antennas)
15786 lb Displacement dry condition
21384 lb Displacement full load (fully equipped, excluding crew)
3' 11" Draft at displacement full load
528 us gal. Fuel tank capacity
100 us gal. Water tank capacity
Standard engines: Two EFB Cummins Mer Cruiser QSB 5.8,
diesel, 350 kW (470 hp) @3,400 rpm, 5,900 cc., L 6-cylinder,
common rail, turbocharged with after cooler
Optional engines: Two EFB 700 SCI Mercury (662 SCI
Mercury EU) petrol, 494 kW (662 hp) @ 5,200 rpm, 8,200 cc., 8 v-cylinder, supercharged with sequential injection
Certification CE cat. B