In Design

Following are some examples of boats currently on the drawing board. Feel free to contact us if you see anything you like or have any ideas about your preferred boat that you would like to explore.

Rêvo 1302

13 metre displacement powercat.

Accomodation in the hulls includes a double berth aft in each hull with an adjacent night lounge forward. Forward in one hull is a two berth cabin and a head and shower forward in the other hull.

The bridge has a helm station central and aft is the galley. To one side is a dinning area and opposite is a lounge. All furniture is free standing. The large deck area is accessed from either side of the bridgedeck or aft through doors on both sides. The deck all around the boat is flush and level with the bridgedeck making moving around easy. The vast deck spaces offer the opportunity to utilise comfortable free standing deck furniture making the whole experience more pleasurable. Add to the mix the forward tramp for comfortale lounging over the water. 

Access to the boat from the water is via two aft doors that fold down to form a boarding platform that the tander can pull up alongside. From there it is up a curved stairway to the aft cockpit.

Engines run drystak exhausts, less complex and lower maintenance than wet exhhausts.

With bridgedeck clearance of 1.5 metres and slender hulls, these features make for a very sea kindly and efficient powerboat.

Chines above the waterline make for a quiet boat.

Construction is modular and simple making this a very cost effective boat to build and own.

 R40 40
R40 48
Rêvo 1502s

14.6  metre offshor sailing cat

Unique offshore sailing cat in so many ways.

Starting with the double ended hull, all anchoring is done from the stern. Just drop the anchor on the way in to the beach or set the sea anchor off the stern in a storm so the rudders are not damaged if the boat falls backwards.

The bridgedeck is central with one cockpit forward and one aft. Both have a full width seat and access to an adjacent tramp area. Both cockpits are on the same level as the bridgedeck making safe working areas both forward and aft.

Sleeping accomodation is in the hulls while the bridgedeck houses the galley, dining and Head/shower compartment. Access aft is through the shower compartment providing a wet locker for removing wet weather gear helping to keep the boat dry. There is a door into the forward cockpit beside the interior helm position.

To make the interior helm position feasible, a unique rig has been designed with single line control. The bi-plane rig we believe excellent on a cruising cat as the windward sail sheilds the leward sail in a gust. The masts can be free standing as they utilise the depth of the hull.

Access from the water is via a ramp in the middle section of each tramp.

Hulls are easily driven slender hull forms flaring out above the waterline. The rudders are transom hung and have skegs forward for rudder protection.

Construction is modular in 3 pieces for cost effective building.

Rêvo 1601 

16 metre planing monohull

Mid pilothouse motor yachts have some advantages but often end up with a very restrictive flow to the interior. This boat draws on the benfits of this style but careful thought has been given to the interior to keep the living spaces flowing and comfortable in line with our "freedom of movement" philosophy, making it a more comfortable space to live in.
Special attention has been paid to the flow between the aft cabin space and the cockpit and also the levels to reduce the height difference between, thereby making a better layout.
The design features 3 double cabins and a large open aft galley and dining area opening to the cockpit. Also accessed from the cockpit is a day head.
Rêvo 1602

16 metre assymetric planing powercat

Designed as a sport fishing boat for charter in the British Virgin Islands.

A big volume boat with 4 cabin layout, two with ensuites and a 3rd separate head.

Twin 750 horsepower engines gives a cruising speed of 28 knots.
Rêvo 1501 Jet

15 metre commercial fishing/charter boat

This design follows on from our 821 Jet. Such was the response from commercial fisherman and skippers who have been on the 821 Jet that we have had a number of enquiries for a bigger version.

This boat has been drawn for an operator that wants to fish commercially for half the year and do charter work the rest.

The accomodation  allows for six overnight passengers plus the skipper when chartering and the large open aft deck for commercial work.

We also have a 6.5 metre pleasure boat version underway as well.
Rêvo 1131 Container Boat

11.3 metre powerboat

This is a unique boat in that it is designed to fit into a 40 foot container to enable the owner to ship it cost effectively anywhere in the world for extended cruising.

It can run a 90 horsepower outboard concealed in the cockpit or we have also drawn an inboard version as well.

A large flat skeg enables the boat to sit upright on the bottom without damage and the boat is trailerable making for a very versatile craft.

The easily driven hull makes it very economical to run and sea kindly.

The boat is capable of a maximum speed of 18 knots and is comfortable and efficient to operate at any speed up to its maximum.
 Container Boat
Rêvo TT

Twin-hulled Tenders

These tenders are a development of or 4.4 metre powercat. They make the perfect superyacht tender.

Low profile, narrow beam (similar or less than an equivalent monohull) make storage on the mother ship feasible and yet the boat is very stable and safe.

Twin engines widely spaced make handling a dream, especially around expensive paint jobs on superyachts and for manouvering around docks while guests embark or disembark the boat.

We also have more of water taxi/commercial version.

The sport version shown here has a drinks fridge in the helmsmans console and a canopy folds away for cover for the guests as required.
Rêvo 1052

10.5 metre displacement powercat

Designed for a boatbuilder in Auckland, this boat had to fit his existing 10.5 metre marina berth.

The boat has been designed for restricted beam so the cost of a marina does not become excessive.

Powered by twin 90 horsepower outboard engine that can be tilted clear of the water when moored to reduce maintenance issues.
Rêvo 442

4.4 metre powercat

The first in a range of production powercats up to 7.5 metres. This 4.4 metre boat incredibly has two full lenght berths for genuine overnighting.

This hull form benefits from narrow beam as opposed to conventional cats that have to carry extra beam to work properly. Therefore we get the benefits of a powercat but in the size of a monohull.

Soft, comfortable and a dry ride with incredible manoeuvreability are the characteristics of these boats. We are currently getting 8.5% better efficiency than an equivalent monohull.

They make a perfect superyacht tender and we have specific designs for this purpose. See the Rêvo TT's above