The Hermes Speedster is the hype new 356 inspired speedboat
Catching us off guard every time, this true collector's item is inspired by the classic gentleman-runabouts of the '30s and by the design of the legendary Porsche 356 Speedster, attracting attention everywhere.
The Hermes Speedster is a retro-style classic, but has all of today’s technical features. The small family business Seven Sea Yachts produces this jewel entirely made by hand — and you can see the love that goes into their work with a single glance at the Hermes Speedster.
Claiming the title of “THE MOST EFFICIENT PRODUCTION BOAT IN THE WORLD”, the Hermes Speedster is an eco-friendly luxury runabout with a consumption of 0.5L/mile or 8mpg.
Each piece of the interior, from the seats and the steering wheel to the speakers and the switches, is specially designed and handcrafted with attention to detail. Due to the convertible top, you can enjoy your boat in a few seconds, despite any bad weather conditions. The convertible top makes the boat ideal for colder climates. Not to mention, the Hermes can accommodate up to 5 people.
All details from the upholstery of the seats and the side upholstery to the nostalgic round instruments and toggle switches are carefully assembled and handcrafted from high-quality materials. The interior can, of course, be adapted to the customer's wishes, covered with genuine leather and featuring a wooden steering wheel in the style of the '60s, the Speedster offers a real feast for the eyes in any marina.
The customer can choose between various color combinations, features, and interiors, all with high-quality craftsmanship. Hermes Speedster offers customized color of the hull, you can even choose real leather, carpet, and convertible top too. This way, you have the opportunity to cruise on a completely unique Hermes Speedster.
The boat makes small concessions to the modern era for the sake of comfort, and you know IT DOESN'T GET ANY BETTER THAN THIS. 🚤
Order your Hermes Speedster, hop in the driver's seat and create your best memories.
If you're all into four wheels news, tap here.