Fearless Yacht designed by Porsche Design

Porsche Design Studios is bringing some Stuttgart style to the boating business with its first-ever seacraft (the waterlogged 928 in Risky Business doesn’t count). Set to debut at next week’s Miami Boat Show, the 28-foot-long high-speed cruiser is a collaboration with Florida-based upstart Fearless Yachts. “We reached out and said, ‘You have a blank canvas,'” says Fearless CEO Jeffrey Binder, and the German creatives set about designing a luxury racer that could dominate what they dubbed the “aquabahn.” The boat boasts a fiberglass hull with the sleek curves and lean silhouette of a European coupe, and its “unitized,” or seamless, construction does away with unsightly rivets that might slow it down. There’s also a 525-horsepower Viper engine that helps the craft reach a top speed of 80 mph, which may not break any world records but will make you grateful for the Latham precision steering controls. Should 28 feet (and room for five) prove insufficient for your entourage, Porsche and Fearless are expanding the line to include vessels of up to 150 feet in length, and while the prices may be steepthe 28 starts at $300,000they have this advantage: They manage to make a 911 look like a bargain.

Designer: Porsche Design Studio [ Product Page ]


  • Jason says:

    I wonder how wakeboarding would be behind this… awesome boat though

  • Chris2046 says:

    i love it……

  • Edzo de Vries says:

    A beautifull design speedboat. I should know because I work parttime as a designer at Feadship in Holland. The other part of my time I work as a freelance designer for my own. I als have designed a 28″ boat based on the F1 cars (Porche) in 50s of the previous century. This could well be a tender for megeyachts to transport 10 passengers ex pilot.
    I also have a design of a sunglasses case with an extra functionality. If you , someone from the Porche design team, are interested in these designs please do not hesitate to contact me at my E-mail adress. With kind regard and compliments, Edzo de Vries

  • It looks very nice, but by my opinion is too small for the price tag of $300.000.
    And 525 hp engine can not be very environment friendly.

  • MARIO C says:

    The price tag seems a bit elevated considering it’d be a single engine boat.
    There could be a better use of the space too.

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