After the Evo 43, the day cruiser which started the success of the still young Italian brand Evo Yachts, the shipyard is expanding its motorboat range with the EVO WA, thus adding a further model which takes up on the predecessor's "Opening rEVOlution" and features a stern section hydraulically variable in width. The new Evo WA will celebrate her German premiere at the boot Dusseldorf 2018.
Innovative technology Like its predecessor, the Evo WA is equipped with the innovative rear "XTension" technology which allows you to open the sides of the hull at the rear hydraulically in less than 30 seconds by simply tapping on a touch screen, thus transforming the rear into a 25 m² terrace. This technology increases the available space at the rear of the Evo WA by as much as 40%. The eight-person cockpit can optionally accommodate three sunbeds, a retractable table and sunbed cushions that can be used as benches or floating mats.
Variable usage The new motorboat can also be refitted with the equally innovative stern transformer, a 270-degree rotatable platform that can be used as a gangway, swim ladder, diving platform and tender lift. The aft cockpit also features a cooking area, which can be equipped at the owner's request with an glass induction cooktop, a teppanyaki hotplate or a grill.
Functionality below decks Below decks, the Evo WA can comfortably accommodate up to four people. A transparent plexiglass staircase leads to the dining area in the bow, which can be converted into a large double bed or a sitting area just as required. Since the rear area is not delimited by walls or doors, a bright and friendly area is created with another double bed. The Evo WA also features a separate wet room including a shower with standing-height.
40 knots max speed Powered by two Volvo Penta IPS 600 engines with 435 hp each, the Evo WA reaches a top speed of 40 knots. With a cruising speed of 32 knots and the variable space available on board, the new Evo WA is also well suited for multi-day trips on the water. Designed by Studio Tecnico Rivellini, with interior and exterior by Valerio Rivellini, and built by Blu Emme Yachts, the new Evo WA not only stands out for its technical innovations but above all for its clean lines and minimalist design.
Technical specifications: Length over all: 13.12 m Beam: 4.52 m - 6.31 m Draft: 1.10 m Weight: 11,500 kg Engine: 2 x 435 hp