The prestigious British producer of high-performance, luxury powerboats, HUNTON, has announce today the launch of their new website. Hunton has enjoyed a hugely successful summer in Europe, attending a series of high profile events during the Monaco GP, Festival de la Plaisance de Cannes and the Monaco Yacht Show.
The Hunton ethos has always been to build craft with practical accommodation, without compromising performance and handling. From the moment you step aboard the XRS43, you know you can add ‘exceptional build quality and consummate luxury’ to the list.
Spurning the temptation to become a high-volume manufacturer, in preference of maintaining its ‘boutique’ exclusivity and quality of craftsmanship, Hunton builds boats for the discerning few.
A carbon-fibre foredeck sits atop the Kevlar hull, adding strength, stiffness and lightweight properties to the structure. The deceptively spacious cabin below offers good head height, a comfortable salon, separate heads and shower, a well-appointed galley and a double berth. The teak deck, luxurious upholstery and walnut trim shout of understated quality.
With outstanding sea handling, the XRS43 tender delivers exhilaration and excitement from the purity of its ride. Smooth and yet powerful, luxurious and with enough panache and poise to command respect in any of the world’s most exclusive marinas, Hunton’s XRS43 yacht tender really is quintessentially British. Built to last, classy and elegant.
The website details the Hunton range, united by the extraordinary power and performance that inspires confidence at the helm. A taster of this brand experience is now available to all at the new Hunton website.
However you choose to view the website whether on a mobile device or a desktop, the HTML5 technology matches the smart engineering of a Hunton powerboat.
The website also contains an up to the minute list of current Hunton ex-demonstrator stock available for immediate purchase giving lucky clients instant access to the beautiful interiors, spacious cabins, sleek lines and race-inspired dashes that come as standard on all Hunton powerboats.Share this: