Vanquish 54: A spine-tingling 45 knots

Two new VQ54s currently being built are based on the successful VQ48 theme designed by Guido de Groot Design. They will be equipped with the latest award-winning MAN i6-800 diesel engines and feature a Williams tender on board with its own garage.

The VQ54 is powered by surface drives, allowing it to develop a spine-tingling 45 knots. For added fun and functionality, the boat comes with its own tender bay which can easily accommodate a fast Williams 285 Turbojet. For easy accessibility, the door of the garage opens aft. Some 16.60 metres in length with a 4.91-metre beam, the VQ54 provides an enormous amount of open deck space and freedom of movement. She is the ideal party boat for Ibiza, according to one of the proud new owners.

The VQ54 design is also fully balanced. The bold lines give the yacht a distinctive and dynamic appearance. In addition to the three characteristic Vanquish qualities of manoeuvrability, cruising comfort and total custom construction, a great deal of attention has been paid to storage space for all kinds of luggage, diving equipment and other toys. The interior includes a spacious shower room with toilet as well as a comfortable berth for two people. On deck there is a large kitchen with substantial refrigerators that is ideal for al fresco wining and dining.