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A state of the art boat that puts the ‘power’ in powerful

Wednesday, June 25, 2014


The redcoats are coming, the redcoats are coming; but this time instead of a fight, they bring power. A powerboat, to be exact.


Hunton, an iconic British powerboat brand, is excited to announce its launch into the U.S. market. A high-performance, handcrafted luxury powerboat that is made to order with teak wood and supple leather has just become available in the US. This summer is the first season that Hunton’s products are available to US customers.


Hunton has built its reputation on client service, each powerboat it designs is commissioned to order, allowing the customers to work with the design team to customize their powerboat to fit their needs and wants, as well as reflect their personality. There is a variety of colors, fabrics and wood finishes for them to choose from.


The company takes pride in their work. They have a small staff of only 32 employees; all who are extremely passionate about what they do. Each year they only produce 24 boats. They are detail-oriented and focused on delivering an exclusive, luxurious product and customer experience.


Each powerboat includes a cabin that comes equipped with seating, a kitchen area and a place to sleep. It is a unique blend of state-of-the-art technology, all made by hand. The brand’s newest design – the XRS43. Reaching a top speed of over 70 knots in a brilliant charcoal grey this masterpiece is what they call the ‘pinnacle of powerboats.’


This boat, and any Hunton creation, is truly a summer luxury must-have. Don’t miss out on this beautiful phenomenon AVENUE insiders; there’s only 24 per year. Enhance your summer out East and be one of those 24.



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