Revolver Boats Introduces New Outboard Model

The 43CC combines versatile on board spaces with performance-boat styling and handling.

Revolver 43CCAM Yacht Design
Revolver 43CCAM Yacht Design
Revolver 43CCAM Yacht Design
Revolver 43CCAM Yacht Design
Revolver 43CCAM Yacht Design
Revolver 43CCAM Yacht Design
Revolver 43CCAM Yacht Design
Revolver 43CCAM Yacht Design

Italian manufacturer Revolver Boats has introduced a new center-console model, the 43CC, that will be unveiled in the coming year. The new model is geared toward the U.S. and United Arab Emirates markets and Revolver says it combines versatile on board spaces with the performance exhibited by other models in the manufacturer's product line.

The 43CC measures 41’6” LOA with an 11’4” beam and is rated for a crew of 12 and sports a fuel capacity of 343 gallons. The company can power the boat with up to three Seven Marine or Mercury Racing 400R outboards. The twin-stepped bottom design should exceed 55 mph with three Seven Marine motors, according to Revolver.

The new model was designed by Alberto Mancini of AM Yacht Design, who also designed the Revolver 44GT. The Revolver 43CC has design elements found in other Revolver models and it takes styling cues from the sportscar world. The helm has the steering wheel centrally positioned with room on the dash for two large chartplotters and an engine monitoring screen. Fully reclined chaise style lounges are on the aft side of the helm bolsters and there’s a bench seat that spans the boat’s beam aft. The bow also has a full seating area. Side cockpit doors make it easier to step aboard from the docks.

Belowdecks there’s a full cabin with sleeping space for at least two people a private head with a rainwater-style shower.