Quintessence powerboat has Aston Martin touch
A luxury powerboat built to match the top-end sports car experience has been launched in the Middle East by Aston Martin, in partnership with Quintessence Yachts.
The AM37 has a maximum speed of 50 knots and features an Aston Martin steering wheel, electro-hydraulic bimini and a lower deck saloon area with a convertible berth for two. It can be personalised to suit the needs and taste of every owner. Bush & Noble International Yacht Brokerage has been named the official Middle East broker for the powerboat.
“We’re delighted to be working with Bush & Noble in the Middle East,” said Vicky Farrow, MD of Quintessence Yachts. “The AM37 by Quintessence Yachts is designed and built to Aston Martin standards, so her superb quality, exceptional performance and luxurious style means she has great global appeal and we’re looking forward to the Bush & Noble team presenting her to their clients.”
John Bush, co-director at Bush & Noble International Yacht Brokerage, added: “The Middle East is an incredibly important region for Aston Martin, with some of the countries ranking amongst the top ten markets in the world.
“We are excited to present the innovative AM37 to our clients; this powerboat is the epitome of luxury and will bring so much sophistication to the Arabian Yachting Industry.”
Based in Dubai, Bush & Noble was established in 2012 by co-founders John Bush & Brett Noble and has more than 30 years combined experience in the luxury motor yacht sector.
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