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Onda Velocita Power Boat concept


Onda Velocita Power Boat concept

Onda Velocita Power Boat concept

Onda Velocita Power Boat concept

Onda Velocita Power Boat concept

Onda Velocita Power Boat concept

Onda Velocita Power Boat concept

Onda Velocita Power Boat concept

Onda Velocita Power Boat concept

Onda Velocita Power Boat concept

Onda Velocita Power Boat concept

Onda Velocita Power Boat concept

Onda Velocita Power Boat concept

Onda Velocita Power Boat concept

Onda Velocita Power Boat concept


Year (of specifications) 2009
Engine(s) Thrust vectoring water jets
Horsepower (max) -
Displacement -
Length -
Beam -








The Onda Velocita is a luxury powerboat concept which fuses the latest in high-tech systems and materials, with traditional design elements and craftmanship.

The hull and upper structure of the Onda Velocita are formed from a combination of fiberglass and carbon fiber. The deck, seating areas, and cabin trim are largely constructed from laminated teak wood which provides a rich warm feel and contrasting texture from the sleek bodywork. To help keep the exterior design as slippery as possible many of the necessary mooring devices and lighting are hidden within the bodywork. The mooring attachments are concealed within the titanium colored runners which are located on top of the outer hulls. A hatch in the front of the central hull hides both the anchor and two powerful forward-facing floodlights. Another light is located under the rear seating area for illuminating the vessel behind. The steps at the rear of the boat can be folded up into the hull to further smooth out the profile.

The styling of the Onda Velocita was partially inspired by the way water laps against a sandy beach and leaves ridges in the sand. This influence can be seen in the join line between the two outer hulls and the main body. At the rear the shape of the the circular seating area and built-in table was designed to emulate the traditional capstans found on sailboats. The table itself has a lift-up lid which conceals a number of flotation devices. The waterproof, neoprene-covered cushions of the seating area can also act as flotation aids in an emergency.

Powering the Onda Velocita are a pair of water jet propulsion units with thrust vectoring nozzles. The main jets exit at the rear of each of the outer hulls. During low speed maneuvering, smaller jets which are located in the sides of each hull can provide sideways thrust. These smaller jets retract into the hull when not in use.

The roof of the Onda Velocita is interwoven with a series of photovoltaic cells which provide electrical energy to the onboard batteries so that on a clear sunny day there is no need to run the engines as a generator to top them up. This means that the lighting, sound system, refrigerator, microwave, GPS, etc., can all be run with no worry of depleting the batteries.

The interior of the Onda Velocita features one main cabin located up front in the central section. The roof of the main cabin has a built-in domed skylight which can be opened to allow in fresh air, or in an emergency it can act as an exit. Located aft of the main cabin and on the left is a smaller cabin, on the right is a bathroom and galley kitchen. In the upper section of the boat is the helm and a small covered entertainment area. At the base of the stairs is a cushioned and shockproof winerack. At the rear of the upper structure is a set of sliding doors which lead out onto the deck and the circular seating area.





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