December 29, 2009

Projects: Mustang 550 Sports Euro, Mustang 500 Sports Coupe, Mustang 2850 Sport Cruiser

Australian boat builder Mustang comes from a healthy period of novelties fueled by the release of its new Sport range presented a little less then over a year ago with the 430. Today the down under builder offers three interesting new projects, two on the higher end, and one being an entry level to its range. Rendering above show the new 550 Sports Euro what will be so far the new flagship of Mustang's range. As all the Sports range the new 550 is designed with a European style in looks and practicality, with the Euro name here representing the flybridge version. This truly luxurious boat will like boasting modern and high end quality furnishing offering the perfect entertainment with large but warm layouts. Her interior layout will offer a three double cabin two head interior plan, here finding a full beam owners suite mid ship, VIP to fore, and double bunk berth. Power will be from a triple Volvo IPS600 set up. Inspired by in-house designers and accomplished down under naval architects the Mustang 500 Sports Coupe project is created to meet the expectations of today's serious and experienced boat owner. Using high quality materials, the most modern production techniques and strict quality assurances, the Mustang 500 Sports Coupe is a new expression of performance boating from Australia. With expansive and functional single level living, exciting cabin layouts, the 500 Sports Coupe offers an identical three cabin interior to the 550 above minus the second helm station above. It is basically a more sportier version of the flybridge motor yacht 550 Sport Euro, identical in size and comfort, but missing the flybridge deck here replaced by an opening sunroof. The 500 Sports Coupe is also powered by triple Volvo IPS600 which is coupled to a proven sea keeping hull design.
The last rendering above introduces the new 2850 Sports Cruiser project what features modern usability with styling in mind. The 2850 Sports Cruiser will be Mustang introduction entry level model, opening the door to first time boaters into its range. The 2850 Sports Cruiser will have a one level open cockpit and larger than normal internal space with four berths in two areas, separate shower head, and a galley. Mustang says the interior of the 2850 Sports Cruiser will be one of the roomiest in this size sports cruiser. The 2850 Sports Cruiser will be offered with two power options from Mercruiser or Volvo both in petrol versions. So far it seems there is no diesel choice, but also a limited fuel tank of only 300 litres which should make for a short range of only about a hundred miles.