Going, Going, Gone

Meet Technohull's SeaDNA 999 G5, a 34-foot, 90-knot RIB.

Technohull, SeaDNA 999 G5, RIB
The white version of the SeaDNA 999 G5.Courtesy Technohull

Got 90 knots? RIB manufacturer Technohull does. The builder has launched the 34-foot SeaDNA 999 G5, and it may knock your socks (hats, sunglasses and anything not properly secured) off.

The Greece-based builder created this RIB for extreme performance with outboard options ranging from twin 250 to twin 400 hp outboards, offering top-end speeds from 68 to 90 knots. Prefer inboards? A single 220 or 370 hp diesel, or twin 265 hp diesels, are available.

"With the twin 400 hp outboard option, it will only take two hours to cross from Athens to Mykonos Island."

- Technohull

3 Layout Options: Technohull offers three bow options for the SeaDNA 999 G5. Choose from the Open, Delta and Cabin: With the Open layout there's a standard V-shaped settee forward. Delta gives you a sunpad covering the entire bow. The Cabin layout has a double berth and an enclosed head.

She is 34 feet length overall, with a 9-foot beam.

Technohull, SeaDNA 999 G5, RIB
Technohull's SeaDNA 999 G5 can reportedly hit 90 knots in the right conditions.Courtesy Technohull
Technohull, SeaDNA 999 G5, RIB
Forward-facing seating found on the front of the center console of the SeaDNA 999 G5.Courtesy Technohull
Technohull, SeaDNA 999 G5, RIB
The SeaDNA 999 G5 illuminated at night.Courtesy Technohull