Lomac’s Supersize RIB

The 45-foot Lomac GranTurismo 14 rigid inflatable boat has power, performance and a high-end design pedigree.
Lomac GranTurismo 14
Lomac’s online configurator lets owners choose items like the deck and tube colors, upholstery and more. Courtesy Lomac

The Lomac GranTurismo 14 is a superyacht tender that can double as a capable day cruiser. Federico Fiorentino penned this flagship RIB, and the design team used computer modeling to yield a high-performance hull form that’s efficient at all speeds. The twin-shell hull is built from aramid fibers and vinylester resin using a vacuum-infusion process, and it’s finished with neopentyl gelcoat. The RIB carries generous bow and stern sun pads and a cockpit table, as well as a belowdecks space that includes a dinette and an enclosed head.

Whom It’s For: Maxi and superyacht owners who seek a fast, comfortable and fashionable tender that can accommodate 16 people.

Picture This: It’s late April, and you’re cruising the Leeward Islands. Your main ride is berthed on St. Maarten, but the kids want to watch the fast race boats at Les Voiles de St. Barth. You load up your Lomac GranTurismo 14 and punch across the 15 or so bluewater miles separating St. Maarten from St. Barthélemy. The RIB has zero issue with the open-ocean swell, and its triple 450 hp outboards make short work of keeping pace with the gunboats.    

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