Wide selection of engines
Key consideration in the development of the VQ40 was the wide range of different clients that Vanquish serves. The boat is therefore exceptionally multifunctional and can be equipped with a wide selection of engines.
Choices for the outboard version with the Mercury Verado range from twin 225 hp (speed of 35 knots) to triple 350 hp (51 knots) and the Veloce model with triple 400 hp (54+ knots). Regardless of which installation owners choose, they’re certain to feel unparalleled power once they take their place in the co-pilot seats. The standard inboard propulsion setup consists of twin 320 hp Volvo D4 diesels with DPI drives and a maximum speed of 40 knots. Clients can also opt for twin 440 hp Volvo D6 engines to increase their top speed to 46 knots.
The all-new VQ40: knowledge is key
At Vanquish we always carefully consider the personal contacts we have with interested parties and clients. The discussions provide us with inside knowledge of the market in which we operate and a clear image of the path we should follow to continue our success into the future.
In addition to the growing number of clients looking for a larger Vanquish, there remains a strong demand for Vanquish yachts under 45 feet. And to ensure these clients have the best possible choice, we are proud to unveil an exciting new addition to our range: the striking VQ40.
The VQ40 will be built in high-quality composite, leveraging on our experience with this material on the VQ16. Building the new yacht in composite rather than aluminium will make the VQ40 a more accessible starting model worldwide.