Aston Martin AM37: 007’s Bound To Need A Speedboat At Some Point


Want to feel like James Bond? Dress up dapper and drive an Aston Martin.   Want to feel like James Bond while traveling in the water? Get one of those Lotus Esprit Series 1 Submarine Cars. If a vintage submersible isn’t quite the kind of watercraft you’re looking for, maybe this Aston Martin AM37 Speedboat can fill the 007 hole in your heart.

No, this isn’t any sort of official James Bond vehicle. Instead, it’s a new watercraft that brings the Aston Martin pedigree into a ride designed to slice through water, combining the badge's expertise in sports cars with Quintessence Yachts’ prowess building watercrafts.


The Aston Martin AM37 is a 37-foot boat offered in two flavors: a standard 44-knot version and an S variant that takes the speed up to 52 knots. Hull is constructed using a composite material, with structural parts cut in carbon fiber, based on original naval architecture created by Netherlands-based Mulder Design, who, themselves, have fashioned a number of famed luxury superyachts named after certain Bond movies, including Octopussy and Moonraker. Not a lot of specs are out yet, but it will have two single-person seats right behind the navigation and group seating in the rear, so it should handle four to five people without much space issues. Sporty performance and luxury are, of course, expected to be a big part of the boat, along with modern tech conveniences, including a touchscreen nav, multimedia system, and remote-control functions.


Head over to Quintessence Yachts to find out more about the Aston Martin AM37.

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2 Responses

  1. William

    This is truly a beautiful, master-piece of a boat. I’ve never seen anything like this before, and the speeds are pretty impressive–and substantially rated. There’s no obvious turbo-engines physically present externally, and to minimize ‘tackiness’ I guess they have internalized all of these parts, or they just haven’t been added to the imagery yet because they are still designing these. The interior literally looks handcrafted, and the quality is truly beautiful. It looks like really nice leather. It reminds me of a Rolls-Royce, but on the water! Could you take a boat like this out deep-sea fishing? How would it hold up against larger waves or more ‘intense’ weathering? Is there a customizable hard or soft-top available for this boat? Anyone here anticipate the starting price range on this? I’m thinking $90-$140K just to start, without being ‘loaded’.

  2. christine

    wow such a sweet boat, I wonder if they’ll come out with a Rolls Royce boat next. What about an Aston Martin plane? Is that what the G6 is?? that’s crazy how fast it is, but idk how comfortable i would feel taking this out for fishing out on the ocean and trying to weather any sort of storms with it. it looks more like a performance boat and one that i’d prefer to keep closer to the shore. my husband pilots boats regularly for work, so he’d be the expert on this. ill definitely have to show him this, so cool!


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