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Introducing the Capoforte SQ240i electric boat

by Capoforte 22 Sep 2022 12:32 BST 22-27 September 2022
Capoforte SQ240i © Capoforte Boats

This year, a star is born in Genova. Come and see our brand new SQ240i, the electric revolution by Capoforte at Salone Nautico.

From September 22nd to 27th we are honered of being the guests of a special partner of us: SQ240i will be in display at Yamaha Stand, n degreesBC1 in Pavillon B.

Innovation and craftmanship

Future is a placid sea, wherein the rivers of past and present flow. Our rush to innovation comes from the knowledge and respect of the tradition of yacht manufacturing.

Space for your breathing

An innovative convertible layout maximizes the main deck spaces, giving new room to relaxation and contemplation.

The dimension of silence

The absence of vibrations, noise and emissions unveils a new horizon, made of clearness, silence, pure emotion.

Design and comfort

The profile is clean, essential; it seems drawn by a single brushstroke. The spaces on board, clear and enveloping, inspire relaxation. In silence, a new way of experiencing the boat becomes possible.


  • Length overall: 7.38 m
  • Maximum beam: 2.46 m
  • Person capacity: 10
  • Fridge: 3 x 30 l (optional)
  • Water capacity: 50 l (optional)
  • Building material: Glass Fiber
  • Engine: 1x Molabo ISCAD V50 50Kw, 1x Yamaha Harmo Rim-Drive Electric 3.7 Kw
  • Battery pack: Max 4X200A 48V LiFePO4
  • Design: Christian Grande
  • Builder: Cantieri Aschenez

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