The Frauscher 747 Mirage is not a Boeing but comparable with a top speed of 56 knots in its 430 hp version.

Frauscher is a builder of motor boats, electric boat and sailing yachts like the H-Boot based in Austria since 1927. The 747 Mirage is one of their newest baby is with a length of 7.47m a very stylish day boat or superyacht tender.

The 747 Mirage was designed by also Austria-based product design studio KISKA. Gerald Kiska, CEO commented:

“The 747 Mirage further differentiates the Frauscher brand with a strong design language that is distinct both in its sophistication and its clear link to automotive design. Classic Frauscher design features like the “Z” shaped split line are carried over, while the low nose, exaggerated feature lines and impressive side air intakes result in a design that is sophisticated, strong and supercar-inspired. In terms of performance and styling, there is nothing like the 747 Mirage in its class.”

Harry Miesbauer of /h/arry miesbauer yachts design, responsible for the hydrodynamic of the 747 Mirage says:

“The hull lines of the Frauscher 747 Mirage feature a vertical bow with deep V front sections for a smooth ride in waves. The aft sections feature a slightly deeper V for a more sporty response in the curves. A lot of attention was paid to elongate the waterlines as much as possible to reduce resistance and increase straight line speed. Two additional spray rails were added right after the step to push the bow a little down in the high speed range, just to give it a safer feeling on the helm when pushing hard.“
Main specifications
Length over all:7.47 m
Beam:2.50 m
Design:KISKA, Thomas Gerzer
Engine:MAX. 320 HP/ 240 KW
Max. Speed56 knots (430 HP)
Construction:Harry Miesbauer
Persons:6