Scanner Marine presents the 2019-2020 novelties on display in Cannes and Genoa
The first images of the new Scanner Envy 1100 TT make you dream, because Montemitro Design must be acknowledged to have made another small jewel of its collection.
To tell the truth, there is little if not the new T-Top, but (as always) everything is developed with great style and attention to the balance of volumes and color combinations, played here on the contrast between the neoprene hypalon ( Orca Pennel Industries from 1670 dtex) of the tubulars and the fabrics of the cushions, all light, and the dark colors of the hull and the fiberglass parts that surround the cockpit.
Even if from the images one would not say, under the volume of the central console there is a cabin that is able to offer a double bed and a baby bath. So cruising (with a little spirit of adaptation) is certainly not precluded, even if the Envy 1100 TT Scanner has been designed for daytime use and is ideal.
Double sundeck, the stern one located above the engine compartment (efb version), the bow one convertible into the dining area, a second dinette can also be set up in the center of the boat, with the table fold-down from the driver's seat structure, which incorporates grill, lavelloefrigo.
The engine is entrusted to a pair of Suzuki 350 hp capable of flying the Envy 1100 HT Scanner at 47 knots; alternatively, a pair of sterndrives can also be mounted.
But it is only one of the set-up possibilities offered by the Envy 1400 Scanner: in fact, you can also opt for an outboard version (double or triple), or diesel or petrol sterndrive for a maximum power of 1500 hp (minimum 800 hp).
As always, everything will be customizable, being able to choose both the engines and transmissions, and the color combinations to fully customize the Envy 1400 Scanner.
The choice of size was defined based on the desire to give the Envy 1400 Scanner a cabin that could accommodate two couples of friends for multi-day cruises.
Thus the bow double bed is doubled from the one in the center of the boat, leaving room for a dinette and above all for a well-sized separate toilet room.
Thus, in tackling the design of the new Scanner Envy 1400, Montemitro Design has on the one hand respected the "Scanner style" he himself designed, therefore with an important presence of fiberglass on the entire circumference of the cockpit, even if in the area of bow the two tubulars are more visible than the 1100.
Much attention has also been paid to liveability on deck: the aft solarium on the engine room provides a passage of teak in the center, the dinette amidships, served by the complete kitchen cabinet, is equipped with two retractable tables.