Revel Yachts Announces New 44S

Revel Yachts Announces New 44S


Sporting an elegant design and luxurious interior, the new 44S from Revel Yachts combines elegant European design with the best of American craftsmanship. Designed as both the ideal family day boat and weekend family cruiser, the 44S pairs innovation and reliability with its luxurious design, offering the practicality of a center console and the amenities of a cruising yacht.

“I’ve been working on boats my entire life, and my goal with Revel Yachts was pretty simple — create the highest quality and most reliable boat that money can buy,” says CEO Joshua St. Germain. “I am excited to have been chosen to lead the Revel team and collaborate with many of our high quality industry partners and vendors to deliver a yacht that sets a new benchmark for reliability, quality, and luxury.”

The interior and exterior are designed by Macra Naval Architecture of La Spezia, Italy, hull design is by Bill Prince Yacht Design of Wisconsin, and the 44S will be built by Maine-based Lyman-Morse.

A full cabin below, forward settee that converts into a berth, queen berth aft and full head with a shower offers overnight comfort, with a portside galley and Herculan Marine Decks from Teakdecking Systems standard, and real teak as an option. 

The 44S sports a custom glass helm display made by Seatronx, offers Starlink internet as an option, and the Revel team is developing an app for remote connectivity.

“The Revel team has the vision and drive to create a yacht that is highly differentiated from our competitors,” adds Revel Yachts Chairman Luis de Luzuriaga, a lifelong boater, seasoned investor, and business executive. “Throughout the process the team has not compromised on quality, safety, or styling — and I can say with confidence that the final product will be second to none.”

Standard power comes from triple 400-hp Mercury V10 Verado engines for a top speed of 46 knots, with an option for twin or triple 600-hp V12s.

Revel anticipates the launch of the first 44S in the second half of 2024. To learn more, visit



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