Aston Martin unveiled a luxurious yacht and submarine at the Monaco Yacht Show

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Aston Martin made a big boating debut at this year’s Monaco Yacht Show.

The luxury car maker showed off its AM37 yacht that first debuted in September 2016. The bespoke boat was made in conjunction with Quintessence Yacht and starts at $1.64 million.

But that’s not all Aston Martin had to show in Monaco. The car maker also revealed the designs for its first submarine, codenamed Project Neptune.

Scroll down for a closer look at Aston Martin’s creations for the sea:


Aston Martin started working on its AM37 in 2014 and officially debuted the boat in 2016.

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The luxury car brand has actually started delivering the AM37 to the first few lucky buyers. Aston Martin is only making 8 to 12 boats a year, so it’s hard to come by.

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Aston Martin is selling two versions of the boat. The base model relies on twin 370-hp diesel engines or two 430-hp gasoline engines to reach a top speed of 45 knots. It costs $1.64 million.

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The other version, the AM37S, comes with twin 520-hp engines to reach a top speed of 50 knots. It costs around $2.1 million and two prototypes are on display at Monaco.

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Both boat trims come with a carbon fiber dashboard that was designed to mimic Aston Martin sports cars. The dashboard features a control monitor, navigation system, and entertainment display.

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It also comes with a bathroom, refrigerator, microwave oven, coffee machine, and air conditioning.

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Aston Martin also unveiled the designs for its first submarine, dubbed Project Neptune. Aston Martin is collaborating with Triton Submarines on the design, which will result in a limited edition run.

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Aston Martin didn’t provide a price for the submarine but said the first version will be delivered in 2018.

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The submarine is meant to evoke the same design proportions as Aston Martin’s Valkyrie hypercar.

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