Behind the Seen: The Making of a Boating Feature – Boating

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Come along as we run Volvo Penta twin D6-440 diesel Aquamatic DPI inboards against Mercury V12 600hp outboards using two identically-sized SŌLACEs.

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In December of 2021, we brought our certified boat test process to the innovative Volvo Penta Aquamatic, putting it through the paces with a side-by-side run to the Bahamas from West Palm Beach, Florida. We pit the new SŌLACE 415CS center console, powered by Volvo Penta supercharged twin D6-440 diesel Aquamatic DPI inboards, against an identically-sized SŌLACE 41CS powered by Mercury V12 600hp outboards. 

Come along “behind the seen” with Boating editor-in-chief Kevin Falvey, Solace Boats president Todd Albrecht, and Volvo Penta Regional Sales Manager Arjen Steegstra as they embark on this 215-mile one way boat test, document the results for a Boating magazine feature, and have some fun along the way (fishing, snorkeling, and a quick tour of the Abacos). 

Look out for the unfiltered side-by-side comparison of performance, fuel efficiency, maneuverability, deck/transom space, and more in the April issue of Boating.

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Click here to discover all the benefits and features of the SOLACE 415CS powered by Volvo Penta.

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