The world's first 3D-printed fiberglass boat is set to make its debut at the 2020 Genova Boat Show. The boat comes from a company named Moi Composites who created the vessel using a patented technology called continuous fiber manufacturing to digitally render the boat. The thermoset material provides strength, adds durability, and keeps the craft lightweight. The Mambo is about 21 feet long and a little over 8 feet wide and weighs in at around 1,700 pounds. Features include a navigation system, white leather seats, cork flooring, and a 113 hp engine. The boat also has a unique hull resembling an inverted tricycle that was inspired by famous powerboat designer Sonny Levi.