|Category||Motor Yachts, Pilothouse, Mega Yachts|
|Propulsion Type||Twin Inboard|
|ENGINEERING DETAILS, SPECIFICATION & EQUIPMENT|
Propulsion and Control
Ship’s Electrical System
|The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.|
Phil Friedman, New Build & Refit Consultant
DWIGHT TRACY & FRIENDS NEW BUILD PROGRAM
Value Added Service From Concept to Delivery
|Speed and Distance|
|Engine Model||8V2000 M72|
|Engine Type||Twin Inboard|
This remarkable raised pilothouse yacht deftly blends a highly efficient and stable catamaran hull form with exterior styling and interior design by an award-winning international yacht designer.
Her semi-displacement catamaran hulls run at exceedingly high speed-to-length ratios, without planing and, consequently, without requiring the large horsepower input of traditional monohull vessels. Her broad beam and twin-hull footprint provide a high level of stability both at rest and underway, without the complication and added cost of active zero-speed stabilization.
Inside, bright, airy common spaces on her main deck make for pleasant living and entertaining. Her raised pilothouse arrangement makes for a reasonable separation between entertaining and navigation activities, while a main deck suite forward provides truly sumptuous private space for her owner. Two double-berth VIP staterooms and a twin-berth cabin on her lower deck round out her accommodations.
On deck, her generous beam and broad bridge deck provide all manner of space for lounging and relaxing. And her aft deck incorporates a dining table and chairs for eight, and presents and exceedingly pleasant lounging area.
Because her hull form yields higher speeds per unit of power input than with conventional monohulls, this 80 footer is exceedingly flexible. With the standard power package, she can push to a genuine 30 knots, yet will run comfortably at 20 to 25 knots when asked to do so. At a passage-making speed of 12 knots, her range borders on being phenomenal. She truly approaches being a yacht for all seasons, and reasons.
Within the limits of her main transverse stuctural bulkheads and predetermined engine and machinery spaces, a significant degree of customization is possible.