The Ocean 63 is the first boat in Hunt Yachts’ new series. She’s a flying bridge motoryacht with a Downeast look and feel that will appeal to seasoned cruisers. The Ocean 63 has the proven deep V bottom design that was pioneered by C. Raymond Hunt and can spend a day entertaining friends close to home or slow down and take some close friends on an extended passage.
The C in Nimbus' new C11 is for Commuter. She can carry 9 people in the protected confines of the salon and convert easily to a family yacht for day boating. Belowdecks, she sleeps four and has a full galley and private head. She’s available with outboard or inboard power.
The Riviera 64 Sports Motor Yacht is designed for owners who want the bluewater sportfish looks but also want to enjoy a variety of activities. The Sports Motor Yacht designation indicates that the boat will have an enclosed flying bridge. She’s available with a choice of accommodations plans.
CL Yachts is a division of the Cheoy Lee shipyards and focuses on yachts under 100’ (30.48 m). The yachts are further divided into two categories, A and B. The A-series is the more express series of yachts while the B class is the more traditional long-range cruising yachts. So, what we have here is the CL Yachts CLB72 – the 72’ (hull length) (21.95 m) version of the B series yacht.
The North Pacific Yachts 49 Euro Pilothouse takes all the elements that make the NP49 a proven long-range cruiser and enhances them with fixtures, upholstery and wood treatments that give her a more modern upscale feel.
Several years ago, Aquila did some far-reaching surveys of catamaran owners as to what prevented them from moving into a large yacht-category cat. One of the most frequent answers was aesthetics. Simply put, large catamarans had too much of a boxy look to them. Owners wanted a yacht that looked like a yacht.