Delux touches like teak brightwork, padded coamings lined in sedate upholstery, a custom paint-job and diamond-stitched seating throughout welcome guests aboard, while the stamp of quality is evident in the stainless steel fixtures peppered across the deck. Head out onto the foredeck to discover a double-width day-bed with a comfortable backrest and a forward livewell hidden beneath the cushions, as well as two chaise-longues that double as sports lockers. In-sole there is a fish-box, while wide-side decks then lead back to a mammoth, non-slip, self-bailing cockpit where the fishing focus shifts up a gear. A 90-gallon transom livewell with an aquarium-lid and Aristo Blue lining is joined by plenty of flush rod-holders in the gunwale, elevated rocket launchers, a wash-down hose, in-deck insulated fish-boxes, a steel-lined Hooker sea chest, a trio of tackle drawers and a port-side dive-door perfect for hauling aboard your catch. Also back here are a pair of GG Schmitt transom seats that can be folded away while you are in the thick of the action, and an aft-facing, triple-width sofa that sits atop a vast ice cooler.
Three plush Release Marine armchairs sit beneath a floating T-Top with a lighting system and behind wrap-around Costa Clear or ProCurve glazing to keep the captain and his or her companions dry and sheltered as they command the helm. On this extra-wide dashboard there are high-end goodies like three 17-inch Garmin or Simrad MFD screens, a power-assisted steering wheel on a teak helm pod, Bocatech switches, joystick handling, a high-speed compass, hand-held VHF radio, bow-thruster controls, room for your fishing extras and options like Seakeeper 3 stabilizer switches. Built into the helm console itself is a port-side door allowing access to a head compartment with a shower nozzle, room for rod storage and the vessel’s electrical panel.
A proprietary stepped V, ventilated tunnel hull with a 24-degree transom deadrise features sports-molded fiberglass for a sturdy, lightweight and secure feel as you coast across the waves. There are an array of engine options available to fire this yacht to top speeds of over 63 knots, including triple Mercury 450R outboards, triple Yamaha 425 motors or even quad Mercury 450Rs for an adrenalin-pumping experience. In a mere 30 seconds you will hit 26 knots, while thanks to a 557 gallon fuel tank you will be out on the water for the long-haul at a cruising speed of around 39 knots.