Beaufort, NC (June 27, 2016) – Fresh off the drafting board and with the main specifications finalized, Jarrett Bay Boatworks announces the start of construction on their newest build, hull #63. While Jarrett Bay has been known for implementing cutting-edge innovations and designs into their custom sportfishing yachts, this may end up being the most unique looking yet. Upon delivery, this 67-footer will feature a built-in swim platform (stretching her length beyond 67 feet), a trunk cabin with in-cabin helm along with several other firsts for the North Carolina boat builder.
Her striking appearance on the water immediately invokes memories of classic sportfish and motoryachts of decades past, but her sleek lines, impressive bow flare and tumblehome will give away her Carolina heritage. The sole helm station will be situated in the main cabin which features excellent sight lines thanks to a full wrap-around glass treatment. The throwback trunk cabin design will have a nostalgic feel, but with all the modern performance, technology and amenities that today’s yachtsmen have come to expect.
LOA: 67’ 3″
Waterline: 60′ 8″
Beam: 18’ 8”
Draft: 4′ 10″
Fuel: 1,600 gallons
Water: 200 gallons
Waste: 150 gallons
Dry Weight: Approx. 70,000 lbs.
Cockpit & Mezzanine: 195 sq. ft.
Power: Twin Cat C18A @ 1,135hp each
Generator: Twin Cat C2.2T @ 27kW each
Stabilizer: Seakeeper SK16