76' OCEAN TRAWLER YACHT IN STEEL CONSTRUCTION
Designed by world known na Bray yacht designs.
This tough 76 foot steel cruiser is the second of the Working Yachts series, now under construction for a Vancouver, B.C. client. The first 76 was delivered last year after making an 8300 mile delivery trip through the Panama to its San Diego home port.
Each vessel is built to order on a standard hull form and machinery package. Both interior and superstructure layout are customized based on client input and requirements. The first vessel was specifically designed for serious fishing and included two refrigerated fish holds, a built-in live bait tank and room for a very large portable bait tank in the cockpit. Rod holders abound everywhere: in the cockpit and all along the boat deck aft rail.
The interior has been comfortably fitted out in teak, with a master stateroom, 2 guest staterooms, and a crew cabin forward, as well as a roomy main salon, galley and pilothouse.
This second vessel has a master stateroom aft, large exercise room and two guest cabins forward. The main deck features wide side decks and includes a spacious main salon, separate dinette, and galley, all made possible by the 22 foot beam.
Forward and up 4 steps is the pilothouse with helmseat and settee, extensive electronics, and a convenient day head. It has all the features that have become a standard of the Working Yachts line; heavy steel construction in excess of ABS requirements for Unrestricted Offshore Use, a bulbous bow, fixed or fixed/active stabilizers, model-tested fuel-efficient hull, full collision and watertight bulkheads, and twin screws in protected shaft skegs.
Twin 330 hp John Deere engines produce a top speed of just over 12 knots with a long range cruise of 5000 miles at 9 knots.
A Working Yacht 80 ft. Expedition and an 85 ft. Pilothouse version are also sold and are starting construction later this year. Working Yachts are available in a wide range of sizes direct from the architects.
We offer to build this yacht in Korea with KR class.
| ||L.W.L.||70'-0"||Power||2 x 330 h.p.|
| ||Beam||22'-0"||Displacement||180,000 lbs|
Interesting parties, please do not hestiate to let us know for further discussions.