Intermarine, the Brazilian shipyard leader in luxury yachts in the country, presents their new Intermarine 65, continuing their aggressive expansion of its range of products. The model was pre-launched at the Rio Boat Show 2011, but is now here and ready to make a splash.
Excellent performance, plenty of space, original design and sophisticated and contemporary interior characterize the new 65, the only yacht of its category in the world to offer four comfortable cabins, with no bunk beds.
One of the biggest models of the new Intermarine range, it is a yacht for the owners who enjoy cruising and sleeping on board an also for those who like to bring family and friends together for a tour and celebrations. The 65 accommodates comfortably up to 23 persons for a cruise during the day. It accommodates 8 persons in two suites and two cabins, besides 2 crew members on overnight stay.
The design of the new model, projected by Luiz de Basto Designs studio, blends the mildness of the organic forms of the large windows with details that express all its strength, as the sportive air entrances in stainless steel, and the flybridge arch, of remarkable presence.
The large windows areas of the New Intermarine 65, besides bringing a lot of natural light to the interior, allow admiring the sea through a more beautiful perspective. The contrast between the light and dark tones of the furniture makes the environment light and cozy. The performance of the new yacht can reach speeds of 34 knots.
The flybridge of the new 65 is large and comfortable, with two solariums, an ample sofa with table for meals. And it may have part of its layout customized by the owner when ordering the yacht. Another solarium for four persons can be at the bow is the perfect space for a sunbath.
The swim platform is two meters long and it is equipped with hydraulic lift that takes it under the water level, being used as a private beach on board and it allows hoisting a dinghy or a jet-ski easily. The hydraulic gangway is conveniently installed to port, optimizing the space of the swim platform. It also has a gourmet center with barbecue grill, sink and cutting board.
The stern area has a comfortable sofa, a table for meals, cooler and several storage compartments. Accessed through the stern, the crew cabin accommodates two crew members and has a private bathroom.
The salon of the new 65 is divided in living room, dining room, galley and helm station. The large windows make the ambience illuminated and offer a magnificent view over the sea. The galley of the 65 is special. Integrated to the salon and totally equipped, it is beside the elegant dining room and also has a large view to the sea.
At the lower deck, the master suite, located amidships, occupies all the width of the boat. With queen-sized bed and generous windows, it is a privileged environment with a special bathroom. The toilet occupies an isolated area. The shower box is separated and closed. And the generous windows over the sink offer an incomparable view to the sea.
The suite vip, located at the bow, has a double bed, large windows with view to the sea and its bathroom with closed shower box is elegant and functional.
The starboard guest suite of the 65 has two comfortable twin beds and spacious wardrobes. There is an exclusive access to the elegant bathroom, with closed shower box.
Equally sophisticated, the portside guest suite has spacious wardrobes and two single beds, perfect for the relaxing moments.
The two 1200 hp engines each take the New Intermarine 65 at 34 knots of top speed and 30 knots of cruise speed, with excellent navigability and absolute comfort.
Technical data – ISO 8666
Lenght overall 21.1 m (69′ 22″)
Hull lenght with swim platform 20.65 m (67′ 74″)
Maximum beam 5.20 m (17′ 06″)
Maximum draft 1.60 m (5′ 24″)
Height above water line (*) 4.99 m (16′ 37″)
Aft deadrise 15.5°
Unladen displacement (**) 32 t
Laden displacement (***) 38 t
Maximum speed 34 knots
Cruise speed 30 knots
Water tank 1000 l (264.17 US gls)
Engines 2 x 1200 hp
Passengers capacity 23
Cabins 4 + 1
Berths 8 + 2
Project Luiz de Basto Designs
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