Modeled after proven North Atlantic commercial trawlers, her
heavy full-displacement hull is ideally suited for the rigors of open ocean travel.
The design of the raised pilothouse is rooted in tradition but also highly functional
and has become a hallmark of expedition yachts in this class.
With efficient, commercially-rated diesel engines and voluminous fuel tanks, she can easily travel 5,000 nautical miles at 6-7 knots without the need for refueling. The interior floor plan of the 65 includes three spacious staterooms, each with its own private ensuite head, and a crew quarters for two
The interior varnish of American Ash reflects the owners'' wishes, as does the
custom-installed teak flooring, an extensive Furuno electronic package and
Seakeeper M35 Gyro Stabilizer.
B 65 will undergo extensive sea trials in the South China Sea later this month and will be delivered to her owner on May 15th.