September 19, 2011

Project: Intermarine 65

Intermarine, the Brazilian shipyard leader in luxury yachts in the country, presents the new 65 project, another model of its new range of products set to launch at the Sao Paulo Boat Show 2011. The project of the 65 was pre-launched at the Rio Boat Show 2011, with scale models and renderings shown there for the first time.  The 65 continues Intermarine theme of excellent performance, plenty of space, original design and sophisticated and contemporary interior characteristics.  But the new 65 as the new Intermarine models show will have a first, to be the only yacht of its size in the world to offer four comfortable guest cabins, with no bunk beds, and full beam to midships owners cabin. Third in large size dimension of the new Intermarine range behind the 85 and 75, it is a yacht for the owner user who enjoy cruising and sleeping on board and 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.  During the night it sleeps eight persons in two suites and two cabins, besides two crew members located in separate private quarters aft.  Surprising in this comfortable layout is the master stateroom located to midships, and using full beam space.  It features a queen sized bed looking to the ships port side, large size view windows, and a separate shower head room.  The design of the new model, project of Luiz de Basto Designs studio, blends the mildness of the organic forms of the large windows with details that express strength, as the sports air entrances in stainless steel, and the flybridge radar arch, of remarkable presence.  The large windows areas of the 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, that can reach 34 knots of maximum speed from twin 1200hp MAN engines.