November 25, 2021

Project: Steeler Bronson 75

Steeler Yachts is pushing back the boundaries with the construction of the almost 24-metre Bronson 75. Developments at the Steeler yard have gained momentum since the success of the Bronson 50, which won international awards and has set out for Mexico, USA, Ibiza and St Tropez, among other destinations. The finishing touches are currently being made to the drawings for the new aluminium Bronson 75, a ground-breaking sport yacht in every respect. It will be the largest Steeler ever built, more luxurious than any previous model, with more special features and innovations than any other in this class. Steeler Yachts' collaboration with Jonnie and Thérèse Boer of the Michelin 3-star restaurant De Librije is unique. They will be responsible for no fewer than five culinary locations on board: the beach bar in the cockpit, the spacious kitchen with 'chef's table' in the saloon, the romantic mini bar in the master bedroom and the two wet bars on the bridge and on the foredeck. The collaboration will cover the design and composition of kitchen equipment selected by Jonnie and Thérèse, along with cutlery and crockery, and the spices and ingredients, and of course a matching selection of wines. In practice, this translates into onboard gastronomic refinement. From the very best coffee and tea blends, to everything needed to prepare the most fantastic recipes recommended by the culinary couple. The characteristic axe bow and the modern underwater hull guarantee silky smooth sailing performance at sea. Three Volvo-Penta 1000hp with IPS will produce a top speed of 37 knots. A special feature in the Bronson 75 is the panoramic roof construction, which turns the wheelhouse roof into an open, streamlined T-top. The wet pool above the tender garage on the aft deck will also turn heads. Everyone can also relax onboard at the various other comfortable lounge areas in the sun. Literally at the highest level, you will find behind a modern dashboard the best steering position a skipper could wish for. The entire bridge housing is bathed in luxury, with a seating, dining and lounge area with the best all-around views. Below deck, the spacious saloon is remarkably bright thanks to a glass front and the use of the finest, lightweight materials. In total there are eight guest berth plus two for crew on board. As well as the owner's cabin, there is a large VIP guest cabin with its own wet cells. In terms of comfort, they are a close match. And then we have a two-person guest cabin on the port side and a crew cabin with its own entrance fore. The spacious lounge sofa in the saloon offers a berth for two more guests, which means a total of 10 people can spend the night on board. In total, the Bronson 75 offers more than 200 m2 of space for limitless enjoyment.

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