March 15, 2011

New Model: Spencer 66

Spencer Yachts continues to improve itself with each new custom launch representing a way forward from its previous build. The 66 is one of the latest constructed sportfish yachts from the North Carolina located Spencer and is a fully custom build, constructed in traditional cold molding method, with modern technology being used in the form of a foam core by the name of Corecell used above the water line. Interior accommodation offers four cabins sleeping a total of seven. Owners stateroom which features an en-suite shower head is located to mid ship port side. The interior of the first 66 was finished in light oak finish, with Wenge wood inserts in the lower deck. Power for the 66 is twin Cats 1825hp which give a cruise speed of 33 knots.
Technical Data:
LOA - 20.1 m (66ft)
Beam - 5.63 m
Draft - 1.98 m
Displacement - 30844 kg
Fuel Capacity - 7760 l
Water Capacity - 1135 l
Accommodation - 7 berths in 4 cabins
Engines - 2 x Cats C32 Acerts 1825hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 33 knots cruise
Hull - modified Vee with 9 degrees deadrise aft
Construction - cold molded wood with fiberglass, and epoxy. Corecell core used above the waterline.
Project - Paul Spencer

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