July 14, 2011

New Model: Intermarine 75

Intermarine continues its new course and along with the 60, it presented at the Rio Boat show the 75 model.  While similar on the exterior lines to the 60, this current flagship of Intermarine is a design of Luiz de Basto who for a 75 feet motor yacht presents again a sports low profile line.  Something seen on the 60 but looking more impressive on the 75. Inside the accommodation plan will have four double guest suites, located in the traditional form of owners stateroom to midships, VIP suite to fore, two twin cabins in between.  All the cabins have en-suite bathrooms.  To aft below is a crew lobby which has two cabins with four berths, small galley and an L-shaped dinette.  The main deck living area of the Intermarine 75 is about open spaces full of natural light thanks to the huge glass surfaces surrounding all the area.  Two steps split level the main interior dividing entertainment located on entrance and lower, with the more working area having galley, dining table and helm to port side.  To note in the helm are the two adjustable sports car seats for helmsman and co-pilot, and the single glass of the windshield which has no mullions at the center.  This apart giving better visibility is also more aesthetically clean for the Intermarine 75, and is quite an engineering challenge to achieve.  Just as the 60, the flybridge of the 75 is all reserved for entertainment with two sun pads to aft and fore, a dinette, wet bar and helm station to port side. Tender stowage is located to aft with high low bathing platform making for easy launching and recovery. Power is from twin MAN 1550hp engines.  The optional choice should give a 34 knots top speed with 30 of cruise. 
Technical Data:
LOA - 23.5 m (77.9ft)
Hull Length - 23.15 m
Beam - 5.5 m
Draft - 1.65 m
Displacement - 42 t dry
Fuel Capacity - 5000 l
Water Capacity - 1200 l
Accommodation - 8 guest berths in 4 cabins, 4 crew berths in 2 cabins 
Engines - 2 x MAN 1550hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 34 knots max 30 knots cruise 1550hp
Project - Luiz de Basto designs

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