Krogen 68 Expedition
Kadey-Krogen, building on the popularity of its 55 Expedition, is introducing a 64 Expedition and a 68 Expedition with plans in the works for an 80 Expedition.
“Truly, this project is a result of a collaborative effort between the Krogen family of Expedition series owners, prospective owners and the Kadey-Krogen in-house design team, led by naval architect Dave Glasco,” Kadey-Krogen President John Gear stated in a news release.
The 64 and 68 are each designed to be handled by two people, though crew space is aboard if needed. The pilothouse in each offers 360-degree views, and a guest or captain’s cabin is available in this space. A portside galley is a few steps down, allowing the cook and the skipper to converse aboard both models.
Tender stowage on the foredeck suits a 15-footer on the 64 Expedition or a 17-footer on the 68 Expedition. Like the 55 Expedition, the new models incorporate three keels with a design meant to improve fuel efficiency. Headroom in each engine room is more than 6 feet, and the list of standard features is long.
Look for details at this fall’s boat shows, or head over to www.kadeykrogen.com for more information.