Kadey-Krogen Goes Highly Custom

Destiny, the 20th Krogen 58, has a unique fishing setup, underwater lights and more.

December 6, 2013

Krogen 58 Destiny

Destiny is the 20th Krogen 58 to launch, and the most highly customized yet. Courtesy Kadey-Krogen

Kadey-Krogen Yachts in Stuart, Florida, just splashed its 20th Krogen 58, Destiny — and set a new standard for customization with the popular model.

Destiny‘s owners are avid sailors, anglers and divers who plan to cruise in the Mediterranean during summer 2014 after the raised pilothouse design is displayed at February’s Miami International Boat Show. The builder is keen to show off Destiny‘s special features, which include a custom swim and fishing platform along with a live well and extra freezers, underwater lights, extra fuel stowage for longer-distance cruising and tender use, a professional-quality galley, a radar arch integrated with the hardtop to support dual radars and a FLIR camera for all-weather cruising, universal power converters and a gangway for docking pretty much anywhere.

“From the beginning, the Krogen 58 has been available with many choices in special features—single or twin engines, and multiple stateroom and office arrangements—but the 20th Krogen 58, Destiny, brings a new level of one-to-one collaboration with customers to bring a dream boat to fruition,” the builder stated in a press release.


If you can’t make it to the Miami boat show, you can also check out Destiny at Kadey-Krogen’s open house in Stuart on January 24 and 25. Learn more at


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