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DutchCraft Delivers Custom DC56

The DutchCraft DC56 will go into charter in Florida.

July 2, 2020
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The salon has ocean views in all directions. Courtesy DutchCraft

DutchCraft in the Netherlands has delivered a custom DC56 to an owner in South Florida. The owner plans to offer the yacht for charter there and in the Bahamas.

The yacht’s name is Go-N-Hot, which is the same name as owner Matt Kutcher’s special-effects company for movie, television and other productions.

“I say ‘going hot’ on set to let everyone know an explosion is about to happen,” Kutcher stated in a press release.

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The DutchCraft DC56 Go-N-Hot has a top speed of 32 knots. Courtesy DutchCraft

Amenities that Kutcher requested include PWC stowage on the bow, paddleboard stowage on the flybridge, numerous rod holders for fishing, and an onboard dive compressor. DutchCraft also added extra bottle stowage, built-in tackle boxes, Seabob charging stations, and a custom vanity in the master stateroom.

Ready to roam: Go-N-Hot has twin Volvo Penta IPS950s. According to DutchCraft, the yacht’s top speed is 32 knots. At cruise speed, range is reportedly 840 nautical miles.

Take the next step: go to dutchcraft.com

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