The Summit Motoryachts 54 was designed for life on the water. The vessel is an excellent choice for boaters who enjoy longer journeys and who “really use their boat.”
Stepping aboard the yacht, you will find a teak sole matched with a teak dining settee at the transom. A two-stool bar setup is forward and to port, while teak steps lead up to the flying bridge. A part of that bridge deck extends aft to lend shade to the entire area. A Fusion sound system floods the deck with tunes.
Another outdoor entertainment area on the main deck is the sun lounge on the foredeck. Twin sunpads are aft of a bench seat for three. A canopy shades most of this area making it both a great place for some privacy, or, if you’re feeling tired, for a nap. The forepeak is a teak-soled workspace for crew.
Up top, on the flying bridge, there is another sun lounge all the way forward, with an adjacent bridge so you can wet your whistle while bronzing up. Aft of that are two helm chairs, slightly offset to starboard. The lines of sight up here are very good and this vantage point should be useful for docking. The after end of the flying bridge will most likely be used for tender stowage, as it has a hydraulic crane.
The yacht interior is equally well designed. Walnut wood and horizontal lines reign supreme in the salon, where wraparound windows let in lots of natural light. Silestone countertops in the galley offer a stylish look. A breakfast nook to starboard is served by a collapsible teak table.
Down below there is a spacious amidships master, a forepeak VIP and a third cabin, for guests.
This yacht has twin 542 hp Cummins QSB6.7s that can get her up to a top hop of 26 knots and have her cruising for 330 nautical miles at 23 knots.
All told, this is a versatile vessel that will keep her passengers comfortable and happy, while providing pleasing performance numbers and lots of onboard design details to love.
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