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Uniesse Announces the New HTC5

The Exuma HTC5 Yacht is a massively capable vessel.

July 10, 2020
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The Uniesse HTC5 has a notably sleek exterior. Courtesy Uniesse

Uniesse has recently announced the development of the Exuma HTC5 Yacht line, a vessel that is designed for cruising, fishing, diving and extended stays aboard. She is, in effect, a sport utility vehicle for the sea.

The Exuma series was named after the glamorous and pristine Exuma island chain in the Bahamas. The line will have four different models, all of which are hand-built with care at the company’s efficiently run, Pisa, Italy, manufacturing yard. A major selling point is that the yachts can all be customized to an owner’s whims, depending on what he plans on using the boat for, primarily.

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The HTC5’s cockpit and swim platform were designed for water-borne activities. Courtesy Uniesse
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The spacious foredeck with sunpads on the Uniesse HTC5 is excellent for lounging. Courtesy Uniesse

The model is 54 feet, 7 inches long, and evolved from Uniesse’s popular Open Series’ hull, which was penned by yacht designer Fred Hudson. Her beam is a respectable 15 feet, 2 inches, and the volume it affords her allows her to comfortably fit 14 passengers and sleep 6 guests. Despite her onboard space however, the HTC5 has sleek and aerodynamic lines that will make her immediately stand out from other express cruisers in any port.

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“The Exuma line from Uniesse is designed with unsurpassed luxurious accommodations, copious living spaces, and high performance that provides superior course handling while underway in all sea conditions,” said David Schwedel, Executive Director of Uniesse. “The yacht is built with ultimate versatility combined with the top-quality Italian craftsmanship and attention to every fine detail. The exemplary construction makes Exuma the ultimate yacht within her range.”

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A galley down format on the Uniesse HTC5 allows for privacy for the chef. Courtesy Uniesse
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Twin helm seats enjoy clear lines of sight on the Uniesse HTC5. Courtesy Uniesse

The first HTC5 will soon be shipped to South Florida, where her lucky owner plans to use her in a variety of ways, just as she was designed to do. Keep an eye out for her at a marina near you in the near future. 

Take the next step: uniesse.com

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