Vicem Yachts is preparing for the debut of the Vicem 67 at the Palm Beach International Boat Show in March.
The Vicem 67 is a flybridge model with an upper helm station, a foredeck sun pad and a covered aft deck for alfresco dining.
Powered by twin 1,000-horsepower Volvo Penta D13 diesels with conventional shaft drives, the Vicem 67 is expected to have a 16-knot cruise speed and a 25-knot top hop.
Inside is a three-stateroom, four-head layout. The forward and amidships staterooms both have king-size berths, while the starboard guest stateroom has a double. Crew quarters for two are aft with an eat-in galley and laundry area.
“The 67 Cruiser is a new design that will accommodate the needs of our clients who may want to cruise the open ocean,” Sinan Unal, chief naval architect and marine engineer, stated in a press release. “With the benefit of comfortable accommodations, space for a crew to manage the yacht, and additional flybridge space, our cold-molded construction allows our clients to get everything they want in a yacht that’s beyond the ordinary.”
What is the Vicem 67’s range? With standard engines, Vicem is projecting a range of 800 nautical miles at cruise speed. At 8 knots, range would increase to 2,250 nautical miles
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