Vicem Yachts has revealed more details about its 67 Cruiser, which is in build now with a premiere for Hull. No. 1 scheduled at this fall’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
Projections are for the twin 600-horsepower Volvo Penta diesels to produce a cruising speed of 16 knots and a top hop of 20 knots. Range at cruising speed is expected to be 800 nautical miles, with an increase to 2,200 nautical miles if the throttles are pulled back to 8 knots.
Inside, the layout will have three staterooms and four heads—including two staterooms with king-size berths, and a day head that Vicem has added on the main deck since the project was initially unveiled.
Formal dining will be to port across from the galley, and the lower helm will be open to the salon’s social spaces. Alfresco dining will be on the aft deck, with more space for guest relaxation and snacks up on the flybridge.
Will the Vicem 67 Cruiser have crew quarters? Yes, for two crew located aft.
For more information, visit: vicemyachts.com