Tuesday, June 15, 2010


After the acclaim of the Phoenix II commuter-style motoryacht, S&S has created a more compact commuter to expand the range. Gryphon, similar to Phoenix II, has been designed for fashionable coastal cruising and occasional offshore passage making. Powered by twin Volvo D6 engines with IPS drives she will perform efficiently while at sea and will maneuver easily at the dock. Her hull, deck, and superstructure will be constructed of lightweight composite materials to further increase performance. Traditional S&S detailing, including butterfly hatch and dorade vents, add a level of refinement and class that make her truly a sight to see.

Gryphon has been designed to accomodate one, two, and three stateroom arrangements. In each of the arrangements, a large master stateroom foreword with en suite head and separate shower is included. Aft of the master stateroom, trade-offs can be made to accommodate individual needs whether it be an expansive main salon or luxurious extra cabins for a complement of six. The wheel house features an aft dining area, helm station, and retractable aft windows. On deck, a large aft cockpit and sun bed provide the perfect place to socialize, dine, or relax.

Length Overall: 49'-3"
Length Waterline: 48'-1"
Beam, Maximum: 13'-8"
Hull Draft: 2'-3"
Displacement, Half Load (est.): 38,000 lbs
Maximum Speed: 33 knots
Cruising Speed: 28 knots
Range at Cruise: 450 nm
Fuel Oil Capacity: 500 gal
Fresh Water Capacity: 200 gal
Main Engines: 2 x Volvo Penta IPS 600
Drive Type: Volvo IPS (Options: Jet Drives - Conventional Shafts)
Thruster: Side-Power SE120 (8.5 HP)
Generator: Northern Lights M843NW3 12kW

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