Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Phoenix II


This Sparkman & Stephens' 68' Commuter Yacht is a modern classic with nostalgic styling reminiscent of a bygone era. She has been designed for fashionable, high-speed, near coastal cruising and occasional offshore passage making. Narrow beam and an efficient hull form make her quick to plane; she is easily driven by two screws conventionally coupled to high output marine diesel engines. Her performance is further bolstered by lightweight composite hull, deck, and superstructure construction.

Accommodations for six include a luxurious master stateroom aft with en suite head and separate shower, a spacious forward VIP cabin, a second head and shower, and a twin guest/captain stateroom. The admidships main salon features a starboard side dining area and galley to port. The open main salon also boasts a vaulted overhead with traditional butterfly hatch and generous windows on three sides. Topsides, her arrangement provides for a social aft cockpit and an expansive, airy pilothouse from which to commute in elegant style.

Length Overall: 68'
Length Waterline: 66'-5 ½"
Beam, Maximum: 16'-2"
Hull Draft: 3'-8"
Displacement, Half Load (est.): 75,000 lbs.
Maximum Speed: 41 knots
Cruising Speed: 34 knots
Range at Cruise: 500 nm
Fuel Oil Capacity: 1500 gal
Fresh Water Capacity: 350 gal
Main Engines: Caterpillar C32 (1450Bhp)
Drive Type: 2 x Conventional Shaft
Propellers: 2 x 5-Bladed Nibral Fixed Pitch
Thruster: Side-Power SP 220 TC (15 HP)
Ride Control: 2 x Active Interceptor System
Generator: Northern Lights M844W3 20kW

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