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Canadian shipyard Crescent Custom Yachts used the occasion of Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) to introduce two new models to its Fast series – the 35.7-metre (117-foot) Fast Pilothouse and the 33.5-metre (110-foot) Fast Pilothouse – which is currently under construction on speculation.
The 117’ Fast Pilothouse features interior and exterior styling by Canada-based naval architect Gregory C. Marshall, and is constructed with a composite hull.
The modern interior will be minimalist, with a particular emphasis on guest interaction and the surroundings. Additional features include a state-of-the-art galley and dining area to starboard, with a sundeck Jacuzzi and a generous amount of storage space for tenders and toys. She will accommodate up to 10 guests across five en-suite cabins.
Meanwhile, the 110’ Fast Pilothouse has a more classic design, with a metallic grey hull. It features a galley that has a 180-degree forward view on the main deck, along with an aft lazarette and a sundeck Jacuzzi. Accommodation is for eight guests spread across four en-suite staterooms.
Whilst both are currently in build, the 33.5m luxury yacht’s launch date is set for 2020.
The unveiling of the latest Fast series models were two of many revealed at FLIBS; check out our round-up for an in-depth view at other superyacht and yacht projects that were announced during the show.
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