Designed to appeal to serious owner/operators, the FD75 features a raised pilothouse configuration that accommodates both an open bridge and a lower helm area within a 20’ 4” (6.2m) beam.
This latest FD75 offers a four stateroom layout, with a full beam master on the main deck and three additional staterooms on the lower deck. Quarters for two crew are situated aft of the engine room.
Fully opening glass doors provide access to the main salon where large, uninterrupted windows enhance the feeling of openness. Complimentary two toned white and silver oak wood punctuated by grey and blue soft goods, grey mirrors and slatted wood design elements complete the “sea of serenity” ambience throughout.
This FD75 showcases a galley aft configuration, which allows for the entire aft portion of the main deck to operate as one large entertaining space.
The full beam master stateroom enjoys private access from the main deck and features seating and a vanity as well as hanging lockers and dual basins in the en suite. On the lower deck, a full beam midship ensuite VIP is accompanied by a single bed stateroom to port that offers additional storage closets and cabinets. A convertible twin stateroom is opposite to starboard.
The semi-raised pilothouse is situated within steps of the master stateroom and is highlighted in black vinyl and carbon accents. Accessed either via the starboard exterior staircase or from the internal pilothouse, the open flybridge is a spacious and inviting area.
The boat deck aft comfortably stores the tender, which is launched and retrieved by the Steelhead davit. Forward, a full sunpad and seating area invite relaxation on the foredeck.
Designed with the yard’s proprietary High Performance Piercing Bow and hull design that affords optimal comfort and performance, this latest FD75 is powered by twin Caterpillar C18 ACERTs of 1,136bhp.
November 18, 2022
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