Luxury yacht builder Intermarine Yachts manufactures composite motor yachts ranging from 12.8 to 30 metres in length.
History of Intermarine Yachts
Founded in 1973, luxury yacht builder Intermarine Yachts has produced thousands of recreational motor yachts to date. The shipyard’s 50,000-square metre yacht-building facility incorporates six “mini-factories” that produce many of the yachts’ systems and materials in-house, including mechanical, hydraulic and electrical systems, metal, woodwork and upholstery. This manufacturing process and rigorous testing allow luxury yacht builder Intermarine to control the quality of their motor yachts.
The shipyard has collaborated with internationally recognised yacht designers to develop the Intermarine superyacht models. Miami superyacht designer Luiz De Basto created the contemporary exterior styling for many of the Intermarine flybridge yacht and motor yacht models.
Notable Intermarine Yachts
In 2015, luxury yacht builder Intermarine is scheduled to launch its 30-metre flagship, the Intermarine 95. Designed by Luiz De Basto, superyacht Intermarine 95 has sleek exterior styling featuring large, sweeping windows; an interior design that owners may customise, and a projected top speed of 33 knots.
Specialisations of Intermarine Yachts
Yacht builder Intermarine Yachts specialises in building luxury motor yachts and superyachts. The shipyard utilises environmentally conscious construction methods in order to reduce the emission of greenhouse gases.