North Carolina-based shipyard Jarrett Bay Boatworks is set to begin construction on a new 27.4 metre custom sportfish yacht that has been commissioned for a repeat client.
The yacht marks the yard’s 68th hull and will feature “advanced lamination techniques” that aim to reduce the weight of both deck and superstructure, according to the shipbuilder.
Features of the yacht include a large cockpit, full tower and open bridge, plus a traditional cold-moulded hull that promises a smooth and speedy ride. The yard predicts a fuel capacity of around 4,000 gallons (roughly 18,184 litres).
A beam of 6.8 metres and a draft of 1.6 metres round out her specs.
“There are few compliments greater than a returning customer,” commented the yard. “Jarrett Bay boasts many owner families who have entrusted their craftspeople to build their dream sportfishing boat more than once.”
Construction is set to begin in early 2023.