Monte Carlo Yachts 70 in the pipeline
- Fri, 29 Jun 2012
Monte Carlo Yachts has unveiled plans for a new 70 model to drop in between the 65 and 76 in its existing line-up.
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The family DNA is peppered all over the new design like the signature flared bow, double master cabin windows and the touches of black on the rear quarters and flybridge.
On board, Monte Carlo Yachts has ensured that the flow between the saloon and cockpit is unencumbered by building both areas on the same level.
The cockpit should feel extremely safe thanks to its depth and the fact that the sidedeck access either side is covered by the outer edges of the flybridge overhang.
Move in to the saloon and you're met by a large expanse of L-shaped seating, which is ideally located for relaxing in front of the TV or gazing out over the water.
The galley has been positioned just aft of the lower helm, opposite a smaller run of L-shaped seating, which provides a perfect spot for crew to accompany the skipper on long passages.
Below decks there is the option of either a three or four cabin layout but whichever you go for the master is palatial. The aforementioned hull windows gift bags of natural light and a walk-in wardrobe and generous ensuite bathroom are sure to make the owner feel suitably special.
Engine options and performance figures are yet to be released, as is a launch date.
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