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Hunt Ocean 63

Hinckley Company designed a new expedition hull for its Hunt Ocean 63 (69′ 6″ LOA, 18′ beam) to globetrot for extended periods of time. Designed by C. Raymond Hunt Design, the deep-V hull has a 20-degree transom deadrise that provides a stable ride even in rough conditions. Powered by twin 1,000-hp Volvo Penta IPS 1350s with pod drives, top speed is 31 knots at wide open throttle. Cruising speeds are 25-27 knots where you can expect to go 350-plus miles without a fuel stop. At 10 knots, you’ll near a 1,000-mile range depending on conditions. Owners can personalize their layout, including three- or four-cabin accommodations and a galley up or down arrangement. The lower helm is to starboard and has a Stidd captain’s chair, Garmin MFDs, and Side-Power thruster controls. The aft cockpit is on the same level as the salon, so traffic flows easily. The flydeck sports an upper helm, a corner dinette, and twin Stidd chairs facing the centerline dash. An outdoor galley module is optional and the hardtop is standard. huntyachts.com

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