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The new 62 Palma, catches the eye with its massive bow, balancing an unusual cockpit and stern, which are low down and close to the waterline. Apart from attractive looks, this solution offers a particularly large amount of outdoor space: the stern platform is an extension of the cockpit, which becomes a particularly appealing area, widely used by guests. Large sunbathing areas in the bow and on the flying bridge complete the on-board comfort.
The yacht is available in 2 versions, with three or four cabins, accessed via a well-lit corridor: the guest cabins are in the bows and the owner’s cabin is aft. The latter, in the centre of the vessel, exploits the full width of the hull, and is lavish in space and headroom.
The yacht, more than 18 metres in length, is intended for family use, allowing it to be steered and managed by the Owner himself, with no need for crew.
The excellent hull combined with the use of 2 Volvo Penta model 950 engines with IPS driveline, with power of 735 HP each, delivers excellent performances, with cruising speed of over 25 knots and top speed of 31, low fuel consumption and the excellent handling typical of this type of driveline.