With the 63-foot Titan Lunatico, currently fishing hard in tournaments from the Bahamas to Bermuda and the US and British Virgin Islands, the program also has a 70-footer currently underway from the same builder. The new vessel will benefit from the extra length as well as an additional 800 gallons of fuel capacity and higher-horsepower engines.
The layout was specifically tailored to the operation’s needs, with a large master stateroom to port, bunk room to starboard, and massive four-bunk stateroom forward. The addition of a walk-in pantry forward of the salon will also serve as extra tackle storage and a workbench for servicing equipment. The bridge will showcase a centerline helm with bench seating. Consistent with all of Titan’s builds, this one will utilize the same overbuilt construction methods, which have proved that these boats can perform comfortably in sea conditions that force others to slow down and hold on.
Powered by 2,600 hp MTU M96L 16V2000 engines, Lunatico will cruise in the upper-30- to lower-40-knot range, with an economical cruise of around 30 knots for long-distance travel. The flow-aligned running gear from CJR is expected to increase efficiency and performance as well.