Jarrett Bay 67 on the Drawing Board

Classic Carolina lines meet modern technology and innovation

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Sea Wish will have a four-stateroom, three-head layout plus twin Caterpillar 1,925 hp C32A engines and a fuel capacity of 2,000 gallons.Courtesy Jarrett Bay Boatworks

Jarrett Bay Boatworks' Hull No. 66, Sea Wish, will have an overall length of 67 feet, 6 inches and a beam of 19 feet, 6 inches. Twin Caterpillar 1,925 hp C32A engines, a fuel capacity of 2,000 gallons, and multiple lightweight carbon-fiber components keep the power-to-weight ratio high — offering a cruising range of more than 700 nautical miles.

To keep the boat steady in all sea conditions, two Seakeeper 9s will be installed in the pump room, spaced symmetrically off centerline. This allows for a clean, open passageway from the engine room all the way aft to the lazarette. For remote-power generation, Sea Wish will rely on two Caterpillar C2.2T gensets, rated at 27 kW each, for continuous duty.

Belowdecks, Hull No. 66 will have a four-stateroom, three-head layout with a combination of satin and high-gloss teak finishes. The galley’s center island arrangement and elegant salon will make for an exceptionally spacious upper level.

Rounding out its many amenities, the mezzanine and flybridge on Sea Wish will include multiple freezers for storing bait and provisions for extended fishing trips throughout the Caribbean upon delivery in 2020.