Preview of Jarrett Bay 67 Sport Yacht Privateer | Marlin Magazine

Jarrett Bay 67 Sport Yacht On the Drawing Board

Nostalgic design meets modern technology

Jarrett Bay 67 Sport Yacht Ore

At 70,000 pounds dry weight, Privateer should draft just 4 feet 10 inches of water.

Courtesy Jarrett Bay Boatworks

North Carolina’s Jarrett Bay Boatworks’ 63rd hull is designed as a beautiful 67-foot retro extended-trunk cabin design, with the familiar Carolina lines of a custom Jarrett Bay but with a unique profile, integrated swim platform and in-cabin helm station. This throwback design will have a nostalgic sport-fish feel combined with modern ­performance, technology and amenities. Privateer will provide her owners with a spacious layout that is perfect for extended cruising with family and friends, as well as serving as an all-­business ­fishing machine with its 195-square-foot cockpit.

With a dry weight of approximately 70,000 pounds and an estimated draft of just 4 feet 10 inches, cruising shallow island destinations like the Bahamas will be a breeze, while the twin 1,135-horsepower CAT C18 ACERTs and a fuel capacity of 1,400 gallons will ensure that getting to and from remote fishing and cruising destinations can be accomplished as quickly and efficiently as possible. A CAT C2.2T 27-­kilowatt genset will provide reliable power away from the dock. Privateer is expected to hit the water in late 2018.

See the boat build from the beginning.


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