Hull No. 60 from Jarrett Bay Boatworks, the 84-footer known as Reel Development, will offer several unique custom features. The vessel will have a 4,000-gallon fuel capacity for excellent range to distant fishing destinations while the sweeping mezzanine overhang gives way to a massive 265-square-foot cockpit, complete with two 125-gallon pressurized livewells. Twin MTU diesels rated at 2,600 hp each will power this build; two 38-kW Northern Lights generators and a pair of Seakeeper 16 gyrostabilizers will provide comfort and stability at sea.
The interior features rod storage in a single large pullout drawer under the dinette seating platform, as well as a full, upright Sub-Zero unit in the galley-forward pantry in addition to the standard drawer-style Sub-Zeros in the galley.
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Satin-finished cherry veneers will be seen throughout the interior, providing casual refinement for the five staterooms—each with its own private head—plus a day head. Jarrett Bay expects to deliver Reel Development in late summer 2020.