Garlington 71 | On the Drawing Board

Another beauty emerges from Florida’s Treasure Coast

The Garlington Landeweer Marine 71, Miss Behavin', on the drawing board.Courtesy Garlington Landeweer Marine

The next boat coming down the line from Garlington Landeweer Marine in Stuart, Florida, will be Miss Behavin, a new 71-footer designed for long-distance travel.

The boat will feature a genuine teak interior with a luxurious four-stateroom/three-head layout, including crew quarters. Notable features include spare propeller storage beneath the king-size master stateroom bed, granite countertops in the galley, a U-shaped lounge to port for entertaining, and electrically actuated sister doors at the salon entrance. The cockpit accessories incorporate tuna tubes, an in-deck baitwell and multiple refrigerated fish boxes; a full tuna tower completes the profile.

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A pair of Northern Lights 25 kW generators will supply power to the ­vessel when away from the dock, as well as redundancy while traveling. The boat’s MAN V-12-1900 engines—rated at 1,900 hp each—combine with an all-­composite hull and superstructure to give Miss Behavin a cruising speed of 33 knots and a top-end of 38 to 40 knots.