February 24, 2012


This 75 foot luxury catamaran is designed by Canada based Gregory C Marshall Naval Architect LTD.

Extract from Gregory Marshall website :
This is a very exciting new project in our offices with the detailed design just starting. At 75 feet long with a beam of nearly 30 feet the IC75 represents a very large boat for the length. This aluminum yacht will be built in limited production with hull number one and two commencing in the early part of 2011 for delivery Mid 2012.
The layout for the vessel is bold from top to bottom. Beginning with a teppanyaki bar on the flybridge. On the next deck down there is a “Bridge lounge” that features an array of swivel lounge style seating that allows this area to double as the Owners Private lounge when the vessel is not in transit. Aft of this area is an Owners Suite that includes a Private aft deck, Huge Master stateroom with floor to ceiling glass, a King Sized bed, walk in wardrobe locker and ensuite with two vanities private toilet room and shower.

The Main Deck features port and starboard VIP Guest Suites each with hinge out private balconies and floor to ceiling glass windows/doors. Each guest suite has a private ensuite and walk-in wardrobe locker. The staterooms each have two twin sized beds that can be configured as singles or joined to form king sized berth.
The Main Salon/ Dining salon is the full 28 foot inside width of the vessel and features unobstructed views of the ocean . Throughout the vessel the accommodations are designed to seat eight people everywhere on board. This means both the inside and the outside dining areas, the teppanyaki bar, and the pilothouse.

The Galley is located aft which allows it to serve both the dining areas as well as the aft deck. There are very large double doors port and starboard making for easy access for service and entertaining.
One of the very unique features of the IC75 is the large hydraulic platform aft which includes the aft stairs and two level swim platforms. This allows the IC75 to carry up to a 17 foot RHIB and allows divers and swimmers to easily access the water without the use of clumsy ladder.

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