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|Offered By||Emerald Pacific Yachts|
Enough can’t be said for the styling, layout, quality and naval architecture of this beautiful Holland 70’ motor yacht. The styling , by Brian Holland, is classical and functional and will never go out of style as with some yachts that have been produced in the last few years with exaggerated features that don’t serve any purpose and aren’t exactly pleasing. The lines are perfectly balanced to provide her with beautiful proportions. The outward canted coamings around the aft deck while enhancing her style also function to deflect and reduce the low air pressure area in the aft deck area that causes spray and exhaust gasses from coming into that area while underway. Her beautiful stainless steel framed curved glass salon doors don’t get any salt spray on them even after a long day of cruising.
Regarding her naval architecture, note the fine entry bow that comfortably and effortlessly slices through the water rather than colliding with head seas creating a pounding effect and lots of spray while pushing water forward instead of smoothly flowing aft around the boat as it should. She also benefits from well designed propellor tunnels designed by the late Ed Hageman, considered the master of propulsion designs, that not only reduce her draft, but enhance her speed and efficiency by reducing the shaft angles and propellor caused vibrations. Her well balanced keel helps to keep her straight on course and makes her a joy to handle in close quarters. Her ABT TRAC stabilizers keep her very comfortable in heavy seas, including beam seas. Her massive stringer and structural grid system integrated into the hull makes her as strong as she is beautiful.
Among other features found on Undaunted the 316 L stainless steel work is exquisite and the details are seldom found on other yachts such as the blind fasteners for securing the rail system and exterior hinges for hatches, etc. No screw heads are visible wherever possible as that is where corrosion will start. All of the welds in the stainless steel throughout the boat have been polished out so that no welds are visible making it look as if the parts are one piece. The interior and exterior stainless steel stairways to the fly bridge are each a piece of art and worthy of being on display. The sliding doors on each side of the pilot house are power actuated and fit so precisely that when they are closed, it’s very hard to tell they are even there. The intricate interior detailing throughout the entire boat is truly something to behold.
There is a tender garage that makes launching and retrieving the 15’ tender almost effortless. With a touch of a button the garage door opens, taking a part of the swim platform with it and the tender gently slides out into the water. After you back the tender away from the stern of Undaunted, you simply push the remote door opener and closer in the tender and the door closes as you drive off. When you return, you open the door as you pull up and pull the tender partway into the garage, hook up the winch cable to the tender and step out onto the swim platform. Activate the winch to pull it inside and push the button to close the door. No covers to put on, or synch straps necessary.
The electrical system was designed and implemented by John Munroe of Ocean Currents Inc. Widely respected to be the best Certified Marine electrical designer. His systems are bullet proof.
The combination of all of these features make her unlike and superior to most any other boat in her size and speed category and the feeling of cruising on Undaunted is something that must be experienced to be understood. It’s very evident that no expense was spared in designing, building and creating such a special boat that it will remain timeless.
All of the equipment and materials on Undaunted are the best to do the job they were intended for regardless of cost.
Featuring twin Series 60 Diesels (twin 825hp) with Krill system monitoring, an all new-Simrad glass bridge (4 screens at pilothouse helm and 2 at flybridge), ABT Trac Stabilizers, twin Northern Lights generators, Sat TV and shipboard camera system all augment the recently updated galley appliances and the new upholstery, blinds, and German carpets. Her teak decks were new in 2009. Easy launch and storage for the ships tender (new in 2019) and safely kept inside in the aft tender garage. Designed by Brian Holland is now in a Washington LLC.
This vessel is available for co-brokerage.
Three stateroom, four head layout features a stylish and contemporary décor that was refreshed in 2017. The main salon features a large overstuffed L-shaped sofa, pop-up TV, cream colored carpet complimented by bamboo and leather wall coverings and window treatments.
Forward of the salon and up two steps is the galley/pilothouse. Features include Brazilian hard wood flooring, granite countertops in the galley and a U-shaped settee on the port side with granite table. There is a day head on the port side just aft and pilothouse house doors are located to port and starboard. Large windows provide a 270 degree view of the outside surroundings.
The companionway leading to the accommodations is located on the starboard, forward end of the pilothouse. The full beam master stateroom is located in the midship portion of the boat, featuring large opening ports, a “his-and-hers” head, twin closets and access to the engine room. The VIP stateroom is in the forepeak with an island berth, large overhead hatch and private access to the day head. The guest stateroom is just aft of the VIP on the port side and is currently configured as an office with L-shaped desk. The twin berth Pullman arrangement could easily be reinstalled, as desired.
Flybridge access can be gained through floating stainless steel stairs in the pilothouse or a ladder from the aft deck. A spectacular place for entertaining, the area features two built-in fiberglass settees with tables, a Viking BBQ, wet bar, 2 Stidd helm chairs and extensively equipped navigation station updated in 2017.
The covered aft deck has built-in seating, teak table, and access to the bow via side decks. Steps on the port and starboard side provide access to the swim step, and the transom is a hydraulically operated dinghy garage.
Stand apart from the crowd! This stunning 70 Motoryacht by Holland is a stylish collaboration between designer and naval architect. From her circular aft entry doors to the swooping lines of her flybridge settees and the low profile elegance of the hull, this yacht will turn heads in any port. Her quiet and comfortable ride at 16kts will ensure an enjoyable passage for all aboard.
Featuring twin Series 60 Diesels (twin 825hp) with Krill system monitoring, an all new-Simrad glass bridge (4 screens at pilothouse helm and 2 at flybridge), ABT Trac Stabilizers, twin Northern Lights generators, Sat TV and shipboard camera system all augment the recently updated galley appliances and the new upholstery, blinds, and German carpets. Her teak decks were new in 2009. Easy launch and storage for the ships tender (new in 2019) and safely kept inside in the aft tender garage. Designed by Brian Holland and built by Vitech, now in a Washington LLC.
All personal gear; loose items; galley gear; CD's; charts; fishing equipment; tools; spare parts; supplies & items not specifically listed on equipment list specifications sheet.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Emerald Pacific Yachts has become one of the premier leaders of the West Coast Yachting Industry since its founding in 1997. Renowned for the sale of both pre-owned and new construction as the Official West Coast distributor and dealer for Riviera Yachts. The company has an unrivaled reputation with a highly experienced and committed sales team, providing superior customer service to meet all of our clients’ needs.
|Engine Model||Series 60|
|Engine Model||Series 60|
|Fresh Water Tank||757.08 l ()|
|Fuel Tank||8327.9 l ()|