Vicem Yachts will debut 46-footer at Palm Beach show

Vicem Yachts said its all-new Classic 46 IPS will make its world debut at the March 23-26 Palm Beach International Boat Show.
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Vicem Yachts said the new Classic 46 IPS is the first model it has built in fiberglass and epozy in this size.

Vicem Yachts said the new Classic 46 IPS is the first model it has built in fiberglass and epoxy in this size.

Vicem Yachts said its all-new Classic 46 IPS will make its world debut at the March 23-26 Palm Beach International Boat Show.

The company said the model will be the first Vicem built in fiberglass and epoxy in this size.

Light and sturdy, the Classic 46 IPS, with a beam of 15 feet, has sufficient interior volume to choose between spacious two- and three-cabin designs, Vicem said.

The yacht has an LOA 46 feet and a draft of 2, feet, 4 inches, with 39,683 pounds of displacement at full load.

Also available in a flybridge version, the yacht hosts a bar area with electric BBQ and refrigerator, in addition to a lounge area and the captain’s seat.

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