A new Vicem Yachts 58 Classic will make its world debut at the Nov. 1-5 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
Presented in 2010 for the first time, the V58 is back in a new edition and also features a flybridge version.
The Turkish boatyard uses a cold-molded technique to build the boat. Based on engineered wood construction, cold molding uses laminated mahogany coming from managed forests and a specific formulated epoxy resin to create the hull, decks and principal superstructures.
The V58 Classic was and features a cockpit and lounge that appear directly connected, thanks to a large sliding full-height window.
The cockpit features an L-shaped settee that runs parallel to the transom, leaving a passageway to the bathing platform. Two further settees complete the exterior layout, together with a mobile kitchen to starboard, next to the companionway leading belowdecks. Engine room and lazarette access is from a hatch on the cockpit sole.
The Vicem 58 Classic layout foresees a three-cabin solution that takes full advantage of the hull shape, with its maximum beam forward.
The full-beam owner’s cabin is at the bow and includes a classic queen-size bed, two settees to the left and right, and an entertainment system. The cabin also has its own washroom and bathroom with a separate shower.
A second bathroom is for the two other cabins and it can also be used as a day head from the companionway. The guest cabin has two single beds, large storage areas and an entertainment system. Single beds can be combined with a portable piece and turn into a double bed.
The boat is powered by twin Volvo Penta D8 725-hp engines with inline transmissions, giving the V58 Classic a top speed of 29 knots and a cruising speed of 25 knots.
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