Neptunus 750 Flybridge

April 17, 2020

Richly appointed and inviting from the moment you step onboard, the Neptunus 750 Flybridge is a remarkable vessel that blends contemporary styling with an inspired, architect-designed interior layout.

Neptunus 750 Flybridge

Read the Neptunus 750 Flybridge review by Canadian Yachting’s own Andy Adams and John Armstrong HERE!

With an 18’11” beam, the Neptunus 750 Flybridge features a bright, open salon with opposing seating that is ideal for entertaining. The traditional cherry wood accents the yacht’s spacious interior, giving a complete sense of style and comfort. Washed in warm natural light, you will immediately feel at home in these surroundings.

The fully appointed galley, designed for extended cruising, is on centre. This design creates beautiful flow and balance, while contributing to the spacious feel of the yacht. Forward is a dinette that seats six in style, and provides you and your guests with a 180 degree vista.

Neptunus 750 Flybridge

The full beam master stateroom, located just forward of the dinette and only five steps down is a highlight on its own. A layout with the master cabin located on the main deck is a feature only found in much larger vessels. Large windows on either side let in natural light during the day, and extensive use of indirect lighting creates the perfect evening ambiance. The king size bed, cedar lined closets, and generous drawer space make this an ideal home while living onboard. The master stateroom has a wonderfully spacious and bright ensuite.

The Neptunus 750 Flybridge. Contemporary styling. An inspired interior. Amazing performance. A yacht designed for experiencing all the joys that life on the water can deliver.

To view a virtual tour of the Neptunus 750 FLybridge, click HERE or the image below!

Neptunus 750 Flybridge

Check out the video tour with Andy Adams of the 750 Flybridge’s sister boat the 650 Express:

For more information on the Neptunus 750 Flybridge, click HERE! 

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