Neptunus Yachts Launches Another 625 Motoryacht

Neptunus

Sept 6, 2016

Neptunus Yachts delivers another new custom built 625 MotorYacht to an experienced Ontario Yachtsman. The vessel features large deck salon with galley up and dinette for 6. Downstairs there is accommodation for the owners and 4 guests. All cabins feature modern en-suite’s with luxurious cabin arrangements. A crew cabin also with full en suite is situated in the transom and provides direct access to the stand up ER. A commanding control station is situated on the FB with ample seating for 10 and all the comfort features such as BBQ grille, fridge and icemaker. All new Neptunus vessels are built to CE category A as well as ABYC in a modern production facility in St Catharines, Ontario.

 

For more information please contact Neptunus Yachts @ sales@neptunusyachts.com

Photo: Jan Willem De Jong, Managing Director Neptunus Yachts, with his daughter Elizabeth on board a Neptunus 55 at the Port Credit In Water Boat Show.

Credit: John Armstrong

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