Intermarine is a 35 year old yard, leader of the Brazilian and South American markets, producing boats from 43 to 76 feet, which recently decided to renew its entire flybridge line. Luiz de Basto, with whom the yard has worked in the past, was called to design and establish the new line and the new family look for the large size models of the line.
The yard has built and sold thousands of units since 1973 when it was established. In an area of over 500,000 square feet, world class yachts are build with passion craftsmanship.
The 85 feet model is the flagship and along with the 75 was introduced this past week at the São Paulo boat show. It's the most advanced yacht ever built by this Brazilian shipyard, the country's leader in luxury vessels. The Intermarine 85 will impress. The combination of bold design, luxurious fittings and excellent performance makes this an extraordinary yacht.
Searching to integrate the interior and exterior, to allow the owner to be completely integrated with the sea, Luiz de Basto designed an enormous swath of glass running along both sides of the hull, ending at the anchor plate, and large windows to illuminate the main salon allowing a privileged view from all the interior spaces. Thanks to a huge windshield that becomes a skylight, the main salon is awash in natural light. All these elements are combined on a striking profile, giving the impression the boat is leaping forward in a burst of energy.
The layout shows owner stateroom, VIP and 2 guest cabins below, plus a powder room. The owner's stateroom with a king size bed, working desk and sofa is complete with his and her's bathroom and a separate walk-in closet. Huge windows frame spectacular sea views. The corridor has a washer dryer just for the guest's comfort. At the transom, the crew area features two cabins for four, bathroom, lounge and galley, plus the service laundry. A sumptuous salon with a large U-shaped sofa and chaise lounge set stage for the panoramic windows looking out onto the sea, providing unique views. An open galley and dining for 8 guests complement the salon. A second dinette flanks the helm seat and dashboard area.
LOA- 26.9 m (88.25 feet)
Beam- 6.15 m (20.17')
draft- 1.7 m (5.57')
Dry Weight - 60 t
Top speed- 34 knots
Cruising- 27 knots
fuel tank- 6,000 liters
Engines- 2x 1800 HP with triple control
Exterior and Interior Design- Luiz de Basto Designs
Delivery- Second half 2011