Great accommodations with 3 staterooms x 3 Heads
The 62 Neptunus is a Euro Style Sedan Motor Yacht with a decidedly North American flair. Her interior is graced with a natural cherry joinery with a high gloss finish. This 62 has the "more standard" layout with three staterooms and three heads.
She has a comfortable aft deck with built in seating and the salon is on the same level. From the salon you step up into the raised galley and dinette, and the lower helm station is just forward of the galley to port of the dinette.
Below decks are three staterooms and three heads. The Master is amidships taking advantage of the widest and quietest part of the yacht. Her master is equipped with a beautiful ensuite full head. Forward is the vip cabin with full ensuite guest head. In the companionway from the master to the vip cabin is the third guest cabin with a double berth below and single berth above. Across the companionway from the guest cabin is a guest head or day head with a sink and toilet.
The flybridge deck has easy access via stairs from the aft deck. Her flybridge is equipped with a large hardtop with enclosures all around to create a very comfortable indoor/outdoor seating area cooled by her flybridge A/C. Like other 62's and the 55, this 62 has the popular sun lounge forward of the flybridge helm.
The Engine room is accessed via a hatch in the aft deck sole. The large lazarette can be accessed from a hatch in the aft settee.
To starboard of the lower helm
All the way forward
Catapiller C18 less than 1300 hours
The 62 Neptunus is a composite construction using Kevlar Hybrid materials for superior strength and puncture resistance. Six longitudinal foam stringers and 20 transverse foam stringers enclosed with stitched woven roving, reinforce the entire hull bottom. The hull sides are cored above the waterline. The engine stringers run from stern to bow with steel top plates for engine mounting.
The Deep Vee Hull (19.5 degree dead rise) has been designed to ensure she is a vessel with excellent sea keeping qualities.
Special attention has been given to a ration between installed power, speed and fuel consumption.