, 2022-06-30 23:06:03,
Adventure boat specialist, Arksen, has released details of its new Arksen 65, which will be built from 40% recycled aluminium…
Aimed primarily at owner-drivers with off-grid cruising ambitions, the new Arksen 65 has been designed to enable simple self-sufficiency in some of the remotest corners of the globe.
But while this tough semi-custom displacement yacht is chiefly about bluewater cruising, Arksen has also thought about those with more recreational itineraries.
The outdoor helm position, for instance, features a low-slung hardtop, keeping the air draught down to just 12ft 2in (3.7m), for easy access to Europe’s inland waterways.
In standard guise, the main deck uses a secure single-level walkaround layout with elevated forward bulwarks and a versatile open aft deck space.
Vertical curved-glass bridge windows deliver outstanding all-round visibility for those in the central deckhouse.
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The internal layout is also neatly arranged with an aft galley, an amidships main saloon and a central helm position, enabling easy access to the lower deck.
Down below, the Arksen 65’s accommodation features a double cabin in the bow and another, aft of the amidships engine room.
Both come with ensuites as standard but, given the various options for the area forward of the engineroom, it is likely that the forward bathroom will also be required for day-head duties.
The forward central space will be available either as a third twin cabin, a…
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