|Length:||70' / 21.34 M|
|Beam:||19' 0" / 5.79 M|
|Draft:||4' 6" / 1.37 M.|
|Model:||Trawler / Long Range Cruiser|
|Engines:||Twin Caterpillar C-12 715 H.P.|
|Cruising Speed:||17 Kts. / 20 MPH|
|Max Speed:||0 Kts. / 0 MPH|
Aventura , United States
(Florida - S.E.)
|Asking Price:||$2,200,000 USD|
Purpose built for challenging seas and frequent Gulf Stream crossings, Argos Gulfstream yachts feature a unique profile, with a low center of gravity and significantly reduced roll. Her proprietary hull is the world’s first true hybrid, providing excellent range and high-performance speed.
The G70 sleeps six guests in three posh staterooms with ensuite heads. Additional luxury appointments include a large pilothouse, a spacious galley, a beautiful salon, a discrete day head, and a multipurpose split-level sundeck offering infinite possibilities for entertainers and sports enthusiasts alike. The G70 includes crew quarters for two.
The custom-built Argos G70 is fitted with CAT C-12 715 HP engines. Tricon Marine expects a cruising speed of 17 knots and maximum speed of 20 knots, with a range of over 2,000 nautical miles at passage-making speeds.
70 Argos Marine Displacement: 75,000 lbs (34.1 tons) dry weight and 95,000 lbs (43.2 tons) full load
Concept and design of the Argos Yachts series was carried out by the company’s internal design team, with naval architecture led by internationally renowned architect, Howard Apollonio.
Explorer performance motor yacht! Only 430 Hours on CAT C-12 715 HP engines!
The G70, as Tricon Marine also calls it, further features a low center of gravity for better stability and should resist roll better than other yachts. That’s due to the proprietary hull design that Tricon Marine and naval architect Howard Apollonio devised for its Argos series. The design was extensively tank tested to ensure it would be fuel-efficient, especially for long-range and transoceanic travel. A good turn of speed was also a requirement. The G70 is expected to cruise at 17 knots and top out at 20 knots, powered by twin 715-hp Caterpillar C-12 diesel engines. At speeds slightly lower than the cruise speed, the yacht should also enjoy a 2,000-nautical-mile range.
Inside, the G70 will accommodate six people in three staterooms plus two crewmembers. As you’d expect of a luxury yacht, each stateroom will have an en suite head. Guests will also get to enjoy traditional features like a saloon — which should benefit from the large windows seen in the illustration — and dining area. A particularly nice layout twist is the split-level sundeck. Depending on how the owner decides to outfit it, toys like PWCs or a RIB can be stowed fully aft, freeing up the front of the sundeck for entertaining and relaxing. If there’s just one watertoy, there will probably be room both fore and aft for socializing.