110 N. Dixie Highway
110 N. Dixie Highway
The Custom Line 112’ Next is a semi-custom planing hull yacht that provides excellent speed and stellar performance. With contemporary design and European styling, it is built to RINA Class A standards for offshore use and reliability. ARG stabilizers in conjunction with fin stabilizers assure an exceptionally smooth and even cruise. Five luxurious double cabins, each with an ensuite head/shower, provide accommodations for 12. Crew’s quarters sleep up to six in three cabins, each with private head and shower.
The yacht is fully equipped for extended cruising in superb comfort and style, featuring comprehensive electronics, water toys and entertainment systems. Highlights include a large aft deck that leads to a bright and spacious salon with adjoining formal dining salon, a fully equipped galley, a substantial flybridge with Jacuzzi and exceptional seating, and steering stations in the pilot house and on the flybridge.
|Beam||23 ft 2 in||Max Draft||6 ft 6 in|
|Engine Make||MTU||Engine Model||12V4000 M90|
|Fuel Capacity||4755 gal||Length Overall||112 ft|
|Holding Tank Size||647 gal||Water Capacity||793 gal|
|Engine Hours||450||Number of Engines||2|
The 112’ Custom Line is built with composite fiberglass construction and has a solid fiberglass bottom to the chines through the use of vinyl ester resin. The sides, deck house and bulkheads all are of cored construction, with Termano sandwiched between the composite fiberglass. Kevlar is used in areas determined to need extra strength.
Breakaway molds are used in construction as they allow the complex curves that give the yacht its contemporary styling. Each mold is designed to be bolted together so that house, hull and flybridge are seamless with no visible screws, bolts or caulking. Close inspect will confirm the durable and beautiful finish.
The yacht may be entered from either side via the walk-around side decks or the exceptionally spacious teak aft deck which features a large table with seating for 10. Starboard, a staircase leads up to the flybridge and another down to the fold-down transom which converts to a teak beach and provides water access. A door leads from the aft deck to the engine room and garage.
Forward through electrically-controlled sliding stainless steel doors, the main salon and adjoining dining area with table for 10 has large side windows that fill the space with natural light. Beyond, a port door leads to the fully functioning galley and crews quarters; a starboard passage leads to the below deck staircase, pilot house staircase, day head, additional galley entrance and the full-beam VIP cabin with ensuite head and shower.
Below, the full-beam Master cabin suite is amidships. Two twin guest cabins and a full-beam queen VIP cabin, each with ensuite head and shower, are forward and all are fitted with electronically-controlled window treatments and an in-cabin refrigerator. The crew’s quarters with three cabins, three heads, and private lounge are full forward.
Easily traversed staircases lead from the pilothouse and from the aft deck to the flybridge which offers a large boat deck, sunning pads, Jacuzzi, abundant seating, wet bar and entertainment area. A large portion of the forward bridge is covered by a fiberglass hard top with a retractable canvas awning, offering sun or shade. The fore deck provides another sunning area with large pad and drink holders.
The yacht’s premium décor is highly customized over standard and shows excellent taste in color and appointments.
Spanning the length of each side of the main salon, large windows, as well as full-beam glass panels aft, flood the room with natural light and offer excellent visibility of sea and surroundings. Electronically-controlled Roman shades perfectly coordinate with the custom décor of soft neutrals, highlighted by splashes of bright colors and the superb Tek Fala maple strip wood flooring used throughout the main deck. Matching sofas port and starboard, coordinating occasional chairs, and a central copper-topped cocktail table accommodate relaxed entertaining. Starboard behind the sofa, a 50” flat screen TV retracts into the cabinet below and a complete entertainment center, just forward, is concealed in hull side cabinets. Generous recessed lighting, overhead and in the wood valance above each side window, is controlled by adjustable switches.
The formal dining salon, just forward of and open to the main salon, features a large custom high gloss wood table and 10 contemporary upholstered dining chairs. Cabinets on both sides of the area and on the forward bulkhead accommodate flatware, tableware, glassware and serving dishes, allowing easy access for any dining experience.
The large L-shaped galley offers excellent and complete equipment for any culinary need. It is accessed through a door on the port side of the dining salon’s forward bulkhead. Beyond
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