Two Oceans 870 - Four decks for ocean passagemaking

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One of the next units to be launched this year is an imposing Du Toit Yacht Design incorporating three deck levels - and even four with the flybridge. The main deck, directly connected to the forward and aft cockpits, features a huge saloon and a fully equipped galley. The lower deck offers two cabins and two bathrooms in each hull. The deck above is reserved for the Owner, who enjoys a suite with office, dressing rooms and even a private terrace. The flybridge boasts a panoramic view, lounge area, bar and sunbathing area. The tender is housed aft, on the owner’s deck, and is launched using a hydraulic crane/davit system. The foredeck can accommodate two jet-skis handled by another dedicated crane. The choice of a moderate powertrain combined with a very large fuel capacity will enable the 870 to undertake transoceanic passages.

Builder: Two Oceans Marine Manufacturing
Naval Architect: Du Toit Yacht Design
Length overall: 87’2” (26.58 m)
Waterline length: 87’2” (26.58 m)
Beam: 44’ (13.42 m)
Draft: 6’4” (1.92 m)
Air draft: 45’5” (13.85 m)
Drivetrain: 2 x 661 HP CUMMINS QSM 11
Fuel: 3,000 US gal (11,400 l)
Water: 790 US gal (3,000 l) 

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