The hull form for this design is a fine entry deep vee for excellent sea keeping performance. Standard power is twin MTU 1200hp engines. Horsepower options start at twin 900hp through to twin 2000hp. The propellors are in tunnels to reduce shaft angle and overall draft which increases efficiency.

With trans ocean passages planned the fuel has been seperated into primary and long range tanks, which are all integral. Some features incorporated are the internal stair way to the fly-bridge, al-fresco dining area with an electric window from the galley and built in coffee machine to name but a few.

Huntress was sold to an Australian owner 18 months after launching and is now based in Brisbane where she is used for extensive long range family cruising and serious big game fishing.

The interior d├ęcor on Huntress was designed by Sarah Nathan.

DESIGNER: Bill Upfold



LOA: 20.8m
Beam: 5.8m
Draft: 1.35m
Displacement: 34,000kg
Fuel: 8100L Water: 1000L
Engine: Twin MTU 93m 2000
Series 1200hp
Drive: Shaft
Cruise speed:26 knots
Max speed:33 knots