The Dolphin 64’ Cruiser is the boatyard's most recent model, penned by Brunello Acampora of Studio Victory Design. It matches the harmonious, high performing shape of the hull with typical nautical taste in interiors, with the classic Dolphin teak combined with contemporary décor and design solutions.
The most impressive aesthetic feature is the increased volume of the superstructure, with the generous flybridge stretching over the cockpit. From the cockpit, furnished with a large teak table and a comfortable “form” sofa with folding backrest, a sliding glass door leads to the main deck.
The lounge is a single space divided into living, dining and helm zones, while the galley is a completely separate area. At the bow, to starboard, is the renovated helm station. The lower deck features sensibly reorganized spaces. The master cabin is located amidships and features a luxury three-area en suite bathroom. The new design solutions involve furnishings as well as layout: Solid wood is matched with leather details.
|Length Overall||19.63 m - 64 ft 5 in|
|Length Of Hull||19.35 m - 63 ft 6 in|
|Load Waterline Length||17.98 m - 59 ft 0 in|
|Max beam||6.13 m - 20 ft 1 in|
|Draft||1.79 m - 5 ft 10 in|
|Unladen displacement||37.900 kg - 83,555 lbs|
|Laden displacement||45.400 kg - 100,090 lbs|
|Fuel||3.600 l - 951 US gal|
|Water||990 l - 262 US gal|
|People on board||16|
|Bathrooms in crew quarter||1|
|Engine||MTU 8V 2000 M84|
|Max speed||29 kn|
|Cruise speed||25 kn|
|Engine||MTU 8V 2000 M94|
|Max speed||31 kn|
|Cruise speed||27 kn|