The 70 is a warrior in all types of weather conditions. The deep-V hull, which set the standard for offshore excellence more than 60 years ago, allows performance and comfort at cruise. Goin Deep cruises at 35 knots. Her solid fiberglass hull bottom and high-density foam construction hull sides are proven. Her MTU 16V-2000s are low hour at 2,000 and have had the 2,000 service.
The 70 has a broad beam, which carries all the way back to the stern providing an exceptionally spacious salon and, at 270 square feet, a cockpit even larger than those on many larger yachts. This generous cockpit has mezzanine seating containing multiple freezers and storage lockers. and a molded spiral staircase to the flybridge make getting about simple and safe, even in the fiercest of conditions
Frameless port, starboard, and aft windows offer panoramic views from within the new salon layout giving the yacht's profile a streamlined look. The salon is filled with hand-selected exotic American Cherry cabinetry, granite countertops, and carpeting with acoustic padding, which silences the interior. All seating has an unobstructed view of the 42-inch LCD HDTV with Bose® home theater surround sound. The wet bar is to starboard and features bottle storage and ice machine, and the dinette comfortably seats five guests. With the goal of maximizing space without compromising luxury or comfort, the sofa (with optional recliner) features storage compartments that are incorporated into the arms of the sofa. Preparing casual or gourmet fare is a pleasure in the roomy galley, which is equipped with a standard upright refrigeration system plus a drawer refrigeration unit, microwave/convection oven, four-burner cook-top with full oven, dishwasher, and a trash compactor.
The 700's full-beam master cabin is highlighted by oblong porthole windows on either side of the king berth providing breathtaking views of the surrounding water. From the moment you enter the master, the entire cabin lights up as natural sunlight beams through the windows. Along with the cedar hanging locker and under-bed drawers, storage options include port and starboard dressers or one dresser and a desk/vanity desk. The master head includes an expansive shower stall, teak flooring, and dual his-and-her sinks.
The VIP forward stateroom offers a queen berth, while the starboard guestroom boasts large twin side-by-side berths. Both have a cedar hanging locker, nightstand with drawer, upper hull-side storage cabinets, and private access to their respective heads. All staterooms come equipped with LCD HDTVs, digital alarm clocks, and wall-to-wall carpeting.