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Feature: Crescent 108' Yacht By Gregory C Marshall

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  1. Crescent 108' Yacht By Gregory C Marshall
    Gregory C Marshall Naval Architects is pleased to announce their latest design and cooperation with Crescent Custom Yachts of Vancouver, British Columbia. It is a beautiful design that is perfect for family adventuring with laid-back cruising in mind. The vessel has a lower deck, main deck and flybridge area offering great space on this 108-foot platform.
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  2. There is substantial space on offer around the yacht as you traverse her many areas. The bow showcases a nice and comfortable settee area with a small table. The region is large enough to easily handle six or seven guests who can enjoy slowly cruising or approaching a shallow bay with a drink in hand. A couple can even cozy-up in this space while at anchor or place cushions on the teak-finished decking to lay on; the space is available.
  3. The yacht has beautiful design lines with a two toned paint scheme. A Grey hull and traditional white superstructure is accented by a grey mast assembly. There is an expansive flybridge area that is tailor-made for relaxation. The area is fully shaded by a large hardtop to provide a cool and comfortable area for guests. Aft on the same deck there is space to host the yacht’s 23-foot main custom tender. However, the crew can launch this tender to provide space for sun loungers to be arranged. Downstairs on the aft main deck there is a cockpit area where guests have another optional deck pace region to commune their time onboard.
  4. The flybridge is truly a well-designed space. Finished in teak, that always adds to the luxurious appeal of an exterior deck space. However, take a look at the flowing nature of the seating on the port side. It is a continuous bedding of sofa style seating that wraps around the hardtop supports offering an aesthetically pleasing layout. Two small built-in teak tables are provided in this area but adjacent on the starboard side is the main table where breakfast, lunch or dinner can be enjoyed al-fresco style. Up front along the centerline is the secondary helm station.
  5. The interior onboard the Crescent Yachts 108 is contemporary in nature with modern touches incorporated. The main saloon makes the most of the yacht’s 23’6’’ beam comprising of a comfortable saloon area dominated by sofas, main table, lazy chair and games table for two. Forward is the formal dining room arranged for eight guests to partake in dinner at once.
  6. Forward on the main deck to the starboard side you will find the main controls in the wheelhouse. The screens are simply laid out for ease of use and efficiency in operation. The wheelhouse has access to the side decks on both sides to aid in close-quarters navigation. There is a large sofa in the wheel house as is normal on most yachts but the aft facing orientation is different.
  7. Onboard the Crescent 108 there is accommodation for eight guests. A full beam master suite is midships on the lower deck, while two twins are forward and a double situated in the bow. LOA is 108’ with a beam of 23’ 6’’ and a draft of 5’ 4’’. Displacement is around 245,000 lbs and she is envisioned to carry 15,900 LT of fuel with provision to store 2,550 LT of fresh water. A pair of CAT C32 ACERT engines each with 1,925 horse power have been selected to power this yacht.

    For more information:

    Crescent Custom Yachts
    11581 Mitchell Road
    Richmond, BC
    www.crescentyachts.ca

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