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Feature: Sunbird Yachts 67' Holland Skylounge

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  1. Also notable but unseen below, in the nether-world of yachting, but absolutely necessary; the fresh water system - a 289-G SS tank, with internal baffles and fittings for vent, fill, supply, etc. PEX tubing and bronze system fittings, plus facilities for engine room deck wash. Also a 20G Torrid water heater.
  2. An angle shot of the engine room for perspective...
  3. On the hard, gears are ZF 325A, with stainless 2-3/4” shafts turning Nibral props; dynamically balanced and computer scanned. Bronze shaft struts and PYI shaft seals complete the running gear. On the unseen inside, the western gear maneuvering this cruiser from the east is a Teleflex power steering system w/316 SS rudder blades and rudder stock, plus 2 SS link bars between bronze tillers.
  4. Now, the Sunbird 67 Holland embarks on brand new Chapter/Voyage. Both Brian Holland and Li Yuexian are quite pleased with the outcome, as this new yacht from the land of the Rising Sun completes her next step in a voyage certain to make waves, as well as history. Applause will soon be heard, with pleasure no doubt, from Shanghai to San Francisco... and beyond.

    Feature by Capt. Chuck Gnaegy
    Photography by Neil Rabinowitz

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    Specifications:

    Length: 67'
    Beam: 19"
    Draft: 5'6"
    Displacement: 80,000 lbs.
    Engines: 2 x MAN 1050hp
    Genset: Kohler 16 Kw
    Fuel: 600 Gallons
    Water: 280 Gallons
    Top Speed: 25 knots

    For more information contact:

    Sunbird Yachts
    www.cnsunbird.com
    Tel: 86-756-7726777

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  5. DETAILS​


    Sunbird's aft deck provides one more playful feature, a hydraulic stern door that raises to provide a float-in garage for a 14' Rendova inflatable.
  6. It doesn't get any easier...
  7. How many 67' yachts can swallow a 14' RIB, whole?