Mochi Craft presents the Dolphin 64’ Cruiser, the new model in the brand’s planing line. Following in the wake of the flagship, the 74’ Cruiser, this new Dolphin yacht aims to meet the requirements of all customers looking for the utmost comfort, manoeuvrability and elegance on board, combined with a unique, unmistakable style – all features that have always characterised Mochi Craft’s lobster boats and which, on this new model, are further enhanced by a touch of modern flair.
Designed by architect Brunello Acampora from Studio Victory Design in close cooperation with Norberto Ferretti, the AYT – Advanced Yacht Technology and the Centro Stile Ferrettigroup, the Dolphin 64’ Cruiser shows how the experience gained by Mochi Craft in creating “Italian style” lobster boats has now taken another major step ahead.
The Dolphin 64’Cruiser combines the harmonious, sleek lines of the hull – which has remained unchanged with respect to the previous model – and the typical marine style of the interiors, which are now even more spacious and comfortable thanks to the extended deck superstructure and a new layout.In line with the boatyard’s tradition, Mochi Craft owners can choose the colour shade of their yacht: besides aquamarine – which comes standard in this new model – and blue (the colour of hull number one), other pastel shades are available (turquoise, coral, yellow and amaranth), contributing to making each and every Mochi Craft yacht stand out amongst all others.
As usual, all onboard details have been devoted the utmost care and built with unmatched craftsmanship:from the main deck gunwales and handrails in solid teak with natural finishes to the bitts milled out from one single block of steel and decorated with a carved dolphin, the symbol of the brand. Inside, the warmth of teak goes hand with hand with innovative décor solutions, which give this yacht a distinctive contemporary style.
The Dolphin 64’s main aesthetic feature is its superstructure, whose volumes have been increased to make even more onboard space available. Another by-now unmistakable feature of Mochi Craft Cruisers’ outer profile – perfectly harmonised with the yacht’s stylish lines – is the wide flybridge that extends towards the stern and shelters the cockpit. On the main deck, the larger interiors also benefit from the wide front and side glazing which lets through plenty of natural light, allowing all guests to enjoy a wonderful view and the captain to rely on outstanding visibility while cruising. Light is the true protagonist below deck too, thanks to the wide, distinctive glazing in the hull, in the area of the master and VIP fore cabins.