FRESH WATER CAPACITY:
2/C-32B CATERPILLAR ENGINES @2400hp
SEASTAR OPTIMUS POWER STEERING
SPOT ZERO SEA XCHANGE REVERSE OSMOSIS WATERMAKER & SYSTEM
DOMETIC ESKIMO ICE MACHINES
DOMETIC A/C UNITS
PALM BEACH TOWERS HARDTOP AND PIPEWORK
TRIPLE SPREADER RUPP TOURNAMENT HYDRAULIC OUTRIGGERS
RELEASE TRILLION HELM CHAIR & UNLIMITED FIGHTING CHAIR
We are excited to announce the launch of our latest build, a one of a kind 70’ sportfish, built to fish anywhere, at the highest level of competition.
The Duffie 70' features a teak interior with a satin finish built by Belkov Yacht in Annapolis, MD. Entering the salon you'll find a bright and spacious layout that shows off a large gray U-shaped sofa on the port side with a large cabinet and wine cooler on the starboard. Also, to starboard, and forward, a generous L-shaped dinette provides room for the entire crew. The galley is situated to port and features four slide-out Sub-Zero refrigerators/freezers. A Fisher & Paykel convection cooktop is mounted flush with Cambria’s Signature Series quartz countertop. A large television sits above the dinette, with easy flip-up access to reveal the control panels for many of the vessel’s systems.
Moving through the companionway to the staterooms, she is arranged in a four-stateroom, three-head configuration. The master is oriented to the port side at the bottom of the steps and features a king bed, a makeup station with a stowaway seat, and a large TV mounted at the end of the bed on the wall. Massive storage is available throughout, including multiple hanging lockers. The master head is large, with plenty of room to prepare for a night out on the town on your lay day.
Moving farther forward, a full-size washer/dryer sits on the port side, and just above a small step sits a tackle nook with vertical storage for more than a dozen rod-and-reel setups. Beneath this step, entry to the fully finished forward bilge area with bright LED lighting, provides access to all forward pumps, fittings and machinery, and doubles as a large storage area for overflow provisions or extra tackle.
All the way forward you find the VIP quarters with a raised queen bed, a full private head, and ample storage. Mounted flush with the teak cabinetry is a stand-alone Garmin display, allowing the captain to keep an eye on systems and positioning during those overnight trips and to monitor anchor and collision alarms.
Two additional bunk rooms are arranged to starboard, with an additional shared head.
In the cockpit, you’ll find a Release Marine Trillion Unlimited fighting chair, air-conditioned mezzanine seating, a Spot Zero purified drinking water fill, a large fish box that doubles as a livewell, and in the step, a large ice dump fed by a Dometic Eskimo ice chipper and a huge divided fridge/freezer also stand out.
On the bridge, a pair of Release helm chairs sit aft of a large helm oriented to the port side. The helm features three 24-inch Garmin displays with a full suite of Garmin components and a Furuno omnidirectional sonar with a moveable control pod. A long bench on the starboard side provides the program with massive storage, and forward of the helm are three bolstered seats with a stowable footrest below, similar to a recliner design.
A pair of 42-foot triple-spreader Rupp Tournament hydraulic outriggers ensure a spread worthy of mention, and mounted on the Palm Beach Towers hardtop is a flush-mounted Starlink antenna.
Climbing down the engine-room hatch, you immediately occupy a small machinery space featuring a Seakeeper 26, the Dometic ice chipper, freezer controls, and the Optimus steering components. All are protected by a soundproof door for quick and easy access while underway. There is also a nice storage area just under the hatch for storing items such as dredges and teasers to keep them off the deck. Through the sub door sit two Caterpillar C32B powerhouses, producing 2,400 hp per side, and two 30 kW Phasor generators.
Forward, the climate-control components, Spot Zero Sea Xchange reverse osmosis watermaker and system, and tucked away neatly in lockers are the water pumps, as well as the closed-loop cooling system.