Integrity 400 Adventurer
Integrity Motor Yachts has announced the latest addition to its range, the Integrity 400 Adventurer, which will be launched in October of this year.
The 400 Adventurer boasts spacious entertaining areas, including the huge cockpit, which is connected to the saloon and aft galley through a large door and galley hopper window.
The flybridge features adjoining L-shaped lounge seats with tables just aft of the helm and a generous 80lt refrigerator, with cooler storage or optional refrigeration areas under the lounges.
The roomy saloon is complemented by the natural light that floods the fully-appointed galley. The forward dinette and lounge are finished in high-quality leather, with the dinette dropping to offer an additional full queen-size bed.
Full head height ceilings extend below decks and are a feature of the forward master cabin, portside guests’ cabin and adjoining en suite. The master cabin features a full queen-size island bed plus a flatscreen TV. The guest cabin features a queen-size bed and the bathroom includes a separate shower compartment.
The 400 Adventurer is powered by a single 225hp John Deere shaft drive engine.
Enquiries: Integrity Motor Yachts. Web: www.integrityboats.com.au.
MB Sports 220V
California-based MB Boats has been building boats for over two decades, and over that period it has developed a reputation as a manufacturer of some of the most functional and unique wakeboard and ski craft on the US market. Recently, the company released its latest design in Australia, the MB Sports 220V.
Building on the success of its bigger brother, the F21 Tomcat, which has already been seen on many of Australia’s popular waterways, the 220V is a 7.7m (22ft) versatile waterski and wakeboard performer. With a beam of 2.43m (7.9ft), the 220V is certified to carry 12 people comfortably, plus all their equipment. Weighing in at 2043kg, the 220V can easily be towed behind a large family sedan, says MB Sports.
Standard features of the 220V include zero-off GPS cruise control and a revolutionary gravity-fed ballast system that takes on 720lt of wake-shaping ballast in less than 60 seconds.
The 220V is powered by a PCM Excalibur 343hp 5.7lt V8, or the owner can upgrade to the optional PCM 409hp 6.0lt V8.
Powerplay 60 Enclosed Flybridge
Award-winning multi-hull manufacturer Powerplay says its stylish new model, the Powerplay 60, boasts motor-yacht looks, an enclosed flybridge and a huge master cabin on the main deck level.
The 60 Enclosed Flybridge is packed with design innovations and the latest technology, says Powerplay. The luxury interior features American cherry timbers, leather upholstery and quality Miele appliances. The spacious galley is conveniently located on the main deck level and all berths are queen size.
The Powerplay 60 has an estimated range of 3000nm and will achieve a top speed of 24kt (44.4km/h). Designers at Powerplay claim the full displacement, low-resistance hulls allow a choice of cruising speed anywhere between 10 and 18kt (18.5 and 33km/h).
The last Australian-built Powerplay 60 was fitted with Volvo IPS drives. Currently, there are three Powerplay 60s in production in China. Two are powered by twin 315hp Yanmar six-cylinder diesels, and the third is powered by 5.9lt Cummins Zeus drives. Powerplay Catamarans says it provides quality advice to prospective boat owners on selecting the best propulsion system to meet their needs.
Enquiries: Powerplay Catamarans, tel: (07) 5502 9998. Web: www.powerplaycatamarans.com.au.