Neptunus 625 Exterior


July 17, 2017

We have just learned from Jan Willem De Jong, Neptunus Yachts’ Managing Director that this Canadian semi-custom builder has delivered a new Neptunus625 Motor Yacht to a Canadian client. The vessel will be cruising in Georgian Bay for the summer.

Rooted in a world of traditional craftsmanship, the Neptunus 625 motor yacht blends beauty with confidence in an inspiring vessel. She is fast, with a 28 knot cruise Salonfrom the optional 1136HP C-18 CAT’s. Spacious, with an overall length of 65’4″, the Neptunus 625 allows owners to explore the horizons with confidence.

GalleyThe spacious flybridge of the Neptunus 625, with seating for two or for twelve, invites you to relax and absorb the warmth of the sun while underway in style and comfort. Inside, a stunning salon with custom entertainment center and fully equipped galley with dinette welcome you and your guests. An optional inside helm station with full electronics for offshore cruising is available to get you to your next destination in complete climate controlled comfort.

The Neptunus625 provides roomy entertaining options with opposing seating in the salon and a dining table that comfortably seats more than six. Below, a full-beam master stateroom with king-sized bed awaits you. A spacious three Master Cabinstateroom layout and an optional crew cabin are offered, all with enough drawer and closet space to make onboard living a pleasure.

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