October 22, 2021


NZ New Build 'THE BEAST' Renders Unveiled

Renders have been released of the hotly anticipated, 495 GRT New Zealand new build, 'THE BEAST'. The expedition yacht is being built at Profab Engineering and is due for launch early 2019 featuring a dramatic paint job to match its dramatic capabilities.

Designed by New Zealand naval architects LOMOcean with charter in mind, THE BEAST's interior and deck facilities will include every luxury and refinement expected of a superyacht with the addition of some game changing abilities for a yacht of this size including extended range for remote cruising, a 13m fully equipped game fishing vessel carried on deck, and a 9m amphibious tender.

From the ex-owner of the award-winning Alloy Yachts built - VvS1, THE BEAST has similar accents with its stout exterior and promises to be a serious asset to the South Pacific Charter Market.

This is going to be the ultimate vessel for all kinds of adventure. From intensive diving and fishing charters, exploration and research missions, to  to accessing and exploring remote atolls, THE BEAST is set to be prepared for anything.

Contact us for further information.

NOTE: 37South will be available for meetings at the Monaco Yacht Show from the 27th to the 30th of September.

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