67′ Sea Wish
- Custom Hull #
- Splash Date
- July 2021
Sea Wish was commissioned by a seasoned owner with plans for extensive fishing ventures throughout the Caribbean, including St. Maarten, the Dominican Republic and beyond. He was involved in the design & construction processes of Hull 66 from Day 1; Providing valuable input from his home port in Ponce, Puerto Rico, as well as over the course of many visits to Jarrett Bay’s facility in Beaufort, North Carolina. The 2,000-gallon fuel capacity, Dometic SeaXchange & Spot Zero watermaker will ensure exceptional range without sacrificing the comforts of pulling into port each day.
Powered by twin Caterpillar C32A engines, each producing 1925 mhp and boasting lightweight composite construction, Hull 66 cruises at 34-knots turning 1950 rpm, with WOT clocking in at 41-knots. The propulsion package is rounded out with Caterpillar’s advanced Three60® Precision Controls which works in tandem with the bow thruster via a joystick to aid in docking and provide precise control of the boat in any direction.
- 67' 6"
- 19' 6"
- 5' 4"
- Dry Weight (lbs.)
- Fuel Capacity (gal.)
- Water Capacity (gal.)
- C32 ACERT
- 27 kW
- Cruise Speed (kts.)
- Cruise RPM
- WOT Speed (kts.)
The salon features a satin-finished teak throughout that is warm and inviting accompanied by select high gloss pieces to provide a luxurious accent. The console to starboard conceals a 55-inch Smart TV and illuminated custom bottle and glass storage. To port is the L-settee, with a U-shaped dinette forward.
The large galley boasts a spacious island with Release Marine barstools, as well 3 under-counter Sub-Zero refrigeration & freezer units in the main cabinetry run. The stunning teak hardwood flooring with maple inlay was handmade by Jarrett Bay’s highly skilled craftsmen and is flanked by ultra-soft, highly durable carpeting.
Hand-made hardwood accents & luxurious carpeting continue down forward throughout the 4-stateroom, 3-head layout of hull 66. Two bunkrooms to port are split by a full head and separate closet with stacking washer dryer.
The forward stateroom offers a walk-around queen berth with private head access and a central A/V system with Smart TV. The master stateroom amidships to starboard includes dual nightstands, large ensuite head, central A/V system, Smart TV and plenty of storage. Plus, hidden storage beneath the berth is accessed via an electrically assisted lift system.
All four staterooms include full-sized cedar-lined closets and ample storage. Rod and reel storage enjoy a dedicated space with accent lighting and a custom-etched glass door.
Boarding the cockpit of this newest Jarrett Bay, anglers and guests are met with a top-of-the-line Release Marine fighting chair and expansive mezzanine with full tackle center to starboard. The business end of the boat is brimming with refrigerated and dry storage, ice boxes and additional compartments for cleaning supplies under the gunwales. The tackle center also conceals a double Kenyon electric grill. Quick access to the engine room is found in the centerline mezzanine compartment, while a ladder curving to starboard invites the crew to join the captain on the flybridge.
The flybridge impresses with a large center console helm featuring an incorporated 110-gallon freezer with access from both port and starboard. The sun lounge forward, along with port and starboard cushioned benches provide plenty of space for guests, plus added storage beneath. The helm includes Jarrett Bay’s signature teak helm pod, and three Garmin displays: a pair of 22-inch units and a 17-inch. The hardtop underside includes a recessed electronics pod and is topped by a radar array and FLIR night vision.
The custom tuna tower – designed, fabricated and installed by PipeWelders Marine – features a 9’ gap and upper helm station with redundant engine controls. The impressive height of this tuna tower is still shadowed by the 44-foot, four-spreader Super Rigger® outriggers.
The twin Caterpillar C32A engines each produce 1925 mhp and provide a 34-knot cruise @ 1950 rpm, and WOT clocking in at 41-knots. The propulsion package is rounded out with Caterpillar’s advanced Three60® Precision Controls which works in tandem with the bow thruster via a joystick to aid in docking and provide precise control of the boat in any direction.
The owner and crew of Sea Wish have plans for extensive fishing ventures throughout the Caribbean, including St. Maarten, the Dominican Republic and beyond. The 2,000-gallon fuel capacity, Dometic SeaXchange & Spot Zero watermaker will ensure exceptional range without sacrificing the comforts of pulling into port each day.