The Steeler NG 65 S is the latest development by Steeler Yachts from the Netherlands and does not need to fear competition at sea or in the world's marinas.
As usual from Steeler Yachts, the NG 65 S is also a yacht that meets the highest demands for seaworthiness and safety on board, without sacrificing luxury and comfort on and below deck. Modern lines and linear design make the 65 S an eye-catcher in the marinas. In addition to the deck saloon version presented here, its dimensions also allow versions with double deck or flybridge.
Low fuel consumption Steeler's "S-Line", named after the eye-catching bow shape, was developed to meet the requirements for low fuel consumption (up to 40% less than other yachts of this size), minimum splashing water and maximum interior volume. The steel-built Steeler NG 63 S has two engines of 305 hp each and has a cruising speed of 8 knots and reaches 13 knots at the top. Steeler also offers the option of aluminium construction, which allows higher speeds with the same engine output.
Safety on deck On deck, the new Steeler offers plenty of freedom of movement and comfortable relaxation space. The wide side decks with the high ship's sides provide safe access from the foredeck to the cockpit, which is equipped with two spacious seating groups, each with a table and partly covered. From the cockpit, gently sloping steps lead to the large bathing platform, which provides access to the spacious dinghy garage. From the cockpit you enter the saloon of the Steeler NG 63 S, which is glazed with large, curved window fronts, is decorated in bright and friendly colours and noble materials and also offers room for larger groups to socialise in a cosy atmosphere.
Kitchen in the centre A staircase next to the steering position leads directly to the cooking and dining area on the other side of the ship, which, in addition to an l-shaped dining area, also has an extremely spacious U-shaped kitchen, which leaves nothing to be desired in terms of storage and work surface and can outshine many fitted kitchens in private houses. From the dining area you have access to the three cabins in the foredeck as well as to the owner's suite in the aft part of the yacht.
Luxury in the cabins The owner's suite has a large double bed and a large wardrobe. The highlight here is the strikingly spacious bathroom with a large washbasin and a luxurious shower cubicle. Bowwards you reach the guest cabins located around a hallway. The spacious four-berth cabins in the bow with two bunk beds, the double cabin on port side and the no less voluminous single cabin on starboard side provide sleeping space for 7 additional persons on board in spacious single beds and share a large bathroom with separate shower. As with all Steeler models, however, the customer, who is involved from the outset in the planning of the yachts by the shipyard, has the final say in the room layout and design of his future luxury yacht.
Technical data: Hull length: 19,50 m Width: 5,95 m Draught: 1,50 m Displacement: 52.000 kg Motorization: 2 x 410 HP