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There’s always more to a new yacht model than just a leap up in size, and the Summit 62 MY is no exception. This yacht could wisely be considered an exponential take on the Summit 54 MY, with more than just deck space sized up to fill out the hull measuring 68 feet 7 inches LOA with an 18-foot 2-inch beam.
Michael Peters designed a performance planing hull that will offer the kind of volume an experienced owner-operator seeks, and the design team envisioned a creative way to work all of Summit’s established principles into a singular layout, including a generous aft deck that connects seamlessly with the galley through large sliding glass doors.
The expansive glass stretches forward along both sides and connects with the windshield at the helm, bathing the entire space in natural light and surrounding family and friends with the best available views.
The flybridge creates a whole new angle on cruising with a high vantage point and ample seating beneath a robust hardtop. A large tender stows on chocks athwartships, opening up explorations when on the hook or a mooring.
Likewise the foredeck has a spacious sunpad with an available foldaway Bimini. Wide walkable side decks make it easy to move fore and aft.
Belowdecks, a three-stateroom layout lets everyone spread out, with private heads for each space, including separate showers. The staterooms all will be finished to the comfort level one has come to expect from Kadey-Krogen, with plenty of stowage, thoughtful touches in the owner’s suite, like a desk or dressing table, and a settee to help make any cruise into a true getaway.
Many people don’t think of a planing hull in a cruising yacht of this size and volume, but it is the most efficient way to go faster. Design firm Michael Peters Yacht Design takes care to design the hull with attention to weight and balance. When a design works properly, the hull is on the surface of the water, less of the hull actually touches the water, so there’s less friction to overcome with horsepower and fuel burn.
Our buyers expect smart use of interior space with plenty of stowage, a fine interior finish, and robust construction in a yacht equipped to cruise.