June 14, 2018

POTW 1This beauty came our way from Reel Deal Yachts in Bahia Mar, Florida. Why not charter for the summer? Well it checks in at around 2,500 US for a day but don’t be shy!!

The ever popular Frank Mulder designed VanDutch 40 is the perfect runabout that will be sure to standout and bring the fun among a sea of white boats! This Beautiful 2016 model has Titanium paint and Hermes color cushions.

• Twin berths sleep 2 guests in the lower cabin.
• Custom paintjob and cutting edge European design.
• Axe Bow ensures incredible stabile ride.
• Wet-Bar, ample seating and sun pads covered by Bimini.

Number of Cabins : 1
Overnight guests: 2
Cruising: 12

Length: 40 Feet
Beam: 11 Feet, 6 Inches
Engine: 2 X YANMAR 8LV 480 HP (diesel)
Waverunners/Jetskis available on request for an additional fee.
POTW 2

Boat beauty shots are always a good idea for our Photo of the Week but it can be anything, pets, fun, craziness, beautiful sunsets. Got a great shot? Send it in and you could have the Photo of the Week.

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