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Dec 19, 2019

Neptunus 750 FlybridgeThis February 2020 Boat Show issue of Canadian Yachting magazine actually mails before Christmas, so hopefully, we have given you sufficient time to let Santa know that what you want, is a new Neptunus 750 Flybridge. We realize that you haven’t even read the review yet, but we know how you are going to feel.

This is the Neptunus Yachts’ flagship and it is a design by Canadian Gregory C. Marshall, that marries timeless elegance with stellar performance in a 75 foot long yacht, with an 18’11” beam, three deck levels, four staterooms, three heads (plus crew quarters and another head), all powered by twin Caterpillar C32 ACERT engines producing 1,600 hp each, delivering a 26 knot cruise and a top speed of 34.1 knots.

The SalonThat’s almost 40 mph! Pretty amazing for 120,000 lbs of yacht!

And, the Neptunus 750 Flybridge is far more than just those topline features. It can make dreams into reality, trans- porting you, your family and guests to distant or remote places to vacation in downtown elegance and with every convenience. Compare the Neptunus 750 Flybridge to a Muskoka cottage, or a Vancouver penthouse and the roughly four-million-dollar price tag will seem more than justified.

Upper DeckYou can read the entire review by CY elves Editor Andy Adams and festive helper John Armstrong. They conclude that the Neptunus 750 Flybridge is an amazing running boat and a real testimony to the Gregory C. Marshall design as well as the world class crafts- manship from the team at Neptunus. But, talk to Santa soon – it takes a year to build a Neptunus 750 Flybridge.