De Antonio D33 Yacht

Jun 7, 2016

Category: Rides

Summer is here, which means that it is time to start spending your days on the water. Everyone does it differently, some go out to surf, others go fishing, and then – of course – there are those who spend lazy afternoons on yachts. For those that prefer the latter, De Antonio’s newest D33 may pique your interest.

This yacht eschews the rounded hull that you’ll see on most boats for a much harsher straight line up from the water that results in an almost toy-like look. A bold exterior design on this vessel matches both the interior and the performance. With two engines that can put out a combined 700 horses, passengers can easily speed along the water fast enough to tow wake-boarders, set anchor and relax on the teak deck, or head down to the interior cabin to rest on a bed and cook up a meal on the kitchenette. With space for up to ten people, an on-deck shower, and sundecks at both the bow and stern, it is hard to imagine a better way to set out for an afternoon on the water. The price on this thing hasn’t yet been set, but you can expect it to be pretty high up there. [Purchase]

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