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The N625 will maintain the same footprint as the N60, but will also feel entirely different, said Leishman. As a result of his “cleaning up the lines”, the flybridge is slightly bigger, the windows in the cabins will be bigger, and some seating has been added to the foredeck. “It will feel lighter and brighter and give a sense of a bigger boat,” he said, even though size-wise, it’s nearly identical. Like the N60 and N63 before her, the N625 will have three cabins – two below and one behind the wheelhouse.
The N625 also takes a nod from the Turkish built N41 and N51 designs, utilizing a production boat-approach to ordering. She will have more equipment and features as standard which equates to a more resourceful buy. (Not included in the standard boat are tender and soft goods.) The spec won’t be as strict as her smaller sisters’ but certainly the boat won’t be as customizeable as the 60 and 63. Offering yachts with a complete or more-complete spec provides better building efficiency as well, Leishman said.