Dolphin 74 Cruiser

    Mochi Craft’s Dolphin 74 Cruiser, launched in spring 2010, is a new rendition of its original 74. The new Dolphin—you can see the similarity in the profile with the mammal—has a sprawling flybridge for socializing and sunning that extends all the way to the transom, providing an overhang for the cockpit. The 74 was designed to be a social animal, with a large salon (the sofa seats up to 10), gourmet galley, and separate luncheon and dinette areas for informal and formal meals. The 74 was designed with a separate door to the galley so that crew could attend to their business without disturbing guests. The four-cabin layout is also particularly spacious for the size of the yacht, with eye-shaped windows cut into the hull sides that provide good natural light. The 225-square-foot full-beam master suite is palatial. The “cruiser” designation also means high-tech standard equipment like HD radar, integrated navigation systems, and easy dock SmartCommand functions for maneuvering the Dolphin.

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