V63 Sportfish

    Vicem’s $2.6 million sportfisherman made its U.S. debut in February 2009. Stepping aboard the boat, with its walls and cabinets of Khaya mahogany and its flooring of Ducia mahogany and teak, is like entering a gentlemen’s club. The yacht is well-equipped for fishing, with such tournament-level features as a live-bait station, a freezer, a Pompanette fighting chair and pole holder, and an optional Bausch-American tuna tower. In keeping with Vicem’s styling, the boat’s fighting chair is made of teak. The builder says that it can launch about a dozen V63s each year.

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