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Dauntless Yachts launches first hull

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Dauntless Yachts announced the scheduled November launch of its first hull, a 75-foot expedition yacht built in Istanbul, Turkey. The yacht, designed by naval architect Jon Overing of Overing Yacht Designs, has been sold.
The builder also offers 85-foot models, and both offer a cruising range of more than 4,000 nautical miles with a standard 4,000 gallon tank and have an operating draft under six feet. The triple deck design has four staterooms, separate crew quarters and storage for auxiliary machinery and spare parts.

Dauntless Yachts constructs with infused vinylester resin, equips with 70/30 copper nickel stand pipe sea chests, Monel inverted cone strainers and uses commercial grade 316L stainless steel.
Many systems onboard have redundancy features in the event of failure.

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