Be seduced by the pinnacle of excellence with our Flagship Victoria 67, a breathtaking blend of elegance, sophistication and exhilarating performance. This incomparable luxury catamaran represents the promise of timeless memories with family and friends as you discover the world’s most beautiful locations in effortless luxury.
Our design office has redefined luxury cruising with the Victoria 67’s remarkable levels of space, her sensuous lines and exquisite contemporary finishes.
Experience the essence of true freedom with the unrivalled space throughout the yacht. Her inspired saloon and decadent cabins, expansive cockpit and amazing dual-access flybridge provide endless choice for private relaxation or sharing special times with those you cherish.
With our design team on hand to fully exclusively customise the yacht to your requirements, the Victoria 67 becomes as individual as you are. Reward yourself with a yacht that fuses pure extravagance with an entirely new dimension in offshore performance.
Representing high-quality brokerage yachts and the Jeanneau Premiere Dealer for the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coast.
Elegant and entirely contemporary, this large cruising catamaran represents the excellence of the Fountaine Pajot yard. Our staff and the Berret Racoupeau naval architect partnership teams have used all their talent to ensure that this new FLAGSHIP is a success. Her size has allowed us to incorporate a magnificent flydeck which can be easily accessed from the cockpit. This genuinely warm and inviting meeting space blends perfectly into the aesthetics of this boat, with features worthy of the comfort provided by the very best hotels.
AN EXCEPTIONAL FLYDECK AND MAJESTIC LINES
The flydeck of the VICTORIA 67 is accessible on both sides by a highly secured stairway and is one of the most appreciated on-board living spaces. Benches, side tables and a relaxing sofa offer every comfort to guests, allowing them to relax and make the most of the sailing experience. The crew appreciates the excellent visibility provided by the flydeck, the ergonomic design of the helm station and the efficiency of deck equipment, all of which provide the best possible conditions for operating the boat. At the aft of the flydeck is an area dedicated to the communication equipment and solar panels.
With discrete spaces, subtle lines and built-in equipment, Isabelle Racoupeau has designed the interiors of the VICTORIA 67 using an «Urban Chic» approach which is both warm and contemporary. Functionality and efficiency have not been neglected and moving between the various living or resting areas is made easy by the wide passageways. On board the VICTORIA 67 you are always in touch with the sea, whether through the glazed bays of the huge saloon or through the superb hull lights in the cabins.
Cockpit on one same level with saloon
1 fixed teak cockpit tables (10 persons)
4 persons teak covered bench seat + 6 teak chairs
2 teak covered side bench seat
2 side Sunbathing areas
Main lighting with embedded led spotlights
1 large aft sunbed with access to the tender
1 coffee table
1 sofa and additional chairs
Storage volume above bench
Lighting by embedded Led spots
Access via a wooden door from the aft companionway
Double bed (1,60/2,00m approx.) island bed
Cupboards and hanging space
Ventilation via a deck hatch
Large porthole with curtain
Blind and mosquito net on the deck hatch
Main lighting by embedded led spots and 2 bedside reading lights
1 x 220V socket
Private access from the aft cabin
Counter top with built-in washbasin
Automatic drainage of the grey water
Electric fresh water marine toilet
Bathroom accessories (toilet brush and hangers)
Ventilation via 1 deck hatch
Lighting - waterproof led spotlights
Teak planking in shower
Cupboard under washbasin
1 shaver socket
Galley with large glass working top
2 stainless steel sinks with grinder
Hot and cold pressurized water
1 stainless steel hob, 4 gas burners
1 electric oven
Fridge volume : 350 l
Freezer volume : 200 l
Storage cupboards and drawers
Space allowed for a large dishwasher (12 place settings)
Lighting by embedded led spots
Ventilation via hood above cooking hob
2 x 110hp diesel engines
High-resistance stainless steel direct transmission shafts
V-shaped shaft bracket
2 three-blade fixed propeller
Engine compartment ventilation natural intake of air + mechanical extraction of air
Complete control panels and dual engine controls at helm station
2 engine alternators 12V recharging these 2 engine batteries
Back-up manual connection between both sets of engine batteries
1 set of service batteries in port hull for 24V on board energy supply
2 engine alternators 24V recharging the set of service batteries.
1 x 24V/220V inverter 3000W/60 Amps
1 battery charger 60A
Distribution to 220v network : Outlets for cabins, onboard comfort, electric household appliances
1 shore power cord 32A
Decentralized distribution for all 24V functions
Protection via trip switches located in watertight electrical cabinets
24V switchboard at the chart table with trip switch protection for all functions requiring an on/off switch – pumps, sailing lights, electronics …
Free sockets for other equipment
Mast and Boom
White coated aluminium mast and boom
Full standing rigging
1 mainsail halyard, twin-thread low-stretch cover
2 genoa halyards
1 extra halyard
1 spinnaker halyard
1 boom toping lift
1 lazy bag
3 reef lines
2 flag halyards
Jammers on all halyards, reef lines and topping lift
Navigation, motor and anchor lights
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.