Fresh from the design boards of Guido de Groot and the imagination of the VQ team, the VQ80 takes the sleek lines and look of the VQ68 and adds more volume for lengthier stays onboard and longer adventures out to sea. This is still a fantastic dayboat while also being much more than that for those who like to cruise further and take more with them.
The VQ80 can carry lots of toys and tenders on board. With two garages, for instance, the VQ80 can easily take the latest Williams Tender 42, two waverunners and much more besides along for the ride.
The initial layouts also envisage a crew cabin so that the owner can have one or two people to help run the yacht and provide service to guests. Overall, the interior has an excellent height, offering a feeling of comfort and space spread across two decks of facilities.
There are so many features which can be added to a driver’s boat of this size that it’ll be almost as much fun to build a VQ80 as will to sail her in the years ahead.
Contact Vanquish yachts here for more information.
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