“This modern day motoryacht is designed to meet any demands of the clients ” – Scott Dillon, R Marine Pittwater.
The Belize 66 Daybridge: A totally new tradition reaches a higher level
The Belize 54 quickly attracted owners who, after many years of boating, knew exactly what they wanted and found a passionate team that could help them create dream ultimate motor yacht. A totally new tradition was established with the distinctive lines and classic styling evoking the poise of a bygone era. Now that tradition reaches a higher level with the new Belize 66 Daybridge.
Today over 30 Belize motor yachts are cruising international waters, from the coral reefs of Queensland to the Great Lakes and New England regions of the United States where style and tradition are part of the yachting bloodline.
Outstanding ride and seakeeping qualities
The Belize running surface is sublime. This new breed of motor yacht has a hull designed specifically around Volvo’s advanced, Integrated Propulsion System (IPS). Following the initial design concepts,
a series of tank testing was undertaken at the Australian Marine College, resulting in a shape beautifully mated to her power source.
A fine entry slices the water ahead, a proper keel assists tracking and a substantial turn-down chine
in the bow deflects spray and delivers a dry and silky ride offshore.
That’s why a Belize always proceeds in a stately fashion, in keeping with her exterior style.
A new level of luxury, comfort and practicality
A spacious cockpit, cleverly designed for easy entertaining or to simply relax with your soulmate
– beautiful music, a game of backgammon, or that new book you just can’t put down. The perfect breakfast table is teak which folds for convenience and sits firmly on a fixed stainless pedestal. There’s plenty of room for guests on the starboard side as well as the aft lounge. Portside is where you will find the barbeque station with two electric BBQ’s as well as a drawer fridge and an icemaker. Or Daybridge owners have the option to locate a barbecue station on the bridge.
Cockpit decking is teak and self-draining for easy hose-down cleaning. You’ll find handy storage under the L shaped lounge and there’s a large ice cooler under the aft seat. A mirror-polished stainless steel bulkhead features a sliding glass door entry to the saloon and a large awning window opens to connect the cockpit to the galley.
Superb galley and a spacious, gracious interior
Stepping inside the massive saloon area you are greeted by a large U-shape galley fit for a celebrity chef. Cabinetry is euro inspired and finely handcrafted with stone benchtops and Miele appliances including a combi microwave convection oven, 3 burner induction cooktop with range hood, and fully integrated dishwasher. There’s a one and a quarter stainless steel sink with insinkerator and Hansgrohe mixer. Pantry and refrigeration are portside with Vitrifrigio full-height fridge freezer and additional two drawer fridge under bench.
Moving forward and one step up from the galley
is the lounge and dining area to starboard with a further lounge or free-standing armchair opposite. The chair can be moved across the space to increase seating. Owners will personalise this entire space with a select choice of high-quality Italian leathers and bespoke fabrics and finishes.
The dining and lounge area transfer into a media room at the push of a button with a 55” Smart TV rising up behind the helm. Surround sound, Blu-ray player, Apple TV, wireless router FM stereo aerial and FTA TV antenna are standard. Dedicated installation space allows owners to easily add SAT-TV and 3G/4G modem communication.
Choose a compact lower helm
The Belize Daybridge attracts owners who love
open air cruising, and whilst you can still have a master helm on the main deck you also have the option of making this lower helm a compact station for inclement weather – a single helm seat and instrument dashboard is located starboard making room to port for sumptuous L-shape lounge and coffee table.
A expansive entertainment and command station, the Daybridge is accessed from the saloon by an internal stairway. The helm seats are forward behind a wide dashboard and sports wheel. Twin companion chairs are on the starboard side along with viewing lounge – further aft is a U-shape lounge surrounding a timber dinette. A popular option for entertaining is a barbecue station with ample benchtop, sink
and fridge – located on the port side opposite the dining area. A hardtop covers the full helm and entertainment area with the exception of single and double sun lounges aft and these can be shaded by a push button retractable canvas awning.