Jarrett Bay 46
The new Jarrett Bay 46 features a machine-like appearance thanks to metallic paints from Alexseal Yacht
Coatings, including steel gray on the hull and stardust silver on the superstructure and decks, and pitch-black framing by Pipewelders.
The dark metals are contrasted by custom teak decks, coaming boards and high-gloss toe rail. The rounded transom design was fabricated
in faux-teak that provides the same classic look with less maintenance than authentic teak. Another innovation from Jarrett Bay is
the signature bucket chairs integrated into the forward cabin house. Nearby on the bow are drink and phone holders, twin livewells and
tuna tubes, an anchor locker, pop-up cleats and rod holders. The cockpit has a central mezzanine seat with large ice maker and cooler
and two freezers accessible in the steps below. Two in-deck fish boxes lie on either side of a Release fighting chair and transom
livewell with tuna tubes. The mezzanine steps and seating also house tackle drawers and dry storage.
The helm features pilot and co-pilot chairs with a complete electronics suite. To starboard is bench seat with rod storage, while additional seating, dry storage and an in-deck engine room hatch occupy the space to port forward of the helm. A sliding companionway door provides access to the cabin, where a compact but capable galley is to starboard and features a sink, microwave convection oven, over/under refrigerator/freezer and recessed storage. A two person v-berth wraps around the forward cabin underneath a central overhead hatch. To port is an extensive tackle storage station, combination rod and wet-hanging locker, and a head. Other features include a 21.5-kW generator, water maker capacity and Seakeeper gyro stabilizer. Contact: Jarrett Bay Boatworks at 252-728-2690 or visit www.jarrettbay.com.
Draft: 4' 6"
Fuel Capacity: 800 gallons
Water Capacity: 100 gallons
Paul Mann 60
The latest splash from the shop of renowned Outer Banks boatbuilder Paul Mann is the 60-foot Caught Up. Featuring twin
MAN 1550 power, she’s attained a top speed of just over 41.5 knots into a 25-knot headwind. Inside, beautiful cabinetry and fine woodwork
highlight the two-stateroom, two-head layout. The salon offers an L-shaped sofa to port with storage below, and it provides a clear view of
the pop-up flat screen TV to starboard. A U-shaped galley forward to starboard features all the meal preparation necessities and is steps
away from the port-side dinette that has storage below the seating. The master stateroom is forward and features a queen berth plus a private
head with shower and vanity and lots of closet and drawer storage. To starboard is the guest stateroom with upper and lower berths and a
private head with shower. To port there’s a walk-in pantry and laundry/storage area, along with a separate walk-in tackle closet. All areas
are spacious and feature figured teak cabinetry, teak flooring, solid surface and teak countertops, all accented with Euro-style fixtures in
the galley and heads. Custom design of the layout and features to the owner’s specifications, along with a luxurious look, first-rate woodwork,
and superb functionality, adds up to spectacular living spaces.
Caught Up features the latest electronics, cameras and mechanical components including a Side-Power 240 hydraulic bow thruster and Storm VR2500 hydraulic windlass, Eskimo ice machine, Bluewater automatic water maker and an Onan 21.5K generator. A custom cockpit mezzanine housing a freezer and refrigeration allows her to be ready to go fishing for extended periods anywhere in the world. Contact: Paul Mann Custom Boats at 252-473-1716 or visit www.paulmanncustomboats.com.
Fuel Capacity: 1,650 gallons
Water Capacity: 285 gallons