About Neptunus Yachts
Located in St. Catharines, Ontario, Neptunus Yachts builds semi-custom yachts designed for performance and dependability yet graced with richness in style and detail. With a background of Dutch heritage in building yachts since 1969, Neptunus expanded to the facility in Ontario. Neptunus offers a range of semi-custom vessels from 50 to 80 feet in various models crafted by experienced tradespeople. Neptunus produces their hulls, deck, and bridge moldings from high strength resins and laminate using spray and hand layup. Interior modules are prefabricated using options chosen by the customer while mechanical and electrical systems are being installed. With a passion for excellence and commitment to continuous improvement, Neptunus engages customers in their yacht building process from beginning to end.
Neptunus builds with the owner-operator in mind as evidenced in the carefully engineered engine room, providing easy access to the components and systems that boaters routinely use. Oversized cleats, heavy stainless steel railings, top quality portholes, the finest hardware and fittings, and standard stainless anchor reflect a commitment to quality and durability. Neptunus bills itself as a “boaters’ boat.”
Granting convenient interior access, the sky-lounge on the Neptunus 66 Sky-Lounge boasts a handsomely appointed space to socialize or relax, while the Neptunus 66 Motor Yacht boasts a full-beam master and his-and-hers full-beam head. With optional galley-forward layout, the Neptunus 70 SkyLounge features a tremendous view with exquisite appointments in a climate-controlled, whisper-quiet environment. The Neptunus 70 motor yacht offers an 18-foot, 11-inch beam that houses its full-beam master stateroom and a bright, open salon accented by rich cherry wood washed in warm natural light. Smaller Neptunus models include the popular 62 motoryacht, 56 Fly-Bridge, 55 Royale, and 55 Cabrio. Neptunus has also more recently launched a 74-foot and 75-foot Fly-Bridge.
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