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Intermarine was established in Brazil in 1973 and since has since built thousands of units. They are a Brazilian national leader in the production of luxury motoryachts from 38 to 76 feet built in the São Paulo metropolitan region. Built with passion and excellent craftsmanship, Intermarine prides itself on aesthetics, innovation, high quality, performance, engineering, and state-of-the-art technology. Intermarine takes great pride in their social and environmental responsibility. Using infusion lamination of hulls, they are able to reduce emissions of gases and particles, enabling a lighter vessel with lower fuel consumption. Following purchase, crew and owners can rely on Intermarine’s support and trainings detailing all of the yacht’s systems.

Starting in the late ‘90s and continuing for 12 years, Intermarine built Azimut models at their yard while they also continued to build their own range of high performance, luxury offshore boats during this partnership. In 2009, the companies parted ways, and Intermarine has since unveiled their own range by renowned design studios BMW Group DesignworksUSA, Luiz de Basto Designs, and Fernando de Almeida Yacht Design.

Intermarine’s four new models include the Intermarine 55, the Intermarine 60, the Intermarine 75, and the Intermarine 85, with more on the way. The Intermarine 75 (77 feet in total length) offers four suites, a large swim platform, and large bow with plenty of space for sunbathing. Engine options allow for either top speeds of 34 knots or 30 knots. The Intermarine 85 with 88 feet in total length combines elegance with sportiness, featuring an extensive use of glass for commanding sea and coastal views. The Intermarine 85 allows for customization of the flybridge furniture configuration.

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