66 Super Sport
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Sportfishing luxury on a grand scale describes the 66 Super Sport, the largest boat in the Ocean fleet during the 1990s and still a handsome yacht today in spite of her age. Shes basically an improved (and easier riding) version of the earlier 63 Super Sport with a deeper forefoot, a reshaped transom, additional fuel, and a newly configured flybridge. The 66 is built on a tapered modified-V hull with cored hullsides and a nearly flat 3 degrees of transom deadrise. Below deck, her lavish (and innovative) floorplan is arranged with the galley and dinette forward and a step up from the huge salon. There are four staterooms on the lower level with the full-beam master suite located beneath the galley. The cockpit comes with molded tackle centers, cockpit controls, in-deck fish box, and direct engine room access. Topside, the factory hardtop and built-in radar arch were standard, and the massive flybridge includes three pedestal seats, a wet bar, and lounge seating for a crowd. Additional features include teak covering boards, laundry center with washer/dryer, central vacuum system, and a bow pulpit. Standard 1,040hp 12V-92s cruise the Ocean 66 at 25 knots and deliver a top speed in the high 20s.