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Clipper Motor Yachts

Formerly known as Clipper Motor Yachts

Performance and luxury, form and function come together in perfect harmony aboard the Explorer 60/62.  Inside and out the Explorer 60/62 impresses with its timeless style, classic design and luxurious interiors. Pilot from the lower helm and enjoy sweeping visibility or from the fly bridge, where panoramic views and luxurious seating create an irresistible setting for your family and friends. Designed by a renowned Canadian Marine Architect, the Explorer 60/62 represents the Explorer experience at its finest. With a range of engine choices, the Explorer 60/62 is capable of long rang cruising at 10knots or if you want a turn of speed she is capable of cruising at 20 knots.

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General specifications

  • L.O.A.: 18.6 m / 61 ft 4 in
  • Beam: 5.2 m / 16 ft 10 in
  • Draft: 1.67 m / 5 ft 6 in
  • Displacement: 26.8 tonnes / 28.6 tons
  • Fuel Capacity: 4300 Litres / 976 US Gallons
  • Water Capacity: 1500 Litres / 340 US Gallons

Standard layout

Layout option B


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TESTIMONIAL:

NOTE: Mr. Tony Gibbs of Auckland, New Zealand took delivery of his Explorer 62 in October of last year (5 months ago). Tony has already logged almost 300 hours with extensive cruising on his new Explorer 62'.

Warren,

Trust you received photos okay.
The first and most important issue for me when choosing this craft was the fact it is a serious sea boat.
Also my last boat 40' was from this yard and I always had every confidence in her.
We were in swells at times of 3 plus metres today for some hours, at no time did I feel the boat was in danger, the Wesmar stabilisers were working well and the roll eliminated, at times we were purring along at 17 odd knots, then often I was content to cruise at 10k and a much lower fuel consumption. We covered around 70NM today and around 40 yesterday, and a final 30 tomorrow.
It's hard to talk of Giros , but I can recommend Wesmar, they also have zero roll I understand on offer, however with a vessel of this weight at anchor it surprises me you need them at all.
We have anchored in many crowded bays and never needed them. Thanks for your call.

Kind regards, Tony