Published: Thursday, 23 March 2017

Luxury marque Belize has unveiled the latest semi-custom motoryacht, the Belize 66. The first hull Sedan is scheduled for delivery to its owner in the United States in mid-2018. Two more yachts have already been ordered, including a hardtop daybridge model for a client in Australia.

Belize Unveils Flagship 66ft Motoryacht

(Images: Belize - Belize 66 Sedan)

Available in sedan or daybridge models, the Belize 66 offers three or four cabins with a large aft utility room or optional crew quarters. The new motoryacht will be powered by Volvo Penta IPS.

The new model builds on the heritage Belize 54, first unveiled in 2011, of a luxury motoryacht that evokes the styles of a bygone era of yachting, of hand-crafted interiors and of individuality.

Belize Unveils Flagship 66ft Motoryacht 1

(Belize 66 daybridge version with optional hardtop)

Wes Moxey, Belize co-founder and Riviera CEO, said: "The marque was born of the desire to work with clients to create a distinctive yacht and we embraced their demands for the highest quality craftsmanship."

Today, 25 Belize 54s are cruising international waters, from the coral reefs of Queensland to the Great Lakes and New England regions of the United States. 

Belize Unveils Flagship 66ft Motoryacht 2

(Four cabin layout with twin crew bedroom)

Moxey added: "We have been able to include more of everything a client could want in the 66 than any equivalent boat in the world.”

Moxey said he and designer Stephen Ford worked for two years on concepts before extensive consultation with current Belize 54 owners. "Many of the design elements in the new Belize 66 have been drawn from our owners who now want something larger and more comprehensive.”