Now in its fourth year, the Tidewater Cove Boat Show is one of the Pacific Northwest’s most anticipated in-water yacht events and takes place in Washington State’s very own Vancouver city just across the river from trendy Portland. This year’s show runs from the 26th to 29th of July and will feature a diverse selection of yachts to peruse and purchase if something catches your eye.
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Amongst the strong cohort of vendors in attendance this year is Sundance Yachts who have over 45 years of experience of matching would-be owners with their dream boat. From their offices in Seattle, Portland and Blaine, Sundance currently represent three trusted brands: Prestige Yachts, Jeanneau Powerboats, and Cutwater Boats. In total Sundance plans to show off seven of their sporty motorboats at the Tidewater show, with a particular focus on their magnificent selection of larger vessels from Prestige Yachts.
Prestige prides themselves on crafting high-performance, beautiful vessels that are designed by people who truly know and understand the sea. Thanks to the sublime combination of French marine engineering and Italian interior design, Prestige has built over 2,500 boats and are constantly striving to give owners the best possible on board experience by adding cutting-edge technology and neat living solutions.
Sundance will bring three Prestige yachts to the Tidewater Cove show this year, their Prestige 630, Prestige 750, and Prestige 680. They hope to introduce potential owners to a brand that really covers all the bases when it comes to offering comfort and plenty of living space without compromising on stylish design and performance capabilities.
This striking 62.4 foot motoryacht is the ideal choice for weekend cruising up and down the dramatic Pacific Northwest coast thanks to her spacious saloon and three guest cabins which each have their own private heads and showers and can accommodate up to 8 overnight guests. Highlights include the hydraulic swim platform, inviting interior spaces styled in restful neutral tones, and her twin 2 x Volvo IPS 950 engines which give her a top speed of 28 knots. At a cruising speed of 24 knots she has a range of 300 nautical miles thanks to a fuel tank capacity of 713 gallons.
With its sharp clean edges and slick interior design, the Prestige 680 was crafted to meet the needs of the most discerning owners. The 70.4 foot motoryacht was designed to be powered by two Volvo IPS 1200 engines which offer excellent maneuverability and easy handling even at high speeds. Cruising at 25 knots she has a range of 303 nautical miles and an impressive top speed of 30 knots. Thanks to her slightly larger design, she’s ideally suited to longer, more adventurous cruises with family or close friends. Onboard you’ll find five roomy guest suites which can accommodate 10 guests and a warm, inviting interior design similar to that found on the Prestige 630.
Sundance’s largest yacht at the Tidewater show will be the 74 foot Prestige 750. A true home from home on water, this beauty boasts a total of five ensuite guest suites which can receive up to 10 overnight guests. While she has much in common with her smaller sister Prestige yachts, as soon as you step on board you’ll notice the abundance of space and enhanced livability that comes with a larger yacht. Standout features include her master suite which is located on its own deck for privacy and her full-beam VIP suite which is one of the largest you’ll find for a motoryacht of this size. Her top speed of 28 knots and cruising range of over 300 nautical miles at 24 knots also mean she’s well-suited to extended expeditions to wherever your fancy might take you.
If you do happen to fall in love with one of Sundance’s motoryachts, they will all be available to purchase at the show and have a price range of between $125,000 and $4,500,000.