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News: Vanquish Boats at the 2010 Newport International Boat Show

September 15, 2010 by yachtlover
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Vanquish Boats (www.vanquishboats.com) will re-introduce its traditionally-designed, hand-crafted runabout and center console models at the 2010 Newport International Boat Show, September 16-19 (Newport Yachting Center, Dock S-20).

Vanquish was recently acquired by Morgan Huntley and re-located to Newport, Rhode Island. A graduate of the Landing School and the International Yacht Restoration School, Huntley has over 15 years of boatbuilding experience, including positions with Hinckley and Outer Limits. “At the Newport show, we look forward to re-acquainting the industry and consumers with the distinctive design and quality craftsmanship of a Vanquish boat,” he said.

The new Vanquish 24 Runabout tender and 24 Center Console tender are equipped with Crusader 350 MPI Captain’s Choice inboards and will go most anywhere, drawing just 19 inches, thanks to a unique prop pocket.

Vanquish 24 Runabout Specifications:

• L.O.D. 24′ – 2″
• L.O.A. 25′ – 8 3/4″
• Beam Max – 8′ 0″
• Beam, Chine – 7′ – 3″
• Deadrise At Transom – 16 Degrees
• Draft Propulsion – 19″
• DSPL @ DWL LBS – 4100
• Fuel Capacity – 66 Gal

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