A timeless vessel that is sure to impress
The hull of the Canadian built Neptunus 650 was developed by Tony Castro from Southampton, UK and features a well proven 19.5°deep vee design. All new exterior styling was penned by Gregory C. Marshall from Victoria, British Columbia. The interior design elements were conceived by Lex Parker, a local of St. Catharines, Ontario.
A large compound sliding salon door opens wide to a well-executed cockpit boasts that opens to create an outside extension of the salon and even more space to entertain. The cockpit table is a wonderful centerpiece on which to enjoy chef’s creations from the built-in BBQ grille and/or fully equipped galley. Relax in the shade provided by an overhead motorized awning, or bask in the sun comfortably on the foredeck sun pad.
LOA: 66’ 4” / 20.22 m
Beam: 16’ 7” / 5.06 m
Air Draft: 17’ 10” / 5.43 m
Draft: 4’ 8” / 1.43 m
Unladen Weight: 77,815 lbs / 35,370 kg
Main Propulsion: Twin 1000 HP (735 kW) CAT Diesel engines
Fuel Tank: 1,124 Gallons / 4,248 Liters
Water Tank: 308 Gallons / 1,164 Liters
Waste tank: 128 Gallons / 484 Liters
The 650’s interior is finished in beauti-ful horizontal grain cherry wood and solid hardwood trim. Every piece of wood is finished in a satin topcoat with various high gloss accents that enhance depth and character. Unique lighting details and exquisite granite with custom nosing that matches the solid wood trim are carefully placed throughout the vessel with great attention to detail.
The 650 features a galley and dining area on the main deck level along with a large salon that provides generous seating. Below deck, the cabin arrangement includes a full beam master with oversized portlights and his & hers ensuite head that share a centrally located shower that is both massive in size and spa-like in character. Two or three cabin layout options are available, with special customization available upon request.
When it is time to push off to the next destination, cockpit controls provide superior visibility and confidence while docking. Careful planning of deck hardware and storage space makes line and fender handling an easy chore. The helm configuration is customizable during construction to ensure the most intimate connection between helm and helmsman.
The stand-up engine room is accessed from the transom via a flush-mounted gullwing door, which leads first to a crew cabin complete with ensuite head/shower and another watertight door to reach the engine room. All mechanicals and service points are laid out to be easily identified and accessible, and are presented in an orderly fashion to ensure general maintenance can be completed as efficiently and effectively as possible.
Propulsion is exclusively provided by twin CAT C-18 ACERT engines @ 1000 HP each as standard equipment. An optional 1136 HP power rating for the C-18 ACERT, increasing speed another 1.5 knots from the standard 26 knot cruise and 31.5 knot top speed respectively. Further, both generator and A/C systems exhaust/discharge under-water, resulting in a vessel that operates at noise levels nearly impossible to hear when at anchor or moored.
As with all current models produced by Neptunus Yachts, the new Neptunus 650 is built and certified to NMMA/ABYC as well as the demanding European CE category A standard.