The 115' Netto
The Netto is a yachtfisher with six staterooms, a large salon and galley, an upper level pilothouse, a top level spa with hot tub, and a crow's nest steering station. Specs include 3,600 HP from twin MTUs, 6,000 gallons of fuel, 800 gallons of water and twin Northern Lights gen sets at 65 kw each. Dimensions are 114'5" length, 25'0" beam and 6'3" draft.
With a range of 3,500 miles the Netto becomes home away from home for up to 8 owners and guests, plus accommodations for 6 crew members. The full beam master stateroom is on the main level, forward of the galley, providing panoramic views. Its ensuite head and dressing room are accessed by private stairs to the lower level. Three guest staterooms are mid-ships and below, each with its own private head. A crew lounge and utility room are mid-ships. Forward are two crew staterooms with two separate heads. The skipper's stateroom is located aft of the engine room, with a separate head and work space. The spacious salon and dining area enjoy an open plan, with the galley forward to port. Stairs to starboard lead down to guest and crew staterooms. Stairs to the pilothouse and entry to the main level master stateroom are starboard and forward of the staircase. The pilothouse has two helm chairs and a raised seating area behind. Aft, there's a sky lounge with 52" TV, a wet bar, two seating areas and access to the boat deck.
On first look at the 115, you'll notice that the hull has a remarkable iridescent quality about it that is constantly changing with sun, shadow and reflection of the sea. The special dolphin blue color is by AlexSeal Paint, and makes the 115 instantly recognizable from a distance. And its metallic blue glass by Glasshape provides a distinctive accent that helps to set the boat apart from all others.
The 115 is purpose-built to make sure fish have no place to hide. It has 4 live bait tanks, a 1,000 gallon reserve bait tank below the cockpit, 6 steering stations and a crow's nest helm that's perfect for fish spotting. The two 275 gallon acrylic bait tanks on the cockpit deck are at the heart of the action. Below the cockpit deck are two fish holds and a fast freeze fish locker. Rod and reel storage, a barbeque, and engine room access are in the area just forward. Up the twin curved stairs to the California deck, there's a settee with storage lockers under, and two tables for outdoor dining. And when shallow water adventures call, the 4,000 lb Steelhead davit can launch one of two smaller boats from the boat deck for back bay pursuits or scuba diving adventures. Stairs from the boat deck take you up to the spa deck, complete with hot tub, sun bathing pads, casual seating, a bar and access to the crow's nest control center.