Based on an original Bruce Roberts design
Available in Fiberglass (US built) or Steel (South Korea)
New Construction, Semi-Custom built to order
Use different engines. Design your own interior layout!
The Ruby Passagemaker 62 is a full displacement, ballasted vessel capable of traveling the world in safety and comfort. It is available with regular side decks, or as a widebody version allowing the salon to use the full beam of the boat. The raised pilothouse and Portuguese bridge are both stylish and functional. The optional fly bridge adds a whole other perspective to cruising and sightseeing.
Space has been designed into this vessel to provide accommodations for two couples plus all the facilities expected by today’s cruising yachts-man. The engine room has standing headroom and more than sufficient space to hold all the machinery necessities one needs to feel at home on the water. Single screw or twin, it will all fit in there with room to spare.
The lower deck arrangement of the Ruby Passagemaker 62 features a full width master stateroom amidships, with queen-size bed, and an ensuite head. Two guest staterooms are also included, along with space for an office or workshop. The VIP stateroom is forward and has a queen-size bed. The second guest stateroom is on the portside, and has upper and lower berths.
The hullform incorporates the latest thinking from Bruce Roberts Design when it comes to passagemaking trawler yachts, including: a single chined hull to reduce rolling, a higher prismatic coefficient to allow increased speeds when required, bilge fins which can be combined with active fins to dramatically reduce rolling and an optional bulbous bow to further reduce pitching. Combine these new features with the tried and true integrated spray flat in her hull, to knock down spray and to lift the bow in head seas or while running down a swell, and a full keel and balanced rudder assembly; you now have the latest and best in underbody passagemaker design.
The Ruby Passagemaker 62 is structurally designed to meet or exceed ABS requirements for motor pleasure yachts. And, her stability meets or exceeds the U.S. Coast Guard requirement for an offshore passenger vessel.