• 2021 Hunt Ocean 63

    2021 Hunt Ocean 63
  • Powered by twin Volvo Penta IPS 1350s, the yacht cruises at 26 knots and reaches 31 knots wide open
  • On longer passages, you can throttle back and cruise at 10 knots, extending your range to 1,150 nautical miles.
  • Hunt owners can now enjoy the same white glove ownership and service experience that Hinckley owners have loved for years.
  • At the helm station, you’ll find fingertip-controls with IPS joystick docking, Humphree interceptors, and stabilization for a comfortable ride
  • The main salon provides you, your guests, and family with a generous living space for dining, or socializing out of the elements
  • The interior of the first Ocean 63 features extensive brightwork and teak-and-holly decks chosen by its owner
  • Depending on the layout you choose, you have room for four en suite cabins
  • Regardless of your choice and whether you place the galley on the main deck or below, guest traffic will flow easily from aft cockpit onto bridge
  • The engine room has excellent headroom and easy access to different mechanical systems

Crafted for the discerning yachtsman seeking a unique build experience and a handcrafted yacht offering speed and performance in nearly any sea condition.

The Hunt Ocean 63 is crafted for the discerning yachtsman seeking a unique build experience and a handcrafted yacht offering speed and performance in nearly any sea condition. Buyers that come to Hunt Yachts have a definitive vision of their perfect yacht. With interior wood selections of cherry, teak or mahogany there are customization options for every buyer. The Hunt Ocean 63 offers a number of versatile layouts with galley up or galley down, 3 or 4 cabins plus a crew cabin. There is no other yacht in her size or class that offers more layout options with the ability to personalize the interior.

Each Hunt Ocean 63 is a powerful statement by her owner. It is a warm extension of home that welcomes friends and family aboard. We work with world-class designers to customize the interior and carefully craft it to suit each buyer. This allows owners to experience a build process only seen at the superyacht level with a level of fit and finish not available from other builders in this class.

The Hunt Ocean 63 is purpose-built with the owner’s use and comfort in mind. With a hull designed to American Bureau of Shipping certification standards, the Hunt Ocean 63 shares the same hull design and handling characteristics of her military and North American pilot sister ships. The 20 degree transom dead rise on the deep-V hull form has been patented, popularized, and perfected by C. Raymond Hunt Design studio for ocean performance, sea kindliness and comfort.

For the days when you can’t choose the weather, choose a Hunt Ocean 63 for safety, comfort and performance. Hunt Yachts are the best performing offshore cruising yachts in the world.

  • 2021 Hunt Ocean 63
  • Year:
    2021
  • Make:

GO ANYWHERE, ANY WEATHER.

2021 Hunt Ocean 63
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Powered by twin Volvo Penta IPS 1350s, the yacht cruises at 26 knots and reaches 31 knots wide open
The Hunt Ocean 63 hull is built to American Bureau of Shipping standards with a 20 - degree transom deadrise that provides a stable ride in the roughest conditions.

Designed by the iconic C. Raymond Hunt Design studio, the Hunt Ocean 63 hull is built to American Bureau of Shipping standards with a 20 - degree transom deadrise that provides a stable ride in the roughest conditions. Powered by twin Volvo Penta IPS 1350s, the yacht cruises at 26 knots and reaches 31 knots wide open. On longer passages, you can throttle back and cruise at 10 knots, extending your range to 1,150 nautical miles.

CRUISING REFINED

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The main salon provides you, your guests, and family with a generous living space for dining, or socializing out of the elements
Unlike so many other modern yachts of its size, you'll find superior storage capacity hidden in the unobtrusive cabinetry and belowdecks.

The main salon provides you, your guests, and family with a generous living space for dining, watching a movie, or socializing out of the elements. Unlike so many other modern yachts of its size, you’ll find superior storage capacity hidden in the unobtrusive cabinetry and belowdecks. And depending on the layout you choose, you have room for four en suite cabins - or an office and a private area for reading and relaxing instead. Crew quarters are also available. The engine room has excellent headroom and easy access to different mechanical systems; the electrical system is controlled from a well-marked, central switchboard; and at the helm station, you’ll find fingertip-controls with IPS joystick docking, Humphree interceptors, and stabilization for a comfortable ride, a full suite of Garmin navigation instruments and more.

PERSONALIZE AND ENTERTAIN

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The interior of the first Ocean 63 features extensive brightwork and teak-and-holly decks chosen by its owner
As an owner, you may choose to engage with Hinckley’s preferred designers (complimentary) or y our own to arrive at an interior that uniquely reflects your style.

The interior of the first Ocean 63 features extensive brightwork and teak-and-holly decks chosen by its owner working with a curated team of interior designers and stylists. As an owner, you may choose to engage with Hinckley’s preferred designers (complimentary) or your own to arrive at an interior that uniquely reflects your style. Regardless of your choice and whether you place the galley on the main deck or below, guest traffic will flow easily from aft cockpit onto bridge or through main salon and below deck, making it possible to entertain a large party with plenty of social distance.

BACKED BY THE HINCKLEY COMPANY

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Hunt owners can now enjoy the same white glove ownership and service experience that Hinckley owners have loved for years.
In 2013, Hunt Yachts became a part of The Hinckley Company. It is a historic melding of two of the great influences, those of Henry R. Hinckley and C. Raymond Hunt, in American boatbuilding.

Hinckley has been building and servicing America’s finest yachts since 1928. Founded to build and care for the boats of the local lobstermen in Southwest Harbor, Maine, Hinckley quickly developed a reputation for unsurpassed quality and innovation. The years that followed saw the company building true classics of American yachting from the Bermuda 40 to the Picnic Boat. Each new Hinckley yacht carries with it the symbol, Talaria, which marks the swift pursuit of superior ideas. Today, Hinckley builds highly innovative, owner-driven, power and sailing yachts from 29 to 55 feet. Nine yacht care centers from Maine to Florida complete the Hinckley offering by providing service, refits, transportation and storage for a pinnacle ownership experience.

In 2013, Hunt Yachts became a part of The Hinckley Company. It is a historic melding of two of the great influences, those of Henry R. Hinckley and C. Raymond Hunt, in American boatbuilding. This relationship benefits Hunt owners by providing a rich pool of talent which informs both boatbuilding and aftermarket service. Hunt owners can now enjoy the same white glove ownership and service experience that Hinckley owners have loved for years. When the boating season ends, Hunt owners are welcomed at any of Hinckley’s six service locations from Maine to Florida for service, maintenance and hospitality. While being stored at one of Hunt’s secure, temperature-controlled storage facilities, Hunt’s team of experts will spend the off- season maintaining your Hunt in pristine condition. When you’re ready for another season on the water, your Hunt will look and perform her very best.

What they say


“The Hunt Ocean 63 is a boat designed by boaters, for boaters—particularly those looking to do long stays aboard. In my notes, I wrote, “You could stay here for a month.” With the interior volume, attention to detail, and slick and seaworthy hull, I have no doubt that you really could.”

  • Yachting Magazine

“What impresses me most about the Ocean series is how much collaboration goes into each build. The hull is designed, as it always has been, by Ray Hunt Design in Massachusetts. The boat itself is built in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. The interior is created by Martha Coolidge in Maine, and it’s serviced and given the white-glove treatment by the growing East Coast powerhouse that is Hinckley. Oftentimes, having this many chefs in the kitchen is a recipe for disaster, but in the case of the Hunt 63, it comes together just right.”

  • Power and Motoryacht

Specifications

LOA 69’ 6"
LWL 57’ 3"
BEAM 18’
DRAFT 4’ 2"
DISPLACEMENT 78,000 lbs.
FUEL CAPACITY 1150 U.S. gallons
WATER CAPACITY 300 U.S. gallons
ENGINE Volvo Penta IPS 1350
CRUISING SPEED 26 knots
TOP SPEED 31 knots
TO TOP OF FLYBRIDGE ROOF 20’-0"
TO TOP OF MAST 24’-2"
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