Cazador yacht is one of the latest projects from naval architect Ed Monk Jr. and Tim Nolan Marine Design. Nordlund 115 Expedition took about eight months to be completed and it was now delivered.
Among the most relevant features of this vessel, we have one fully-specced sportfishing cockpit which includes bait tanks, custom rod lockers and tackle storage. On the outside, we can also find an aft settee, casual dining set up to fit up to eight guests and an ice maker and day head. Perfect elements for an al fresco relaxing experience.
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Moving inside we can be smitten by the main deck saloon’s three sofas and pull-up chairs with enough space for 13 people. Not to mention the fact that the guests can watch a movie on this space on either of the three 65-inch screens.
She is also fit to accommodate up to eight guests split across four cabins. Of those four cabins, we can count with a main deck master suite, which includes en suites (for men and women), as well as some walk-in wardrobes and (yet another) 65-inch television.
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Cazador has been delivered only just and yet it has already generated some interesting waves: She’s currently the second-largest Nordlund yacht to date (the first being 36.88 metre Southern Way III). She’s even equipped with a pair of 3,200hp Caterpillar engines which allow a cruising range of 3,000 nautical miles at 14 knots.