Caison 67 Fishing Machine On the Drawing Board

Donnie Caison continues to define his brand by offering a complete design and build experience: His boats are designed to fish hard by someone with a deep passion for the sport. Caison’s boats are based on the classically flared cold-molded Carolina hull, yet each build is entirely unique based on the customer’s choice of length, power, electronics and amenities. With his latest project, a 67-foot sport-fisher, he continues to design and build custom yachts to the exacting specifications of his clients. This build is for a returning customer, underscoring Caison’s inspirational loyalty to those with whom he works. “The Caison 67 will maintain my traditional values of no-nonsense fishability, classic lines and modern technology,” he says, “but it’s always exciting to incorporate the customer’s input, and utilize state-of-the-art manufacturing and equipment to produce an incredible sport-fishing boat.” The Caison 67 will be powered by a pair of MTU 2,600-horsepower diesels, which should produce a cruising speed of over 40 knots. It will also sport a pair of 25-kilowatt generators, a Seakeeper 16 gyrostabilizer and a full tuna tower. The interior layout will feature a spacious salon, well-appointed galley, four staterooms and three heads. The Caison 67 is expected to splash in fall 2019.
Caison 67 On the Drawing Board
The Caison 67 will be powered by a pair of MTU 2,600-horsepower diesels, which should produce a cruising speed of over 40 knots.

Donnie Caison continues to define his brand by offering a complete design and build experience: His boats are designed to fish hard by someone with a deep passion for the sport. Caison’s boats are based on the classically flared cold-molded Carolina hull, yet each build is entirely unique based on the customer’s choice of length,…

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