Enjoy the ultimate tender for your Superyacht with this 47 foot Intrepid 475 Panacea. The Intrepid 475 Panacea combines a sure-footed, wave-crushing cruising experience with luxurious overnight accommodations. Equipped with 4 Seven Marine 557 Outboards you can be sure that this center console will be able to handle Haulover Inlet with ease! Seven Marine outboards are considered the most advanced outboard engines ever made, in addition to the power and technology to crush the competition they look great too with customizable colors and LED lighting.
This outboard and boat combo can exceed 75mph!
This listing is from United Yacht Sales right here in Miami, Florida!
Beautiful Custom Built 2015 475 Panacea. Known for it’s solid ride with it’s Deep V Traverse Stepped Hull. The 475 is comfortable yet elegant with custom creature comforts giving you the best amenities.
At the helm, you will find state-of-the-art electronics to keep you in command on the longest of journeys but also provide some serious functionality while entertaining on anchor. The comfortable helm seats have fold-down armrests, footrests, LED lighting throughout. Below deck you have an air conditioned roomy well-appointed cabin. There is a queen V-Berth bed forward that electrically actuates to a dining table. Corian countertops throughout, dimmer switches on all lights, ample storage, spacious private head with shower. The galley offers refrigeration, sink, and microwave.
The versatile bow area has an oversized sun pad and a wraparound forward seating creating a VIP lounge that converts to an alfresco dining area.
The Intrepid 475 Panacea is the ultimate Superyacht tender with a custom tow bracket, diesel generator, bow thruster, no bottom paint and the highest quality Mega Center Console on the market with engine warranty thru July 2020.
Seven Marine Outboards
Rated at 557hp Seven Marine’s 557 is the one of the world’s most powerful outboards. This beast of an engine is based on a supercharged, 6.2-liter, aluminum LSA V-8 sourced from Cadillac. The Seven Marine outboards are equipped with a closed cooling system, a key feature in the fight against corrosion.
The horizontal powerhead turns the drivetrain 90 degrees through a ZF Marine electronic transmission, a derivative of the gearbox used in ZF’s pod drives. The 557 can be had with gear ratios ranging from 1.4:1 to 2.1:1.
The beefy, twin-pinion lower unit accommodates propellers up to 18 inches in diameter, ensuring delivery of the engine’s 550 foot-pounds of torque. The 557 also features dual exhaust outlets; at low speeds, exhaust gases exit through ports above water. As speed increases, this transitions to a through-hub exhaust. There are also dual water inlets. The 557’s 150-amp alternator surpasses the output of any other outboard. Integral power-assist steering, co-developed with Latham Marine, helps rein in the torque. The 1,045-pound 557 weighs 282 pounds more than Yamaha’s 763-pound F350 V-8. The 557’s power-to-weight ratio is 0.53 — 15 percent more than that of Yamaha’s and equivalent to Mercury Racing’s Verado 350 SCi. It’s 7 percent lower than that of Evinrude’s E-TEC 300.
Some information from this Article from Boating Magazine
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