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2002 Vitech Raised Pilothouse

by Randy Woods

Built in 2002, this gorgeous 70’ motoryacht with a raised pilothouse by Vitech is a stylish collaboration between the designer, Brian Hollard, and a naval architect. The main salon, decked out with bamboo accents and leather wall coverings, features an L-shaped sofa and a 50” Pioneer pop-up TV. Forward of the salon, the galley/pilothouse boast Brazilian hardwood flooring, granite countertops, and a U-shaped settee. Large windows provide a 270-degree view of the outside surroundings. All galley appliances were installed in 2014, including a Subzero refrigerator/freezer, a dual-drawer Miele dishwasher, a Futura Dimension Miele electric four-burner range, and two Miele ovens.

The companionway leading to the accommodations is located on the starboard end of the pilothouse. The full-beam master stateroom is located amidships, featuring a queen-size bed and a fabric headboard, a built-in settee, white lacquer cabinetry, black and gold-flecked granite countertops, large opening ports, a “his-and-hers” head, and twin closets. The entertainment system features a TV with DVD and stereo units. The VIP stateroom in the forepeak, with a centerline queen-size bed and a built-in, black leather settee, has a large overhead hatch and private access to a day head with a granite shower. The guest stateroom, just aft of the VIP stateroom, is currently configured as an office with an L-shaped desk. However, a twin-berth Pullman arrangement can be reinstalled.

Floating stainless-steel stairs provide access to the flybridge, which features two built-in fiberglass settees and tables, a Viking BBQ, a wet bar, two Stidd helm chairs, and a fully equipped navigation station. The covered aft deck has built-in seating, a teak table, and access to the bow via side decks. Steps on both sides lead to the swim step, with a hydraulically operated transom for a dinghy garage.

Powered by twin 825-horsepower inboard Series 60 four-cylinder engines by Detroit Diesel, the Undaunted cruises at 16 knots, tops out at 19 knots, and includes a Hynautic hydraulic steering system, with ABT TRAC digital hydraulic stabilizers, Bennett electric/hydraulic trims tabs, and 10” hydraulic bow and stern thrusters that keep her pointed in the right direction.

From 2014 to the present, Undaunted underwent several upgrades, including new exterior upholstery, refinished tables, and a new dishwasher. The owners also added a second oven, new watermaker, master bath shower, custom Italian hi/lo table, and satellite TV system. 

Specs & Info
LOA 70’ · Beam 18’ · Min. Draft 4’6”
Tankage (Fuel/Fresh/Black)
1,100 gal. / 150 gal. / 150 gal.

Twin Detroit Diesel 825 HP Series 60s

Chuck Hovey Yachts, Inc.

Seattle, WA


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