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This New 37-Foot Sportfishing Yacht Is Designed for Both Serious Angling and Casual Cruising

The speedy Vicem Tuna Masters 37 Express can hit 46 knots at full tilt, too.


  • May 28 2024
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This New 37-Foot Sportfishing Yacht Is Designed for Both Serious Angling and Casual Cruising
This New 37-Foot Sportfishing Yacht Is Designed for Both Serious Angling and Casual Cruising

Vicem Yachts has already won over traditional yachtsmen with its elegant, cold-molded mahogany cruisers. Now it’s hoping to reel in anglers, too.

The Turkish yard just unveiled the second sportfishing yacht in its new Tuna Masters series. The new 37 Express builds upon the 37 CC that premiered at the Palm Beach Boat Show in 2023 but features a new layout conducive to cruising.

“The Tuna Masters 37 CC has garnered considerable acclaim since its debut in early 2023,” the Vicem Yachts team said in a statement. “Now, we’re thrilled to introduce the Express version to the market, which we believe strikes the perfect balance between a serious sportfisher and a safe family cruiser.”

Created in partnership with Turkish designer Murat Iyriboz and U.S. outfit DLBA, the Tuna Masters can be used for serious angling and casual family outings. The two models showcase molded fiberglass exteriors, the same sleek hull, and an impressive beam of just over 12 feet. Both also deliver “exciting performance,” according to Vicem.

Vicem Tuna Masters 37 Express
The helm.Pozitif Studio

The interior is the main difference between the two: The 37 CC showcases a walkaround center console, whereas the 37 Express has more of a cruiser-style cockpit with a wraparound windscreen under the hardtop. The Express is also outfitted with a full lower cabin.

The helm is positioned front and center of the enclosed cockpit, with wraparound guest seating nestled behind. To the aft lies a triple-seater bench, two fighting chairs, a built-in bait well, and multiple pole holders. The live bait tank has an impressive capacity of 45 gallons, too.

The lower deck features a galley, a head, a rod locker, and a cabin that can be tailored to the owner. (You can opt for twin berths in a V formation or a full double V-berth if you want more space.) The fit and finish are quintessentially Vicem, with teak decking and detailed joinery throughout.

“The lower accommodation area is both versatile and exceptionally comfortable, notably featuring an impressive two-meter headroom without compromising the yacht’s sleek profile,” the team adds. “The 37 Express perfectly complements the CC version and underscores our commitment to enthusiasts who prioritize both fishing and cruising.”

As for grunt, the Express is equipped with three new Mercury 10-cylinder 350 engines instead of the standard two 350s. Vicem says the 37 Express has a top speed of 46 knots and a cruising speed of 38 knots, meaning seafarers can quickly dart to and from the fishing grounds. You can also expect a dry ride and excellent stability, according to the yard.

The first Vicem Tuna Masters 37 Express is currently in Puerto Rico.

Click here to see all the photos of the 37 Express.

Vicem Tuna Masters 37 Express
Pozitif Studio

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