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Titan 62 Luxury Yacht:
From the minute you step on board … you’ll see … you’ll experience … you’ll appreciate the design and detail of comfort and luxury. Striking design, sleek lines, and state of the art equipment accompany this Yacht. The Titan 62 includes, 42” plasma screen, Bose Surround sound system, Custom Cabinets, Zone Climate Control systems and much more.

You will be the first ones out to sea when cruising along with Twin 1675hp Caterpillar engines. Titan Yachts are designed for the most enjoyable sport fishing experience. State of the art marine electronics, Release marine fighting chair, And 41’ Rupp tournament outriggers are just a couple of the reasons why Titan is a step above the rest.

The construction of the Titan 62 is Cold Molded. This being layers of Okume plywood and fiberglass with West System epoxy over custom CNC cut jigs. This process allows for a strong, light weight boat that feels, and sounds, solid as she negotiates any harsh conditions.

The Titan 62 was arranged and designed in coordination with Darren Roop an associate with SHOREBREAK, LLC. She was designed to accommodate the high speeds anticipated for the boat, brought about by two Caterpillar C32 1650 hp engines. Her chine geometry follows this purpose, along with lifting strakes to increase stability and comfort at speeds over 40 knots. An aggressive deadrise at midships (impact region) segues to 11.5 degrees at the transom to achieve the appropriate running trim angle. The transverse shape forward is designed to minimize spray and help "punch" into a nasty head sea while maintaining control and speed. Deadrise forward also aids in the boat's handling of head seas, while the chine tapers aft to provide good performance in following seas.

To minimize hull drag, several things where considered. A sea chest with an inlet flush to the hull bottom is used instead of a protruding strainer. Also, a shaft tube replaces the use of an intermediate strut. Where possible, items such as transducers, shaft strut palms, and rudder ports are all recessed into the hull.

The running gear consist of all nickel plated rudder bearings and steering arms. The shafts are 14' 6" long and 3" in diameter. The props are 33/48 5-blade nibral. And the struts are a custom mold from Southeastern Foundries. After all running gear, the draft will be approx. 4'9".

Overall, the Titan 62 was designed to move fast through an uncompromising sea, with a ride quality paramount to all other sportsfishing yachts with an equally elegant dockside appearance.

Dry Weight (appox)
66,500 lbs
Fuel capacity
1500 gal
C32’s Twin Caterpillar (Maximum HP)
1675hp (ea)
Genset (Caterpillar)


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