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The Hawk Ranger 223-foot adventure explorer yacht that goes everywhere

Imagine a yacht that can go everywhere and face any weather conditions. The Hawk Ranger is an adventure yacht with the heart of an explorer. The 223-foot yacht was designed by Hawk Yachts joining their existing fleet of comfortable cruising expedition yachts capable of facing extreme conditions. The concept 223-foot Hawk Ranger is set to change the landscape with its novel and stylish contours and sleek looks. Cost is rumoured to be reasonable, and the sea craft has six staterooms, five cabins, and an owner’s master suite.

The Hawk Ranger has an advanced engine which couples performance with fuel efficiency. The range is 6,500 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 12 knots. The top speed rises to 17 knots. The yacht is capable of traversing the Atlantic Ocean and back without having to refuel once. This unique quality makes this yacht perfect for exploring remote and uninhabited locations and is a standout feature.

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The front of the yacht has a distinctive, protruding structure designed for penetrating ice, and the super-thick Polar Class 6 hull is fully capable of breaking through 32 inches of ice with ease. Besides, there is a reinforced ice belt along the waterline. The large boiler keeps the yacht warm in arctic environments. The exterior doors all have heated seals and journeying through the icy waters doesn’t have to be a frozen nightmare! Air-conditioning keeps the yacht cool in tropical climates, and insect and pollen filters are fully integrated into the air intake system. There is also a high-temperature engine cooling system with capabilities of freshwater production.

The Hawk Ranger combines high-end luxury finishes with expert marine craftsmanship to take you on an adventure trip 52 weeks a year. All year round chartering opportunities allow owners to run the yacht as a highly profitable business. Yet, the most significant aspect of the Hawk Ranger is that you can go anywhere on the planet, exploring places rarely seen by mere mortals!