Thanks to collaboration between Victory Design Studio, (AYT), Advanced Yacht Technology and Ferretti’s design and Naval Research Centre, this desire is now embodied by a craft that reinterprets New England lobster boats with an Italian touch. 

With this boat, Mochi Craft presents an exclusive sky lounge that offers passengers the opportunity to relax on a terrace over the sea. The flybridge, easily accessible with a wooden and steel stairway from the cockpit, is in fact a salon where the owner can pilot the boat in the company of guests.



The captain’s seat integrates perfectly into the surroundings, and is situated behind the grill and fridge unit. Enjoying both sun and sailing is made more convenient by a large U-shaped divan that can be shaded with a bimini, while further aft is a comfy sunpad for true sunbathing luxury.

In true Mochi Craft style, the Dolphin 64’ Fly also makes an impression with its rounded, harmonious hull shape. The use of fine woods and leather, and the sophisticated design of the details like the solid, natural finish teak gunwales and handrails. Reaching an ultimate expression in the masterly craft work of the bitts, milled from a single block of steel and featuring an engraved dolphin.


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As is traditional for this style of boat, originally developed in Maine to catch lobsters, the cockpit is very spacious and is fitted with a comfortable bench divan astern and a small corner sofa, creating a real outdoor lounge that can also shaded with a canopy. The garage, with electro-hydraulic opening, is below the cockpit and houses a ready-inflated tender.

A glass sliding door and pivoting window allow plenty of light to enter and optimise space. They also separate the cockpit from the dinette, where there are two large, symmetrical corner sofas. The starboard sofa provides seating for the dining table. The kitchen is located portside, towards the bow, and boasts every amenities: large fridge, combined microwave oven and dishwasher. 


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The helm station is to starboard, with a tip-up two-seater leather chair providing access to all the yacht controls.
The lower deck layout comprises three cabins and three bathrooms. The master suite offers a complete range of comforts and, thanks to its position at the centre of the boat, guarantees extreme stability, even when the boat is moored at sea.

The suite also has a sumptuous 5 square metre bathroom divided into 3 areas to offer maximum privacy and convenience.
A large VIP cabin in the bows and another double cabin in the centre of the boat complete the suites. The VIP cabin is provided with light and air by the porthole positioned above the large double bed, and by two large windows on both sides that brush the surface of the sea, offering direct contact with the sea’s changing moods. The bed is raised, making room for four large drawers underneath.

The port and starboard walls are fitted with numerous cupboards and two wardrobes. Guests in the VIP cabin have their own large, welcoming bathroom, with WC and a shower.


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93,476 lbs

Fresh Water

262 gal

Number of Engines


High Velocity

30 Knots



Text: Enrique Rosas ± Photo: Cortesía Mochi Craft