With sixteen boats delivered since their introduction Offshore's new 66' and 72' Pilothouse models are proven winners. These sea kindly yachts incorporate a fresh contemporary silhouette with all the function and smooth ride expected of our William Crealock designed hull.

Thoughtful details, the highest quality materials and the finest level of craftsmanship define these yachts. The magnificent 66' and 72' models provide the owner and his guest with spacious accommodations plus a stand up engine room, a crew cabin, a crew head & an optional crew galley.


72 Pilothouse

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  • 72 Pilothouse
  • 72 Pilothouse
  • 66 Pilothouse
  • 72’ Pilothouse Enclosed Fly Bridge
  • 66 & 72 Fly Bridge
  • 72 Cockpit
  • 66 & 72 Salon
  • 66 & 72 Pilothouse
  • 66 & 72 Gallery
  • 66 & 72 Master Stateroom
  • 66 & 72 Guest Head
  • 66 & 72 Crew Cabin
  • Crew Galley and Utility Room
  • 66 & 72 Engine Room

Offshore yachts


With sixteen boats delivered since their introduction Offshore's new 65' and 72' Pilothouse models are proven winners. These sea kindly yachts incorporate a fresh contemporary silhouette with all the function and smooth ride expected of our William Crealock designed hull.

Thoughtful details, the highest quality materials and the finest level of craftsmanship define these yachts. The magnificent 65' and 72' models provide the owner and his guest with spacious accommodations plus a stand up engine room, a crew cabin, a crew head & an optional crew galley.


Specification 66' Pilothouse 66' Pilothouse w/ Sport Cockpit 72' Pilothouse
Overall LENGTH 66' 6" 66' 6" 71' 8"
WATER LENGTH 58' 4" 58' 4" 63' 6"
Beam 19' 3" 19' 3" 19' 3"
PROPELLER Draft 5' 5" 5' 5" 5' 5"
KEEL PROTECTION Draft 5' 9" 5' 9" 5' 9"
EQUIPPED WEIGHT (DRY) 120,000 LBS 120,000 LBS 125,000 LBS
Fuel capacity 1,800 GAL 1,800 GAL 2,150 GAL
Water capacity 600 GAL 600 GAL 600 GAL
Holding tank capacity (200 + 40 CREW) 240 GAL 240 GAL 240 GAL
Standard generator 20 KW NORTHERN lights 20 KW NORTHERN lights 20 KW NORTHERN lights

Offshore yachts

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The Benefits of Our Hull Design

The goal of every Offshore hull design has been to achieve the ultimate in sea kindliness. Anyone who has experienced an Offshore in rough sea conditions will attest to Offshore's truly remarkable comfort, thus confirming the complete success of our goal of "ultimate sea kindliness".

The remarkable comfort of an Offshore design is attributable to several important factors.

Our finely Veed forward hull sections result in a forward entry which literally cuts through seas effectively eliminating pounding and/or slapping in head seas, regardless of their size.

The gentle and easy motion of an Offshore is the result of the overall shape of the hull bottom, a low center of gravity and the location of fixed weights at the center of buoyancy.

These significant design elements combine in every Offshore to assure the most comfortable and stable ride throughout the speed ranges in all sea conditions. Also of importance is our stabile and easy motion at anchor.

The value of a functional Deck Design

Safety and convenience are the key words in the design of every Offshore.

Secure Walk-a-round decks incorporate bulkwarks and hand rails

The boat deck overhangs provide weather protection and shade to the aft and side decks

Two tone non skid decking

Hull and transom doors

Aft deck and side deck doors accessing the main deck's interior

Our Molds make a lasting difference

Very few, if any, builders go the extent Offshore does in constructing the finest possible detailed molds. Literally hundreds of hours of long board sanding are required to get the result we demand - optically straight gel coated surfaces with a lot of detail – compare an Offshore to other boats and you'll quickly see the difference.

Scores of finely detailed molds and plugs are used in the construction of each Offshore model to assure not only solid laminated frp parts but also smooth maintenance free gel coated surfaces. We incorporate multiple detail, facet and plank lines not only to enhance appearance and make repairs easier but also to add strength – check our competitors and see how much exterior frp detail they do not have!

Our window openings are laminated into the cabin sides permanently eliminating the common problem of leaking windows. All of our exterior fiberglass surfaces, including doors & window frames, are faultlessly finished with the best quality high gloss "Cook" gel coat to guarantee years of low maintenance and attractive appearance

The Importance of the Best Fiberglass Construction


Offshore utilizes the best frp materials available including solid hand laminated "Knytex" bi & uni-directional fabric and vinylester resins below the waterline. This provides greater strength and reduced weight over conventional woven roving / mat construction. Above the water line closed cell "Core Cell" material is vacuum bagged to the same bi and uni-directional fabric using isothalic and vinylester resins. "Rock solid" and "small ship", are terms we hear from our owners attesting to the substantial feel of our boats that comes as a result of our construction.

Lamination techniques

All Offshores are hand laminated by experienced and skilled workers to ABS specifications. Below the waterline Offshore's solid hand laminate achieves maximum strength and maximum osmosis protection while providing the best compression strength for the installation of running gear, "V" struts, stabilizers and all through the hull bottom fittings.

Above the waterline vacuum bagging assures the best saturation and adhesion of our "Core Cell" sandwich material and eliminates excessive resin. "Core Cell" is a closed cell foam polymer based foam rather than the PVC based foams often used by other builders. "Core Cell" will not absorb water and combines stiffness and impact strength with excellent resistance to heat distortion


The use of the best materials and the latest techniques requires the highest degree of workmanship to achieve the quality that Offshore demands. In addition to being thoroughly experienced and highly skilled, our fiberglass technicians are extremely responsible and diligent in their work. They attain and maintain the highest standards by continually monitoring humidity, temperature, environment, resin content and the proper function of equipment.

Lift their exterior hatches and open exterior doors and see how many builders go to the trouble to finish the interior of these pieces with smooth gel coated surfaces.


Every Offshore structure is designed to meet ABS requirements.

All our hulls are one integral laminated component.

The main deck and cabin is one laminated component which is laminated to the hull.

The boat deck, fly bridge and pilothouse roof is one fiberglass component which is laminated to the cabin structure.

When these three individual modules are laminated together an extremely strong, rigid and water tight uni-structure is formed that meets or exceeds ABS requirements.

Four massive full length stringers and multiple thwartship frames are laminated and bonded in the hull to minimize panel size and achieve incredible hull strength.

In our 66' through 90' models heavy laminates at the bow form a watertight compartmentalization of the bow area creating a "crash bulkhead".

Our bilge areas are divided into four sections to further increase water tight integrity. Each section has it's own automatic bilge pump and all can be made common by gate valves in each section.

Massive main bulkheads consist of multiple layers of balsa cored fiberglass and each are insulated with multiple insulation materials designed for each bulkhead's sound requirements.

Engineered insulation at engine room overhead & bulkheads and master stateroom bulkheads utilize multiple layers of varying types of sound deadening/sound absorbing materials to minimize engine noise and to also insure maximum privacy.

Incorporated in the hulls construction are two heavily laminated rub rails that are structural components of the hull. The substantial rub rails, capped with solid stainless steel, increase the strength of the hull sides & protect the hull when coming alongside a piling or dock. Other builders often times use a "bolt on" type of rub rail which is not as substantial as ours and does not offer the same hull protection.

The joint between cabin sides and overhead is bonded with frp and finished in gel coat, not caulking, caulking is typical in the industry.


Details do make a difference, both as an indicator of quality and as an indicator of potential resale value – and we do have a reputation for quality and very high resale value. The closer you look at an Offshore the more you'll appreciate Offshore's quality and scrupulous attention to detail.


A yacht’s hull design will determine:

  • a. if it will have a soft comfortable entry in head seas
  • b. if it will have a gentle easy motion in a sea way
  • c. if it will be stable with a gentle easy motion while at anchor
  • d. if it will have sufficient speed to out run bad weather
  • e. if it will have a “dry” ride with proper water deflection
  • f. if it will be fuel efficient at cruise speeds

Each of these factors were the primary goals in William Crealock’s designs for Offshore Yachts. To successfully achieve these goals Mr. Crealock chose a semi displacement design that combines the best features of planing hulls and displacement hulls.


Planing hulls typically have a low to moderate amount of "V" or deadrise at the bow decreasing to a nearly flat bottom at the transom and are hard chined, meaning the hull sides meet the bottom near the water line at a sharp angle with no radius. A planing hull runs on top of the water rather than through it so is capable of high speeds depending on sea conditions.

Due to their relatively flat bottom shape they are subject to pounding or slapping in choppy and rough seas. Planing hulls are typically the least comfortable underway and at anchor of the three basic hull designs. The main advantage of a planing hull is the higher speeds it is capable of achieving when sea conditions permit.


Displacement hulls typically have deep drafts and rounded hull forms which require stabilizers and/or paravanes to decrease their roll and increase comfort. Weight is not critical so displacement designs are characteristically heavy and are not capable of planing. Top speed on a displacement hull is approximately 10 knots for 45’ to 65’ boats. They are limited to their “hull speed” which means that regardless of horsepower the yacht can never go above its designed hull speed based on its water line length.

A displacement hull’s efficient cruising speed is normally 6 to 8 knots and can achieve that speed with relatively little horsepower. The main advantages of the displacement hull are its fuel efficiency at low cruise speeds and its smooth ride accomplished by is deep hull and weight. These design characteristics are best suited for long offshore passages at low speeds.


Semi-displacement hull designs have finely “Veed” forward sections or deadrise which gradually decreases to a moderate “Vee” at the transom, and a hard, or sometimes slightly radiused, chine. A semi-displacement hull combines the planing capability of the planing hull and the soft ride and low speed cruising speed efficiency of the displacement hull.

The Semi-displacement hull design is arguably the best of both worlds offering speed when needed and a comfortable motion in a sea way without the roll of a displacement design. Typically most semi-displacement vessels do not cross oceans but have the range and capability to do so.























William Crealock's semi-displacement designs for Offshore Yachts incorporate a deeply "Veed" forward section with the optimum degree of the quarter buttock line to assure what has become Offshore's maxim, "the softest ride on the water". An Offshore's deeply "Veed" bow combined with the ideal weight and strength of her construction to ABS standards, the location of fixed weights and liquid weights low in the hull and at the center of buoyancy produces the most comfortable ride possible - NO SLAPPING, NO POUNDING, AND A GENTLE EASY MOTION UNDERWAY AND AT ANCHOR.

Deasler Contacts

Offshoreyachts PH 619.688.0574 X 3
Offshore West, Newport Beach, CA

Ph: 949-673-5401
Luke Brown Yachts, Fort Lauderdale, FL

Ph: 954-525-6617
Cell: 954-224-4572
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