True North 38 Launched in Bermuda


The new True North 38 Titania was recently delivered to Bermuda. With its custom interior and updated seating plan Titania represents the next generation of elegant day boat design.

tn38_interior_bench-seatWith so much to see during day trips in the waters of Bermuda, the owner chose to fully optimize the on-deck seating area for guests. Luxury bench seating was added to starboard inside the cabin house. This seating area communicates directly with both the helmsman and those in the cockpit. It also faces directly toward the oversize windows to port. Under-seat storage provides a convenient place for guests to store their personal items while under way.

Additional single seats were added under the cabin house, both port and starboard, with the option to sit facing aft or in. With the canvas on, these seats are fully protected from the elements. With the canvas removed, they ‘re part of the cockpit area. Versatile and comfortable, we predict these will be the best seats in the house.

tn38_interior_aftThe galley was moved below (see story, “Galley Up or Down”on our news page) and includes the essentials for short-trip meal preparation: refrigerator, microwave, double sink, and storage. The forward cabin includes a full head and comfortable v-berth.

The cockpit, with its modular seating and double table arrangement, remains the star of the show. After dining, you can remove the tables for full cockpit access. Opening the transom doors transforms the swim platform into a “private beach” with direct water access for swimming, paddle boarding, or any watersports activity you can imagine.

tables_tn38“We work hard to meet the special requests of our owners,” says Randy Borges, president of USWatercraft (builder of True North Yachts). “With our experienced in-house engineering team and build-to-order production cycle, we have more flexibility than other builders. Titania is the perfect example of how we work with you to create the perfect boat for your yachting style.”


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