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Expertise in the lagoon
- Infusion-modeling for increased weight savings (significant for catamarans), an optimal structure, and greater security for the environment and shipbuilders.
- Interior woodwork in reconstituted Alpi ® wood, a sustainable source
- Vertical glazing for improved protection against sunshine and maximum space and headroom.
- Gull-wing bridge deck for comfort in the rough seas
- A wide variety of configurations including 2, 3, or 4 cabins
- Design of VPLP: efficiency under sail guaranteed
External: comfort and protection
- The deck’s quick, efficient layout enables control of the steering station’s essential maneuvers and fast and safe boarding.
- Big side decks with recessed deck hatches.
- The cockpit is well secured, with a wide passage to the rear, a dining table to the port, and a starboard settee—direct access to the steering station from the cockpit and the deck.
Rigging: efficiency and user-friendliness
The decision to locate the further mast aft comes directly from the racing experience of the designers and has many advantages for the sailing catamaran:
- A complete forward triangle makes a larger option of foresails: a promise of excellent results.
- The shorter boom makes it much easier for the mainsail to navigate
- The mainsail, which is comparatively narrower and higher, benefits from better winds at the tip, thereby improving sailing experience.
- By re-centering the weight, pitching is significantly decreased.
Interior: inventiveness and beauty …
- The cabins have incomparable natural light thanks to the fixed hull windows, along with excellent ventilation because the deck hatches and portholes open to the hull.
- The saloon contains a large dining area forward to the starboard, a chart table with a navigation electronics panel, and a small desk with a flap. In the dock’s back, the L-shaped galley directly accesses the cockpit for improved usability and friendliness.
- A significant innovation is the possibility of a two luxury cabin owner version, a king-size bed, a desk, a sofa, a large hanging locker, and a large bathroom in front of each hull.
|Architects||Van Peteghem-Lauriot Prévost|
|Interior design||Nauta Design|
|Length over all||11,74 m / 38’6”|
|Beam||6,79 m / 22’3’’|
|Draft||1,21 m / 4’|
|Mast clearance||18,4 m / 60’4’’|
|Light displacement (EEC)||11,673 t / 25739 Lbs|
|Sail area||70 m² / 753 sq.ft.|
|Full-batten mainsail||38 m² / 409 sq.ft.|
|Square top mainsail (opt.)||44 m² / 473 sq.ft.|
|Self tacking jib||32 m² / 344 sq.ft.|
|Code 0 (opt.)||68 m² / 732 sq.ft.|
|Engine (std)||2 x 29 cv YANMAR 3YM30 / 2 x 29 HP YANMAR 3YM30|
|Fuel capacity||2 x 200 l / 2 x 53 US gal|
|Fresh water capacity||300 l / 79 US gal|
|No. Of berths||4 to 12|
|EC certification||A : 10 ; B : 12 ; C : 16 ; D : 20|
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