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Following the launch of the 60 which demonstrated all the skills of the shipyard, a 78 footer is now being designed. High performance in a spacious and comfortable interior are coupled with a very sleek rig. Nevertheless, a small flybridge is hidden in the coachroof, grouping steering, sai, handling manœuvres and sunbathing. High-tech materials are used for construction and the engines are centered in a technical compartment for optimizing the trim. Four large cabins, including a master suite, and a large crew quarters for 3 or 4 sailors, are customizable on demand.


Builder: Ocean Quality System

Length: 23.98 m

Beam: 11.30 m

Draft: 0.80/3.20 m

Light displacement: 36 t

Upwind sail area: 337 m²

No. of cabins: 4 + 2

Water: 1,200 l

Fuel: 2 X 1,000 l

Motors: 2 x 150 HP

Price: On request




The 80 had by far the biggest freeboard of any boat at the last Cannes Yachting Festival. No less than three meters between the waterline and the rail. The bulwarks are raised for more safety and the forward cockpit is accessible from the saloon by a watertight door. This unusual freeboard height provides an interior volume never before seen on a large catamaran. The owner's cabin is arranged like a huge suite, in the entire starboard hull, with a cabin for the children at the front. The range of fully custom fittings is endless, with the galley in the nacelle or in the hulls, with the only constraints being the structural bulkheads.


Builder: Sunreef Yachts

Length: 24.20 m

Beam: 11.50 m

Draft: 2.30 m

Upwind sail area: 355 m²

Fresh water: 2 x 800 l

Fuel: 2 x 3 000 l

Motors: 2 X 225 hp

Price: On request




In the wake of the second Long Island 85 delivered this year, the same team, JFA, Marc Lombard and Frank Darnet have designed a motor catamaran for long-term cruising. As with the sailboat version, weight calculations are at the heart of the design, giving the boat transatlantic autonomy at 12 knots average with 2 x 500 hp. The deck and composite superstructures are glued to the aluminum hulls and nacelle. The layout includes a galley lounge on the deck with the flybridge housing an interior helm station with a small desk, galley area and sunbathing area aft. Of course, the legendary rigor of the JFA shipyard is included...



Builder: JFA

Length: 23.72 m

Beam: 11.17 m

Draft: 1.24 m

Light displacement: n/a

Motors: 2 X 500 hp

Fuel: 2,800 l

Motors: 2 X 480 hp

Speed cruising/max: 12/15 kts

Price: n/a




After the presentation of the MC 60 at Cannes, the shipyard which specializes in ultra-sophisticated racing models, confirms that they have arrived on the fast and high tech catamaran market with this new semi-custom project. The layout is original with a very spacious master suite opening onto a terrace. The construction comprises the best composite solutions ...

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