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Herley Boats 3400


New Zealand-based Herley Boats, who specialize in the construction of aluminum motorboats, have launched their first powercat, available with either internal combustion or a hybrid powertrain. The latter option sounds very attractive with its two 100 kW electric motors, 60 kWh of lithium-ion batteries and a 120 kW generator: at 6 knots, you get a nice range of 1,300 miles or 700 miles at 8 knots. The maximum speed is 20 knots. (12 without the help of the generator). The forward windows, with reversed slope are perfect for maintaining good visibility and to limit the greenhouse effect. It would be great to be able to take full advantage of the foredeck with an additional pulpit. Inside, a fully equipped galley and a large main saloon open up onto a large cockpit. Each hull offers a double cabin and a bathroom. A third cabin – a single - is among the options. A 5900 version has also been announced.


Country Nouvelle Zélande
overall length 33.46ft
beam 15.42ft
displacement 14,991.42lb
Naval architect


Motors Hybrid powertrain: 2 x 100 kW
Fresh Water Tank 79 US gal (300 l)
Fuel Tank 180 US gal (680 l)

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